Dream: The King and Queen of Hearts LUCID *sexual*

Warning: This dream has some graphic gay sex in it.  If that would make you uncomfortable, is unlawful in your state, or you are a minor, please don’t scroll down.

Dream 20030212, 5:30 AM:
I am walking into a room, it seems like I’m at the back of an area with stadium-style bleachers which lead down to either a field or a body of water; I really can’t tell what’s at the front of the space, except that it doesn’t seem to be any sort of event, just a large flat open space. 

I walk down the stairs, and close to the front in the center there is a woman there who acts like she and I are supposed to carry out some sort of liaison there on the benches; I realize that she is the Queen, and although she is very beautiful I’m not interested.  She is lying back on the bench, looking alluringly at me, and I just don’t feel it.  She gets frustrated, and then seems angry, but it’s not like she’s angry because I’m rejecting her, it’s like it’s disrupting a plan or something.  She starts writing a note on a large white bed pillow; it says something about “The Queen of Hearts.” 

Then, I’m at the back of the room again, walking along behind a handsome and commanding blond man.  He is the King of Hearts.  We are walking toward the front of the room; I can see the Queen sitting on the bleachers still, surrounded by people.  The man has an odd piece of flesh behind his left ear; it’s probably an eighth of an inch thick, two and a half inches wide and almost four inches long from top to bottom, and looks like one half of a Valentine heart, like it’s just tacked on behind his ear, but it’s obviously part of him.  I reach out and touch it, and he says something about how I shouldn’t touch it, it’s the Mark of the King, and no-one should lay hands on it.  At first, I’m walking along and he is in front of me; then, without any noticeable change, I look back and he is behind me.  He is naked now, and it seems like he is at quite a distance; my image of him is like he is twenty or thirty feet away. 

The dream takes sort of a horny turn at this point.  The King of Hearts and I are walking through a building that sort of reminds me of a school or a library.  There are couches and benches around the walls, and lots of windows.  Some of the windows are higher up, with a brick wall below.  We are looking for a location to have sex.  I don’t remember negotiating or discussing this, it just seemed to happen.  We stop at an area of big flat couches, and sort of settle onto one, and he leans over and starts opening the big glass windows right next to it.  I try to explain that it’s not OK to do this right there where everyone can see, and he tells me that it’s a shame that we can’t do it next to the open window so that the air can come in and we can hear and see the outside world. 

Then, there is a weird blurry segment.  It seems almost like I wake up for a little bit.  Then, I am in a room, it seems almost like I’m hiding in a small storage closet.  I’ve got this blue gelly thing that is some sort of masturbation device, and I’m stroking it on my dick.  There is a man in the room, he seems kind of creepy, but in a geeky way, not a threatening one.  He wants the masturbation device, and he asks for it through the door, but I don’t want to give it to him. He calls it a lava-something, I forget the exact name.  I keep telling him to go away.

I gain a degree of lucidity; not full-blown, but an awareness that this is a dream. I know that I really don’t want to be jacking off in the dream… I open the storage closet door and walk out of it, and down a hallway to the area with the couches. There is a cute little hunky blond guy here, and I sort of knock him down, not forcing him, but just being kind of rough; he seems to enjoy it, and doesn’t fight me. I pull down his pants, it looks like he’s wearing white painter’s coveralls, and push my cock into his ass. He grunts and squirms, and I recall very clearly the image of my cock sliding in and out. I say aloud, but mostly to myself, “God, I love banging ass.” He looks back, and asks if I’m using a condom; rather than argue even though I know it’s a dream, I grab one from the couch (we’ve moved to the floor somehow) and in one movement, pull my cock out, slip the rubber on it, and stick it back in.

I woke up, needless to say, with a hard on.

8 comments to Dream: The King and Queen of Hearts LUCID *sexual*

  • Hey hey =)

    I enjoy reading your dreams. You seem to have a lot of lucid ones. I wish I had more lucid ones.

    Anyway, I did run across this site:

    http://www.freakydreams.com/freaky.htm

    Where you can paste the text of your dream into it and it will output an “interpretation” of the different elements (words) in the dream. It’s pretty universal, I prefer personal symbolism but it’s kinda fun to see what it says. I pasted your dream in there and got things like:

    Words like queen: Royalty. Noble aspect of femininity. Ready to express some power.
    Words like pillow: Rest. Conform. Looking for more intimacy with your partner.
    Words like hearts: Loss of love or security. Need for someone to care for you.
    Words like blond: Glamour. Artifice. Frivolity.
    Words like king: Noble aspect of masculinity. Good fortune. Power. Rebellion in own home.
    Words like naked: Public display. Exposed. Vulnerable. Loss of ambitions.
    Words like cock: A dream about hearing a cock crow means great prosperity and good news. Cocks fighting means family quarrels and unexpected sorrow.
    (It’s a shame they only have THAT kind of “cock”. I mean it’s DREAM interpretation, nothing should be off limits.)

  • Dream Symbols

    Thanks for the link! I’m glad you enjoy the dreams. I’ve done a lot of work “getting to lucid,” but still can’t get there as often as I’d like. I too prefer the “personalized” versions of dream symbolism, and I think that sometimes, “A cigar is only a cigar!” (re: sex in lucid dreams – I think it’s more sex, and less symbol, than non-lucid dream sex)

    I wish the dream dictionaries had more on the non-crowing variety of cock; it’s certainly something that shows up a lot in dreams. I checked the site, and it responds to “penis” with “Male Sexuality, copulation, power, need to express some power.” It didn’t respond to “phallus,” or “schlong.” If you type in “ass,” it gives you the “donkey” version – : “Simplicity and sturdiness. Success in your undertakings, whether of travel or love. Surround by loyal friends.”

    I guess if a clinical psychologist writes down your dreams in precise medical terminology, it’d be good… but I don’t know anyone who records their sexy dreams in terms that… dry.

    Wish I could remember more of this morning’s dream – it had to do with driving some sort of a mobile house (not a motor home, but like my real house, on wheels) around, and there was a snake in the bathroom, coiled on the counter, looking like a rattle snake but all in shades of green and orange. Maybe it’s one of those phallic symbols??

  • Re: Dream Symbols

    Thanks for the link!

    You’re welcome =)

    I’ve done a lot of work “getting to lucid,” but still can’t get there as often as I’d like.

    Do you have any particular methods? I have read of a method where one uses a watch with an alarm. They set the alarm for every 15 minutes. Everytime the alarm goes off, during the day, they stop and ask themselves “Am I dreaming?”. It’s a sort of conditioning. Then while dreaming, when they hear that, they are likely to stop and ask themselves that question, and then will be able to recognize that it is a dream. Another method my British friend once told me he was going to try… was to hang up a sign above the bed with that question written on it. Everytime he looks at it, he’ll answer the question. Then hopefully, the conditioning will carry through when he’s sleeping.

    I too prefer the “personalized” versions of dream symbolism, and I think that sometimes, “A cigar is only a cigar!” (re: sex in lucid dreams – I think it’s more sex, and less symbol, than non-lucid dream sex)

    Yes I agree.

    I wish the dream dictionaries had more on the non-crowing variety of cock; it’s certainly something that shows up a lot in dreams.

    Hey, I’ve found the dream dict at http://www.dreamdoctor.com/dictionary/ to be better than most. It’s certainly not the largest of dictionaries, but in my opinion it’s one of the best on the internet, judging from my own dreams and what the symbols turned out to mean; this site seems to agree with my own interps.

    I once had one of my dreams interpretted at http://www.thedreamzone.com for free. They liked my nightmare so much that they published it for free in their halloween edition. Apparently, they’ve got a newspaper column in some newspapers across the nation. I still have it somewhere, it was pretty gruesome. If I can find it I’ll post it.

    I checked the site, and it responds to “penis” with “Male Sexuality, copulation, power, need to express some power.” It didn’t respond to “phallus,” or “schlong.”

    lol

    If you type in “ass,” it gives you the “donkey” version – : “Simplicity and sturdiness. Success in your undertakings, whether of travel or love. Surround by loyal friends.”

    Yeah I noticed that. I think that’s just stupid. I mean they are essentially marking “dirty” meanings off limits and as a result, not including them. But if you want real, honest and disclosing dream interpretations, you can’t very well designate some items as taboo. If you do, what good ARE you? Ya know? As far as interping dreams, yer no damn good if you shy away from things that make you uncomfy.

    I guess if a clinical psychologist writes down your dreams in precise medical terminology, it’d be good… but I don’t know anyone who records their sexy dreams in terms that… dry.

    I hear you. Are you aware of the Aisling method? http://www.avcweb.com/dreams/tutorial.htm

    Wish I could remember more of this morning’s dream – it had to do with driving some sort of a mobile house (not a motor home, but like my real house, on wheels) around, and there was a snake in the bathroom, coiled on the counter, looking like a rattle snake but all in shades of green and orange. Maybe it’s one of those phallic symbols??

    Could be. In my own dreams, bathroom settings seem to always reflect some kind of bodily function. Usually peeing or pooping. Like… every now and then I’ll have the same dream: of being in a girl’s bathroom where there are showers and stalls. Well, all the toilet paper is covered in feces… and I never feel “clean” in there. I never do end up getting in there to shower. Just feels too dirty. Sometimes when I wake up from this dream, I have to use the bathroom. Haha…

    Look forward to reading more of your dreams,
    Polly, the dream fiend

  • Re: Dream Symbols

    I have a variety of methods that I use for lucidity… I have a Nova Dreamer mask that I use occasionally (it seems to lose its efficacy if used all the time), I listen to a CD that has lucid dream suggestions, I study my dreams, spend time in near-sleep-land working on it… there was a time last Fall right after Chris gave me the Nova Dreamer for my Bday, that I went to a frequency of 4 or 5 lucid dreams per week. Now, I’m back down a ways, usually one, maybe two, depends on the week, my sleep schedule, my work load, etc. My most frequent spontaneous lucid dreams come when I recognize that I’m using my Special Dream Powers – like flying or grasping things with telekinesis… then I realize, “Hey, Dream Powers mean that I’m dreaming!”

    In my own dreams, bathroom settings seem to always reflect some kind of bodily function. Usually peeing or pooping.

    I have a genetic condition that makes me react very… umm… dramatically… to any trace of wheat, barley, rye, or oats… I went through a couple of years of gastrointestinal hell figuring out what was wrong. I had *lots* of dreams about it… and then once I found out what it was, I had dreams about forbidden foods, usually not realizing that I was dreaming and could eat them, but rather working out the social, physical, and emotional aspects of a highly restrictive diet. I still do from time to time, but less now than it was a year ago.

    I haven’t seen the Aisling Method… I’m going to check that one out. I’ve read lots of books on the subject, but that’s a name that’s not familiar to me. I tend to use a mostly Gestalt / Jungian analytical technique, with a little bit of a mystical bent. I don’t agree with the folks who say that every dream is a message from the Great Beyond, but I also don’t agree with the folks who say that none of them are. I think some are from the Great Beyond, some from the Great Inside, and some are just the brain playing solitaire…

  • Re: Dream Symbols

    I have a variety of methods that I use for lucidity… I have a Nova Dreamer mask that I use occasionally (it seems to lose its efficacy if used all the time), I listen to a CD that has lucid dream suggestions, I study my dreams, spend time in near-sleep-land working on it… there was a time last Fall right after Chris gave me the Nova Dreamer for my Bday, that I went to a frequency of 4 or 5 lucid dreams per week. Now, I’m back down a ways, usually one, maybe two, depends on the week, my sleep schedule, my work load, etc. My most frequent spontaneous lucid dreams come when I recognize that I’m using my Special Dream Powers – like flying or grasping things with telekinesis… then I realize, “Hey, Dream Powers mean that I’m dreaming!”

    Hey I think I’ve seen the Nova Dream mask in a book. Does it flash light? It was in a book called “Our Dreaming Mind” which covered just about everything. Freud, Jung, ancient and modern dreams. It also had suggested techniques for lucid dreaming. I particularly enjoyed the sections on how other cultures in other eras in history have viewed dreams. One of my favorite quotes from the book is.. “to go to sleep here, is to wake up there”. I left the book with my dad in North Carolina because he likes to talk about and try to figure out dreams. He has some wierd and fascinating dreams. A lot of it we concluded was from his abusive childhood. {He and his siblings had it pretty bad, his dad even shot at him once. As a result, he was very passive about bringing up me and my sister… he doesn’t believe in spanking a child and we were pretty much spoiled rotten =)}

    I have a genetic condition that makes me react very… umm… dramatically… to any trace of wheat, barley, rye, or oats… I went through a couple of years of gastrointestinal hell figuring out what was wrong. I had *lots* of dreams about it… and then once I found out what it was, I had dreams about forbidden foods, usually not realizing that I was dreaming and could eat them, but rather working out the social, physical, and emotional aspects of a highly restrictive diet. I still do from time to time, but less now than it was a year ago.

    I think it’s fascinating how our dreams evolve. I used to constantly have dreams of someone trying to murder me. Once I stopped running, and fought back and kicked ass, I stopped having those dreams. That’s a sign of confidence and I think it reflects how I went from one stage to a more confident, mature stage. The most wonderful dreams I have had involved being under water and being able to breathe. I’ve had a few lucid flying dreams that were pretty awesome. I’d be walking and for some reason become lucid, and decide to fly.

    I haven’t seen the Aisling Method… I’m going to check that one out. I’ve read lots of books on the subject, but that’s a name that’s not familiar to me.

    I forgot the guy’s name, and honestly I don’t know if he’s using a method HE came up with or if his tutorial is utilizing a method that already existed.

    I tend to use a mostly Gestalt / Jungian analytical technique, with a little bit of a mystical bent. I don’t agree with the folks who say that every dream is a message from the Great Beyond, but I also don’t agree with the folks who say that none of them are. I think some are from the Great Beyond, some from the Great Inside, and some are just the brain playing solitaire…

    I agree. I’ve ran into people who say that “dreams don’t mean anything” and think that talking about them or sharing them is pretty useless. I do not agree with that. Of course they can mean something. How can anyone say that they can’t, when a lot of our dreams have to do with daily activities (we may dream of what happened yesterday) or when they expose our fears (like being naked in public can mean one is feeling unprepared or having anxiety about performance etc. etc. etc.) so yeah I don’t buy the idea that they NEVER mean anything.

    I like your phrase “brain playing solitaire”. Haha… so true. Sometimes it just tosses up random images…

  • Nova Dreamer, etc.

    The Nova Dreamer is a cool tool… it watches your eyes for REM movement, then when you’re clearly dreaming, it flashes its little red diodes a pre-set number of times. It can beep, too, but that wakes me up. The ideal is to have a clue intense enough for you to recognize, but not intense enough to wake you. To the dreaming mind, this sometimes becomes incorporated (like seeing a siren, or your room lights flickering repeatedly) and other times just shows up as itself (flashes of red light)… I more often get the non-incorporated version, or something deeply disguised that I can’t recognize. There are a lot of entries back in September and November that have ND on the subjects – those are ones where I was using the Nova Dreamer. Nowadays I sometimes use it and forget to list it.

    http://www.lucidity.com/novadreamer.html

    I’ve had some excellent results with it. Once you get accustomed to the feeling of being lucid, it becomes easier and easier to attain, whether with or without the mask.

    I have “Our Dreaming Mind” by Robert Van de Castle – haven’t read that one yet. I got it at the 75% off books store – I’ve also seen it at Half Price Books. I’ve got dozens of dream books; when I get fascinated on a subject, I study and read all I can get my hands on, and fill up a new book shelf. I think the ones that I’ve found the most “aha” content with so far, are Patricia Garfield, and Robert Moss… I’m still exploring new ones, tho!

    I checked out the Aisling Method – he’s mostly using the same Gestalt / Jungian method that I’ve seen in lots of other sources, but adding in a little more mystical and Fruedian information than I really like. I don’t think that all of his numerological references are quite right – I think that numerology is often a cultured thing; if you grow up believing in a particular system, it works in your dreams and your life, but if someone comes along from the outside and applies it, it doesn’t have as much relevance. Overall, I like his analyses; there were only a few of them that made me scrunch my nose up and say, “huh?”

    Say hello to the Moon for me…
    Michael

  • Re: Nova Dreamer, etc.

    The Nova Dreamer is a cool tool… it watches your eyes for REM movement, then when you’re clearly dreaming, it flashes its little red diodes a pre-set number of times.

    Yes, that sounds like what was in that book.

    Thanks for the link.. I want one!

    I’ve had some excellent results with it. Once you get accustomed to the feeling of being lucid, it becomes easier and easier to attain, whether with or without the mask.

    Awesome.

    I have “Our Dreaming Mind” by Robert Van de Castle – haven’t read that one yet. I got it at the 75% off books store – I’ve also seen it at Half Price Books. I’ve got dozens of dream books; when I get fascinated on a subject, I study and read all I can get my hands on, and fill up a new book shelf. I think the ones that I’ve found the most “aha” content with so far, are Patricia Garfield, and Robert Moss… I’m still exploring new ones, tho!

    I need some more dream books.

    I checked out the Aisling Method – he’s mostly using the same Gestalt / Jungian method that I’ve seen in lots of other sources, but adding in a little more mystical and Fruedian information than I really like. I don’t think that all of his numerological references are quite right – I think that numerology is often a cultured thing; if you grow up believing in a particular system, it works in your dreams and your life, but if someone comes along from the outside and applies it, it doesn’t have as much relevance. Overall, I like his analyses; there were only a few of them that made me scrunch my nose up and say, “huh?”

    I agree with you, especially about the numerology. I don’t even click on the numerology part, for the exact reasons you have indicated.

    I had a really bad nightmare last night… it was a doozy. I woke up feeling awful from it. It wasn’t a life-threatening one, but a really bad emotional one. I hesitate to even recount it because of what it may mean (that perhaps I am not/have not deal with certain things). =( This is definitely one of those dreams that mean something. I think it’s telling me to resolve some things.

    Now if I had the Nova thingee, I could get lucid and explore this further. I will have it soon.

  • Re: Nova Dreamer, etc.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2912747867&category=1523

    These show up on Ebay fairly regularly. I’m pretty sure that’s where Chris found the one he gave to me. Of course, like anything else on Ebay, you have to be cautious about making sure it works, etc… but it’s a lot cheaper than getting it retail! It won’t *make* you lucid, but it sure helped me… I think mostly because I had already been working hard on my own, doing reality checks, state testing, etc., so that when the clues started showing up, I was ready for them.

    I’m sorry to hear about your nightmare! I used to have nightmares on a moderately frequent basis, but over the past two years, only one that I can remember – I think because I’m paying more attention to my dreams so they don’t have to “speak up” to get me to listen. I hope you can get it sorted out; they always ruin my night (or morning, as the case might be.)

    I had a cool lucid dream this morning – I’ll post it on my journal as soon as I get it all typed up. Tiny turtles in my dreams are one of those “is this a symbol” things – they can either represent tiny turtles (which occasionally sprout up in my yard, because I used to have big turtles) or they can represent “issues.”

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