I've been having this series of recurring dreams lately. Though I don't remember any of these dreams for the most part, they center on a single structure: the elevator.
I remember that I was either finding my way out or just looking around at this big hospital. I was wandering from room to room, from department to department, and from floor to floor. I saw patients on hospital beds, doctors on the floor, and nurses all around. I think I found myself in one of these rooms where I was standing next to an unconscious patient on his bed. I suddenly ran away because I feared that I was next in line for getting pricked by a syringe of some sort. I also passed by the morgue, where I saw a row of dead people. Suddenly, something or someone chased me and I ran away as fast as I could. I rushed to the nearest elevator that I saw on the way and frantically tried to escape. I then found myself at the reception. I saw my ex-girlfriend there who is a nurse, talked for a bit, and went out of the building. By the entrance, I rode a cab.
I woke up.
I also had this dream where I was inside what seems to be an abandoned building that resembled the one where my current workplace is. There are no other people there but myself, and I was finding my way out. Along the way, I discovered lots and lots of shortcuts and loops. When I got into the elevator, I never got out again. It was just going up and down like it's never gonna stop.
I woke up.
The last dream that I seem to remember is about a girl and I trying to check in at a hotel. The first hotel we went to was fully-booked, so we went to the next one. It went on like that until we finally got us a hotel with a vacant room. The elevator this time was very spacious large, and it was speeding really, really fast.
I woke up.
And now I wonder, what's up with the buildings and the elevators? I've searched online and various results revolve around one thing: moving up means a progress going on, maybe in personal life, moods, career, whatever. Moving down means otherwise. And being stuck means the same in that regard. It basically means the direction of my life in all aspects. Each level may also represent different levels of consciousness.
Now about the hospital, the abandoned building, and the girl, those are stuff I don't think I'm interested to know.
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Naka-relate ka 'noh?! (Source: Failbooking)
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