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I was mocking Patsington with my unwanted crystal healing pack last night, and was trying to cure him of his various ailments with the crystals. Then I saw in the book that SUPPOSEDLY if you put an amethyst under your pillow it aids sweet dreams, so I grandly announced that I was going to do that, and did.

I had some of the most vivid, realistic dreams I've ever had in my life. Seriously, they were the sort of dreams that are so real that I keep thinking bits of them have actually happened. Does it serve me right for mocking the whole crystal thing (which I will continue to do, never fear)?

In less mystical news, the new Gilmore Girls finally finished loading! Huzzah!



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Nov. 10th, 2005 10:45 am (UTC)
Did you dream that a crystal was sticking you in your neck and leaving a big dent in it?
Nov. 10th, 2005 02:03 pm (UTC)
Ha! No, although that would have been much funnier. I did dream about going to LA and trying in vain to meet up with my ex-boyfriend.
Nov. 10th, 2005 01:59 pm (UTC)
Heh! Now, if only there were other crystals to determine who what the dreams would be about, you could have a *really* good time.

Of course, if your next post tells us that Patsington is suddenly cured, the mockery may fall strangely silent...
Nov. 10th, 2005 04:25 pm (UTC)
mocking the whole crystal thing (which I will continue to do, never fear)?

Phew. You had me worried there for a sec. :) Of course, one of the funnier things about the whole crystal thing, is that despite all the elaborate blurb about how crystals work and frequencies and what not, the apparant functional New Age definition of crystal is "transparent, translucent or pretty mineral" even though many of these are actually glasses, not crystals, (e.g. obsidian, opal, or neither glass nor crystal, e.g. coral) and so in the same vein, why do the effects of actual common crystalline materials, such as, say, steel, never get mentioned? Why are we never told to stick some cutlery under our pillows?

I keep thinking bits of them have actually happened.

You're not alone in this. Annie sometimes dredges up something mean I did to her when we were visiting Germany, even though the only time we have ever been in Germany together was in a dream she had! (Well, it's a joke now, but the morning after she had that dream she was genuinely pissed at me for some time.)
Nov. 10th, 2005 05:44 pm (UTC)
The tiny, tiny pea-like lump in your pillow must have been interrupting your sleep-cycle all night. You are clearly a princess!
Nov. 10th, 2005 06:25 pm (UTC)
Hee! I knew it!
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