I have a habit of writing down my dreams if they are particularly unique or somehow leave an effect on me for the rest of the day. I'm quite interested in the theories of meanings behind dreams and how your sub-conscious can tell you more about yourself than you might realise. So, I had a pretty disturbing dream last night, which woke me up and left me a little too anxious to go back to sleep for a while. I'd just like to write it down really, so I don't forget it and can go back to it to think about possible meanings. Obviously, there's a chance it might not even relate to anything significant, but still. I was with my two older brothers, trying to escape some kind of evil presence. I think it may have been a murderer. Back story: I don't get along very well with my eldest brother, but my other brother and I have a very close bond, almost as if we are twins. So it is a little bizarre that in this dream, I am with BOTH brothers, working as a team. The brother I do get along with ended up getting severely injured, so I had to carry him on my back as we trekked through a farmland, which is a real place, outside our family home. I remember saying my brother's name repeatedly, trying to stop him from drifting out of consciousness, as he was going limp while I carried him. "Stay positive, stay positive, stay positive!" I kept repeating with each step I took, until I saw a trail of blood leading to a dead body, out there in the field. My words were cut short as I saw it, and instead I screamed louder than I had ever done before. It was what shook me awake, and I was convinced that maybe I even screamed in my sleep, but no one in the house heard anything from me. I'm not entirely sure what brought on this dream, but needless to say, it did give me a feeling of dread as I woke up. It still makes me feel a little uneasy as I think about it, but hey, it was just a dream. I'm fine now! I'll probably come back here to write down more dreams as they happen. I'd also love to hear about some that you guys have had, and your perception of them. I just find it very fascinating.