I realize the river begins to move like a wave in ocean, then i walk up to the window to see two gigantic planes crashing with each other and slowly falling apart into pieces. The whole crash happens slowly in front of my eyes, as i see two large steel cylinders broken into pieces. Then even before these debris hit the water, the river starts moving and create one big tsunami and hits at the lower floors of the apt where i am standing. I turn away and start running the other way from the waves, but feels the shaking of the floor. Then I wake up.
'Most of the time I'm a tiger in my dreams If I dream with animals. I can't exactly remember what the purpose of that tiger is. Most of the time it's just there to protect something or somebody. Sometimes the tiger comes when I need to have answer for something or when I need to accomplish something but I'm not sure how to do it. I don't talk in my dreams as a tiger, I tell everything through my eyes . The times when I realise that I'm not a human anymore when the perspective changes, like when I look up to somebody, and the person is suddenly taller than me, when in reality we are the same height. I don't need to change however into a tiger - I'm a tiger, I've been all along... that's it. This realisation is not scary at all, it's more calming if anything. It's amazing to feel flexible, the cage of your body and bone-prison dissappears and I feel finally free. Thoughts are simpler, emotions are simpler when I'm in this state. When I'm the tiger, there's nothing to cover up what you feel as human - everything becomes clearer when I'm a tiger. You don't need words, you realise what you wanted all along, what's your calling - I'm never by myself as tiger, I am there to be the strength of someone, or was that me that needed the my own tiger self?'