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The 14 Weirdest Dreams In Hollywood
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The 14 Weirdest Dreams In Hollywood | Gillian Anderson
Gillian Anderson

“I dreamt that I was a homeless person on a bridge, wearing very tattered layers of clothing and the world was cast in this sepia tone. I was fishing for worms on the Thames with a long piece of string. Then I would pull the worms out and put them in my mouth.”

Dr. Bulkeley Says: “It’s a remarkable image of elemental symmetry, with the dreamer positioned at the very centre. Then there’s the strange business of backwards fishing — as if they were the one being fished. It sounds to me like the first chapter of a heroic myth: the youth who begins as the lowest of the low is drawing strength from the waters of their ancestors, getting ready to seek fame, fortune and adventure out in the wide world.”

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