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  • 'I was somewhere in a garden, sitting at a table, and I remember exactly where I was sitting and how my chair was a bit too small for me. A very young Japanese boy was sitting next to me, with a big smile on his face. He looked so young, fresh and happy. In my mind, I thought he must be too young to trust, or to feel attracted to - these thoughts floated around my head. And as if he could read my hesitation, he took my hand and asked me to allow him to show me around. 'Come', he said, 'come with me'.

    So I did. While holding my hand, this young, vivacious boy showed me around. We went through gardens, many gardens, open gardens, gardens with 4 walls around, almost like a room, but it wasn't closed. In one of the gardens, or rooms (who is to say?), my coach/advisor was sitting, with a big smile, he was getting a massage. That was strange, and we didn't want to interrupt him, so my Japanese friend took me around, and we entered rooms, many of them, we walked around and ended up in buildings, high ones.

    Our tour ended in a garden again, at a similar table as where it started. I had a drink. It was a glass of warm water, with 2 grey fish in it. They weren't dead, but maybe not alive as well. I remember exactly how they looked like. Small oval grey fish, and they had white dots on their belly. I drank some of the water, and then - with a bit of struggle - I took out one of the fish with chopsticks and ate it. It didn't feel strange in my dream.'
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