I was with some friends, lying under a duvet watching a tv screen overhead. I was hungry so I got up to find some food. I walked through a place that was like a school or institution of some kind. The kitchen was full of people, so I couldn't get near the food. I went back and found myself walking outside. I saw my ex-husband watching me, but realised my clothes were transparent and I needed to get changed. I walked up a wide and old fashioned stairway and the woman at the top spoke to me. She was like a school teacher, starchy and stiff but kindly too. I walked into another room and stood with my back against an old wood paneled wall. Some others were there including a figure in a black robe with a white mask. I closed my eyes, and when I opened them again he had gone. A Buddhist monk came and opened a door. The smell of incense wafted out, and I saw smoke threading upwards from a alter table. I closed my eyes and felt myself get lighter. I lifted off the ground and floated as if lying down. The monk came and took hold of me, pulling me down again. He put his hands on my feet and seemed a little irritated that I had gone floating off. He asked me if I remembered being here before, and there was something familiar about it. I remembered visiting a Buddhist Centre in a dream before - I thought it was off Tottenham Court Road in London. In this dream I remembered the other with great clarity. I walked through the door into the room. Another older monk came up to me and sweetly invited me to come and sit on the grass with him. I followed him towards a raised area accessible by a wooden step ladder. We were now outside. As I climbed the ladder my legs got heavier and heavier and I had to drag them. At the top were cherry blossom trees planted along two sides of the grassed area. Little birds were singing in the trees and one of them came down and landed on my head. I felt truly blessed and closed my eyes again. At the top, the monk and I sat on the grass together, and he lit a small bowl full of hops and one large orange leaf. They caught fire very quickly and burnt to ash.