Hmmmm.....reading my post above, I see this one as a continuance of the same message, but adding in caution.
Last night I dreamt I was driving up a long winding hilly road. I had to keep my foot on the gas to keep up momentum, but there were some sharp turns that made breaking necessary. This was hard to do, because you'd lose momentum and the car would labor.
I came to particulary steep part. I decided I had to give it the gas to keep going, but when I made the fast turn, I spun out on the road, and was suddenly going in reverse toward the edge of the road.
I knew I couldn't stop, and found myself rolling backwards, faster and faster, through trees, over rocks, and I knew eventually I was going to be getting to the edge of a cliff. I thought "You can't stop, but pay attention, you can pay attention."
I went over the edge, not really a freefall, but onto a really steep decline that was basically falling. I came to rest on the roof of a store that was part of a shopping plaza that was on the road below.
People saw me, and I thought, "oh good, someone's going to call help" After a minute or 2, I realized no one was even coming up to where I was. I got out, and found a door on the roof that lead down into the store. It was around then that it all hit me, and I felt really shaky, and shocked.
I said to someone "I landed on the roof. I fell from way up the hill, my car was crashing, etc."
The response was kinda like "oh?" I had to ask for someone to call the police, and when they showed up, it was like they didn't care either. They'd leave me alone, then come back, but no was was taking a report, let alone helping.
Finally someone asked me where I was going, and where I worked. I gave them the name of the place I had been working at, but left last October. They seemed annoyed when I told them what kind of business it was, saying "that's not how you spell that." when I had to spell out what they did.
Later on, thinking about it, I think the dream was saying "don't go too fast or you'll crash, and end up back where you were."