Can The Dreamweaver Help You With Your Dreams? Lol.

Dreaming - Dreaming weird dreams.
@Darkwing (21588)
February 14, 2008 6:30pm CST
A friend I met fairly recently in Mylot, requested that I start a discussion on dreams, as she is particularly interested to know the meaning of hers. I am extremely interested in the meaning of dreams, and have been studying interpretation for a while now. I always jot mine down and write underneath, in my journal, what I think they mean. Also, in a previous, similar discussion, I surprised myself a little in the accuracy of my summaries. Indeed, I think I surprised the people involved, as well. ha ha ha. Anyway, back to the point... if you'd like to put me to the test, it would be great, and if you could let me know how close you think my interpretations are afterwards, it would help me tremendously. So, have any of you had any significant dreams of late, that you can remember? If so, please tell me in response and I'll see what I can make of them, for you. Dreams often don't mean what they appear to mean. There is usually an underlying meaning in the subconcious. So, go ahead... dream for me, and let's see how many I can accurately interpret. I will enjoy this, and hope you might too.
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@Lakota12 (42681)
• United States
15 Feb 08
If I dream I dont remeber them wish I did. used to dream all the time when younger mostly being chased by someone and jumping from building to building Sky scarpers till I would fall then I would wake up before I landed and I would be on the floor lol
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@Darkwing (21588)
15 Feb 08
Seeing as you don't have any recent dreams that you recall, I will attempt to put meaning into the ones you had when younger, my friend. You gave me a little chuckle in saying that you'd be on the floor, after falling. I would have been very disturbed if I'd been sharing your bed during your dreams, as you must have been very active! ha ha ha. Anyway, for what it's worth, I know a little of your background, and will attempt to incorporate that into my understanding of your dreams of the past... are you ready for this? :) To dream that you are being chased, signifies that you are avoiding a situation that you consider unconquerable, often stemming from some form of insecurity. Skyscrapers represent your high ideals, creativity and imagination. You always aim high at whatever you do. It also suggests that you have great foresight. To dream that you fall and are not frightened, signifies that you will overcome your adversities with ease, but if the fall frightens you, it denotes lack of control, insecurity and lack of support in your waking life. You may have been experiencing a major struggle or overwhelming problem in your life, so I tend to place these dreams at the time of your hubby's illness? I don't know whether that's right, but just a thought which I've applied to this. This fear of falling may also denote your failure to achieve a goal that you set yourself, but I don't see you as ever failing anything, if you have control over a situation. That's just my view of the woman you are. ok? Chase dreams often stem from feelings of anxiety and our response to anxiety and pressure in real life manifests as a chase dream. Running is an instinctive response to physical threats in our environment and often in these dreams, one is being pursued by some attacker, who wants to hurt or possibly kill them. They may represent your way of coping with fears, stress or various situations in your life where rather than confront the situation, you are running away and avoiding it. You may understand better the source of your fears and pressures by asking yourself who is the person chasing you. The pursuer may also represent a part of yourself; your own anger, jealousy, fear, and possibly feelings of love, can assume the appearance of a threatening person, and you could be projecting these feelings onto the unknown chaser. It is sometimes good to turn around and ask the pursuer why they are chasing you, just as one would ask a spirit what they wanted with them. Whatever else, this dream signifies that you have lost your foothold and can not hang on or keep up with the hustle and bustle of daily life. When you fall, there is nothing to grab onto. You almost feel forced toward this downward motion without any control. This loss of control may indicate a waking situation in your life. Falling dreams also often reflect a sense of failure or inferiority in some circumstance or situation. It may be the fear of failing in your job or school,loss of status, or failure in love. Again, here I feel that this might be pointing towards your inability to help with a cure for your hubby. You feel him slipping away from you, and your inability to keep him there gives you a feeling of anger, helplessness, insufficiency and failure on your part. (the unconquerable situation?) You like to be in control of all that happens in your life, and you do very well at it, if I might say so, but on this occasion, you were unable to control or conquer the situation. Hence, you had this falling feeling. You'd failed to jump the gap in the buildings, and you felt desperately in need of some insight into how to stop the course of nature taking away a very great part of your life. I'm sorry my friend, if this is upsetting to you... I have tears in my eyes whilst typing. Maybe I shouldn't have transcribed this dream, but I feel you need to understand it. That is, indeed, if it was dreamed around this harrowing time in your life. ((((((Huggggggggggggs)))))) to you, my dear friend. I know I've said this before, but in my eyes, you are a very wise and strong woman, with a great big heart, and I love you for that! Brightest Blessings. xxx
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@Lakota12 (42681)
• United States
15 Feb 08
awwwww thanks for this. BUt this dream was when I was a kid and when I was on the floor I was staying with my grandma. With reading this I can see where it may have been that I wanted to stay with my grandma but I could onlystay the summer. I had to go back to the city and school there where my parents lived and I hated the city. think I ran out of buildings lol. and the person chaseing never had a face. Other dreams that have reoccured and I think I did dream it once when hubby was sick . Was I was always in a fist fight with someone sometimes a girl sometimes a guy. So as the first dream was when I was a kid and not wanting to go back home could be I just had to and was forced to realy to go back to the city as my cousin didnt want me to stay with my grand ma and I had no contr5ol over the situation am I right it assuming this? hugs
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@Darkwing (21588)
15 Feb 08
You're quite welcome my friend, and yes, I can see how you could relate it to your childhood days, not wanting to go back to the city (skycrapers), and the school (pursuers). I'm glad I could bring some meaning back to you. I guess it was the horses did it for you, huh? lol. Love and hugs. xxx
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@ElicBxn (61063)
• United States
15 Feb 08
I dreamt this a while back, but it was very odd. Let me start by explaining I am a Doctor Who fan.... I dreamed a dream about a female Doctor, kind of thin with shortish, punkish type hair, medium brown. She had 2 companions, male & female. they were being pursued by this wolf kind of monster & ended up hiding in a closet. The monster found them, but when he was concentrating on the Doctor, the female companion slipped out behind it & was running out of the room when she ran into Doctor Four. He was thin himself, sans coat/scarf/hat, but had the longer curly hair. He did look older, but maybe not as old at Tom Baker actually is. He came back & helped get rid of the monster - I don't quite know how. He turned out to have a different Tardis, was in the shape of a popcorn machine(!!) and one of those arcade games sort of things. The whole front opened as the door. I woke up for a few minutes. Then, I went back to sleep and dreamed that Doctor 10, with some other companion & I (well, maybe not really ME...) had landed in some place like Vegas. I remember getting on the phone while the others were sleeping & making arrangements to see what sights there were to see - I do remember specifically mentioning the moving statues at Ceaser's. We started off walking down this lovely grassy (mustn't be Vegas!) esplanade with fountains. I remember walking back (dragging would be a better term) from the fatigue & heat. As an aside, even as I was dreaming I thought: I don't remember the sights. But a great way to show the passage of time. Sun on one side, energetic people, sun from the other side, barely able to stand people!
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@Darkwing (21588)
15 Feb 08
Wow... thank you for such a long and detailed description of your dream. You did well to remember all that. Tell me... do you make notes during breaks in your dreams? Whatever, I shall attempt to put some meaning into this dream, as it is quite fantasy based, but then maybe your liking of the Doctor Who programmes, inspired the way you dreamed it. I'll break it down into parts first, and then try to put it together as a whole, in summary. Ok... for what it's worth... here we go. Firstly, dreams about time travel, indicate your desire to escape the current reality in your life. You want to go back in time, to the past or leap forward, to the future to a time where your hopes and wishes are realised. Your romantic nature or desire to romanticise everything is stressed here, also, forming the base of your dream. Having a monster following you, signifies grief and misfortune in your immediate future. Monsters represent parts of yourself that you find ugly or dislike, and it seems you may have some fears or some subdued emotions. Then came the hero, your Tom Baker, (is he your favourite Doctor Who, by any chance? :)), to the rescue, symbolising a part of yourself that has been neglected or ignored, and which trying to find a way to express. I don't think the actual popcorn machine is relevant other than as a pointer towards popcorn, which suggests that you are full of ideas, and that certain truths or facts are being made aware to you. Lush, green grass suggests a part of yourself that you can always rely on, or it may be symbolic of natural protection. Vegas denotes riches, and fountains, great joy, renewed pleasure or increased sensitivity, coupled with success in life with perseverance. You could be entering into a new relationship, or period of your life which, with a little effort, will be much brighter and happier. As for the two sides, one with exhausted people, in extreme heat, and the other with people who are energetic and full of life; I think this is showing you your past struggle to a better life and your choices. If you stay on your current path, then you'll be amongst the exhausted people, unhappy with your choice, but if you cross to the side of the fitter people, you will have conquered the fears and dislike of your current self, and will have grown in spirit, becoming a person much more to your own liking. So... to sum up as briefly as possible... There is some grief, or misfortune in your life right now, which you want to escape in order to realise your dreams. You feel that a significant part of you is being neglected and ignored, and you know where you want to be, but are struggling to make the right decision, despite the realisation and ideas being there. Something, or somebody is holding you back, and you need to make the decision to break from this and to cross to the side where happiness and success (the fit people) is. You're tired and fatigued with your current situation and want to move on, to a better future, but first you have to get rid of the monster that is holding you back. I hope this helps some and would be interested to know how close I am with my interpretation of your dream. Think about it... is there something you're unhappy with in your life which stops you from realising your true potential, and keeps you from happiness and success? You don't have to tell me the details, but just a yeah, you were close, or no, you're way out, would help me greatly. Thank you for your input. I appreciate it very much. Brightest Blessings in the hope you make all the right decisions and flourish with success. x
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@ElicBxn (61063)
• United States
15 Feb 08
Well, for one thing, the people were the same people, just in the morning, then at the end of the day. I do think that there is some recognition that I'm discouraged, by my mom's deteriorating health. Last year at this time, she could still walk, but now she can barely help get herself transfered to the toliet. I know my sibs are also feeling the strain. Yes, Tom Baker is my first and favorite Doctor. No, I didn't take notes, but when I woke up after the first bit, I lay there remembering it until I fell asleep for the second bit and then, when I woke up I did write them both down. Good thing because I'd never remember them later! I know that I've been feeling frustrated that I can't seem to write, except for a couple of short things, at least one of which I had been storing in my head for a long while, I haven't writen anything in like 10 years.
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@Darkwing (21588)
15 Feb 08
Ah, yes. Now you've told me a little bit about you, I can see what the dream was trying to tell you. Your romantic nature or desire to romanticise is probably pointing to your writing, and your mother's condition indicates the grief and misfortune in your life (the Monster)? But, you're spoiled for choice because your mother needs you right now. Your desire is to move on to where the happy, successful people are, and to continue your writing (your romantic nature or desire to romanticise), but you feel an obligation to your mother and your siblings, hence the feeling of being "dragged back" from your writing. As the popcorn element suggests you are full of ideas, and certain truths or facts are being made known to you, which you are longing to write about, but can't afford the time or concentration right now, and the lush, green grass suggests a part of yourself that you can always rely on, so you will find the way to success (Vegas riches) and happiness (the fountains) eventually. In other words, you're finding it frustrating at the moment, due to your mother's condition, but you love her, and you want to be there for her, as do your siblings, so you've put your writing aside for a while. However, when you are freed from this obligation, your ideas and ability to write them down, will come flooding back, and because you have afforded time to your mother, you will find the path to success in the future, without remorse or regret. You just have to give it a little time... I wish you all the luck in the World with your writing, and am praying that you find the strength to see your mother through her bad times first. I think you'll do this without too much difficulty, and emerge triumphant. Good luck... may the eternal light shine on your path to success, my friend. x
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@bianx21 (339)
• Philippines
15 Feb 08
Two night ago,I dreamed of this kid...Actually,I met that kid earlier that day and he was a seller of toys and bubbles along the famous park in our country...In my dream,I saw him and his father.The father was hurting the kid...I wanted o help but something was stopping me from doing so...
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@Darkwing (21588)
15 Feb 08
Hi Bianx, and thank you for sharing your dream, which I will try to solve, for you. Think about this child representing yourself, whilst reading, or maybe you have a brother who might relate to this? Anyhow, I'll make my attempt, in the context of you, seeing yourself as this child, and see where we go with it. Seeing this child in your dream, perhaps signifies a retreat back to a childhood state, or childlike qualities... an extension of your inner child during a time of carefree innocence, purity and simplicity; the bubbles depicting merriment, fun, and childhood joys, but beware, there could be another meaning to the bubbles... consider also the bursting of one's bubble, which could be reiterating that father figure you saw, when he hurt the child. The father symbolises authority and protection, and also a need to be more reliant. Sadly, in this case, there was no protection other than you, (maybe your inner child or self), who wanted to help, but was reluctant, for some reason. This suggests to me either a deep respect for your father, or authority, or maybe, because he hurt you and held you back, a resentment? Consider also your waking relationship with your father. Maybe you've always lived your life in an effort to please him, but at some time, deflected from that path and trod the way YOU thought was better for you? It could be that you're longing for the past and the chance to satisfy desires and unfulfilled hopes that you've held back on, because of your love for your father. You need time out, to cater to the inner child within. There could be something you need to see grow, some routine in your life you're not satisfied with, but as I said, be careful, as the bubbles could symbolise dashed hopes or unrealistic expectations. You really need to look inside yourself to understand the message here. With regard to the toys, these represent childhood, domestic joy and harmony, so you may be searching for the comfort and security of home. Dreaming you are hurt, signifies wounded emotions or feelings that you may have suppressed, and which were instilled by your father at some point in your life, or by some figure of authority. You need to address these feelings in order to properly heal. The desire to help someone, indicates your willingness to compromise your beliefs toward a greater accomplishment and also your efforts to combine your talents or energies to achieve a mutual goal, but the reluctance, or being held back, suggests that you need to come to an understanding or some sort of middle ground with an authority figure or your father, in order to move forward and on with your life. I hope this makes some sense to you. I know it's a long read, and perhaps a little repetitive, but there is some longing in your heart to be settled, and in a position to enjoy the carefree simplicity and happiness you enjoyed in your early life before seemingly, something went wrong. You can get there with a little understanding of what's being shown to you, and a little effort to mend bridges? I wish you much luck on this, and hope that I've managed to explain what your dream was about in a satisfactory manner. I will be pleased to discuss this further with you if you have any observations, and am itching to know whether I hit on anything of significance to you. Brightest Blessings... may the light shine your way on your path, always. x
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• United States
15 Feb 08
Good Morning Darkwing, and I see you've made a discussion on dreams, yea! I wrote on Mylot about this dream but never really received an answer that made much sense......here's the thread...http://www.mylot.com/w/discussions/1314075.aspx.......I hope that works and you can figure this out a little. As I've mentioned before in a previous response to you, I've been dealing with quite a few problems and just don't know how to clear them all up. One step at a time I guess is best. This dream was back in October of last year and I found it very freaky. I usually can figure them out to some extent but this one I'm sure has some meaning, and maybe the meaning has already been cleared up over the last couple of months...I don't know. Thanks for any advice hon, I'm really curious.
@Darkwing (21588)
16 Feb 08
You're so welcome, my friend. We weren't brought together for no reason, there's a reason for everything, and I believe in this case, we might have been brought together by our mutual spirits. We understand what each other has to say and the messages within each other's words, which is why I hold this belief. My image of you is that you value your life path and your ideals quite highly and will do what you have to, to get them in perspective. How do I come to that conclusion... hmmmm, well you give it away in your responses, your cries for help and reason and I hear all this in my subconscious mind, as I read. You asked me some while ago to restart a dream discussion, as you had issues you wanted to understand. I was reluctant at first, but after your brief absence from the site, you returned, and the desire was still there. I gathered this from your responses in other discussions I'd started. So, I posted it, because I knew you would be here, wanting to know the meaning of your dreams, my friend. Are we spiritually connected, or what do you think? :) I hope now, you can come through your "messy patch" triumphant. I'm sure you will, because you really need to, and you have the strength to do so. It may take a while, or you may emerge quickly but I feel you are headed towards a quick return to the spiritual and tranquil path in life you so long for. Brightest Blessings, in the hope that the eternal light will shine on your path, always. x
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• United States
17 Feb 08
I want to come back to where I was a few years ago more than anything I've ever wanted. I just don't know where to begin and so much time has passed, but I feel I need to do this. The peacefulness that I had is gone and that scares me inside. I like talking to you because you have what I'm missing and understand what that would be like if it disappeared from your life right now. It's very hard to find someone who can so easily relate to that. I was very angry when I thought I was getting no help from my spirit guides, although like I said, I'm positive I was, just not quick enough for me. But guess what, here you are and do I feel maybe it was you that was sent?...That is a good possibility and I want to believe that. Maybe you are my one of my Guardian Angels that I've been waiting to hear from.....or in the very least, someone who understands where I'm coming from and doesn't judge me in a bad light. I'm very, very happy that we have met.
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@Darkwing (21588)
17 Feb 08
It seems to me that you're halfway there, already, my friend. You know where you want to be... I imagine you've already found your inner self, and determined that much. So now, you have to shed the fear aspect, get rid of the negatives, so to speak. In my tradition, we have ways of doing that, and it's possible for you as well... however, you may have a different way of dispersing with the negatives. Once you've done that, then the only way is forward... you can't go back, but you can determine where you want to go in a forwards motion. Get my drift? If you already know where that place is, spiritually, then you just have to get rid of those negatives, and start taking steps towards that place, with a positive attitude, and a happy heart. It's what we call spiritual growth... know it? Yes, I'm happy with the way things have gone over the past three years, but there is still one nagging negative. However, I try to place that in a positive position and will NOT give up on it, because it's a part of my happy place. So, I can see where you're coming from. When I feel the way you're feeling, I often take off, but it's a bit difficult if you have children. I go off to a place I can connect with, in the West Country, climb to the top of a tall hill on the coast, and sit, or sometimes, I'll go to Glastonbury. I let the wind blow through my hair, and take in the sky, sea and the horizon... hence I find myself again. There is nothing there bar me, Nature and the Elements, and I feel very close to the spirits, God and Goddess. Often, I find answers and come back home, refreshed and with a renewed spirit. That's one way of meditating, I guess. If you can manage that... try it! Now is the time... a time of new growth, and Beltane (April 31st/May 1st, is a time to strengthen that. I have to say, I do feel an affinity with you, and I felt this the first time we spoke. I've felt this with others, and they with me, so perhaps we've met in another life... who knows? Or, it could be purely spiritual, but I do feel there's something there. :) Brightest Blessings.
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@mummymo (23707)
17 Feb 08
Why can I never remember my dreams when I want to? I wish I could cos I would love to hear your interpretation sweets! Can you explain sleepwalking? Niamh does that a lot, we have caught her trying to climb in her brothers wardrobe before! She will even laugh, cry and hold full conversations in her sleep - the spookiest thing though is when she sits bolt upright in bed with her eyes open but is really sound asleep! Any ideas sweety or is the insanity being passed down the family? lol xxx
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@Darkwing (21588)
17 Feb 08
No matter, my friend. I don't remember all my dreams, just the occasional one, but I make notes when I wake from them and analyse them the next day, when I've got the notes to hand. As it happens... yes, I can explain a little about sleepwalking. It is quite common in children and possibly brought on by fatigue from the day's play, sleep lost the previous night, or disruption in their family life... maybe a house move, divorce or the illness of a family member. It would be interesting to know whether it started when your back problems did? It happens during REM, when most of us are in "paralysed" sleep. They're in deep sleep, but they sort of "act out" their dreams... may even talk. The child can sit upright in bed, with their eyes open, and may sit in that position for a while, repeating certain movements like fumbling with their clothes or repeatedly rubbing their eyes. Then, they might get out of bed and walk around, with a dazed look. The may talk also, but their speech and actions might be clumsy. If you talk to them, they probably won't respond because they are asleep. Don't attempt to wake them at this stage with a loud noise, shouting or by shaking them; gently guide them back to bed. Most children grow out of sleepwalking but if it goes on for a really long time, it might be a good idea to consult your doctor, but this often isn't necessary. You can ensure your child's safety during these times by locking bedroom windows and making sure all hazardous objects are removed, and ensuring they can't fall down the stairs. There are no emotional problems involved, so you need not worry on that score. I hope this explains things for you, my friend... and no, the insanity hasn't reached her yet! ha ha ha. Brightest Blessings. xxxx
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@mummymo (23707)
17 Feb 08
thank you so much Darkwing sweetheart - that is fantastic! She has always been this way as soon as she was physically capabable but I have thought about this and when my back problems started getting bad her sleepwalking did get worse! Wow - quite amazing huh? Very often we find her doing the sitting up in bed talking or mumbling to herself, eyes wide open and sound asleep and then we gently coax her to lie back down and tuck her in - do you think that we are catching her before she sets off on another 'adventure'? Thank you my dear friend for setting my mind at rest on this one - and I am so glad that you don't think she is inheriting the insanity yet! lots of love xxxx
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@Darkwing (21588)
17 Feb 08
Yes, I think maybe you're making her feel a little more secure by gently lying her back down and tucking her in. In fact, if you can fathom about how long she's sleeping before sleepwalking, it might help to wake her about half an hour before that period, for whatever reason, and maybe she won't go into such a deep stage of sleep. Of course, there's no need to do that unless you're really bothered about it. I'm sure as you improve, so will her sleepwalking habits. xxx
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@MsTickle (25051)
• Australia
21 Feb 08
Hello Darkwing, recently, I've been having a few strange and interesting dreams. I'm also unwell and have been hospitalised and am still under treatment and I wonder if this is the reason for the dreams. I've tried to remember the dreams so I could relate them to someone as I'm not one to write dreams down. I've had no luck trying to remember them, I just get flashes, nothing I can hold onto. Now that you've offered to have a go with interpretations, I'll make a conscious effort to remember so I can ask you about them. Brightest blessings dear one.
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@Darkwing (21588)
22 Feb 08
Oh, I'm sorry to hear that you've been unwell and hospitalised, my dear friend. I hope it's nothing too serious and that you make a speedy recovery from now. It could be the medication which is inspiring your dreams, I guess, but may be your state of mind, and recall at the moment. Please do try to jot down notes when you immediately wake from your dreams, for if you go back to sleep without doing so, you won't remember them. Notes will help you remember when you finally wake from your sleep. Brightest Blessings, and please do hurry up and get better. I'm sending energies and ((((huggggs)))) your way, my friend. x
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@MsTickle (25051)
• Australia
27 Feb 08
You are such a dear friend. The energy and hugs are much appreciated. I'm feeling better but not yet well...time will tell. Hope you are doing better with your poor injury. Big hugs to you too...((((Darkwing))))
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@Darkwing (21588)
28 Feb 08
Awww, thank you. Yes, I'm doing better with my leg, but it does ache from time to time, as does the other one; usually when I've been sitting for an amount of time. I've made quite a bit of improvement though. Now, you just have to get better... let's just concentrate on that and hope it's sooner rather than later. Love and hugs. xx
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@Ravenladyj (22936)
• United States
28 Feb 08
I am a HUGE fan of dream interpretation..and have been successfully doing it for several yrs now...One thing that can be really mindblowing and accurate is when you do dream interpretation in combonation with other things like a Tarot reading or numerology etc etc....I've done that a few times on myself and it was the craziest thing LOL..I've yet to try it on someone else though.. I want to read the whole thread btw and will come back to it but its just too early for me to read that much and be able to pay full attention..LOL mmmm coffee..
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@Darkwing (21588)
28 Feb 08
Oh wow... yes, please do read through the thread. There are some long responses to consider, but I would welcome your comments as to my interpretation of some of the dreams, as I'm sure the people who have made responses would too. You may be able to shed a little more light on their dreams, in addition to my views. Thank you so much... Brightest Blessings.
@Ravenladyj (22936)
• United States
28 Feb 08
I certainly will..I have family over from Canada this week but she heads home tonight so I'll definately be back in here and will add whatever I can if anything :-D
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@Darkwing (21588)
29 Feb 08
Thank you... I look forward to reading your comments.
@marciascott (25553)
• United States
29 Feb 08
I dream all the time, they can be so real sometimes, I can dream things and they happen, My dream warns me about different things, I always know when My car breaks down, because I will dream I am riding on a bike, everytime I dream that I know something is goingto be wrong with my Car. When I dream about fish someone is pregnant.
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@Darkwing (21588)
29 Feb 08
Hmmmm. Normally, dreaming about fish would signify insights from your unconscious mind, although I can see why they might indicate pregnancy. If it works for you my friend, then that's the way to interpret your dreams. :) In the same vein, I can see why riding a bike would indicate that your car has broken down, but in my interpretation it would mean that you wish to find a balance in your life, needing to balance work and pleasure so as to succeed in your present undertakings. Dreams aren't normally taken literally. They have an underlying meaning, but maybe as you say, yours are predictions, or visions, rather than dreams. Brightest Blessings my friend.. hope you're well. x
@ElicBxn (61063)
• United States
16 Feb 08
I had another dream last night that really disturbed me. I was planning how to cut up some fabric for making a quilt top. I have never done this before, so I've been planning out how to do it. While I was still awake I was thinking: first I iron the fabric and get several peices laid out so I can strip cut them. I don't know when I exactly went to sleep, but I dreamed I was cutting the fabric with a rolling cutter. cut up the sides, then the strips and then was going to cut the top and discovered that what I was cutting up were 3 yellow kittens instead, and they were still somehow alive. That scared me so bad I woke up.
@Darkwing (21588)
16 Feb 08
Ok... I'll see what I can do, my friend. If you dream that you are cutting something, regardless of what you're cutting, or what with, the symbol is the same; a broken relationship or severed connection. The colour, yellow, if in an unpleasant dream represents cowardice and sickness; maybe a fear or inability to make a decision or take action. As a result, you are experiencing many setbacks. (Now, this could apply only to your indecision as to go about making your quilt top, as it's a new experience, but read on). The appearance of a kitten, if not white in colour, indicates trouble ahead for you. Again, I would think this might just refer to your project not coming out quite the way you want it to, as it was playing on your mind when you fell asleep. However, only you knows whether there is something else bothering you, maybe the break-up of a relationship which you can't make a decision or take action on? Are you experiencing set-backs in a relationship? Are you not sure what to do about it? Ask yourself these questions and you'll be able to understand the dream, I'm sure. Brightest Blessings.
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@ElicBxn (61063)
• United States
16 Feb 08
I like yellow cats, but I've only just gotten one to survive past 4. I currently have 2 other coming into the critical 3 to 4 yr age, so I'm watching them pretty close. But the kitten that I noticed, even tho he was a ginger kitten, had Tony's little face. I don't really have any relationship to go sour, just trying to creat a relationship for the first time in years. I woke up and went back to sleep dreaming of the fabric, because I told myself that I had been cutting fabric there was no way the kittens had gotten in there. And the fabric is the stuff I was sorting last night before I went to sleep.
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@Darkwing (21588)
17 Feb 08
Maybe your dream doesn't point to a human relationship; it may point to your struggle to get the kittens past the age of four? It's something you're not sure of how to go about, and the cutting off might be the loss of one of those kittens? As for your trying to build a relationship, could it be that you're undecided as to whom you want the relationship with? I'm not sure who Tony is... is he a prospective relationship or a kitten? I think if you look at the broader picture, there is a message in your dream. Brightest Blessings.
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@chiyosan (30194)
• Philippines
20 Mar 08
I have this dream: My Boyfriend was in a car with a girl i do not know. the girl kissed him on his cheeks and then they drove away. i was seating at the back of the car... but when they drove away, i was standing in the middle of the road watching them leave me. i was not acknowledged in the dream and i feel like a ghost just watching them. I woke up feeling so heavily and i actually had tears in my eyes... Dream two: My boyfriend surprised me. he came to my home from abroad and it was the first time i am going to see him. my mom picked him up in the airport without me knowing about it and i was surprised and very happy to see him finally with me. We took pictures together, ate together, my cousins and friends all knew about him coming to see me except me. the dream ended with me kissing him on his lips when he was having a rest in my room. Thank you Darkwing in advance. :) Appreciate it cause this has been bothering me....
@Darkwing (21588)
20 Mar 08
It would have been handy to know how your current relationship is panning out. Whether maybe there are some underlying issues, like mistrust, doubt, or something similar. However, I will attempt to put this together as best I can because the two dreams are quite contradictory of each other. Dream 1 Sitting in the backseat of the car, indicates that you are putting yourself down and are allowing others to take over. This could well be a result of low self-esteem or low self-confidence, but this dream symbol indicates your dependence, and the degree of control you have on your life. The fact that you are invisible, signifies feelings of not being noticed or recognised for the things that are important to you, or you may even be trying to withdraw from the realities of life. The fact that you are standing in the road as the car drives away, suggests a feeling of rejection on your part... this signifies a positive turn of events, which would normally be fortelling of good things happening in your near future. Also, as you woke with tears in your eyes, I imagine you were feeling sad at your boyfriend driving away from you. Sadness, again signifies a positive turn of events, foretelling good happenings in your near future. However... Dream 2 contradicts this somewhat. It would seem you have the ability to resolve Dream 2 To dream that you are pleasantly surprised, indicates that you are open in acknowledging and confronting your unconscious feelings, and the fact that it's your boyfriend who surprises you, symbolises acceptance, self-worth, and acknowledgement of your true inner value. But... to dream that you are happy, may be a compensatory dream, which is often a dream of the contrary. You may be trying to compensate for the sadness or stress in your waking life... this is why I would have liked to have known if there was anything worrying you about your relationship. I don't know whether you can make anything of this, but hopefully, if you think about it, you'll be able to relate it to your inner feelings, and interpret your dreams. Brightest Blessings.
@chiyosan (30194)
• Philippines
21 Mar 08
Thank you so much. Is it really like that in dreams? or just some of them? When you are happy or sad, in waking life, it is actually the contrary? I am a bit worried about the relationship right now, we are actually far from each other and we mostly talk only and over the phone. Maybe you are right. i worry that he might be unfaithful to me or is just worried that we have no future together... He has given me much assurance but sometimes these are just mere words... Thank you for the time Darkwing... :)
@Darkwing (21588)
21 Mar 08
Ah, then it all makes sense... thank goodness, I was groping in the dark a bit, but it seems to tally up, huh? I'd just like to add one thing that I omitted. When you saw your boyfriend sleeping in your room, this often denotes a reflection of yourself and your own unconscious mind. It is telling you that you may not be alert or informed about a particular situation. So perhaps that relates to the surprise homecoming. Maybe he really will surprise you... and it will be a nice suprise, I am sure. I don't think you have too much to worry about with him... the dreams are not a reflection of what's really happening, they are more about your subconscious feelings. Good luck, and Brightest Blessings. x