A loch is a strange and magical place, as it is set amongst legends and history of the highlands of Scotland. So if it appears in your dreams it can be linked with the mystery of your own life and the forces of nature and the waters around you. In this state nature, your own inner nature, can speak to you in its own language, the language of the elements, wonderful, threatening or uplifting.
Example: Wanted to share a strange experience I had, I did a canoe wilderness camping trip on loch Morar, in Scotland. It was a rare day, as believe it or not, it was not raining, the sun was shining, loch flat calm like a mirror, I was happily paddling along, felt as if I was floating in an in-between world as the sky and clouds were reflected in the water. On my right side, I became aware of a shape skimming along side of me, only about 3 feet away. I was amazed to see that it was a buzzard; it was so close I could reach out and touch it, wing tips actually touching the water. It stared at me as it flew past, and then let out one of those high pitched ki noises they make, which made my whole body quiver, partly due to being startled by the noise. I am not sure what was actually going on, but it was a special moment, one that will always be with me, I most certainly felt blessed, just wished I could understand buzzard language.
Loch Ness: Can indicate the immense depth and age of the land and water. The Loch Ness monster is about the most ancient part of you being realised again. See dinosaur
Example: I dreamt I was on a ship and we were jibbing and racing through very dangerous tropical waters and we came up to an island and docked and as we docked, I jumped into the water next to this animal we were all fascinated by. It was a plesiosaurus – like Loch Ness monster I think – a water dinosaur and it had a tattoo on its neck – it was somewhat indifferent but not unfriendly.
We were all like ‘number 23xxx it really does exist’ and it was like a science experiment, lab animal, we had read about, that we didn’t really believe existed, but we found it in this strange land – it was very cathartic and triumphant. I really want to go on more adventures and this dream was soooo nice, I just want to understand it better and find out about the dinosaur.
Useful Questions and Hints:
Can you go on the grand adventure of exploring the ancient land of dreams?
Was fear a part of your dream?
In what way did you react to the Loch Ness monster?