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Pregnant in my Dream

A young woman send this dream, and there are so may like it.

I had a dream that I was 3 months pregnant. I don’t know who the father is but I have a feeling I know who. What does this mean? Will I get pregnant soon?

Many women get pregnant in dreams without any man involved. And in fact you are pregnant now – not in a physical way but within you – for you carry a new life, a new you that can be born if you treasure it. The new life is a part of you that wishes to become active in your life, a part of that that hasn’t had the opportunity to be expressed before.

Of course it is shown as a baby because anything new in us that is seeking life is vulnerable and needs to be cared for and nurtured.

Will you get pregnant soon? Well that depends on whether you want to or have the opportunity to. But the dream does suggest that you are ready for being a mother and that your dream is perhaps a practice run.

Example:I dreamt I was heavily pregnant and naked, lying on the floor of a dark room with one light directed on me. My ex-boyfriend was next to me, naked, stroking my hair, telling me everything was going to be alright. In the dream I felt physically sick but inwardly perfectly calm and at peace. But I am confused as I am only 15 and there’s no chance I’m pregnant.

Within the virtual reality of her dream, Sandra is experimenting with her ability to attract a man using her physical appeal. Having tried this out in her dream Sandra may or may not use this in her everyday life. The dream Joanne describes is common among young women. It involves either being pregnant, or actually giving birth. In both cases it is a way of gaining confidence and meeting anxieties about the possibility of pregnancy. It allows the dreamer to gain experience in an area that would be difficult, painful or dangerous to experiment with in waking life. In this and many other ways, your dreams allow you to explore without the risks you would meet in waking life. See: magical dream machine.

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-Dani 2016-02-14 19:16:12

HELP!!??
Okay so, last night i had a dream and it is bothering me quite a lot, i was pregnant but at first did not notice it… I was walkin through a school and heard some of the people i was in school with saying “barely out of school and she is pregnant” i looked down and i think i was around 4/5 months pregnant. I wore a pink tshirt and i actually loved the feeling of being pregnant and the way i looked with my belly, but every time people walked passed i tried to pull my tummy in so that no one would notice because i am scared of being judged… Woke up this morning and i miss the way i looked… What does it mean???

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    -Anna - Tony's Assistant 2016-02-17 17:12:23

    Dear Dani – Your dream is a wonderful dream about becoming aware of what is growing inside you which also reflects the love you have for What grows you; Life.
    Each of us grew from a tiny fertilised seed in our mother’s womb. Wisdom innate in that tiny cell, in your mother’s body and in how the universe works, enabled and directed the amazing journey of growth. That journey is perhaps the most incredible of any life form on our planet. From a very fundamental level of life, your being moved from a single cell to a bundle of cells. Then it developed from being an aquatic creature toward forming a body capable of living in and breathing air. At birth you transformed from being fully immersed in water to breathing air and beginning independent life.
    And so the same way as Life grew you into your mother’s womb, It is now directing your growth into adulthood.
    The journey of inner growth that you value very much in your dream – “and I actually loved the feeling of being pregnant and the way I looked with my belly” – can sometimes give rise to conflicting feelings about how YOU THINK – it might be a fear thought only – other people will perceive your outer and inner changes.
    So what you took with you in your dream could be a fear about expressing your inner changes, because it is important to you how your peers see you.
    Maybe it helps you to realise that you/we are all in the same boat?
    You are all literally in your dream in the same School of Life; learning and growing and giving birth to new parts of yourself and so your potential.
    So imagine walking in school with a beautiful “ex-pressed” – not pulled-in – tummy and try to feel proud of who you are now and of who you are growing into.
    Depending on your (emotional) age; see also http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/teenage-girl%e2%80%99s-love-dreams/ and http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/individuation/
    Anna :-)

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-Kys 2016-04-25 11:59:25

I had a dream that I was pregnant but I never knew unit it was time to give birth. I went to use the washroom and could feel the baby’s head. I was screaming to people to help me for we didn’t know I was pregnant let alone having a baby. I didn’t even know who the father was. I was so confused in my dream I didn’t knew anything. I had no pain what so ever. It was so odd. Need help trying to find out what this meant.

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    -Anna - Tony's Assistant 2016-04-29 9:33:38

    Dear Kys – It may help to read http://dreamhawk.com/pregnancy-childbirth/the-baby-in-your-dream/ and explore the questions on this page.
    As you can read in this article your dream baby – like any baby – is something new and vulnerable that has come to life – come to your life. The important question is; “what is it that is new and growing in your love or in yourself?”
    Confusion is an inherent part of self growth – becoming more of who you already are – and this is what you become aware of in your dream too.
    It shows – as does the new born baby – that something new has entered your (inner) world.
    If you manage to accept feeling confused as part of the process, you will grow and things will make sense again afterwards.
    You do not mention how old you are. Perhaps reading this article is helpful too; http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/teenage-girl%E2%80%99s-love-dreams/
    Anna :-)

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