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Dream Interpretation / Re: Ex-boyfriends
« Last post by Tony Crisp on Yesterday at 09:46:20 AM »
Go for IT!!!

As I said, you are the best interpreter of your dreams.

Something that I have seen often before, is how, particularly women I suppose, have often failed to understand the great power they have in their instinctive sexual drives.  Those drives links them with their ability to create and be creative.  But what I see is that those drives need not be expressed through producing a child.  This does not mean they need to be frustrated or repressed, but that they be accepted and directed into another direction.  It means being fully aware of the sexual dynamics of interrelations, in business, in work, in everyday dealings with people.

Writing is one of those other ways. Something else I have seen is that we all have unlimited potential, but we get in the way of it by doubting ourselves. So now the way is clear.

Tony

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Dream Interpretation / Re: Ex-boyfriends
« Last post by marianne on February 22, 2017, 09:54:16 PM »
Thanks Tony,

it occurred to me late last night as I was dropping off to sleep, that the dream was to do with my feelings of self worth...and that possibly both of these ex boyfriends, although never serious were perhaps the only ones who valued me. But once they expressed that they valued me, I rejected them because I didn't value myself.

It was a helpful dream because one of my ambitions is to write a story to empower young women.

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Dream Interpretation / Re: Ex-boyfriends
« Last post by Tony Crisp on February 22, 2017, 12:00:29 PM »
Marianne – I have to put the next thing in – but don’t give up.

Hi – I am stopping from answering your posts fully – but will try to give hints; sometimes long ones because I quote from masses I have already put online. Also I need to take time to update the site – dreamhawk.

It would help you to understand your dreams, if you would read – http://dreamhawk.com/approaches-to-being/questions-2/#Summing and also http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/features-found-on-site/

Nothing can replace your own ability to understand your dream. With a little effort you can do this by practicing what is described in – http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/acting-on-your-dream/#BeingPersonOrThing or http://dreamhawk.com/dream-dictionary/getting-at-your-dreams-meaning/

Tony

First, you must realise that our ex’s are never lost, because they are in your memories. See http://dreamhawk.com/dream-dictionary/exs/

Your dream seems to be a way of reviewing past experiences of ‘love’ and deciding that you want or need a new ‘strange?’ man. But you managed to care for, integrate your past ex’s. A good thing to do.

All the images, people, animals, places we see in our dreams, are simply your own feelings, fears, hopes and wonder projected onto the screen of your sleeping mind as images. So, it makes sense to take the image of your dream person, thing or animal back into you and own it. In that way, you are meeting and dealing with the things about yourself you are not owning or conscious of. That is why dreams are often difficult to understand, because we are hiding things from ourselves. To do this you can use Being the Person or Thing

The cancer – I did realise.

Tony
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Dream Interpretation / Re: Ex-boyfriends
« Last post by marianne on February 21, 2017, 10:14:19 AM »
I should probably make it clear that the Cancer diagnosis was in real life and it was my own.
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Dream Interpretation / Ex-boyfriends
« Last post by marianne on February 21, 2017, 10:10:56 AM »
Hello again!

Sorry to be presenting another dream, but I've tried to figure this one out on my own and not making much progress.

Last night I dreamed that I met two of my ex-boyfriends. The first one was from my teens and was not at all serious. We were together only for a couple of months and he had a broken leg at the time. I found him a bit soppy and didn't like all of that, so finished it.
He showed up in my dream at some kind of student union type event. He said his wife had recently died.
Then I met another ex-boyfriend who I met just prior to a Cancer diagnosis in my twenties. Because of the diagnosis things never took off and again, it was never serious. He too turned up at this student union type event in my dream and called to ask me to meet him outside. He too said his wife had died. As we entered the building we encountered a gay couple having sex in full view of everyone through a glass door. I remember feeling both intrigued and disgusted that they would do it there in full view. I remember saying/thinking something like 'well that would never have happened in our day!'
We went back into the event (music, dancing, bar and food type thing) where I felt like I wanted to be there for both my ex boyfriends and divided my time between them, consoling them. But then I got fed up and introduced them to each other to let them console one another. I went to a nearby train station and ordered a hot chocolate at the café. A strange man approached me and we sat down together at a table to talk. Then I woke up.
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Dream Interpretation / Re: Flying up on to a cliff
« Last post by marianne on February 21, 2017, 09:32:20 AM »
Wow

Thank you for the interpretation.

Yes I have been the victim of persecution in the past, during more than one period in my life, so I do have a great desire to enable the underdog and consider myself lucky and strong for having overcome the victimisation I suffered.

With regards to the queue forming. To my mind that is probably more to do with my perceptions of my friend. She's the kind of woman who can really galvanize others...but yes I definitely am the kind of person who wants to share my life and abilities. I am frustrated though because I seem unable in real life to create enough wealth even to fully support my own children (I am a totally lone parent), let alone others, which is my greatest ambition. I want to write bestsellers for young people on the kind of JK Rowling/ Phillip Pullman scale so that I can help others. This has been my ambition for a long time, but I am beleaguered by self-doubt and frustrated by the fact that I cannot seem to make my own living from my talents (as a translator and writer) so find myself having to do other less inspiring work (as I guess we all do).

In any case, I feel inspired by your observations of my dream and I am going to work with it some more.

Thank you so much.

:)
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Dream Interpretation / Re: Flying up on to a cliff
« Last post by Tony Crisp on February 20, 2017, 10:57:04 AM »
Marianne – You start the dream in an ideal state of mind, with open mindedness and access to the deeps and nature within you. Dreams use images of things and people like an artist that uses pictures, videos from the world around us to try to form a way of translating what are formless parts of you into a way your personality, your conscious self might understand.

So, the friend is an aspect of you that can fly up from the body bound concept we have and explore the new. See http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/dimensions-of-human-experience/ and also http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/characters-or-people-in-dreams/

The flying machine is a simple way of saying that you have the ability to break free of limiting viewpoints or cultural norms. It is also a mixture of independent thought, ambition, and personal drive. Quite unusual.

You are obviously a person who wants to share the good things you have found in you, your life, and your abilities with others. You attracted a ‘queue of people’ by this.

But you are ambitious and have great and far reaching insights or realisations about what is possible. These are the local students and the stately home – See http://dreamhawk.com/dream-dictionary/house/#GrandH

I wonder whether you have taken on the role of someone who has been wrongly accused or persecuted - maybe not in a big way, that give you understanding of the refugees you work with. I am wondering this because I am from a mixed cultural background, and so was the victim of persecution, which gave me the ability to ‘fly’ above these cultural boundaries and see both sides. It is a wonderful step in personal evolution. So, I sense the dream is a big step in making clear your personal growth.

Tony
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Dream Interpretation / Flying up on to a cliff
« Last post by marianne on February 19, 2017, 12:22:33 PM »
Hello!

Last night/this morning I dreamed that I was on a golden sandy beach with a friend. She had bought a flying machine of sorts in which you wore the wings made of orange parachute material, ran along the sand, pressed a button on the remote control and lifted off and up onto the cliff at the end of the beach. She let me use the flying machine a couple of times, and then we attracted a queue of people who we shared the experience with. From this experience we met some local student teachers at a nearby teacher training college. They invited us up to their beautiful college further back on the cliff which was a stately home. They shared this stately home with refugees - to my delight as I felt they really deserve to be well accommodated (in reality I have recently done some voluntary work with refugees). Some of the teacher trainers (young women) accused the refugees of sexual advances, but in my mind I felt sure that they had misunderstood their attempts to be friendly due to cultural differences and fear. I was trying to explain and encourage them to allow the refugees to continue living there.
Any interpretations welcome! The last part seems fairly straight forward to me given my allegiances and current media tendency to create fake news.
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Dream Interpretation / Re: The Rock Kingdom
« Last post by Christine on February 15, 2017, 10:08:50 PM »
The dream and your writing gives me the sense that in order to have what you desire, you need to protect yourself and it while you are cultivating it.

This may be as simple as protecting yourself from distractions, including other people.  Learning to say "you will have to find someone else" for example.

I may be wrong...that is just my impression.
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Dream Interpretation / Re: my clone killed me???
« Last post by Christine on February 15, 2017, 09:57:05 PM »
I have had a lot of dreams about stores, so I thought I would share my thoughts about your dream.  Usually a store is where you go to pick out what you want and pay for it.

So, thinking about the interaction with your boyfriend...I am wondering if you recently gave up something you wanted for yourself?  It might not be a material possession.  It might be your creativity, your voice, an intangible value like your independence. 

The fact that your boyfriends Dad followed you both to the store...and they being father and son...makes me think some attitude toward women might be shared by them...in their blood.

I would think about the first part of the dream as if it happened in real life and ask yourself...what would make you walk out of the store without picking out and buying what you wanted?  You might watch your own feelings thoughts and behavior the next time you are with him and you want something different than he does.  Watch his behavior too.  This is not about someone doing something wrong...this is about you paying attention.

The reddish brown colored worm...makes me think of a blood color..maybe angry red...little penis...male aggression or even just the fear of it...getting under your skin.  The inner thigh is very sensitive...at least mine is...ticklish.  It is also kind of a "hidden area."

I would not worry too much about killing yourself in the dream...you can also resurrect yourself in a dream too.

I had a similar childhood, depression and anxiety for a long time.  The dream is telling you, you are strong.  You are strong enough to observe your Self and help your Self get what it wants.



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