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Dream Interpretation / Re: A visit from a female alien
« Last post by Sunflower on December 17, 2018, 08:41:08 PM »
Hi Tony,

i would like to thank you for started this topic about that female alien visiting you...funny, but even more very interesting where your female alien lead to..

The Reptilian brain....the dreamexperience was very special. It was not all. Against some of those highest mountains there was a school and before i experienced those reptilians coming from under the rocks i walked past that school. It was on fire, while children were attending class. When i come back later i see they solved the problem with putting wooden plates against the windows...while fire was still burning. I didn't understand...this must have let the children choke, though i knew they survived.
After having seen the reptilians i went to a swimming. It had several pools inside, specially made for seals. This was going to be my first time to see seals and i was very excited...

Back to the retilian brain...the fight, flight reaction. For some time now i'm going through a process which teaches me that for years (lots and lots of years) i've been in the surviving mode. Sometimes i already said that some things in life felt like survival, but i've never known how far i am in this...it's a painful proces, but i wouldn't want to miss it. To me, right now, this is a bit what life is about...i hope more clearity will come though... ;D

Dream Interpretation / Re: (Omnis cellula) e cellula?
« Last post by Sunflower on December 17, 2018, 08:25:00 PM »
Hi Tony,

still want to thank you for your reply. I understand what you are saying there.
I have the feeling the dream can go that way, but before the dream (and already for a while) i'm asking myself if maybe i'm one of twins (where the other possibly died in the womb)...several older dreams seem to point in that direction. According to this questioning there is also a dividing of cells.

In the dream i wrote the note also for the boy who was with me...in the dream he couldn't write, maybe even not speak. He felt silent and fragile. Somewhere in your blogs you also wrote about fresh ploughed furrows that could symbolize the womb.
For a little while now i'm also studying my birth chart. I have the moon in the 3rd house in sagittarius. The teepee was the housing for the indians...they carried bow and arrows just like sagittarius. The moon in the 3rd house is about siblings. The big round lightbulb in the tent could symbolize the moon.

Well...i think this will be continued... ;)
General Discussion / Re: Water - in waking life
« Last post by Sunflower on December 17, 2018, 08:10:54 PM »
Hello Helenmelon,

my opinion is that it is possible to look at the real life 'water' the same way as in a dream.
Just like with dreams one has the choice to do something with it or just leave it...maybe people could find it bizar to take the interpretations into the daily life, but i think one can use daily life as a mirror.
The water 'spoke' to you and you 'heard' it, sort of...otherwise you wouldn't have thought about what has happened to you lately...

Wish you all the best!



General Discussion / Water - in waking life
« Last post by helenmelon on December 16, 2018, 10:36:10 AM »
I've read that in most dreams water indicates emotions, moods and flow of feeling energy.  How does water relate to waking life?

A few weeks ago, while at work, I heard and looked up to find water from the floor above our office hitting down on the ceiling boards above my desk. I jumped away with my laptop.  That same day in an afternoon meeting a got a call from my building to supervisor to say my flat was flooding.  A water tank in my ceiling overflowed and flooded everything. At the time I had been going through a lot, struggling and feeling unsupported at work, feeling alone and without support in my personal life. I had been pushed to my limits caring for my father and seeing to his needs. I was also feeling agitated with the carer we employed who was supposed to alleviate the pressure, but seemed to add to it.  I'm also been struggling with being single and childless at the age of 36 while my friends have all moved along.

Is this just a coincidence? Or does this water have the same meaning as if I had dreamt it?

Greetings / Merry Christmas
« Last post by Tony Crisp on December 14, 2018, 09:56:51 AM »
I love Christmas, not because i go to parties or spend time with people, i live alone and I love that too. I love it because people seem to relax and reach out to each other and that creates a great atmosphere.

Dream Interpretation / Re: Tintin on a breakfast plate
« Last post by Tony Crisp on December 11, 2018, 10:41:59 AM »
Anna - Looking forward to 'the continuation' to see where it takes you.

Dream Interpretation / Re: Tintin on a breakfast plate
« Last post by - anna - on December 11, 2018, 04:22:35 AM »
Tony  :)

Thanks for sharing the way you see my dream.

I feel that  the village being covered in snow symbolises "going within" in order to clear out things in my own time and my own way.

THE snowstorm of all snowstorms merely reflects an "unexpected meeting in Vienna" which reminded me of a time in my life where I was not able to cope/cooperate with "Life" anymore.
This time I managed, merely because I was able to withdraw myself.

I see "not getting the right environment to fully grow and flower" culture based and not age-related, which perception is symbolised by this dream, in which I am merely in the role of observer:

I am standing in a meadow and I see a few ponies. A foal lies on the ground and I understand it must be dead.
The mare is protecting it and she is "crying" because of the loss of her foal.

Then there are many other people in the meadow as well and one person sends me away to get another person who - as I understand - will be able to help.

I enter the basement of my parental home and I open the door to a room where I see tables set in a square formation. The people sitting at the tables wear headphones and I understand this must be "a culture club".

A man gets up from his seat and approaches me and I understand that my presence is not wanted there.
I am not impressed by his attitude and I tell him that I am only send to pick up Claudia in order to bring her to the meadow.

To be continued  ;)

Anna  :D
Dream Interpretation / Re: A View of an Ancient Existence-Imported
« Last post by Tony Crisp on December 10, 2018, 12:28:46 PM »
Tonight I have been exploring the dream in which I saw the ancient structures.

One of the first clear things that I saw about the dream is that I am going somewhere. To go somewhere means that you are moving away from somewhere else. The suggestion here is that my life at the moment is in the process of change and I am leaving behind things as this process develops.

Secondly I am not travelling on the beaten track. I am off the main pathways finding my way and exploring what is left of old ways of life, old structures. And because of that I come across this huge revealing of an ancient past. This seems fairly clearly to be about my inner explorations where I am not taking the beaten track of everyday life but exploring places that other people perhaps don’t care to go. Because of that I have come across something that is revealed, but not seen by many people.

The Asian women I haven’t managed to get very deeply into, but may depict, or I feel when I stand in their role, that they are a different way of experiencing the world. They are very simple but have profound responses to certain things in life. So, when I look at this ancient mass of rooms through their eyes I feel awe. It is a religious awe, and I have the sense that what I am seeing through their eyes is something that has been passed on to me in my culture as legend. The legends tell of ancient times, ancient peoples and their way of life. In some way what they lived was, or is felt to be by me the Asian woman, as holy or powerful. And seeing it revealed makes me fall down on my knees. The reason being that this place has been exposed. Before it was simply a thing of legends, but now it has been exposed and seen to be real. It is like digging up a grave and what was hidden is now seen and open to the world. This means the power of it flows into the world today.

So, this suggests that I as Singya have already come across this in some way, and the power of it is flowing out into the world unknown by others, or by many others.

That is as far as I have got with the dream so far.
Dream Interpretation / A View of an Ancient Existence-Imported
« Last post by Tony Crisp on December 10, 2018, 12:24:38 PM »
I was walking through s slightly built up area. It was not a town but there were a few buildings about. There were a couple of women following me. I think they were Indonesian or at least Asian. I didn’t seem to be connected with them much. They were following simply because we were going in the same direction, or perhaps they thought I knew the way. In the background of my awareness or memory was the knowledge that I had made this journey before. It was in two stages, maybe because of length of time. So, at the end of one day there was a point one arrived at, then went on to the final destination the next day. I was still moving toward the first point. I believe in the original journey I had simply been a passenger and now I was making my own way and having to remember the landmarks.

The dream became very clear and alive as I was walking through a large ruined building. Some walls were still standing and I was climbing over them or walking around them to go in the direction I felt was right. Then I came to a thick wall about five feet tall. I clambered up on top of it to go over, but on looking down the other side I saw an immense drop. Beneath me was level after level of ancient structure going deep into the earth. It was all carved out of, or built out of the natural rock, with many rooms. It was as if something had gouged away a great chunk of it revealing the enormity of it. I sensed the age of it and that it was built by a long past culture. Certainly I could not progress in that direction, so I turned to my left where there was a regular road. I had been going my own way across the land instead of using the normal road – the two women had now gone their own way, realising I was taking risks going the direction I was.

The road was not like a modern road with cars on it. I had the impression it was mostly people on foot. As I stepped into the road, thinking I had better stick to it for a while, an enormous beast came lumbering toward me along the stretch from the direction I was facing. It was ridden by a couple of people I did not notice clearly, and looked something like a prehistoric beast, though not one I can identify. It was about two or three times the size of an elephant, about twelve to fifteen feet high at the head. This, the head, was round and enormous, with a huge mouth full of long teeth. It was waving its head about as it came toward me and I got out of the way as quickly as I could, backing into someone’s garden gate. The beast and passengers went by and I realised the beast was a grass eater, but nevertheless too big to stand in the way of.

I walked on and within a hundred yards or so came to a T junction. I recognised it as a landmark from the previous journey and turned right. In fact it also reminds me of a T junction near the first house my wife and I owned, that I knew also from early childhood.

Now I was surrounded by countryside, soft and open, slowly sloping down to a place I knew from my previous journey. It was the first stopping place, and I knew I would find friends and welcome there. I could feel it as I walked, like going home, and knowing I belonged in the place in some way, or was an acknowledged part of it. It felt good.

Dream Interpretation / Re: Massacre
« Last post by Tony Crisp on December 06, 2018, 12:06:25 PM »
Omega – Animus is simply a fancy name Jung gave to a part of you and us. As a part of your own nature you cannot really say, “...he's pretty angry.” You might say an aspect of you is pretty angry. So, what are you angry and murderous about?
In this dimension of dreams we are in a wider awareness, in this wider awareness you leave the limited view of the three dimensional world most of us are trapped in, and enter a world beyond time and space. So forget the clumsy explanations of telepathy and precognition, for they are explanations from the body’s limited senses. Beyond time we are aware of all time, past, present and future – all at once. So we do not look into the future, but are it. Our body life is to learn important lessons by being locked in time, space and our body, with its gender and limitations.
Strangely enough, quite a while before my friend knew he had cancer, he told me a dream just before he knew and later died.  In his dream an angel appeared to him and said to him, “Shaun, before you were born you lived a life without limitations.  Then you were born into this life with its difficulties and restrictions, because there were important lessons to learn.  But when you die you will return to that world where there are no limitations and no restrictions.”

I wonder whether there are things you will not admit to yourself and it is the way of dreams to attempt to show us. But it is not always easy to recognise where the events and situations of our life emerge from.  Sometimes we are the last to recognise or understand why we were born with a limp, continually struggle with income, or fail to manage dealing with yourself.

Of course I am simply guessing, but you have the ability to see into yourself, but it needs you to not keep projecting it out wards. In the recent dream Cockerel Chasing the Chickens, the man who calls himself Chick-Chick-Cockerel managed to do this and says about his dream, “Understanding this dream was too awful to see what was really going on about, too terrifying to be attacked by my own homosexual urges. Look at the dream. My father - masculinity - says the chickens won’t lay eggs while that chicken chases them. I deny it and say it is a cockerel. Of course, I am a cockerel, but I am inwardly a chicken. I am chicken because I won’t see my own homosexuality because I am psychologically castrated. I am chicken because I have made myself a passive female. My mother says it is not the size, it the - inner - attitude. Of course, my inner attitude, as a chicken, is changing. I have been the size of a cockerel, but with the soul of a chicken - female.

I did active imagination. The cockerel didn’t have the comb of a cock, but of a chicken. Then a cock appeared, the two merged - the neck became bigger and comb was as a cockerel. But it kept losing its cock-ness.

Yesterday, looking in the mirror I wondered why my neck was so scrawny in relationship to the rest of me. I have often thought that. But I felt it would develop as my manhood was now being released. That is it - I am just a scrawny chicken. God - it’s taking a long time to become a man, but it's on the way."

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