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-April 2017-09-11 2:15:01

I had put a twig like crown on my head and I got the impression that God thought I was making fun of the crucifixion. So all of a sudden like a sharp stick like bamboo went through the palm of my right hand and and square headed screw went through my wrist. In my other hand a red bruise formed on the middle of my palm and the top of my hand too. I was showing my friend Kim but was guarding it so much because it was painful. She kept asking to show her. I showed her my hand and said look and you could see the stick go right trough my hand. I showed her the nail too. We were all shocked! I said please God forgive me out loud over and over. Then I felt a sharp pain in my heart that made me fall to the ground. I was screaming God forgive me over and over. Then I heard an evil voice imitating me mocking me saying God forgive me God forgive me! It was so scary and real I woke up so scared. Woke my husband shaking and crying. This has never happened to me before.

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-Kate 2017-10-29 12:32:33

Hi, I had a dream last night which is puzzling me. I dreamt that my pet cat and another cat had managed to get hold of a golden eagle and were slowly pulling it down onto the ground. In the dream I was upset by this as I never like to see animals or creatures harmed. So I interfered with the process and suddenly a sharp pincer (like a long thin skewer) shot out of the eagle and stabbed my pet cat through the centre of its chest (the heart) and I could feel an open wound under my hand as I tried to stop the bleeding and could hear the screams of agony from my poor pet. I feel responsible for this. I try to put tissue over the wound realising that this is no way to treat a serious wound and that it will probably become infected. The pain of my cat was so vivid for me I could hardly contain myself and eventually I screamed “mum” at the top of my lungs! Although she didn’t come and a friendly, easy going man who is well known in the U.K. media came instead.

So grateful for any thoughts. I have read that eagles normally symbolise majestic powers but this eagle was not as I expected and was a graceful, silent killer. I feel that the cat represented my high achieving drive and ambition (punching above my weight). I feel that I am disconnected with that drive nowadays yet I’m conscious that that same ambition led to some stress problems, poor health and I am probably happier and more content now than I was albeit slightly lost career wise

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    -Tony Crisp 2017-10-30 10:27:00

    Hi – It would help you to understand your dreams, if you would read – http://dreamhawk.com/news/summing-up/ and also http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/features-found-on-site/ which has so much information in.

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

    Tony

    Kate – Your dream describes a strange double conflict in you.

    Remember please that you cat does not signify your cat, for all the people, animals, places you see in your dreams, are simply your own feelings, fears, hopes and wonder projected onto the screen of your sleeping mind as images.

    Remember also that your cat – dream cat – was also silently killing the eagle. But you were terribly influenced by seeing the same thing done to your pet.

    You describe your cat as “my high achieving drive and ambition (punching above my weight). I feel that I am disconnected with that drive nowadays yet I’m conscious that that same ambition led to some stress problems, poor health.”

    You seem to me to be so attached to that image of yourself – for that is what your cat in the dream is – and it left you feeling bad to have it killed out in you.

    The eagle represents the ability to achieve a much more inclusive view of your life, ambition and actions – and of course this view allows you to see or feel the outcomes. To me is seems a much better outcome than the “high achieving drive and ambition (punching above my weight.” That attitude I can see leads many people to burn out, depression, a sense of failure and even suicide. See http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/mountain-path/

    Strange that it was the ‘cat’ you that had brought down the much better ‘eagle’ you.

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-sara 2017-11-17 18:32:56

Hello, I wondered if you might help with a dream I can’t stop thinking about? I walk into a room (like a dressing room) in an official building where my husband was standing in a pair of tights enjoying the feeling and sensation of wearing them on his skin. We both looked at one another in slight shock/startled, him at being seen/caught and me at interrupting/catching him. He went to take them off but I said it’s fine just keep them on and that he had better get dressed. I felt guilty for making him feel uncomfortable and there was a sense that time was an issue, he needed to get dressed and be somewhere important. He put his trousers over the tights. The trousers were part of a uniform, like a army/military formal dress uniform.
I have no ties with the army/military – but in the dream there was a sense of responsibility and urgency to the uniform and to the meeting. I’m not sure if the tights were mine or not in the dream – it was more about the feeling, sensation of the tights on the skin and the pleasure my husband was experiencing wearing them (not in an overly sexual way, more sensual). I felt unnerved, hurt maybe that my husband was exploring/experiencing this sensation. The tights/pantyhose where a natural skin tone and feminine. I understand my husband is me in the dream but not sure I can make sense of being caught and covering up the tights in the military uniform all means. Any thoughts to untangle further would be very helpful. Many thanks.

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-Kristina Goransson 2017-11-23 6:40:39

Dear Mr Crisp!

I found your site and wonder if you would interprtet my dream?
I dreamt I was in the forest and then I saw I tree with maybe 5 or six big owls. I moved closer to take a look at them but they were lions sitting peacefully on their branches. They were facinating and I stood enjoying the moment.
I moved even closer to look at them and saw a big beautiful male, they were lions with spots in their fur like leopards, but otherwise looked like lions. When the big male looked at me, I thought time to slowly leave them be and turned, a little scared to have annoyed them.
Then I woke, but with the feeling of astonishment still there. Would you tell me if this dream could have a meaning of some sort, it would be really wonderful?! :))
Best wishes
Kristina from Sweden

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    -Tony Crisp 2017-11-23 14:29:15

    Hi – The answers I give arise not out of me thinking up things to say, but from fifty years of exploring dreams in depth. So some of what I write may seem wild. This may be because dreams arise and are experienced by a level of your mind or awareness that very few people have any concept or experience of – usually called the unconscious. Life dreamt in its creatures millions of years before even humankind awoke and developed self awareness or language. So to understand dreams we need to leave our thinking minds behind and go into our feelings and reactions – a much older level of awareness.

    But it would help you to understand your dreams, if you would read – http://dreamhawk.com/news/summing-up/ and also http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/features-found-on-site/ which has so much information in.
    Nothing can replace your own ability to understand your dream. With a little effort you can do this by practising what is described in – http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/acting-on-your-dream/#BeingPersonor http://dreamhawk.com/dream-dictionary/getting-at-your-dreams-meaning/

    Tony

    Kristina – Dreaming of being in a forest says that you are someone who loves being in and a part of nature. So much so you have begun to be aware of your own inner animals. To understand that please read http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/brain-levels-and-dreams/

    You first confronted your intuitive faculty, the owls. Then because of that you met the wonder of your mammal self but because you did not realise that nothing can hurt you in the dream world you became afraid and backed of. But all the people, animals, places you see in your dreams, are simply your own feelings, fears, hopes and wonder projected onto the screen of your sleeping mind as images.

    Temple of the Animals
    I travelled deep into the wooded mind of remembered things, into the jungled heart of forgotten faiths. And there in buried strata of memories, I stumbled into a grand temple, alive and watching, weighing me.

    For there, rank upon rank of creatures dwelt and looked upon me from ancient eyes. Eyes informed from the cascading forms flowing from the depths of time. Before my kind could walk the earth, those eyes were old. Emerging, mating, dying, in the torrent of their rising and falling flesh. Yet in the very midst of the torrential change, the timeless patterns gleamed. Shone in their life lustered eyes as I stood before them. Then wordless the questions came. And in silence they asked me…

    When you have hunted and gathered from field or flesh, do you share what you have with your mate?
    When young spring out of the womb, can you give of your body to them, and rise above conflict to protect them?
    When you meet one of your kind, can you treat them with respect according to their place in the pack?

    There was no need for me to answer for they read my heart. No perfect record there, but I had laboured long to feed my cubs. My mate had eaten as I had eaten. The wounds upon my body to survive were worn with pride.
    And so that mighty gathering took me then as one to them. My inner beast rose up to take the blessing, all conflict between us gone.

    I the animal! I the human!

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