Arena Amphitheatre Coliseum

This usually represent the focus of attention on whatever is happening in the arena. It is a mental ability to bring an unimaginable number of associated bits of information and experience together in considering something. The many people in an arena therefore show the amount of interest. It can also suggest an area or focus of conflict or contest.

The arena is also a place of drama, where the deepest moments of life are played out or examined. It therefore suggests something being dramatised or considered by you, something being witnessed, or a testing of oneself, as in a sporting event, especially if the area is a stadium rather than an arena. It can also show participation with others in life or endeavours. See: theatre.

If it is a coliseum type arena it often has associated links with being killed by wild animals or gladiators, or being in the role of gladiator. Usually it is about releasing fears or struggles from within you that you had not met before and may be frightened of or even terrified. As I often explain, whenever we dream its images are not like real life, because a dream is nothing like outer life where things can hurt you, but is an image like on a cinema screen that even if a gun is pointed at you and fired it can do no damage – except if you run in fear; so all the things that scare you are simply your own fears projected onto the screen of your sleeping mind.

Sometimes the entrance to the arena through a dark tunnel can be fears, struggles, or meeting powerful sexual urges and either be beaten down by them or deal with them. See Meeting yourselfEnergy Sex and Dreams

It is a place in which you can be a spectator, a judge or centre of attention.

Useful Questions and Hints:

Is there a big issue in my life I am in conflict about, examining or rehearsing in some way?

What is my attention focussing on at the moment or my dream is showing as important?

Am I involved with others in a way that is now being felt as important?

Use Acting on Your Dream to see what it suggests.

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