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Concrete

Concrete in dreams represents how  you can mold yourself in different ways, for concrete can be a floor, a wall, the strength holding things together, a statue, barrier or a viewpoint that becomes a concrete reality.

Another way of seeing concrete in dreams was “it felt awful and I tried to move but couldn’t. The only way of describing it was as if we are all made out of the same stuff – as an example concrete – and as such we filled all space. So, the little space I filled could not move because all around was filled by others. I felt really stuck and wondered what I could do, but there seemed no way out of it. Yet I could not believe this was really how things were. This led me to thinking about my cousin Sid again, and his situation of being constantly linked with his mother. Then I realised that I was linked with Ros, and in feeling that I realised that I could move in at least two positions – me and Ros – because of the loving connection I felt.

Then came a flood of realisation, every person I had loved was another position I could be in; and then I knew all the animals I had loved and even people I had a casual relationship with. But there was even more because in dreams and sessions I had become or encountered amazing things, people, creatures, the Star Beings and others. I knew then that I was FREE to go anywhere and be almost anything.”

Concrete floor: This suggest you feel secure and supported by the floor, it points to your basic attitudes, principles and confidence; what supports you and you may take for granted, such as health, good will of others, the house you live in.

Potholes in concrete: The suggestion is that your present life is hitting some difficulties that are to do with a lack of basic support in your life. See Floor

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