Holiday Trip

This may mean you are feeling relaxed, or changing your feeling state. It may also show you feeling independent; satisfying your own needs; reaching a period of your life in which one can rest on ones laurels.

But a lot of trips or holidays are a way to get away from the stress of everyday life. Unfortunately that is not possible unless you have removed the causes of stress within you. See Opening to Life

Also it can be an attitude that allows you to explore or express in ways you usually refrain from, or a way it discover new things. Some holiday dreams end up being nightmares because of relationship difficulties through spending time together. Other ‘dark’ things occur in holiday dreams because we are relaxed and have time to think and so what had been held back through being busy can emerge.

A religious holiday can mean you are feeling a connection either with your religious beliefs of with the seasons of the year that such holidays represent. For instance Christmas represent the birth of the sun as the days start to lengthen after the sun apparently dying. Because we have a real connection with such festivals we may dream of them – we are all a part of the great cosmic cycles and were represented by many faiths before Christianity became dominant.

Example: I was fed up. I said to my husband, ‘Let’s take a holiday, just the two of us, get away from it all.’ I saw an advert in a newspaper for a log cabin, very secluded. We took it. On our arrival I was overjoyed. It was so neat and tidy, but very plain. The large bedroom had a double bed and a single by the wall. the sun was shining really brightly through the window. J. M.

Example: I was on board a pleasure cruiser on holiday with my wife. As I stood on a high deck I looked down and saw her sitting below with very tight knickers on and nothing else. As a man walked toward her the knickers came off or slipped down. The man was sexually aroused and started attempting to penetrate her. She only put up a token resistance, mewing a bit, but not fighting him off. I rushed toward them and kicked him off.’ Andrew P.


Useful Questions and Hints:

Was it a good holiday or did difficulties arise?

Did you use the holiday for something good?

What feeling arose during the holiday?

See Techniques for Exploring your DreamsSecrets of Power DreamingKarma Learning to Allow Yourself

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