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Dream Interpretation / Re: Dark night of the soul
« on: November 17, 2021, 08:21:06 PM »

Thank you very much for your feedback Mikey  :)
It is helpful for me to know that what I see is correct on a very practical level, which is merely the only level
at which I can see in dreams.

As dreams have lots of levels simultaneously, I am sure there are more profound meanings to be found with a "greater"
message, but that would be something for Tony to see.

Apart from your sense of humour I like the symbol of building a boat;
it will help you leave the shore to find something new.

Take care  :)

Anna

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Dream Interpretation / Re: Dark night of the soul
« on: November 16, 2021, 02:29:46 PM »

Hi Mikey 😊

What I see in your dream is your inner conflict that was part of the very difficult process of letting go emotionally of your (youngest?) daughter. 

It is the King archetype in you that enabled you to fulfill your role as a father to the fullest (a king who is shining like gold) AND to let go again of this role as you knew it (the daughter gets killed) in order to make place for different ways of relating to yourself and your child(ren). 

It IS a very noble and powerful process Mikey, as it is for the greater good of all involved! So having gone all the way you ARE a champion indeed!

Anna  :)


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Dream Interpretation / Re: Circle within a circle
« on: July 17, 2021, 01:29:49 PM »

Hi Romanov,

Your dream reminds me of Hexagram 9 of the I Ching;

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Gentle Restraint"

Winds of change
high in the Heavens:
Air currents
carry the weather.
Dense clouds
blow in from the west,
but still no rain.


https://www.ichingonline.net/

Or, as Tony has put it:

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https://dreamhawk.com/i-ching/hexagram-nine/

Hesitate from grand action and watch for change coming from an ending, or from within. There is no great good and no great bad in this enquiry, but it could be a time in which to relax and enjoy the outdoors.

If things have already entered into misfortune however, there is no power here to quickly pull out. Nevertheless the winds of change are blowing, so be patient until the time comes to make a shift. The winds of change do not blow strongly enough to quickly alter your position.

A great deal of creative power is shown, but because of the situation, there is nothing for it to grasp and work with. This is why only small changes can be made until shifts bring new and different opportunities.

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I am sitting in the smaller circle on a stool, with my gardening tools in a pot beside me, looking up.

Perhaps it is time to give yourself a break in wanting to move out of a situation you have found yourself in?

Anna :)


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Dream Interpretation / Re: The big question.
« on: January 22, 2021, 12:27:41 PM »

Mikey  :)

I appreciate your enthusiamus for your inner journey!

A wonderful series of dreams you share about your inner wolf and yes, I think so too that everything is connected in a way.
I am not sure though if we are talking about the same when we use the worth "path" as a symbol.
In my experience there is a difference in finding a path and creating a path.

"Finding a path" I perceive as looking in the outside world to find a for me new way/method/approach. It is a path that is laid out by others though and I will use the "take the best and leave the rest" approach, so that it is adjusted in such a way that it will work for me.

"Creating a path" is taking place in my inner world only by communicating with my unconscious mind in a "direct feeling way" as described in my last post.

Anna

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Dream Interpretation / Re: The big question.
« on: January 22, 2021, 09:25:24 AM »

Hi Mikey  :)

After having posted how I see your dream, I wanted to add something that I experience as helpful,
but then I was not able to post anymore; instead I was led to a webpage that said;
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A potentially unsafe operation has been detected in your request to this site.
Your access to this service has been limited (HTTP response code 403)
If you think you have been blocked in error, contact the owner of this site for assistance.

Ant then, when I was able to post again the next day, I forgot about what I would like to share with you too. Sooooo........

What I have learned is that "Intention is EVERYTHING" and I use dream experiences where certain feelings are involved
(for instance "I then feel a warmth rise up inside me,when it reaches my head I start to laugh.") as a way to set an intention that is anchored in a bodily experience too, rather than "only" in the mind.
By re-experiencing this feeling regularly (for instance by going back into the dream) I create a kind of pathway of "where I want to go" on an earthly level as well.

Anna

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Dream Interpretation / Re: The big question.
« on: January 21, 2021, 10:13:12 AM »

Mikey  :) It is good to hear about the good things happening to you; I am happy for you!

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Dream Interpretation / Re: The big question.
« on: January 20, 2021, 03:52:32 PM »
https://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/the-archetype-of-rebirth-or-resurrection/

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The Great Cycles of Life

The cycle of death and rebirth happen mostly to people passing from adult maturity to old age. It connects with physical and psychological changes to do with altered relationship with life and society, and with ones own body and self image. The cycle may appear in young people however, if they face death, physically or in a deeply psychological way. In ageing ones relationship with children or procreation alters. Whereas they were at one time consuming and motivating drives, they are no longer sustaining or motivating. Work and ones relationship with society may also undergo a similar change. The identity one gained from having a place in society, and connections with other people through being a mother or in ones work, falls away. The personality, the attitudes, the hopes and ambitions built from the many years of life as a procreative, creative person meshed into society, dies through the lack of a relationship with the world that sustains it. This ‘death’ may be very painful, creating a great and sometimes crushing sense of pointlessness, of having no value in the world, of having nothing to live for. In some cases these feelings are triggered by the onset of menopause in women, or impotence in men – but also for men the absence of a sexual life or family life, or simply the process of ageing.

One man described it as, “The feeling of being paralysed, or being unable to move. It is not so much a physical impediment, but a sense of having no motivation, no ability to want anything, no drive to reach out.”

Fears may arise as to what is happening. Such fears are based on concepts we hold regarding ageing or death. The loss of identification with oneself as a procreative and higly motivated person may seem to be a sign of emerging incapability or even senility. The fear then sets up a conflict with the process of psychic growth.

A woman who had worked as a nurse, describes her experience of this as, “‘The feelings I have about dying, about losing my drive to live, link with ideas of being incapable as one is in hospital. Those are feelings or ideas I connect with it. Those images have made it – or are making it – hard to meet.”

However, such a felt death is only a precursor to the experience of resurrection, and this leads toward a new relationship with oneself and the world. The attitudes and way of life that was necessary as a procreative, work oriented individual whose self image was largely based on family background, physical looks, sexual potency, ability to get the goods of the world or gain power, steadily shifts. It moves toward a sense of self that is centred more on what there is on ones existence that is more timeless and less ravaged by change than the body, the emotions, ones intellectual concepts and the social scene.

Have I Lost Everything?

The change that takes place in this experience of an inwardly felt death, may at times feel like losing everything, shedding the past, becoming completely insecure. It usually leads to the realisation in ones life of parts of oneself that were never lived before, or never allowed expression before. There is not in the end a loss of anything, only a gaining that requires one to let go of the dominance of what was previously important. From this arises a feeling of wholeness and connection with the world and self in a new way. In her book about the individuation process, Jolande Jacobi says, ‘…. transformation is an integral component of the individuation process, which in turn follows a line of development whose goal is psychic-totality.’

Hi Mikey  :)

What I see on a very practical level in your dream is that you get a kind of "preview" of what it will feel like when you remove your inner blocks by allowing part of you to die psychologically;
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I then feel a warmth rise up inside me,when it reaches my head I start to laugh.


https://dreamhawk.com/forums/index.php?topic=4964.msg12172#msg12172
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I can only hold my breath for 2 1/2 minutes,to get through the yucky tunnel I need to be able to hold my breath for 3mins. so in the dream I am reluctant & anxious.
This part may reflect the moment of death that is part of the process of rebirth.

I trust that this last dream where you are guided through the experience of death and rebirth can help you release your fear for this part of your process!!
See also https://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/secrets-power-dreaming/

Anna

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Dream Interpretation / Re: Heiros gamos dream
« on: November 05, 2020, 11:06:08 AM »

You are welcome Mikey!

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To dream of holding your breath represents a temporary need to forgo your comfort to get through a problem or difficult situation.....

Trust that your inner female will pull you through  :)

Anna

https://experiencelife.com/article/fear-of-moving-forward/

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Dream Interpretation / Re: Heiros gamos dream
« on: November 02, 2020, 05:00:31 AM »

You are welcome Mikey!

I do not believe it is so much about "being correct in understanding".

I would rather see this as you choosing some part of my post to look at/observe
and reshape it in such a way that It helps you find a piece of your inner puzzle you weren't looking for.
THAT is wisdom too  :)

Anna

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Dream Interpretation / Re: Heiros gamos dream
« on: October 31, 2020, 07:09:12 PM »

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I wouldnt say I have become a dream expert though, far from it.....

As always this is my kneejerk reaction to the dream based on my limited knowledge & understanding....

 Hi Mikey  :)

I wonder why you do not value the "little" understanding you have (and need)?

These direct experiences - "I have found on numerous occasions just when I think I understand a dream, it falls apart" - showed you that "IT" does not need more than your willingness to look (inside/at your dreams.....) and perhaps your little understanding to help you move along in your process.

Knowing that IT works that way is the best "knowledge on waking" I have found so far  ;)

Anna


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Dream Interpretation / Re: Mass extinction
« on: October 07, 2020, 05:16:57 PM »
:)    ;)

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Dream Interpretation / Re: Mass extinction
« on: September 12, 2020, 11:26:56 AM »

Hi Mikey  :)

I see you have become your own wonderful expert;

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I have found on numerous occasions just when I think I understand a dream, it falls apart............

"Things" ( dreams and /or part of your inner world) appear to be falling apart in order for something new to emerge.” 

Trust your process; no matter what !

Anna


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Dream Interpretation / Re: wildcat attack
« on: March 28, 2020, 01:42:22 PM »

Hi Aranlass  :)

Your dream may symbolize your "wild part" awakening which you perceive as a threat to the part in you that wants to conform;
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Often, because we were trained  or brought up to behave in a certain way anything that does not conform to that may be shown in dreams as wild or even dangerous. But in dreams, and even in some measure in waking life, it is  good to allow our wild side expression, for it is often a very creative side, and allows us to gather fresh insights. But wild should not mean dangerous to oneself or others. Wild means the wildness of natural animals, that have an inborn wisdom, intelligence and standard.

The wild is that ancient and untamed parts of your inner life that evolved over millions of years and is still very much part of you. Your actual brain still carries these ancient experiences that underlie your present personality. Your base brain for instance is called the R Complex, meaning the reptilian brain. What happens with the ‘wild’ in your dream shows how you are relating to this necessary and deeply instinctive and wise part of you.
See: https://dreamhawk.com/dream-dictionary/wild/

Perhaps reading
Women Who Run with the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype written by
Clarissa Pinkola Estes 
will give you a hand too?

Good Luck  :)

Anna

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Dream Interpretation / Re: End of innocence
« on: December 16, 2019, 01:28:28 AM »

Mikey,

I am glad you could hear "It". 💗

Anna 😊

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Dream Interpretation / Re: End of innocence
« on: December 15, 2019, 01:33:23 PM »

Hi Mikey 😊

I feel the dream is telling you that you do not need to go anywhere
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I do not know where I go from here.
because "It" is coming your way; 
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She runs across the road to join him.

The subtle feelings of the Love that just IS, are easily missed when you are not aware of them
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he has his back towards her,almost unaware she is where she is,
and they can be easily crushed or flattened by too much thinking, strong emotions etc.

Remember that the destruction of a concept is just that; the destruction of a concept; it can never destroy what IS.

Take Care!

Anna

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