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Dream Interpretation / Carl Jung Substituting
« on: April 19, 2016, 05:47:55 PM »


     Dreamt that Carl Jung was substituting for an art class I was taking. I am an artist and had studied at this school. I also enroll occasionally in courses in order to use the equipment.

       On the last day of class I went to see him but was afraid to approach so I lingered by a small round table. I finally went to his desk and he said very firmly and directly, “You take very careful notes.”
I asked him if he liked being here and he seemed annoyed. I might have asked the question first and then he told me about my note taking. I took it as an observation on his part.

I realized that everyone in the class had made great progress on their projects (one girl had woven an entire rug) but that I had not accomplished anything that I could tell. I felt afraid and embarrassed and like I was losing control. Not really sure what I was doing out there. I seemed to be looking at everyone else’s work and not doing any of my own. There was a sense of dying or even suicide that was around.
I know there were two women that I associate with this feeling.  A mother and a daughter were in a different place with lots of windows on one side of a building. I felt pressure and gravity. Almost as if I were acting like them so that I would be protected, but that it was a burden to keep doing it and I was tired. Protected from what?

Dream Interpretation / Re: Tiger in Athens
« on: January 23, 2016, 03:18:25 AM »
Thank you, Tony for your reply and insight. Your website is a virtual treasure trove of information for someone seeking information about this fabulous inner-world. I particularly enjoyed the link to brain levels and dreams-along with the discussion about Carl Jung's statements about the ways we can sit with the unconscious. I read in one of his books recently about "giving a hearing" to the issues that are living in our unconscious-not repressing and not acting on, but letting them have voice. How hard that can be to do, but the payoff is truly worth it!

Thanks again,


Dream Interpretation / Tiger in Athens
« on: January 21, 2016, 06:13:52 AM »
Athens Apartment Tiger

I am in Athens, Greece and am looking at apartments. I am very happy because I get to see inside all of these wonderful places at long last. (In Athens, the exteriors of apartments often disguise utterly beautiful interiors).

Not sure if it is my husband, but someone is with me but I never really quite see them.

At one point I am on the street looking up at a building and see a tiger inside a second floor apartment. I say, my god, it’s a tiger in there! I am amazed but also feel badly for the poor thing as it is shut up inside like that. Just as I feel sorry for it, it leaps out (the sliding glass door suddenly disappears) and effortlessly jumps over the balcony and right over my head. So silent and powerful. The other person present says something about being afraid or that I should be afraid but I am not. I am in awe. I feel happiness that it is free.


the tiger seemed kind of pale in color –not the bright orange and black, but it had good spirit and instinct. I felt connected to it or more like we were connected-that it too was aware of that. I also felt as if it needed me to show up so that it could be free-that I had somehow facilitated it’s freedom by being present. kind of like it had been waiting around for me for a long time.

General Discussion / Re: The Start of Lucid Dreaming
« on: June 07, 2015, 09:02:02 AM »
So why did we leave behind instinctual awareness to develop self-awareness?

General Discussion / Re: The Start of Lucid Dreaming
« on: June 07, 2015, 08:58:23 AM »
I enjoy your articles very much and thank you for providing your writings and knowledge here.
I come to this site frequently after poignant dreams, and always find the content here helpful.

General Discussion / Re: The Start of Lucid Dreaming
« on: May 06, 2015, 08:36:27 AM »
I see what you are saying. It is a bit intimidating. I have read many of your articles and can grasp the content, but realize that this is a process. I appreciate your taking the time to respond (Anna as well) to my dream content. It is often difficult to find ears that are open to these kinds of things. Thank you. I have always looked forward to dreaming-ever since a child. Always active and vivid. Even shared dreams with my son and husband-same themes etc. I have always payed attention.

General Discussion / The Start of Lucid Dreaming
« on: May 02, 2015, 08:42:56 AM »
I have been experiencing lucid dreaming now for a few months.
Last night I dreamt that I was being pursued by a male attacker and suddenly became aware that I was in a dream-so I said to myself I would face him instead of run from him. I was instantly given a laser weapon and waited upon a hilltop for this attacker to show himself. He never turned up and I was left bored and disappointed. Mind you, I was lucid all of this time. My feeling at the time was one of disappointment because my dreams have always been so fantastic all of my life. Suddenly I felt like the mystery and intrigue of them had been sapped and that they were now just like everything else. I don't want my dreams to be boring! For the last forty years they have given me so much joy with their mystery. Now, if I am a conscious observer, I feel that they are tainted. I liked it better when they were a mystery; what am I to do with them now? Their meaning has changed. How is it that I can know I am dreaming? I find that unsettling.

General Discussion / Telling Myself I'm Dreaming?
« on: April 30, 2015, 05:23:15 PM »
I normally call my husband every morning around 8:30 in the morning-as he goes to work very early and I am a late riser.
This morning I dreamt that I was calling him and the call didn't go through, so I dialed again. Again there was nothing, so I look at the phone and say, "what's wrong? why won't this call go through"? And a voice immediately says,"Because you're dreaming, stupid"!

Dream Interpretation / Hindu Monk Healing Me
« on: July 15, 2014, 05:58:37 PM »
I am with a Hindu monk in a room (dining room) I don’t recognize but in my dream felt like my mother’s house. He is wearing orange. The walls are white and the furniture is not my style and it seems middle class and dull and overly clean.
The monk is busy teaching me and also performing some healing act—going all around me and focusing on certain areas of my body and then moving on. I mention a pain in my neck—the left side (that is always giving me trouble in waking life) and he assesses it—determining that it is serious and needs a ritual.
He begins the ritual—and during the heat of it, my mom walks in—looking for something—trying to be quiet but intruding anyway. The monk says to her ‘Marilyn, you need to go” in a very firm voice—and she does.

After the healing session I suggest to the monk that I perhaps should go to a doctor and he laughs—slightly insulted that I would doubt his healing ability. I noticed that the pain was gone. I also remember seeing a watery-deep blue/electric color when I felt the pain.

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