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Dream Interpretation / Re: Sun in the rain
« on: January 16, 2019, 06:03:13 PM »

Your last sentence hit home with such force that it took me a while to absorb and respond to you. :o

My mother was a controlling schizophrenic, who wanted the lives of her five children to revolve around her. Suffice it to say she succeeded quite well, as 4 out of 5 of us are single, never having been in a relationship.

I am 46+, so very much middle aged and ugly. And I think this dream came as a response to my internal argument. I was thinking that I never had children because I didn't want the psychological issues carried to another generation, and how in some ways its a good thing.  But maybe deep down, I know its her, and its hard to forgive her, for wasting my fertility.

With much love to you


Dream Interpretation / Sun in the rain
« on: January 08, 2019, 06:06:45 PM »
Hi Tony,

I hope life is treating you well. Seasons greetings.
Writing after a long time, as mostly I attempt to interpret a dream myself. However this dream left me disoriented for the day. So I need an expert opinion.

It's the old house where I grew up. One of it's room was semi constructed, space for two windows had been left but no windows had been installed. Brick walls would show because there was no plaster, and the roof was made of corrugated sheets. I am standing on the ledge of these windows, looking at the first floor neighbours window and there AC. Later, my brother is standing there with me but then he gets down and leaves saying something I don't remember. From the same window sill I see a light grey sky with a perfect round, sun. It's windy and it's drizzling, I can see the rain drops in the wind going in all directions but amid all that, the sun is very much there shiny, and round.

Later my mom is sitting in front of the other window in the same room. She is saying something, and as I look up, I see around five unattractive men, walking in a file on the neighbors roof and are looking at me. I tell Mom, who asks me to ignore them, but I go and stand by a wall, away from the gaze of men, and listen to my mother talk.

Its a bright sunny day, and a couple with their children are standing in a bazaar or a road. The husband is ugly. And they have two children a girl and a boy. Apparently I am middle aged and ugly, and I am giving advice to the woman in the couple about child rearing. She is young, fair, pretty, and pleasant with red lips. She tries to answer my objections but I don't let her, I keep talking. And I think, why am I giving her advice, when I don't have children of my own?!

Please help. Thank you.


Dream Interpretation / Re: Jugs
« on: October 03, 2017, 05:54:56 PM »
Thanks Tony. I am really confused.... :-[

My feelings for my boss are; that I like him, and I also detest him at times. So you could say they are conflicting at best.  The boss himself seems interested in getting to know me, but till now I have kept a safe distance. Strictly maintaining a boss-employee relationship.

Though I have not given mustache much thought lately, I remember, that I used to think that it represents a certain state of mind. Maybe men think they look more masculine, more strong, if they have one.  Trying to alleviate themselves in the eyes of others in some ways.

Jugs are the last thing that I think about these days, so that draws a blank. Is plastic worse than glass in dreams? And why green?

If this could help clarify it a little more, I would be grateful.

Thank you

Dream Interpretation / Jugs
« on: October 01, 2017, 06:28:13 PM »
Hi Tony,

Back on this forum after a long time. Hope all has been good at your end. :)

"I am lying sideways on a bed with white sheets. I am wearing a light blue printed shirt and white loose trousers. I am assuming that I am hiding myself with pillow on my face.  Right across from my bed is my boss sitting on a chair watching me.  He has a mustache, which he doesn't have in real life. I decide I might as well get up as the pillow doesn't hide all of me. There also seems to be a third person, somewhere on the side of the room, whose identity and presence are not well defined. As I sit on the bed, I see a slightly old, unclean, cloth lying on the ground.  On that cloth is one green, plastic jug/pitcher which belongs to me, and then there are several others, of different shapes and designs, all green.  All the other jugs have been brought at my boss's behest to match the one, that is mine, but they are all slightly different shades of green. There is no exact match.

None of the jugs have any water in them.  Its almost like they have been put there for exhibition."

Couldn't understand it, so writing to you.

Thank you

Dream Interpretation / Re: Rejected and Emaciated
« on: January 05, 2016, 07:26:19 PM »

Well I guess its time for me to grow up, Tony!

Your golden statement is "the girl who is still with feelings and yet is not thrown by them.".  I think I am getting there..... fingers crossed.

May you live long!

Dream Interpretation / Rejected and Emaciated
« on: January 03, 2016, 04:13:31 PM »
Dear Tony,

Your advice needed please!

"Zee is sitting on a circular, three-legged, white stool beside a single bed.  Sitting on the single bed are two young girls.  One is darker than the other.  I walk into this room and go plonk myself on the bed between the two girls. The dark girl on the right hand side,closer to Zee, is informing him about her plans of the future.  Which if I remember correctly have something to do with leaving her job and getting settled down with him.  He answers back, that these are not his plans or that he is gay.  Now even in this dream  I am thinking that this girl has assumed too much.

Anyway, at this point I cringe at witnessing this, and I want to get up and leave the room.  As I am about to get up, the dark girl starts crying, having her heart broken by Zee's response.  Surprisingly, as I get up instead of leaving the room, I head towards the girl and embrace her.  As I take her into my arms, I feel her crying is deep, and she is emaciated. I am almost holding a skeleton. Her clothes are loose on her, and her trousers almost slip down, which I pull up.  At the same time, Zee (who is sitting behind me) pulls down the corner of my shirt which has risen up on my butts.  I realize that I don’t want others to see her crying so I take her to another room, and I still hold her in my embrace.  The other fairer, healthier girl was left behind sitting on the singe bed."

Zee is a dear male friend. He is gay. But over the years his body language had been very confusing. I thought he had been interested and for sometime had been without a guy.  Then one day, I got to know that he got back together with a guy who had earlier betrayed him.  I confessed my feelings to him, and I was scolded in return.  I feel deep hurt sometimes, but most of the days, I have taken it well.  I vacillate between whether I should remain friends with him or break all ties!  Am I not accepting the fact that I am deeply hurt?

Your interpretation would help me back on the right track!

Best regards

Dream Interpretation / Dead Cockroaches
« on: November 07, 2015, 11:04:02 AM »
Dear Tony,

I live in an old apartment building with old drain pipes. So from time to time, I get surprise visits from medium sized red cockroaches, who crawl up the drain. Eeeeeky I know!  :-[

And the dream is:
" I walk into the lounge from a bedroom, and my sister screams, bringing my attention to a small round eyed insect, stuck rather comfortably between my fourth and pinky toe. As she yells, I flail my leg in the air and get rid of the insect.  And at that moment, I observe that there are many, many, dead cockroaches on their back, on the floor between my sister and me."

Awaiting your insight!


Dream Interpretation / Re: Dead Mouse
« on: October 26, 2015, 05:59:43 PM »
Phew Tony! For a second there I thought, this dream might be about Finances.

I have consistent digestive issues, so you might actually be spot on.  I tried to think like a hungry mouse, and stumbled on the idea of eating fruits.  But I am sorry, I cannot go as far as eating insects.  :)

Thanks a million!


Dream Interpretation / Dead Mouse
« on: October 24, 2015, 07:45:28 PM »
Hi Tony,

Hope all is great at your end!

As part of a long winded dream, most of which I don't remember, is this absurd scene.  I open a door to a dark room, and am shocked to see a grey, dead mouse.  The dead mouse seems to be standing up, being eaten by a whole lot of worms.  This dead mouse in sitting on top of a thin, square foam which is covered by a dark cover.

Could this be a health related dream? I would be grateful for any clues that might help?

Best regards

Dream Interpretation / Re: Boss, Field & Plastic Baskets
« on: October 04, 2015, 05:47:01 PM »
Thank you Tony!

It is interesting how a cheerful, happy dream can be followed within a few days by a nightmare.  Before I could absorb the full scale of your interpretation, I have had this nightmare,which includes a dead field (grave yard) and a cemented mandala in the middle of it (among other very depressing symbols).

On another note: Is it possible for the prophetic dreams to lose their meaning/importance/validity within a few days, depending on whatever is happening in reality (in parallel)?

Best regards

Dream Interpretation / Boss, Field & Plastic Baskets
« on: September 27, 2015, 07:59:17 PM »
Hi Tony,

Hope all is great at your end.

In this dream, there is a motorcycle and a colleague mimics my boss and makes fun of him.  There were other details that I have forgotten.  Then I am in a semi-circular room with many windows.  This room reminds me of the style of bungalows that were made in 1960's and 1970's here.  The room seems like a library, or a room full of books at least. The boss, his older brother and a third man with white hair are behind and around a table, right in front of an open window.  I ask them about a disease I have, apparently they read about the disease or its cure in a newspaper.  They are not giving me a straight answer.  All answers seem to be in jest.  The guy with the white hair said, its in Boston Globe.  I turn around and respond equally in jest, that I do LOVE all of you.  And love is somehow in capital letters.  At this moment it crosses my mind, that I hope the man in the middle (my boss) doesn't take it literally.  As I turn around I pick up two plastic baskets: one square and broken from a side and another smaller, circular one, sitting in the square one (a circle within a square).  And I have my actual brown bag with black handles dangling from my right shoulder.

As I leave taking the baskets and the bags with me, the thought crossing one of the brothers is "thank goodness she is taking her baskets with her" and the other one (my boss) thinks,"she is taking her baskets as well!?"   With my things in my hand, I go down a spiral staircase.  The steps are made of pure grey cement, no marble or mosaics. 

The weather outside is very sunny, clear blue skies. There is a feeling that the external staircase leads to a dirt lane in a grown green field probably wheat.  The feeling and the colours of this dream were refreshing.

Your thoughts please.

Best regards

Dream Interpretation / Re: Thorn, Bougainvillea and a Soldier
« on: August 19, 2015, 08:14:24 PM »
Dear Christine,

No I don't mind you intepreting at all.  The more the merrier!   :)

That can change now.  Acting with wisdom is actually simpler than we make it out to be.   

Thank you for giving hope.  And I completely agree that wisdom is simpler than we make it out to be!


Dream Interpretation / Re: Thorn, Bougainvillea and a Soldier
« on: August 19, 2015, 08:08:35 PM »
Dear Tony,

You are spot on about;
"was probably something you both carried maybe from the way you were reared, and so was restimulated by your sister."

My mother was a schizophrenic, anti-social, anti-human, compassion-less being, who thought everything was negative with the world.  I sometimes feel, my sister has been unable to shed those learnings, and views the world in the same way.

And yes, I have experimented with a "different sort of a holiday" when the darkness was worse, and it more or less had healed me, till now. I don't want to go back to that black hole again.

Thanks for the references.  I will be reading them all.

Best regards


Dear Both,

Have a great break!

Best regards

Dream Interpretation / Re: Thorn, Bougainvillea and a Soldier
« on: August 15, 2015, 05:32:35 PM »
I am very much in the dark room, these days Tony. 
Its interesting how vacations are supposed to lift your spirit, specially if you have enjoyed them, but I came back completely listless.  I was happier when I went. I wonder if unconsciously, I absorbed my sister's negativity? 

Its difficult to see a way out of darkness.  I know action is the remedy, but the problem is depression takes away any energy to act, to act with wisdom.

I do appreciate your help though. Thanks.


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