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Messages - Tony Crisp

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Jake – I doubt very much that you are having the same dream as this beautiful girl – the reason is that she is the feminine part of yourself. See http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/archetype-of-the-anima-the-female-in-the-male/

I know that doesn’t feel right, but having been through trying to find such a woman, it took me a long time to figure the truth. And the truth is, as far as truth is explainable in words, that we are all mixed sexes. So you have nipples, and women have a tiny penis hidden usually out of sight – the clitoris. Our dreams are forever trying to get us toward our wholeness.

Now in our dreams, if we get beyond seeing them as frightening, or as a reflection of physical life, we have no gender, and can be either sex, or something else. But because in our body we are only half of ourselves – only male or female – we constantly search for what is missing – our female or male self. This causing an awful lot of suffering because we go and fall in love with a woman who we feel in our soul mate. What we are looking for in such women is the female principle which we have lost.

But in our dreams we go in search of it and can actually find it and become whole again – though it is not easily gained. Remember the story of the Sleeping Beauty. The prince has to cut his way through brambles to get through. He sees that many others have died in the attempt. Then when he kisses the sleeping princess she wakes and they marry. In other words the dreamed of lover was woken from the unconscious and they become one. See https://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/what-is-the-unconscious/

Like you, I could never quite make her mine. In one dream I couldn’t get into the place we could marry. In another I didn’t have the right qualities. But I eventually managed it. Only then could I begin to love an actually woman. But since then I was led to meet her - see https://dreamhawk.com/dream-dictionary/tree-trees/#Spirit

So I wish you God’ speed in your quest for love. See a description of a small part of my own journey http://dreamhawk.com/relationship-sex/the-bliss-of-becoming-one/


Dream Interpretation / Re: Running in Fear
« on: September 29, 2010, 11:44:47 AM »
Ana – You are mixing up your waking life with your dream self. Nothing can kill you or harm you in your dreams. What happens is that we run in panic from our own fears and emotions. And because we are avoiding our fears, they can chase us forever.

When you felt a change in your dream, it was because the intensity of your fear lessened. If you faced the fear it would change into a scene of beauty – believe me I have done it.

Please see https://dreamhawk.com/dream-dictionary/masters-of-nightmares/

I know that if you use some of what is said you can dream a new life.

A man exploring his dream of seeing someone murdered, said:

In ‘being’ the dead body in the dream the man said, “But it wasn’t until I got into the role of the dead body that any depth of feelings emerged.  Almost as soon as I was in the role of the dead body I began to think about and feel things connected with the way I had killed my sexuality as a teenager.  Gradually these feelings deepened and I was describing my feeling hatred in regard to sexuality and how the masses were pulled along by their genitals into some sort of conformity and performance.  I felt anger and loathing for what I felt at the time were the cattle human beings were. At the time I despised and hated them.  I also felt repugnance at the way people talked about sex or appeared to enjoy it.  It has to be understood that in that period in history in the UK, most of sex was depicted in terms of smut, dirt, animal desire, hidden pornography, or loveless fucking.   I wept deeply, at times hardly able to breathe, with the pain of seeing what I had done to myself.  I said sorry over and over.  I saw that I need not have killed my love and sexuality, but could have expressed it in a tender and loving way.

So ask yourself, "What do I feel is being killed in my, or what am I murdering in myself by suppressing or being terrified of." The man was using https://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/acting-on-your-dream/#BeingPerson


Dream Interpretation / Re: stars
« on: September 28, 2010, 02:22:50 PM »
Wow ADR – This a really wonderful dream. I wonder what you have been doing to bring such a dream to you. Have you been meditating or thinking about the future or the meaning of Life?

It has a similar opening to a very impressive dream I had some years ago. And that turned out to be a message about predicting the future – or at least suggestions about possible outcomes.

So your dream has all the marks of such a dream, and it is even spelled out for you in the email. I believe many people are having such dreams about transformation, as it is very special times we live in. That you are one of those who is warned in a dream shows you can go on from here. So it feels like a real turning point for you, and one that will involve you in the coming changes we all face.

But remember this is from deep inside you and usually takes awhile to show on the ‘surface’.


Dream Interpretation / Re: Being attacked by a samurai with a big knife
« on: September 26, 2010, 01:10:20 PM »
Hi Len - Quite an opponent you have dreamed up.

Two ideas or images come to mind. The first is that the blood on the Samurai blood is very similar to being blood brothers in another culture. Also I have come across another 'dream' in which a conflict went on forever without resolving - as yours promised to do - and in that one the dreamer realised there could be no resolution to this and gave up by throwing down his sword. The result was a wonderfully change in the dreamer. In fact a new life.

Also you cannot be killed in a dream. All you can experience is the anguish and perhaps fear of dying, but in dreams you cannot die - or drown, or burn or any other threatening thing. We make the mistake of taking our very real values from our outer life into our inner life of dreams. So it will do you no harm to throw down your sword and challenge your opponent to do his worst. That is a very powerful thing to do. Or you could realise that actually a dream is a very real virtual reality all created by your feelings, thoughts and fears, and so you could see your opponent as an exteriorisation of yourself and draw him back into you and gain his power.

Anyway, what an amazing dream. No fear or running - just watching and reacting.

As far as interpreting the dream - I feel you have been influenced by Japanese culture, and in the Samurai opponent you are meeting your more daring and strong self. What will you do with all the fire and power? There is something about family here to, as swords can be passed down through many generations. So ask yourself what is passing down to you.


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