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neoyork

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Unknown Corpse in My bathroom
« on: July 07, 2014, 12:36:09 PM »
I never dream about death or think about death. Last night I dream the following:

My Dream
There was a corpse of an unknown person in some sort of vehicle. The corpse was inside a very simple black (i think) wood coffin. I helped take the coffin/corpse out of the vehicle into what seem like the funeral home (which had many people in it). One strange thing is that this funeral home had cubicles (like an office) but it also have a couple of beds. I personally removed some of the cubicle panels in order to make room for the coffin. However, we did not have a table for the corpse and somehow to take the coffin into my house and placed it in the bathroom. So there is was the corpse lying in the bathroom of what was supposed to be my house. I did not know the person in the coffin.

Possible related facts:
1) I have a fear of loosing my job, but might be a very stable job (been there 8 years)
2) Someone from my past offered my a new job paying more than what I am currently making
3) As a child I used to have a very significant relationship with God. Situations in life have completely changed me and I feel like a lost a gift. I want to have that gift again.
4) I was thinking of all the facts above right before falling sleep.


Questions after the dream
1- This means I should go for the new job, because i will loose my present job? or witching to the new job is really the mistake?
2- Does it mean that that gift is gone for good? or those it mean that I have an opportunity to get it back?
3- None of the above, what does it mean then?

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Re: Unknown Corpse in My bathroom
« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2014, 09:13:34 AM »
Neoyork - I have learned so much from receiving enormous number of dreams I see that many people need, as I did, an upgrade in understanding. So in case you haven’t already seen it, please read http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/questions-2/#Summing

Virtually every image and scene in a dream is an expression in symbolical form of aspects of your own mind, feelings and fears. So the dead body is almost certainly an aspect of you. Probably a part that was hurt at some time or was never given a chance to live in your daily life. If you doubt that please see http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/acting-on-your-dream/#BeingPerson

The black coffin suggests that you were completely unconscious of the part that died, that is why you say you did not known the person in the coffin. You needed to take the coffin home because you needed to ‘bring it home’ to yourself, because in our dream world - inner world - things do not die, and often need to be resurrected from nearly being forgotten altogether.

It is interesting that you want to have that gift of God again. That is such a powerful plea in our dream that it explains the dream even more. To know god as you did as a child you have accept the whole you - even the parts that have been left for dead. The reason is that you are a living child of God. As it says, “whatsoever you do unto one of these you do unto Me”. That means that we are all God incarnate. So allowing a part of you/God to die means you have lost your relationship with the Highest.

So your dream was an answer to that plea, and of course it also includes any plans you have about work - for Life/God/Creator is the very core of you and so is interested/fascninated/intimately a part of whatever you do.

What can you do about it? Well you could see the following. I know I have quoted it before, but it is an excellent example of how we become and find a dead body and what you can do.

Example: “It was something like a semi detached house and sited on a slope. I was outdoors and I think felt or knew that we had just taken over this house. But I felt uneasy as if something from the past was linked with it.

Then I was at the back of the house, on the part sloping down from the back wall of the house. I noticed things covering what turned out to be a big hole dug against the back wall, deep into the soil. This was where I felt most ill at ease about the place.  The hole had been covered with bits of board and other odd pieces of junk. I lifted these at the left of the hole and looked in. Sticking out from the side of the hole, about three feet down was the dead body of a young man. I could see the back of his skull had been smashed in. But although he had obviously been under the soil for some time, and had now been uncovered, the body was still in good condition, being slightly dried out or mummified.

I felt really guilty and connected with the body, as if I had been part of his murder, and was wondering frantically what I could do to hide or get rid of the body. Part of the problem was that pulling it out risked being seen with it.

In ‘being’ the body and exploring 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.”

If that doesn’t work for you could try http://dreamhawk.com/inner-life/clicking-on/ or http://dreamhawk.com/body-and-mind/methods-of-awakening/

Tony
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