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ToBeAware

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Abnormal cat and me in a pit on a field
« on: July 20, 2011, 06:50:43 PM »
I am on a nice grassy field, there is a cat around me, on the behind of me I see another cat coming, I suppose it is the shy one I happened to lock in the basement for a couple of days (in reality), yes it was that cat, it passed me quickly running. On the other side of the field I see my own cat, and I feel both the I like him and the worrying feeling, because he can be bothered from other cats, and friends with some (in reality). I take some steps and am suddenly in a pit in the field. Around the pit walks an abnormal male cat, big, very muscular also in his face, and his fur has bright varying colours like floated spread around. I try to take control of him to make sure he doesn't bother the other cats, especially not mine who (in reality) is used to be chased from bigger cats. I am lucky with my attempt directly, the big cat seems to make no harm, but instead I am physically bothered because the big male cat wants to be too close too me.

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Re: Abnormal cat and me in a pit on a field
« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2011, 06:35:43 AM »
ToBeAware – This is surely about your feelings about attention from pushy males. In the dream it is all about how you are learning to deal with it. The first two cats are the different feelings you have – the shy you that avoids any contact and the better adapted side that manages to deal with the situation but it is not comfortable.

Sometimes you feel trapped by it all, even the colourful guy(s), but you are learning that you can control the situation.

And in the end what bothers you is that even the male you can contend with wants to be too close. So perhaps you need to work on how you handle your boundaries – all the subtle signals that either say ‘come on’ or ‘that is far enough’.

Tony