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miemoo

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Newborn turns out to be a bunny
« on: April 25, 2016, 01:55:57 PM »
I think I was packing to leave after being away with my family. Things felt disorganised and frantic. I didn't know where our things were and I was worried about time. My Aunt and Uncle approached me to show me their newborn baby, only it turned out to be a black bunny rabbit. They asked me to massage the baby (rabbit) with my essential oils as they thought their baby wasn't quite right - they wanted me to heal it. I agreed that I would as I felt that I could not say not but in my head I was thinking that I was too busy to do it and I didn't know how to massage / heal bunny rabbits! The children were thrilled to see the bunny and we decided to take it for a walk. I held it close to me, it seemed vulnerable, it's fur was very, very soft. As we were walking it jumped out of my arms and ran away. I didn't know how I was going to explain this to my Aunt and Uncle.

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Re: Newborn turns out to be a bunny
« Reply #1 on: April 26, 2016, 01:18:56 PM »
Miemoo – I have the feeling that you have a lot of ties with your family but you are trying to become more independent. That doesn’t mean you want nothing to do with them, simply that you wish to be less influenced by the family views.

Your uncle and aunty, as I may have said before, must not be mixed up with your actual relatives, but must be understood as your associations of them. If you have seen the film Avatar, you would have seen the native woman Neytiri, say to Jake, who was learning the inner life of her people, “Jake, I see you.” This was a thrilling moment in the drama, for it dramatised seeing Jake naked before her; naked physically, naked mentally, naked emotionally, naked of all deceits and masks. She was seeing his Core self and loved him.

Mostly we only relate to each other through our own likes and dislikes, our emotional reactions, our own thoughts and opinions, our own view. So I do not know what view you have of the aunt and uncle. See http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/characters-or-people-in-dreams/

But they gave you a baby animal to care for – a baby mammal animal. See http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/brain-levels-and-dreams/#mammalbrain

As the above piece suggest, the animal you dream about is actually a living part of you and your brain. Because of some associations with your aunt and uncle, you chose them to represent your meeting with a need you have to care for this animal part of you.

The childlike part of you immediately identified with the rabbit – identification is important in understanding you dreams. So if you can identify with the rabbit you will open the door of understanding. See http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/acting-on-your-dream/#BeingPerson

The fact the rabbit was black says that is an aspect of you that you are barely conscious of. It is worth meeting it.

Tony