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Christine

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Eye of God or Eye of Horus? Seeing Myself As My Son
« on: September 29, 2012, 08:14:43 AM »
I am looking at a three dimensional, yellow or gold pyramid with a giant eye on the front.  It has no pupil or eyelashes, but the eye is blinking.  Like a ventriloquist, the eye is blinking as a woman with long blonde hair is speaking.  She is standing to the right of it.  She says "I am not a machine....I am trying to protect you."

In the second part of the dream, I am in the street in a neighborhood.  I see a small dark boy run towards me and several men chasing him and shooting at him with guns.  He almost gets shot, but I pull him out of the way and we look through the houses to find his family.

We find his family...they are from India and are all sitting in the meditation pose in the living room and coversing with me.  I tell them that he almost got shot.  One of his family members says  "You saved his life...you are a goddess."  I feel surprised by that description and think that I would be comfortable being my own goddess rather than one to be admired by others. 

Someone takes me into a back room to a beauty salon and sits me down in front of a desk.  Someone in back of me starts to shave my head and I say no I do not want a haircut today.  Someone tells me I can come back later in the week.

The last part of the dream...I am standing in front of a mirror with my head hanging down.  I slowly lift my head up and run my right hand up the side of my neck to my cheek.  When I look in the mirror I see my cheeks, a pointy chin (which neither of us have), my sons brown eyes and not my own blue ones and his brown hair.  He is also a little taller than me.

My son is 15...is sweet natured, has autism, is non verbal and no longer lives with me.

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Re: Eye of God or Eye of Horus? Seeing Myself As My Son
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2012, 04:41:09 PM »
Hello Christine,
Our unconscious mind is an integral part of our make up. It has many duties to perform, and it takes those to task. It is observant of all that we encounter and with the wealth of information that it gathers, comes a very sophisticated system of storage and use of the information.  
In your dream you are experiencing an "wide" awareness (a bringing to consciousness) of that which has been observed and the feelings associated. The words that you hear in the opening of your dream, express the intent of the wonderful higher self, as it works as a protector and mentor. The awareness that you are receiving is important.

Let's look a bit further-
In the second part ... you are made aware that someone in your midst (or perhaps even an aspect of your own persona) is the focus of an emotional assault or ridicule for decisions or waking life actions.  Apparently you, and possibly even others, are being hard on yourself with regards to these waking life decisions.  

Self evaluation, is the order of the day, but it appears as if you have decided not to change a way that you feel about yourself. You seem to accept and identify with the responsibilities that you are faced with, yet is not easy. You are not ready, or even unable  to change your feelings at this time because it is not time? OR perhaps it is just the fact that you are not quick to change?  Whatever the reason, the change would affect you to the core.  

It looks as if your dream is all but suggesting that it is time to reevaluate how you see yourself, time for a new way for you.

It is difficult for me to tell if this is a chronicle of events that you have experienced or something that you are experiencing at the time of the dream. Regardless, it is time for change. It is time that you take a different view of yourself.

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sailrmc

Your thoughts?
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Re: Eye of God or Eye of Horus? Seeing Myself As My Son
« Reply #2 on: October 03, 2012, 12:59:41 PM »
Your interpretation was very helpful and I have to think some more about your question...about how I need to see myself differently.

Thank you,

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Re: Subsequent Dream to This One
« Reply #3 on: October 10, 2012, 09:47:32 PM »
I think my dream last night relates to the above.

In the dream someone says to me "Do you have something to share?'

I reply "Yes I have something to share...and I feel so bad.  I have something to share...but not in competition."

Then a group of black women standing in a circle raise bright colored scarves.



I am not sure, but I think the eye dream, seeing myself as my son with autism and the above relate to a strong desire to communicate with people yet deeply thrown off by the passive/aggressive nature of verbal communication.

I have often dreamt of myself being Dr. House, the character on tv. And a wolf.

In the past when I have felt defensive or offended or humilated in regards to someone's content or method of communicationor behavior towards me,  I have bottled my feelings and walked away and left the relationship.

Or I become a wolf, bottling my feelings until I see an opportunity to hurt the other.  My father was a wolf...I learned from the master.

 

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Re: Eye of God or Eye of Horus? Seeing Myself As My Son
« Reply #4 on: October 17, 2012, 03:37:46 PM »
Hello Christine,

Your follow up dream resonates with me and at the same time I am somewhat puzzled. It shows that unconscious thoughts are there at the surface and these thought are not necessarily words but more feelings. I remember my limited work with extremely young children. They had recurring dreams and those dreams were color based(too intricate to go into in this format but my point is, that I came to a realization (from dealing with these children's dreams that very early childhood dreams often showed colors as symbols for feelings (anger, joy etc). As they transitioned into children who learned to communicate with words their dreams also changed from being color based to situation based (and also featured color). My thoughts are that our primal tendency is color based and when all else fails do not think in words but feel the colors for meaning. Perhaps your dream was a prompt, for you to pay greater attention to colors that are presented. In that way you will be getting the pure emotion and feeling (rather than trying to evaluate words (which can be confusing).

Regarding your statement, "Yes I have something to share...and I feel so bad.  I have something to share...but not in competition." I fee that the word "competition" the battle between what you "think" and what you "feel".

Sorry not to go into this the way that I wanted to...I am out of time this morning. Perhaps your dream does try to steer you to a different way of seeing things?

Just a few thoughts,
thanks for listening...
sailrmc

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Re: Eye of God or Eye of Horus? Seeing Myself As My Son
« Reply #5 on: October 18, 2012, 06:40:11 AM »
Sailrmc,

Your input is very much appreciated.

Your comments about the colors as feelings were somewhat helpful and I will put those on the backburner for later.

I think your comment about not being in competition between what I feel and what I think is accurate.  In fact, the night before I had the mirror dream I went to sleeping feeling disconnected from myself and I even said it out loud.

I am very conscious of when others are acting or speaking in disconnection with their feelings...I find it frustrating...maybe because I find it uncomfortable in myself.

I have also had dreams about actors, actresses...me acting...the last one I was hiding in the dark under a stage and no one was on stage in the light.

I have often had dreams about me having an injury between my head and body.  There are a lot of reasons for that, which I will not go into here.

Thank you again for your insights.

Christine