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Old 03-10-2008, 07:07 PM   #41
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driving: discovery of lost valuables
being in an apartment: avoiding rivals
owning an apartment: family quarrels
color yellow: important but bad changes will occur in own affairs (i would take this as current worry and not as anything otherworldly predictive).
visitors: will receive assistance from a friend
riding alone in automobile: new surroundings are anticipated
an airplane taking off: success in your affairs
being in an airplane disaster but not killed: financial gains
Lazy, I was hoping you would look this up for me, thank you!

I haven't been involved in any family quarrels of late. The important but bad changes could be in my portfolio. I'm going to selectively look at the last four items and be optimistic!

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Old 03-11-2008, 01:55 PM   #42
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well, i wouldn't take anything i just wrote literally or verbatim. the source i've at hand is a bit too new agey for me. written in 1963, it supposedly draws on a 2nd century dream interpretation book. i have not found the original to cite. as i've mentioned, some of the symbols as described by this author do seem to coincide with fair regularity some of my experience whereby i will be thinking something one day, note my dreams during that night, and then find the next day that the interpretation of some dream symbols match pretty closely what had been on my mind.

dreaming is so subjective, of course. and then there is what is important to you. perhaps you didn't relate all of your dream. perhaps only parts stuck in your mind. perhaps in recalling the dream you remembered in a way which would support your own preconceived interpretation. and so you, really, are the best interpreter of your own dream. just like in determining the so-called meaning of life. what would you like it to mean?
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I used to have this reoccurring dream that I had a werewolf chasing me and I always ran into a circus tent. I haven't had it in a long time. It was one of those dreams when you wake up you could recall every little tidbit.
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(very delayed response: ) i've mentioned before that reoccurring dreams are great opportunities to connect with your dream character. out of curiosity, did you actually turn around and see the werewolf chasing you or did you just assume it was a werewolf? did you ever actually see what was chasing you? i ask because sometimes our mind fills in details after the fact. in any case, in such a dream i'd look more to the action than the elements to understand what was really happening there.

i had a dream last night of a cousin of mine expertly deshelling a lobster for her dinner. now, in real life, she had recently screwed me over so horribly that we are no longer friends. she destroyed a 50-year friendship so badly that it is beyond repair.

so when i awoke, out of curiosity i went to the dream interpretation book. quoted here:

"lobster:
relatives eating lobster: doomed for disappointment"

sometimes even my own skepticism takes a breath. i think this is a good example how the brain takes all the prose of our lives and files it neatly away with just a few pictures.
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Well in the dream the werewolf had the face of a werewolf but a human body. Ya weird I know but thats what it was. One of those dreams you wake up and can recount everything. I haven't had it in awhile though maybe last year. But from what I remember as I was entering the tent I looked back and see the werewolf face with the human body. Crazy huh. WoW weird! I was having a strained relationship with my cousin who was on drugs and being non communicative! That is freaky. but no lobster in it.
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