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Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Dream Interpretation

I think my dream of yesterday speaks to many things:

My fear of seeing people I can't help.
My fear of seeing someone hurt.
My fear of people keeping me from doing things I think I need to do. (The big one!)

I think I mentioned that I'm a psychic already. The important thing with dream intrepetation is recognizing the fears or problems contained within the dream. Once you do that, you can say, wow, I didn't even know I was struggling with this on subconscious levels.

I always knew I didn't like to see people hurt, especially ones that I can't help. But realizing that it is a fear within me, helps me to see...the fear is really a fear of guilt. What if it happens and I can't fix it and I have to live with it? See how dream interpretation leads you to delve into what's really bothering you?

So, from there, I realize I have to work on absorbing messages wherein I tell myself that I am not responsible for the pain out of my circle of reach. Therefore, I must see what is within my circle of reach, do what I can there, and let the rest go.

I cry for stories on the news. I meditate for world peace.
I don't need to give those up. I can continue to believe that meditation for world peace and healing will rise up and join with the sentiments of others who are doing the same, and maybe make a difference in the polarity of world energy.

But, if I don't see a big change in my lifetime, I don't need to make myself sick over it.

The last concept the dream showed me was that I worry about THINGS and people keeping me from, say, my writing. Things being life, health, whatever.

From that, I need to reinforce my true knowledge that I am in control of my time. I am the one that says what will take me away from this or that. (including my writing.) It is not the people or things keeping me away from writing. Those are my choices. My priorities.

Am I the only one that struggles with prioritizing? I mean, on the surface, I know that my family is the most important thing in my world. But sometimes I resent the time away from writing. The dream, though on a different subject, actually speaks to my priorities. The person who steered me away from the victim was a family member. (My mother, actually.)

She has always told me what to do, what I should believe, etc. But here I see that I have an inner conflict with some of the things she's taught me. While you can see that she led me away for my own protection, you can also see that I struggled with putting myself first over the victim.

The bullshit gets deep, doesn't it?

If someone has a dream they'd like me to interpret, I'm game. Post it in comments, and I'll use it as a post with interpretation. We'll see if I'm accurate or not...?

Posted by CarysWeldonblog :: 8:52 AM :: 2 Comments:

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As far as prioritizing, I hear ya! Sometimes I put everything and everyone ahead of what I want or need to do. It's not healthy because it totally ignores me.

I'm actually working on this and organizing with The Organized Writer. We'll see how it goes. *s*

By Blogger Jen, at 3:58 PM  

I can never remember my dreams well enough to tell anyone about them.

By Blogger ikkinlala, at 11:38 AM  

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