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Thread: Short Dream Sequence: Possible Meaning?

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    Default Short Dream Sequence: Possible Meaning?

    A couple of days ago I had a weird dream. I was out with my mother, walking my friend's dogs (something that never happened. BTW, they're both Shih Tzus). I have a special place in my heart for both dogs, as I visit my friend quite often (around 3 times a week, or more) and they've grown onto me. Let's just say the dogs are named C and J. C is one of the friendliest dogs one could encounter, never bit anybody. He's the cutest thing, haha. J on the other hand isn't the optimal 'family dog'. He has some anger issues, and is anxious around people he doesn't know. However, once he get's used to a person he will readily let himself be petted and what not. We have similar traits.

    So, I'm walking on the sidewalk with my mother, me having J on a leash, and my mother having C. J takes a dump, and I clean it up with a plastic bag (I hate it when people leave their dog's **** laying around, especially around [elementary] schools, haha).

    All of a sudden, J turns into a frog/toad (not sure what it was, but I'm leaning more towards toad) and starts hopping onto the street. Cars are passing by, but I run onto the street regardless. All I could think about was my friend (whom the dogs belong to), and how I could never explain to him what happened if J DOES get ran over. The whole atmosphere in the street was very hectic, almost chaotic.

    J almost get's hit by a car. I try to catch him in a bowl. The bowl is filled with feces (I guess the plastic bag turned into a bowl; a wooden bowl to be specific) and maybe that's why he didn't jump into it.

    J jumps onto my left leg, and as he holds onto it I feel an energy rush in my leg. It wasn't uncomfortable, but it definitely caught me off guard/surprised me, so I shook my leg and he dropped onto the pavement.

    He jumps past me onto the sidewalk again, and suddenly he's in the air, flying around a tree. I look closely and see that he turned into, what seems to be, a Bullfinch (I looked for a bird with a red belly as soon as I woke up, and the Bullfinch resembled the bird from my dream the best out of all birds I found).

    He turns into the toad again (or dog, I'm not quite sure...sorry) and we continue the walk.


    Soooooo, anybody have a clue on what this might mean?



    Peace and Love

    EasT

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    That was a very detailed answer, thank you very much Darius. I can definitely relate with a lot that you said

    My mother being "purer" than me. She very religious, Roman Catholic (I was born catholic too, but I'm not very sure how to define my religious or spiritual pursuit by name?), but she does try to ask herself "What wold Jesus do?" and be a nice person, help out others. I know it's my mother, but she IS a very lovely soul.

    I do have a low self-image. I hate the society we live in. I'm interested in some conspiracy...well, I have read enough to draw my conclusion that the world is run by a selected few, and we are just part of their "show". I hate the thought of contributing to a society like that, where everybody seems to be waiting to screw each other over for money, there is greed, hate, and violence; on and on, a never ending cycle.

    At the same time though, money is needed for survival, unless you go out and live like aboriginal tribes. I'm not doing a lot at the moment for my 'future'. I applied for college, we'll see what happens with that. Basically, I don't really do what 'most' people, have a job (I'm still an immigrant here too, which makes it rather hard to find work; discouragement), starting AND finishing school (haha, I do have my High School diploma, but after my first semester of College 'studying' Recreation Facility Management I had enough of the program. It truly was a complete waste of time), and also just "regular" stuff, like going to the mall, going shopping, going out to Night Clubs (I can't deal with drunk people; my 'drug' of choice is Cannabis)...you know what I'm getting at. I go to the gym 'religiously' ( :P ), 4-5 times/week. I like the feeling it gives me after I finish with my work out.

    I'm not a loner, I just have a few selected friends which I will see once in a while. 2 of these friends I see them quite often, maybe 3-5 times a week. We have similar interests (spirituality, music, fitness, conversing, Mary Jane ), and I can relate to a lot of their troubles as well.

    However, I feel like a loser sometimes, BECAUSE I'm not doing what others do. Basically what it comes down to is that I don't have a lot of faith in myself. It has something to do with my farther's upbringing, but I don't want to be blaming people either. I'm still not sure what I want to do in my life, what direction I want to go. I can just not see myself working until I'm 65...forget that, hehe.

    Thanks for your analysis, I can definitely relate to a lot of these points



    Peace and Love


    EasT

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