Thursday, March 31, 2005

Wild and vivid dream yet again

Again with my favorite topic (although not necessarily anyone elses...) the latest weirdass dream too much tacos has caused Joanne.

In my dream, I was taken captive and sent to an internment camp with a bunch of other women. We were definitely being punished for something but I don't know what. We were not allowed to leave the grounds, although we were in a house with dormitory type beds. They took our underwear and our cameras so we couldn't leave. (I don't know how that logic followed.) At some point, I was walking the grounds and found a canoe and took it out into the ocean. A whale came up to my canoe and was swimming and just kind of going up and down near my canoe. I got scared and started to paddle back to the beach because I didn't want anything to happen. As I got back to the beach, the whale was joined by another and they were both really active. I went into the house to find my camera to take pictures but then was looking out a sliding glass door. The beach was much closer to the door than initially and there was this big fish. It was poking its head out of the water then it just walked out of the water on legs (like the Darwin fish on cars). Then the 2 whales poked their heads out of the water and then they came out of the water also on legs looking like big lizards (Komodo Dragons actually).

Convict: (I tried prisoner and it said look up convict which really isn't necessarily the same thing) To dream that you are a convict, suggests that some situation or relationship is making you feel restricted. You may be experiencing a loss of freedom in some area of your life. Alternatively, the dream may represent your feelings of shame and guilt. This dream image is trying to tell you to stop punishing yourself.

Canoe: To see a canoe in your dream, represents serenity, simplicity, and independence. It is also a reflection of your emotional balance. You are moving ahead via your own power and determination.

Camera: To see a camera in your dream, signifies your desires to cling on and/or live in the past. Alternatively, it may represent you need to focus on a particular situation. Perhaps you need to get a clearer picture or idea. (I tried for underwear too because they took that too, but the only definition I had was about if you were wearing underwear. Which I was, I assume, under the clothes, but their interpretation was more if you were walking around in undies only.)

Whale: To see a whale in your dream, represents your intuition and awareness. You are in tuned to your sense of spirituality. Alternatively, it indicates a relationship or business project that is too enormous to handle.

Fish: To see fish swimming in your dream, signifies insights from your unconscious mind. Thus to catch a fish, represents insights which have been brought to the surface. The fish is also an ancient symbol of Christianity and Christian beliefs. Consider also the common phrases "like a cold fish", "fish out of water" or something that is "fishy" about a situation. It may also imply a slippery or elusive situation. (So basically one could think that the fish walking on the land is really just the fish is so frustrated with being ignored it evolved on its own?)

Lizard: To see a lizard in your dream, signifies your primal instincts and reactions toward sex, food, etc. and your anxieties toward these feelings. The lizard can also be representative of a person who you view as cold-blooded, fearful, or thick-skinned. On a more positive note, the lizard also symbolizes emerging creativity, renewal, and revitalization. It may also suggest that you are well-grounded.

Hmmm....

1 comment:

Putnawa said...

Although you're growing, and becoming more in tune with your intuition, your own pig-headedness is keeping you trapped in old, self-defeating, behaviours. Listen to what Matty tells you and you will blossom into a beautiful bumblebee. Or something. Oh, and try to pay attention to when guys might be hitting on you because maybe they're hitting on you. And if you're really lucky they might even have a home.