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Yesterday I walked down my ex-T's street - long Susan47

Posted by Damos on August 8, 2005, at 0:34:11

In reply to Re: Yesterday I walked down my ex-T's street Damos, posted by Susan47 on August 7, 2005, at 23:13:42

Me? a nice person - yeah right. And you're more than welcome. Hang on a mo, did you say I was right about a lot of things. Better print this out and show my boss that'll put the wind up him :-)

As to what you do when you're stupid looking, a) I don't believe that about you for a second and b) what you described are pretty much my normal coping strategies. Not looking in the mirror can make shaving really difficult. Reminds me of a girl I used to work with a long time ago. She brought her new born in and the very first thing she said was; "Nobody is to call him cute cause I read somewhere it means ugly but interesting, okay?"

Looking people in the eyes is a great start, they are the windows to the soul afterall. And of course, just like you, they want to be seen.

Sorry to go off on a tangent here but I read somewhere that the traditional Zulu greating is: SAWU BONA (I see you), to which is replied SIKHONA (I am here). The order is important because it is their belief that until you see me, I don't exist. It all comes from the spirit of UBUNTU and the ZULU saying UMUNTU NGUMUNTU NAGABANTU ( A person is a person because of other people).

So SAWU BONA Susan.

I'm sorry he didn't do things differently too. Buddhists believe you can have many small enlightenments on the path to true and lasting enlightenment - moments of clarity if you will. Honestly, right at this moment I don't think you are giving yourself enough credit.

Okay here goes with the dream stuff curtesy of http://www.dreammoods.com

To see salmon denotes determination. You are able to overcome adversity & achieve success. Alternatively, it suggests you are comfortable with expressing your emotions & dealing with them.

- Good so far.

To dream you are eating fish, symbolises your beliefs, spirituality, luck & nourishment. It is food for the soul.

- Good too, you even said some of that yourself - see how clever you are.

To see furniture in your dreams, represents how you feel about yourself & your family. It refers to your relationships with others & how they fit into your life.

- Sounds reasonable

To dream you are moving furniture, indicates you are going out of your way to please others. Also you may be changing your ways & trying to reevaluate your relationships/attitudes

- Given it was new furniture in a style that you like I'd say that's rather good too. So going out a limb here, maybe furniture being what's inside the house represents the change that's taking place within and your true self starting to express itself - beauty, elegance, etc. I think it's good Susan, I really think it's good. I don't think the not having anywhere to put it matters right now. I think what matters is that you are receiving the things you need to fill the new home that you will create. Kinda like "I'll know the perfect place when I see it" and these are the things I know I will want there.

 

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