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Re: Dream interpretation? Long and vivid as usual LadyBug

Posted by gardenergirl on September 16, 2005, at 9:24:59

In reply to Re: Dream interpretation? Long and vivid as usual gardenergirl, posted by LadyBug on September 14, 2005, at 22:58:23

> I think I see a few different things that might be going on. The first thing is being at a grocery you want to be emotionally fed in a healthy way from the meat and the produce? Nutirtion? Not just for your body but for you mind as well. Is the hallway the journey you are on to have the healthy mind and body?

That's interesting, and close to what my T said. He thinks the dream is about therapy. He said I seem to come to therapy to be "fed", and the hallway is similar to the hallway I walk down to get to his office. In my dream, I didn't go through the door, and that morning, I didn't go to therapy. He wondered if maybe I was not getting what I was looking for, or if the therapy felt for whatever reason, not fulfilling or satisfying.

> Also, is the person that ran through the glass window in the car someone that is trying to intrude on you and what you are trying to accomplish? Are the cars in the store a means of getting you from one place to another, your means of getting through some issues perhaps? About the rain at the end, are you afraid someone is trying to put a dark cloud on your mood so to speak?

Hmmm, we didn't talk about the cars much. I tend to view the car driving in through the doors (the doors opened) as an aggressive and bold act. The car that drove in was long, and could be interpreted as a phallic symbol. The cars inside were more rounded and looked harmless. Almost like a large sized child's toy. If those cars represent a means to getting somewhere, well I left them parked! And I tend to view rain as symbolizing tears. I think sometimes I feel less inclined to go to therapy because I get tired of crying. Of course I usually eventually feel better.

I have no idea where I'm going with this...just associating to what you wrote.

I tend to dream a lot (except when on higher doses of Nardil), and I almost always enjoy thinking about them, although I don't always try to interpret them. But I do find them entertaining.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this.





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