Tuesday, 12 August 2008

Dream Interpretation

I have listed down the significant characters or theme of my dreams in the past few weeks. I saw them vividly in my dreams and I felt like listing them down and look for their meaning because it's very rare that I have dreams, or remember them at all.

Well, they didn't occur in consecutive nights. I don't even remember the intervals.

The first one was an elevator, well lots of them in the same floor. I didn't take any of them but instead I found myself descending 2-3 floors from where I came from and saw the elevators again. From the internet, I learned that Riding up in the elevator means social and professional advancement. But seeing an elevator means that you want to advance in life fast without much effort. Another interpretation is that the elevator may simply represent the "ups and downs" of life.

In my next dream, I saw fire extinguishers when there's no fire elsewhere. To dream about a fire extinguisher suggests that you are experiencing a period of cleansing and purification.

The next star of my dream is a baby boy being born. Maybe I was not just too keen on having another baby boy again, that's why I dreamt on this, I was already fixated on My Athena Maxine. I saw how the baby came out of my tummy and I saw his genitals, hahaha. I was surprised to find out that the meaning of this dream is something new in life...Yeah, I'm having a new baby right, but I hope that what the interpreter's saying is that there's really something new coming in my life very soon.

Lastly for this post, I had this strange dream where I saw a very neat and organized cemetery, just like the American Cemetery in Makati where the lined up white crosses in neatly manicured green land is a refreshing site. One site said that If you dream of a well kept cemetery it is a sign of happiness to come. Another interpretation. Usually, this is NOT a negative symbol. If it was a clear day, and the cemetery was neat and well kept, the dreamer is free to move ahead with whatever plans he or she has made.

Well, I'll just read between the lines.

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