Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Dream Interpretation

I had a dream last night that a co-worker of mine had 10 kids, lived in one of my company's properties in Indiana and I had to drive them all around in an old brown station wagon (you know, the one with wood panelling) to meet a school bus.

What was going on in my brain last night?

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Frustration. That's on your mind.

I dreamt I had sex- which I never dream about. Much less it was with my new with my b/f who we've done squat! Frustration. Hear me?

But then I had a dream about work. Which sucked. Whose liable- and can I work dreams as "hours worked" on my timesheet?

BFF

bendingbackwards said...

First, I tagged you in my blog. :)

Second, I would say frustration as well. I had a dream last night that E and I were staying in this really tall hotel and we could see into the clouds because we were so high up.

Hillary said...

I have no idea, but it is a random dream! Were you unhappy in the dream?
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theclam said...

Um, your guess is as good as mine? Sometimes dreams are just weird, I dreamt last night that Cliff wore my black pants to work and he could not figure out why "his" pants shrunk in the wash...

xxx

Melissa said...

Its so funny how the mind works...it is definitely frustration. It seems like everyone else has what you want and you are stuck driving trying to get there.

Thank you for befriending me in the blog world. It means alot to have people listen and guide you along that actually have a clue as to how you are feeling and what you are thinking.

Doggie Dieter said...

Maybe your frustrated and have some things to work thru. You probably just need to process something that ou have been putting to the back burner.

free dream interpretation said...

Some people say they don't dream... but they do dream... they just don't remember their dreams. Dreaming is a necessary function for the mind.

Try this exercise if you are looking for an answer.. speak to your dreaming self or Dream Guide before retiring at night and ask for a specific dream for a specific problem you are encountering. Ask for a dream that will give you a solution to your problem.. one that is simple and easy to understand.. Repeat it over and over like a lullaby as you drift off to sleep. Keep a dream journal and pen by your bed. When you awaken, write everything down that you remember of this dream.. people, details, colours, faces, feelings. Write all this down without analysing.. be descriptive instead. Then set it aside. A few days later, read what you have written without judgment and you will find that you have a solution there to your problem. Viola! Simple isn't it?