Thursday, September 28, 2006

I have a dream

I woke up on the 22.09.06 jumped out of bed and wrote about a dream I had. Here is what I wrote.

Riding in a white phantom ghost to a college outing, but it was a dream.

Richie Kennedy (A guy I used to get a lift off of in college) came to collect me and I was house sharing with someone like the German guy at Balaclava and we drove what seemed like Richmond Junction from the MCG. They were laughing as I told the story.

Hmm so I had a dream about dream and a guy that gave me a lift to and from college featured. Driving a white phantom car. On mature recollection the car I was traveling in was a Silver Ghost.

It all seems a bit strange to me, hmm?

Popped into Extreme Karokie in the Laundry last night, i must be getting older because nearly everyone was younger than me. Getting old Kieran, well it had to happen at some stage.

Met Siobhan from the Backpackers at the Queen Vic markets, with baby on the way.

Might pop in for the footy on Saturday, Grand Final. I remember having yet another big fight with Jo last year and having a pub crawl around South Melbourne. I’ll think i’ll do the same this weekend, seeing as though Sydney are in the final again. It was good craic last year.

Dream explanation’s:

The car in your dream may symbolize the physical self or ego development and ego function. In that, it represents the way that you travel through your life's journey. Consider all of the details in the dream, including its emotional content (e.g. difficulty of the road, identity of the driver, direction of the incline). Recurring car dreams usually deal with life's major themes that may include issues of control and sensibility. By carefully examining this dream, you may gain insight into important areas of life, including to how well you are navigating from one stage of your life to another, if you are assertive and take charge or are passive. Dreaming about travelling in a car is a very, very common dream theme that provides valuable information in regard to a specific part of or long-standing theme in your life's journey.

In dreams, we may feel emotions much as we do in waking life. This is especially true about very funny and very sad events. Dream laughter may often come from a deeper level than waking laughter in that our emotional expressions are often more outward and unrestrained in a dream.
The interesting part is that dream laughter may also be very inappropriate. Since we often dream of ourselves as archetypal caricatures, we may laugh with a diabolical twist; whereas in waking, anger would be the more expected response. This sort of unchecked laughter can usually be an expression of the id (the part of the personality which contains our primitive impulses such as sex, anger, and hunger).
If you experienced laughter in a dream, did others laugh with you?

Older People:
Old people in dreams represent wisdom and maturity. They may appear in our dreams at times of confusion and lack of direction, or when we need consultation and help in decision-making.

Any demonstration of true friendship in a dream is a straightforward prediction of happy social times with good companions. Dreaming of distant friends is generally a forerunner of unexpected news, good or sad depending on whether or not they were in trouble in your dream.

I'll try and define the explanation tomorrow and i'll keep yea posted :)

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