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    Quote Posted by DeDukshyn (here)
    Last night:


    I was in some sort of competition, in some unknown place, and my partner and I , (just some guy in the dream - he was my partner just for this competition, I don't think I knew who he was) had to make repairs to this old truck that we had to race to the next checkpoint.

    Doing the repairs to the truck was part of the competition. The vehicle's front left wheel appeared to have a completely broken steering arm and some suspension work looked like it needed to be done. This aspect of the dream just seemed like some sort of weird segue into a more interesting aspect, which is completely different.

    Anyway, my competition partner was more knowledgeable than I and proceeded to do most of the actual work, and before long we were off racing our truck to the next checkpoint. Suddenly, a bit off in the distance we saw a very large black moose running across the landscape making bounding leaps over obstacles as it ran. This moose looked extremely majestic and inspired awe just at its sight, but it also had large black feathered wings and a black flowing mane that trailed behind it.

    We lost sight of it as we carried on toward the checkpoint. Some time later we approached the next checkpoint, and were required to abandon the truck, and start work repairing a car. I was even more useless at the repairs this time so I sort of just sort of wandered around and that is when this competition aspect of this dream pretty much ended and my partner nor any aspects of the race appeared further.

    Another short time later, I found myself on a bit of a plain, and the giant black moose appeared to me again, thundering past, with leaping bounds and this time it was close. It galloped right by me, leaping into the air occasionally, over uneven areas of the terrain -- its wings assisting making it seem as light as the air, and I got a better look at it.

    It actually had two sets of black feathered wings, somewhat overlaid, a bit like like how a butterfly's front and back wings overlay, and it also had two great flowing manes, one over the top of the other flowing out behind it. I was left awestruck at its incredible majestic beauty and stature.

    I watched it gallop off in the distance, then I heard more galloping come from behind where the moose had just come from and I turned to see three beautiful pure white horses. They too had feathered wings, like how one would imagine Pegasus. I believe these three horses had riders, and were leading quite a large entourage of native Americans, who were following with other horses, some pulling carts etc. It appeared they were travelling a great distance and were following the great black moose.

    They stopped at the area where I was and began setting up a camp of sorts. They had lots of foodstuffs and looked to be setting up for a feast. An old and wise looking Native man dressed in the most artistically exquisite and detailed native American regalia adorned with very large feathers approached my direction with a large smile. I'd say he was their chief.

    "Hello!" I called out confidently, and he returned it immediately with an even bigger smile. "Good to see you!" he said and we proceeded to share a very strong and loving embrace that lasted for at least 20 seconds, like old friends that hadn't seen each other in a 1000 years. I felt comforted by the familiarity of his presence.

    I complimented what I thought was his great black moose, and the winged horses on their exquisite beauty, and he thanked for the compliment on the winged horses, I had the impression then that they were just following the moose, or it was a guide for them on their journey.

    Then a young woman who had been observing our encounter, stepped up and spoke to the chief in a native language that my ears could not understand, but interestingly, I was presented with subtitles. "Its a trick ... ?" she said to him. He responded to her "What do you mean?", "This could be a trick." she confidently responded ...

    "No, no! This is no trick!" he laughed heartily as he responded to her still in their native language, and she seemed relieved by his confidence. By this time the feast was mostly set up, and the chief said to me "You should join us!". I could not quite ascertain if he was referring to the feast itself, or to the journey that the clan was obviously on, but I felt he was referring to both.


    Edit: I missed this part, adding it in:

    I then heard the young woman that had asked if it was a "trick" mention something about the northern lights, which caught my attention. I asked her if she had seen them and how I might also be able to see them. She claimed they hadn't been seen in a very long time, and something along the lines of when they return "they will come up from the underground", avoiding all eye contact with me when she spoke. ... I feel that the term northern lights was just a symbol for something else, and not referring to aurora, which I had initially assumed.



    ... At that time I awoke, and the dream ended. It was quite an emotionally and visually vivid dream, more so than just a "normal" dream. It left me energized and emotionally in a great place.


    If anyone on the forum has insights into perhaps native American symbology or dream symbology that might relate to this dream, I would love to hear your thoughts.
    What a great dream! here are some thoughts. You are in an unknown place so it’s far from everyday consciousness It starts off with a truck/car race, which are man made machines, in need of repair.

    You walk away from that and engage with winged horses and a moose, which belong to the supernatural world which take you to the Indian Chief, who seems to be an encounter with the Self.

    The interesting thing is the woman’s suspicion of you. You could do a dialogue with her with pen and paper, and ask why she suspects you. And why doesn’t she look you in the eye? She may give you an answer. The other interesting thing is that the northern lights have disappeared and gone unconscious.. The woman seems to know about this and may say something more if you dialogue with her. Just let whatever come to mind when you do this and it will gain momentum and take a life of its own

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    I posted this dream on another thread without any luck, this thread seems more appropriate so i'd be interested to hear an interpretation of a dream i had a few weeks ago:

    It was really early in the morning I was driving to work on a bright sunny day. At a red light I looked to my right and saw the moon (only the left side was visible) right above the mountain top (the city where I live is surrounded by gorgeous mountains and the scenery in the dream was a realistic portrayal of my real life commute to work) I then told a middle age woman riding a bike to my right next to my car to take look at this beautiful scene. She nodded and also found the scene beautiful. Immediately after that I found myself transported in a new scene, I’m in the middle of an undefined public gathering and all the people present are admiring the full moon, it is huge and surrounded by massive bright stars between two mountain peaks. Again we are all in awe when suddenly the day turns into night and a purple / crimson aurora borealis like mist covers the moon and the stars, the whole scene is now a beautiful purple / crimson color. At this point I look up to the sky above my head and notice an incredible number of huge yellow stars and in the dream I tell myself “Of course that's what the sky really looks like without all the clouds.”

    I woke up fresh and the dream left me with an overall pleasant feeling but i knew it had a deep meaning attached to it. Thanks in advance for you help.

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    My dreams lately are simply telling me that I am in the wrong place/position/whatever.

    Last dream, I am wearing football gear but everyone else is playing hockey.

    A couple nights ago I am at college - cant find my classroom. Eventually it feels like the term is finishing and I havent started.

    Maybe it is just a reflection of how I am feeling. I feel like I am waiting for my part to play in this mess.

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    Quote Posted by Iancorgi (here)
    I posted this dream on another thread without any luck, this thread seems more appropriate so i'd be interested to hear an interpretation of a dream i had a few weeks ago:

    It was really early in the morning I was driving to work on a bright sunny day. At a red light I looked to my right and saw the moon (only the left side was visible) right above the mountain top (the city where I live is surrounded by gorgeous mountains and the scenery in the dream was a realistic portrayal of my real life commute to work) I then told a middle age woman riding a bike to my right next to my car to take look at this beautiful scene. She nodded and also found the scene beautiful. Immediately after that I found myself transported in a new scene, I’m in the middle of an undefined public gathering and all the people present are admiring the full moon, it is huge and surrounded by massive bright stars between two mountain peaks. Again we are all in awe when suddenly the day turns into night and a purple / crimson aurora borealis like mist covers the moon and the stars, the whole scene is now a beautiful purple / crimson color. At this point I look up to the sky above my head and notice an incredible number of huge yellow stars and in the dream I tell myself “Of course that's what the sky really looks like without all the clouds.”

    I woke up fresh and the dream left me with an overall pleasant feeling but i knew it had a deep meaning attached to it. Thanks in advance for you help.
    this is a very beautiful dream.. it starts in the early morning so suggests a new day, something new. you are stopped at the red light - when you pause you get to appreciate the vista before you. the moon is the unconscious mind as is the left side so its being doubly emphasised. You relate the impact to the woman your feeling side . this takes you to the night, no solar consciousness and with greater connection to the unconscious you are immersed in new vistas of the planets and stars. - with extreme clarity - no clouds. The dream is very visual - you could try to paint or draw the night sky that you saw - or the earlier mountain moon scene. It may evoke new feelings and other insights into the dream. I enjoy drawing my dream images Once you finish it the image has a deep lasting fascination for you and it brings the dream to earth

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    Quote Posted by Patient (here)
    My dreams lately are simply telling me that I am in the wrong place/position/whatever.

    Last dream, I am wearing football gear but everyone else is playing hockey.

    A couple nights ago I am at college - cant find my classroom. Eventually it feels like the term is finishing and I havent started.

    Maybe it is just a reflection of how I am feeling. I feel like I am waiting for my part to play in this mess.
    it might mean you need to strike out on your own path and not follow the crowd or what everyone else is doing

    or the opposite - that you need to get in synch with other people around you that you're being too individualistic
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    Some of you may know that my dog Mara is having a bit of a tough time — but currently healing well.

    Last night I dreamed that she'd fallen into a 200 foot deep hole, and I was having great trouble finding a rope long enough to rappel (abseil) down to rescue her. (I didn't take the dream seriously! )

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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Some of you may know that my dog Mara is having a bit of a tough time — but currently healing well.

    Last night I dreamed that she'd fallen into a 200 foot deep hole, and I was having great trouble finding a rope long enough to rappel (abseil) down to rescue her. (I didn't take the dream seriously! )
    "In a game of patience every millimeter is a record !!!"
    Thank you for your patience, for both of you! Everything will be fine !!!

    Every human is a question asked to the Spirit of the Universe,again and again,because every human is an endless row of humans and in all humans together dwelling the Great Human Spirit.

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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Some of you may know that my dog Mara is having a bit of a tough time — but currently healing well.

    Last night I dreamed that she'd fallen into a 200 foot deep hole, and I was having great trouble finding a rope long enough to rappel (abseil) down to rescue her. (I didn't take the dream seriously! )
    Hi Bill

    sorry to hear that Mara is having a tough time

    dream could mean you are depressed about Mara
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    time to get in touch with your doggy side. Long walks and chasing rabbits!

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    I am constantly being woken by what sounds like three loud knocks on my door or windows?
    “My life is like a stroll upon the beach, as near to the ocean's edge as I can go.”

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    Thank you very much leavesoftrees, your interpretation gave me a lot to think about. Your suggestion to draw the sky in my dream is tempting although I'm not much of a painter I have access to top notch Smartboards in my office and I'll try to draw the climatic scene in the dream as it is still very clear in my mind. Anyhow, once again thank you for your help.

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    Quote Posted by Iancorgi (here)
    Thank you very much leavesoftrees, your interpretation gave me a lot to think about. Your suggestion to draw the sky in my dream is tempting although I'm not much of a painter I have access to top notch Smartboards in my office and I'll try to draw the climatic scene in the dream as it is still very clear in my mind. Anyhow, once again thank you for your help.
    Good to hear Iancorgi. Doesnt matter if you are no REmbrandt, it's about the feelings and associations that arise when you put something to paper (or smartboard).

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    Hello Bill,

    I wonder if you would expand on what you meant by not taking your dream seriously? Many thanks in advance!

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