Monday, October 27, 2014

Who Is She?

For the past three nights in a row, I have dreamed that I have a daughter. The first dream was her birth. I had her in the health room where I worked in my dream. I recall other women also giving birth on this same day. Some women were in a hospital wing of this place.  Others, like me, had to just go back to work. I remember feeling lousy but being told that because of my rank (?), I was not eligible to rest.

I recall packing to come home.  Rob was my husband.  We had no other children. We were in a hurry because we had dinner plans with another couple.  We were halfway home when we realized that we forgot our daughter.  We turned around.  We arrived at my place of employment, and I recall having to tell my supervisor that we forgot our child.  She laughed at me.  I then had to sign a waiver stating that I did, in fact, forget to bring my child home and that I would have to now wait until she could be brought to me. When we got her, we brought her home to our home, which looked like a metallic warehouse. I recall bathing this child and noting how soft her skin was.  How red her curls were.

Then, I woke up.

It was so real.

The second night's dream wasn't as memorable.  I do recall a girl.

The third night I dreamed that this child, a daughter, was entering middle school. Long, red curls. Freckles.  A very happy child. Lots of friends.  Rob and I were trying to find her classroom for some reason.  It was extremely loud and crowded with kids and parents.  As I walked to a room where I saw my child enter, I was greeted by an old friend of mine.  We'll call him Scott. He hugged me and we caught up on things.  He was to be my daughter's homeroom teacher.  This scene seemed to last for hours.

Again, it was so vivid.

I have no idea what has sparked these dreams.  It leaves me a bit unsettled.  I can no longer have children, so that's out of the question... or is it?  Maybe someday we'll adopt?  Who knows.
All I do know is that I have been trying to see this child in my conscious mind, now.  Her sparkling eyes. Bright and happy.  Who is she?  Does she exist?  Silly, yes.  Still...

"A little girl in a dream represents prosperity, wealth after poverty, and ease after a passing adversity. Seeing a baby girl of milk suckling age is even better in a dream. It means a new and a praiseworthy development in one’s life, or it could mean receiving benefits one is hoping for, or living a new world. A little girl in a dream also represents something exclusive for the one who saw her in his dream. Carrying a little girl in a dream means release of a prisoner, or if one is suffering from difficulties, or if he is at fault in an argument, or if he is indebted or poor, it means that all of his worries will be dispelled by the glad tidings of this little girl. If none of these conditions apply, then it means distress or misfortune. A little girl in a dream also means a new world, while a young girl in a dream implies getting a new job. If a woman sees a little girl in a dream, it means that she cannot conceive children... "

Hmm... 

Until next time, 
Sweet dreams!


2 comments:

  1. wow! i see prosperity and healing in your future!

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  2. If I may offer my (highly inexpert) two cents, I would bet it has something to do with having a puppy, which is both similar to and different from having a baby. Maybe the child in the dream is a girl because, like me, you raised only boys and have wondered, either consciously or subconsciously, what it would be like to raise a daughter. I have a friend who does dream readings. Shoot me an email if you'd like me to send this to her for an interpretation! XOXO

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