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  • A Crocodile, A snake and A Car.

    5 posts, 5 voices, 788 views, started Jul 15, 2009

    Posted on Wednesday, July 15, 2009 by Mz. Queen

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    • First of all let me say I have not dreamed in awhile so maybe it was the hot chocolate made with warm milk or maybe it was just time.

      The dream took place in an open field. My youngest son (college bound) and I were walking and off in the distance I saw a crocodile, he was pretty big. As we purposely tried to create more distance between us, we noticed a snake. Now we seemed to have nowhere to run. All of a sudden the two predators were fighting each other and yet no matter which way my son and I moved they seemed to be on us.

      Now we are pedaling backwards and I am carrying my son like you drag a dummy on the police obstacle course and the two animals fighting still seem to be on our path. I am not sure what happened between the two fighters but once my son and I were at a safe distance, my son exclaimed, “it bit me, the snake bit me“.

      I had to bite and suck the poison out of my son’s leg to save him and then he stood up, embraced me fiercely and then we went on our way.

      He’s preparing to go to college again, so I guess he’ll never really be out of my arms, my reach or my love?

      The car involved my daughter and a wreck but she’s a trooper, she didn’t need me to save her as she made it back home by herself.



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          Jenni0811 wrote Jul 15, 2009
        • Perhaps you are concerned about your son being off on his own and you have confidence that your daughter can take care of herself.

          In my completely unprofessional guesstimate opinion... !!



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          Mz. Queen wrote Jul 15, 2009
        • It’s been proven. Thanks for your opinion because that’s one of the purposes of this group to have an understanding and humorous twist to the psychology of the mind.



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          Denise Richardson wrote Jul 26, 2009
        • happyI’m in agreeance with what Jenni said also.



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          Felic41 wrote Sep 10, 2009
        • Hi,

          Well, I would breakdown each symbol of the dream and see how they relate to you and your son’s life. It could represent fear or apprehension you have about your son’s safety in going away to school. Here are some thoughts.

          Open field: were there any trees? was the grass healthy and green or dry and dead (same with the trees).

          Crocodiles and snakes to me represent some kind of threat or enemies. When you dream of animals, think of the characteristics of each animal and who they might represent in terms of people. Your son getting bitten could represent him being wounded in some way by someone he trusts, what types of people are referred to as snakes...untrustworthy, slimy, underhanded. You sucking the poison out of his body could represent saving him from further harm had the poison gotten into his bloodstream.

          Your daughter being ok despite the wreck shows her to be more independent as she took care of herself. Does your son rely heavily on you at times?  Food for thought.



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