And blue dreams continue

The first thing I saw was his face upturned as he looked at me. He was sitting with his legs crossed and his hair was different, longer and more hip – if that is at all possible – and he was clean shaven.
We were in a big, sunny room with French doors that opened to an expanse of white sand and blue ocean, Spain.

There were others there, friends of his I think.

We just sat and talked, about what I cannot say for sure.


Psychological Dream Meaning: The sea may represent the unconscious and your dream may show that you are now ready to explore the intuitive and instinctive aspects of yourself. However, a calm sea may show inner contentment and peace of mind. Freud considered the sea and the incoming tide to be symbols of sexual union.


Psychological Dream Meaning: Water usually represents our feelings and emotions. Like the waters of the womb, it can also represent security, life and birth. The nature of the water can reveal your emotional state of mind. For example, if you dream of crashing waves or rocky seas, this may show that your emotions are out of control. A fast flowing river may show emotions that are rushing ahead too fast but if the waters are peaceful then so are you.


Psychological Dream Meaning: In general it represents the necessity that we have of communicate with others. We speak logically and sensibly it means we are capable of confronting all contingencies that we are presented with, because we will see our problems with equanimity and we will have solutions that will be beneficious for us precisely for arriving at them with tranquility and correction. When we hear other people talking it means that we must pay attention to what they are saying, to see if they are people who care about us, so we can make the most convenient decisions later. If we hear a kind voice then is a good omen.



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