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The Funeral

My mother was born in the Midwest, so it makes sense that her funeral would be celebrated there. Although it wasn’t exactly a funeral, it was a memorial with my mother’s ashes in a silver urn and all her family and friends there.

I was playing the piano, beautifully.

To dream that you are attending a funeral for a still-living parent suggests that you need to separate yourself from your parent’s restrictions and confines. The symbolic death may give you the courage you need to take the next step toward your independence and autonomy.

To dream that you are playing a piano indicates a quest for harmony in your life.

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Weird dreams and where to find them

I was on a train, I cannot remember the type of train but it was a long ride. A was with me, we were both riding to the same destination, or so I assumed in my dream, I knew we were riding in the same train and going in the same direction. I remember going through fields like the ones you see on British shows, with the sun shinning and the soft wind blowing. I remember A’s face in profile, serious and pensive.

A dystopian world. There were many of us in a big group waiting to be assigned, waiting to be assigned to each other, to be married, or to be a couple as determined by others – who knows who they were? – The one I wanted, the one who wanted me we were not to be. He was to be my friend’s, was she my friend?

His brother was a thief, he was not. I hardly remember him and I was in love with him. Or I thought I was. I remember good sex and a two story building.

Slow car and high heels

I had the biggest crush on a singer/songwriter from Austin, TX long before I moved here. I saw him live once in 2012, but since then I hadn’t seen him. I tried to go to a couple of shows but live happens and I didn’t. I did see him a few days a go and he was looking bad. And I mean like Keith Richards bad. I was disappointed but he is a musician. Last night I dreamed about him.

The we were in a high school auditorium, more precisely walking out of the auditorium. We were talking and laughing together, walking to our cars and when we said our good byes he gave me a kiss on my forehead.

I got into my car, but it wasn’t my current car it was the car I had when I was going to college. The cheapest car in existence at the time. I got in and started driving, but no matter how much or how hard I press the accelerator the car wouldn’t go faster than a few miles per hour. Then I decided to walk home instead, but when I came out of my car I noticed I was wearing high heels – which I never wear. – The heels weren’t particularly uncomfortable but they prevent me from walking at my regular pace.

 

Dreaming with dolphins

When we think of dolphins we do it with a smile, we think of highly intelligent creatures, adorable and friendly. But are they?

I dreamed I was in a wide river, a river in a rain forest during a bright and sunny day. I was surrounded by rive dolphins, but instead of calming swimming around me they were in a frenzy. I was trapped in a swimming frenzy among violent, aggressive mammals who were bigger than me. I can’t remember if I panicked but I remember drowning in greenish water and foam.

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Dolphins

To see a dolphin in your dream symbolizes spiritual guidance, intellect, mental attributes and emotional trust. The dream is usually an inspirational one, encouraging you to utilize your mind to its capacity and move upward in life. Alternatively, it suggests that a line of communication has been established between the conscious and subconscious aspects of yourself. Dolphins represent your willingness and ability to explore and navigate through your emotions.

The Wedding Dream

The room was different, I can’t not say in what sense, but it was different. Nonetheless it was the same room. The room, in my grandmother’s house that had been the guest room first then my aunt’s room.  I was standing in front of a full-length mirror on the side of the door. I looked at myself and at my short hair, the style was so 70’s that I was surprised at myself. I was also wearing a wedding dress.

A wedding dress with very simple lines, it followed the contour of my body and ended on a small A-line from my thighs down – I’m not sure why this is important but it seemed to be. – The dress had a high collar and it was digging into my neck, so my (long dead) grandmother cut the collar out with a pair of scissors, the collar happened to be a separate piece altogether.

The wedding was celebrated at my grandmother’s house, in her garden and as I came out of the house I saw the groom standing outside. He looked sharp in a black suit, smiling and handsome. Around us in the garden were family members and friends but their faces were blurred.

I don’t remember the ceremony taking place but suddenly we were ready to leave for our honey moon. I called to him but he didn’t come, at least not in a timely fashion. When he finally came he wouldn’t talk to me, didn’t he hear me? My feeling of impotence was overwhelming, maybe too overwhelming for the situation but because of it I made a decision.

My husband was a non-responsive man, obviously my newly wed life wasn’t going as well as anticipated. I decided to get my bags, jump in my car and take my honeymoon trip by myself. Leaving my husband to ponder his lack of . . . response.

It was a highly satisfactory.

Dream interpretation:

  • To dream you are getting married may represent your commitment to or partnership with someone or something.
  • These dreams suggest a bond with that person you might be getting married too.  This could also suggest a long term partnership or tying the knot in some aspect in your life.  It is also possible you want to get married.
  • May represent a union or merging of the masculine and feminine aspects of yourself.
  • May be wish fulfillment, if you desire to get married in waking life.
  • Your unconscious may be telling you that you have met the one you should marry.
  • If you dream of a wedding dress or wedding ring, you may be evaluating a current relationship and considering the prospect of getting married; you may be considering making a commitment to someone or something.