That was a wild dream all right. It was very clear and hit on some key concerns- concerns about Chemtrails. You mentioned chemtrails the other day in your entry- that it scares you- that you hate it. Dreams are so much more than just . . . random images that pop through your brain as you sleep. They're visions- "visions of the night." You learn so much from your dreams about your own state of being- what's playing on your mind at the time of the dream, and dreams are wonderful avenues for your subconscious mind to work out solutions. You say you never dream, so was this dream rare then? Chances are that you DO dream but you haven't remembered them . . . perhaps because you didn't feel the need to? IMO, whether or not we remember dreams, they still occur and our subconscious minds still work out all sorts of issues via our dreams.
Your dream was so vivid and descriptive. I hope you will be able to understand it fully- I wish I could help you in that department, but really, dreams are very personal. The dream books help and so do others' insights, but really, the symbols are unique to yourself alone, as you alone have a particular 'relationship' to them, eg. CATS. In almost every dream book I've read, dreaming of cats is a "bad omen," signalling some kind of treachery/deceit . . . however, I'm a cat FREAK. I love cats- always have. Therefore, in my own dreams, cats mean something totally different - they pertain to one of my deepest "loves," and PROTECTION.
See what I mean? Just quickly, I'd like to share a little tool I learned awhile back, about interpreting your own dreams.
1. Write the whole dream down
2. Break it down, sentence by sentence - see each sentence as an "act." For each act, take what you see is the key meaning- eg. "My dog ate my homework and I got suspended." KEY MEANING: Getting penalized for something someone else did.
3. Take all the nouns in each sentence and make a separate list, then read all the nouns, one by one out loud- so you can HEAR it.
4. Write down what each symbol automatically brings to your mind. For instance, a fire could make you immediately think of heat or danger or death- whatever first hits you, write it down.
Then just study your dream, from the abstract instead of the actual dream- from the meaning of the "acts" (or scenes) and from the word associations you wrote down for each noun.
This usually reveals extraordinary things!! You might see more into the dream than you ever imagined by doing the above exercise. It's helped me understand a lot of things that I never did before, like my chronic nightmares- which SUBSIDED when I started doing "dream work."
Hope that helped a bit. I also hope you can soon understand your dream. It might have some 'prophetic' meaning . . .
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