Thursday, February 14, 2008

Another thing I've been doing today is analyzing this dream -- which I decided is incredibly positive:

It's night and I'm walking into the Giant (grocery store). A grocery cart with a small baby careens out of control. I stop the cart and look around for whoever is responsible for the baby, but nobody seems to pay any attention. I stop other shoppers and employees to inquire, but nobody knows who he belongs to. I remember I saw this baby before, falling off the cashier's conveyor belt the last time I shopped there. I leave the baby with the store employees while I go inside to buy some formula for him. While I find some discarded, half-used, very questionable formula containers scattered around, I can't find the baby product isle. I ask a store employee for help, but she tries to sell me pet flea spray. I become very frustrated with her. I tell her a baby is starving and this is a serious matter. My Uncle Marty walks into the store with Chris. He sees me holding the baby and says he knows its not mine. I consider the possibility of making this baby part of my family. I ask Chris to find formula and he comes back with the discarded, questionable formula I saw during my search. I get angry with Chris, tell him there's no way we could possibly feed a baby that. Then I remember I have some sample formula upstairs in my grandmother's attic. I find it, along with a bottle and go downstairs and outside to finally feed the baby. But when I get there, it's daylight and the baby is gone. Where I left him is covered with manholes. I panic and look inside the holes. In one I see a body of a person, in another a dog's body and in the third I see the baby, who is now a white cat. I fear the cat is dead, but she's not, she opens her eyes and begins to move. I'm very relieved.

4 Comments:

At 1:47 AM, Blogger Do said...

Hi Reb ~

what a fascinating dream! here's an interesting online dream analyzer, it looks a bit odd, but sometimes comes up with interesting bits of interpration. it's based on key words.

freaky dreams:
http://www.freakydreams.com/freaky.htm

best,
doro

 
At 2:53 AM, Blogger Reb said...

Hey Dorothee, yeah, I've seen that before. I'm taking a more Jungian approach to my dream interpretation lately. :)

Reb

 
At 10:26 AM, Blogger Radish King said...

HOLY CRAP!
tor

 
At 8:17 AM, Blogger Diane Cipa said...

Draw it in a mandala. That always helped Jung.

 

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