Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Dream a little dream of ... baby prehistoric creatures?

Well, since it looks like all of my blogging friends have been having whacked out dreams, I decided to join the ranks.

I was at Mom and Dad's home. Across the street, their neighbor had a petting zoo. On their front lawn. And it had three baby woolly mammoths. One was five months old. How did I know this little tidbit? The zoo keeper (some Hollywood celeb who I did not know) told me when the mommoth rolled on it's side and started crying. It wanted to be with it's mommy and daddy.

And that's all I remember.

Why can't I have cool dreams? Dreams about being Laura Croft or having mad wild sex or living in Renaissance times.

Nope, not me. I get crying extinct mammals.


mdmhvonpa said...

I suppose it's better than being invited to the Queen of England's game parlour for tea and sandwiches ...

Rowan said...

I wouldn't fret, praaly means your are just less crazy than folk like I! Did you read my interp of my Croft dream? weird!

So since I value our online-friendship I give you this gift ....

To see your home in your dream, signifies security, basic needs, and values. You may feel at home at your new job or you finally feel settled and comfortable in a new environment.

To see your childhood home in particular, suggests your own desires for building a family. It also reflects aspects of yourself that were prominent or developed during the time you lived in that home. You may experience some feelings or unfinished expression of emotions that are now being triggered by a waking situation.

To dream that you are at a zoo, symbolizes loss of freedom and your abilities and talents go unnoticed. You or an aspect of your life feels caged in.

The zoo may also represent chaos and confusion as implied by the common phrase "this place is a zoo!" You may need to tidy up some situation in your life.

Dinosaur(sorry, closest match)
To see a dinosaur in your dream, symbolizes an outdated attitude. You may need to discard your old ways of thinking and habits.

To see an actor or actress in your dream, represents your pursuit for pleasure. Your admiration of a particular celebrity may lead to a desire to have some of their physical or personality traits.

To see someone else crying in your dream, may be a projection of your own feelings onto someone else. If you do not cry in your waking life, then seeing someone else cry may be a little easier to deal with then seeing yourself cry
To see a baby in your dream, signifies innocence, warmth and new beginnings. Babies may symbolize something in your own inner nature which is pure, vulnerable, and/or uncorrupted. Babies may represent an aspect of yourself that is vulnerable and helpless.
To dream of a crying baby, is indicative of a part of yourself that is deprived of attention and needs some nurturing. Alternatively, it represents your unfulfilled goals and a sense of lacking in your life.

I DON"T know really what the crying for mom and dad means, but here's what I could find, perhaps this could relate somehow:
To see your mother in your dream, represents the nurturing aspect of your own character. Mothers offer shelter, comfort, life, guidance and protection. Some people may have problems freeing themselves from their mothers and are thus seeking their own individuality and development.
To see your father in your dream, symbolizes authority and protection. It suggests that you need to be more self-reliant. Consider also your waking relationship with your father.

hope these help you figure it out!

Maidink said...

MDM - I probably would have enjoyed that. I'm an anglophile so the royals (not the ones in Kansas City) fascinates me.

Rowan - okay, for starters, you've had too much coffee already, am I right?

Secondly, you're dreams were too bizarre. Reading the interpretation made my head spin practically off my shoulders. Thank goodness for Velcro (tm).

As for me, I rarely remember my dreams. I didn't even sleep last night; hence, no mind movies.

Normally when I DO remember a dream, it does have a lot to do with my current situation. So, you're analysis stuff is right in some regards.

I currently have a good domestic life. My child is nuts but that's kids for ya.

I truly miss writing poetry and drawing and painting and sculpting and ... okay, you get the picture.

The damn mammoth is still a mystery. Why a mammoth? I mean I KNEW it was an infant woolly mammoth before I was told in my dream.

I am not a big Hollywood celeb person. Never was. So that is also a mystery.

I gotta get a coffee. Talk to you soon.