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    Lego Biplane

    by , 07-09-2018 at 02:11 PM (89 Views)
    Morning of July 9, 2018. Monday.

    I am in our present home in my dream, though which seems rotated from north to west, perpendicular to its real location on the corner (intersection).

    Our youngest son is building a biplane from Lego. However, when I look again, it seems he has changed it so that it is now a building. He is sitting on our youngest daughter’s bed (where he had slept temporarily). I puzzle over this. I visualize the Lego biplane as being vertical and upright, but then consider that I may have only been looking at the “skeletal” foundation of the building (even though it was an actual transformation typical of the dream state).

    This dream is based on very common (an average of more than once per sleep cycle) anticipatory autosymbolism for vestibular system correlation. This does not always result in actual “flight” or a direct change in physicality upon waking (such as a hypnopompic kick or common falling sensation). In this case, with the bed as the literal dream state indicator, with an airplane autosymbolism for physicality in regard to VSC, it simply represents standing up after getting out of bed, though is also an association with our youngest son sometimes standing on this same bed in reality.

    Some previous (posted online) dreams in which a biplane or biplane hang glider has featured include:

    Biplane Hang Glider Mishap, February 27, 2016

    Biplane in my Pillow, April 4, 2012

    Water from a Biplane, December 20, 2010

    Biplane Directive, January 2, 1972

    They are not as common as other flight symbols (that is, dream state contemporaneous symbolism of VSC, which is usually unrelated to waking life), such as helicopters, of which have featured in hundreds of my dreams since childhood, some featured in my entry “40 Helicopter Dreams”, posted on May 20, 2018.

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