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      My husband. myself and my daughter were living in this house. We had these neighbors. Well the neighbors wife would come over to visit. (The girl was a girl I went to elementary and jr. high with. Haven't seen her in years) Anyways our plumbing was messed up in the bathroom. So I went into the living room to tell my spouse about the plumbing. And I see her laying on his chest. So I ask what's going on. And they acted like it was normal that they were doing that in front of me. So I became enraged and told him I was leaving him. At that moment out of no where my ex was there (seemed like we were in a different place not the house this was all taking place in.) And I remember how good it felt that he was there and the attraction we had at one time years back. Now he is poof...just gone. (It seemed like it was a daydream in the middle of the fight with my spouse.) So my friend comes over to help me pack up mine and my daughters stuff so my dad could come help us move it. My friend left to the store. I was in the backyard when all the sudden the girl from next door came out to talk to me. But all the sudden my spouse and some other man (I hadn't seen this man in the house previously...if it matters.) grab her from behind. At that moment all i could hear was people screaming. I went inside and saw the people in different rooms that they were torturing and dismembering.(at this point I began to see why our plumbing was plugged. And I remember thinking maybe the reason he acted so nonchalant about this affair was because he didn't really like her. That they just needed a victim. And was wondering why they had never hurt me.) I was thinking how could I live here and not know this was happening! I ran back outside and saw a man in a water trough that was in the process of being boiled. The fire under the trough was barely starting. I started running jumping fences to get 2 houses down to get help. Then the dream ended. I woke up feeling emotionally drained. I could still hear all the screaming in my head also. Thanks for any help with this.

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      Even though I've read before men have more violent and sexual dreams (maybe they just mean more frequently per man rather than by each man), I swear this website proves the opposite. Then again, many probably don't find all these things as disturbing and so don't post about it. I digress.

      Have you really ever experienced anything real messed up (maybe not to this degree) in your life before? Ever had a fascination or interest in it? Like as a subject of study or anything? Has anything happened that might have kind of triggered this that you can think of? I'm sorry, I don't feel like I can interpret dreams all that well unless I know more information about the dreamer. In fact this is one of the very few times besides the post I just made in another thread in this section that I even post in Dream Interpretation.

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      Hi! Thanks for the reply. As far as experiencing anything messed up goes...Just the one occasion where someone was shot and left in my yard of all the yards on the block. I knew of the person just didn't know them personally. It was a small area....everyone knew of everyone. Other than that I have been more than one abusive situation.

      I do have an interest in things macabre. I have a thing about serial killers and murder period. Just a part of me wants to know what makes people tick. And what makes people snap and do the things they do sometimes. I don't know, none of this may be of any help at all. It's not unusual for me to have some weird sometimes "strong" dreams as I call them. But this one bothered me I think because it involved my spouse in a strange way.

      I am also going through some changes involving my daughter's dad who is in prison. Other than that I don't really have too awful much going on. I appreciate your response and willingness to help me out.

      Quote Originally Posted by snoop View Post
      Even though I've read before men have more violent and sexual dreams (maybe they just mean more frequently per man rather than by each man), I swear this website proves the opposite. Then again, many probably don't find all these things as disturbing and so don't post about it. I digress.

      Have you really ever experienced anything real messed up (maybe not to this degree) in your life before? Ever had a fascination or interest in it? Like as a subject of study or anything? Has anything happened that might have kind of triggered this that you can think of? I'm sorry, I don't feel like I can interpret dreams all that well unless I know more information about the dreamer. In fact this is one of the very few times besides the post I just made in another thread in this section that I even post in Dream Interpretation.

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      SpaceyLacy, since dreams are so personal to one self. I hope my questions to you now, dont feel to disrespectful to you. I dont mind doing an interpretation of your dreams, but I would like to start with asking you these following questions to see that my interpretion I have in mind, actually are right. So it's not something that just sound good.

      You obviously dont need to answear any of these questions if you dont want too. But If you do, pleace try to look with an hounest inention for the answears within you. So here is what I see, and wounder if it's true to you:

      The girl was a girl I went to elementary and jr. high with. Haven't seen her in years
      Could you recall anything you felt about this girl back then? (any feelings.)

      Do you feel that you have any deeper problems in your current relationship?

      Do you have a hard time with being jealous when it comes to romantic relationships?

      Do you longing/thinking about your ex alot?

      And have you thought about these kind of questions before, but tying to look past them or ignore them?
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      Hey! I don't mind answering your questions. As far as the girl goes. No particular feelings towards her. She was a really nice girl. I do recall feeling bad for her. The reason being was because in our Jr high years I did notice things about their household that differed from my own. It was way more chaotic than my own. I always felt something was off at her house when I was over there. Although I never was able to figure out exactly why it felt that way.

      I don't feel my current relationship has any deep problems. This is the best relationship I have ever been in. Open communication, no abuse, lots of trust between the two of us. Only thing that bothers me sometimes is the drinking he does. It doesn't change him or his attitude towards me when he drinks. Its more of a health issue I worry about coming around from his drinking. Especially with the recent loss of his father and the reasons for his illness.

      Jealousy...not so much. Not to say I have never been jealous. There just isn't much of it in this relationship. And that would be because of the trust and respect we have for one another. ( unlike my past relationships).

      I do think of my ex at times. We had a lot of fun together, but we also had a lot of problems. I think when the relationship ended there was no real closure to that long term relationship. I by no means want him back or anything. I think I feel bad for him and his life circumstances and all. While together I really tried to help him get it together. We had an intense relationship. Very strong connection.

      I have pondered on a couple of these questions before. Only to become impatient and put it off because an answer wasn't becoming clear quick enough. I also due tend to push things down inside. I think it has become a defense mechanism for me.

      No disrespect or offense was taking from your questions. Appreciate your help


      QUOTE=DreamyBear;2128344]SpaceyLacy, since dreams are so personal to one self. I hope my questions to you now, dont feel to disrespectful to you. I dont mind doing an interpretation of your dreams, but I would like to start with asking you these following questions to see that my interpretion I have in mind, actually are right. So it's not something that just sound good.

      You obviously dont need to answear any of these questions if you dont want too. But If you do, pleace try to look with an hounest inention for the answears within you. So here is what I see, and wounder if it's true to you:

      Could you recall anything you felt about this girl back then? (any feelings.)

      Do you feel that you have any deeper problems in your current relationship?

      Do you have a hard time with being jealous when it comes to romantic relationships?

      Do you longing/thinking about your ex alot?

      And have you thought about these kind of questions before, but tying to look past them or ignore them?[/QUOTE]
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      No disrespect or offense was taking from your questions. Appreciate your help
      Good! I mean, personal issues often tend to get kind of problematic easily. And since I think that dreams mostly involve personal issues for one self, then I just want to asure you that Im not have the intention to be provocative or offensive in my interpretion of any ones dreams. But merely tell what I see. Here is my interpretion.

      our plumbing was messed up in the bathroom. So I went into the living room to tell my spouse about the plumbing.
      Since the bathroom is a pretty private space to be in, and that there was a problem with the plumbing, that could be seen as a blocking. So it sounds that the dream are refering this scenario as that there is some sort of blocking/problem in your private life.

      So I went into the living room to tell my spouse about the plumbing. And I see her laying on his chest. So I ask what's going on. And they acted like it was normal that they were doing that in front of me. So I became enraged and told him I was leaving him.
      Since the plumbing indicates that there is a problem, your dream present a scenario where your spouse feels that he are inocent in what he are doing, even if the scenario looks wrong from your point of view. And since this is your dream, created within your thoughts. I feel like the dream are trying to test your feelings, in a situation where the spouse are representing a inocent but confusing scenario. A scenario confusing enough to provoke a provacative situation that leaves you with a option to confront your spouse with further question, to slve the confusion of the situation. Or simply act out the first spontanous feelings that comes to mind.

      So I became enraged and told him I was leaving him. At that moment out of no where my ex was there (seemed like we were in a different place not the house this was all taking place in.) And I remember how good it felt that he was there and the attraction we had at one time years back. Now he is poof...just gone. (It seemed like it was a daydream in the middle of the fight with my spouse.)
      Since this daydream of your ex and your feelings in the past with him come to mind, in middle of your fight like a daydream. Makes It sounds like you are having doubts with your own feelings for your spouse. And that you therefore have a higher risk of becoming more insecure of he's feelings towards you. And that feeling could been the starter of the uncomfortable situation, that you where confronted with in the beginning of your dream. When the girl lay on top of his chest. When you told that this girl was reminded you of chaos, that could be the reason why she was in your dream as well. She could representing the chaos that you might feel within yourself, or with your private life.
      So my friend comes over to help me pack up mine and my daughters stuff so my dad could come help us move it. My friend left to the store. I was in the backyard when all the sudden the girl from next door came out to talk to me. But all the sudden my spouse and some other man (I hadn't seen this man in the house previously...if it matters.) grab her from behind. At that moment all i could hear was people screaming. I went inside and saw the people in different rooms that they were torturing and dismembering.(at this point I began to see why our plumbing was plugged.
      To start with, I see your friend and your dad as a representation of secure and comfort feelings where you dont seek romance from. Which obviously leave out the romantic relationship part since thats what you are trying to get away from, by leaving your spouse. And the stress of your love life behind by fleeing from it. You now find yourself with the wife/girl that are representing your inner feeling of chaos. The wife as I see it here, are representing you. Your inner conflicts with your love of two men at once. One is your spouse, and the other man is most likely the ex. The house which should be a secure base for any loving couple. It seems like you want to flee that, since you find yourself moving out, and standing in the backyard, which is out side away from the chaos that occures inside of the house, that should feel safe and secure for love.

      But all the sudden my spouse and some other man (I hadn't seen this man in the house previously...if it matters.) grab her from behind. At that moment all i could hear was people screaming. I went inside and saw the people in different rooms that they were torturing and dismembering.(at this point I began to see why our plumbing was plugged. And I remember thinking maybe the reason he acted so nonchalant about this affair was because he didn't really like her. That they just needed a victim. And was wondering why they had never hurt me.)
      The dream how ever, are playing two parts of yourself here, and one is the wife. And when you hear the screaming, you felt obligated to see whats going on inside.(inside house: your love life) So you move back in to see a even more horrifying scenario. You dont really want to look at your own feelings here, and thats why they scare you. And the torturing and dismembering parts are representing those feelings of that fear to look and understand what is going on. Your dream is basically telling you see your love life as a torture within yourself right now. Not that your spouse are treating you bad or anything, but that you feel insecure with your own feelings. And now you start to see why all this horror are causing the problem with that the plumbing is plugged as you say.

      And I remember thinking maybe the reason he acted so nonchalant about this affair was because he didn't really like her. That they just needed a victim. And was wondering why they had never hurt me.
      I think it would be better for you to see for yourself, and figure out this one. But now with the knowledge that the wife is representing your inner love chaos. Maybe there never was any reason for being jealous at your spouse?

      I was thinking how could I live here and not know this was happening!
      That sounds like a realization of your own emotions. To translate the dream realization: I was thinking how could I live with these feelings and not know this chaos was happening because of that!

      I ran back outside and saw a man in a water trough that was in the process of being boiled. The fire under the trough was barely starting. I started running jumping fences to get 2 houses down to get help. Then the dream ended. I woke up feeling emotionally drained.
      You now once again trying to flee the house where your love life takes place. And all these scenarios are basically show you that you are trying to run away from your inner chaos, in order to solve the inner chaos. That is what the running for help are representing as i see it. Your trying to save yourself by fleeing your own feeling. This is how ever, is the most common thing to do for most people as I have come to recognize. So I sure hope you dont see any shame or guilt in this, if all this sounds accurate to you.

      I have pondered on a couple of these questions before. Only to become impatient and put it off because an answer wasn't becoming clear quick enough. I also due tend to push things down inside. I think it has become a defense mechanism for me.
      To summarize your dream, I think your dream are trying to show you how you are dealing with problems. Maybe you should take some more time to deal with your inner confusion after all? It's up to you in the end. But I wish you luck if you do try to solve your situations. And as I said before, I hope all this doesnt becomes to overwhelming or offensive in any way. Good luck to you, and much love!
      You are not your thoughts...

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      I think you are probably dead on with your interpretation of this dream. I believe I should absolutely take the time to deal with my inner stuff. I see it as a big benefit even if it means facing some negative situations along the way.I've spent half of my life fleeing myself ( from a number of things throughout my life) and the other half self medicating to make avoidance even easier. (Well at the time it seemed easier. But in the end it made things more problematic.) I have almost 8 yrs of sobriety and am still learning how to deal with myself and all the things I avoid. It's been a difficult journey. Not impossible....just difficult.

      Thank you so much for your response. I appreciate the time you've taken to help me out. And I know within myself that you are absolutely right!! Thank you again Its been eye-opening for sure.


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      Good! I mean, personal issues often tend to get kind of problematic easily. And since I think that dreams mostly involve personal issues for one self, then I just want to asure you that Im not have the intention to be provocative or offensive in my interpretion of any ones dreams. But merely tell what I see. Here is my interpretion.

      Since the bathroom is a pretty private space to be in, and that there was a problem with the plumbing, that could be seen as a blocking. So it sounds that the dream are refering this scenario as that there is some sort of blocking/problem in your private life.

      Since the plumbing indicates that there is a problem, your dream present a scenario where your spouse feels that he are inocent in what he are doing, even if the scenario looks wrong from your point of view. And since this is your dream, created within your thoughts. I feel like the dream are trying to test your feelings, in a situation where the spouse are representing a inocent but confusing scenario. A scenario confusing enough to provoke a provacative situation that leaves you with a option to confront your spouse with further question, to slve the confusion of the situation. Or simply act out the first spontanous feelings that comes to mind.

      Since this daydream of your ex and your feelings in the past with him come to mind, in middle of your fight like a daydream. Makes It sounds like you are having doubts with your own feelings for your spouse. And that you therefore have a higher risk of becoming more insecure of he's feelings towards you. And that feeling could been the starter of the uncomfortable situation, that you where confronted with in the beginning of your dream. When the girl lay on top of his chest. When you told that this girl was reminded you of chaos, that could be the reason why she was in your dream as well. She could representing the chaos that you might feel within yourself, or with your private life.
      To start with, I see your friend and your dad as a representation of secure and comfort feelings where you dont seek romance from. Which obviously leave out the romantic relationship part since thats what you are trying to get away from, by leaving your spouse. And the stress of your love life behind by fleeing from it. You now find yourself with the wife/girl that are representing your inner feeling of chaos. The wife as I see it here, are representing you. Your inner conflicts with your love of two men at once. One is your spouse, and the other man is most likely the ex. The house which should be a secure base for any loving couple. It seems like you want to flee that, since you find yourself moving out, and standing in the backyard, which is out side away from the chaos that occures inside of the house, that should feel safe and secure for love.



      The dream how ever, are playing two parts of yourself here, and one is the wife. And when you hear the screaming, you felt obligated to see whats going on inside.(inside house: your love life) So you move back in to see a even more horrifying scenario. You dont really want to look at your own feelings here, and thats why they scare you. And the torturing and dismembering parts are representing those feelings of that fear to look and understand what is going on. Your dream is basically telling you see your love life as a torture within yourself right now. Not that your spouse are treating you bad or anything, but that you feel insecure with your own feelings. And now you start to see why all this horror are causing the problem with that the plumbing is plugged as you say.

      I think it would be better for you to see for yourself, and figure out this one. But now with the knowledge that the wife is representing your inner love chaos. Maybe there never was any reason for being jealous at your spouse?

      That sounds like a realization of your own emotions. To translate the dream realization: I was thinking how could I live with these feelings and not know this chaos was happening because of that!

      You now once again trying to flee the house where your love life takes place. And all these scenarios are basically show you that you are trying to run away from your inner chaos, in order to solve the inner chaos. That is what the running for help are representing as i see it. Your trying to save yourself by fleeing your own feeling. This is how ever, is the most common thing to do for most people as I have come to recognize. So I sure hope you dont see any shame or guilt in this, if all this sounds accurate to you.

      To summarize your dream, I think your dream are trying to show you how you are dealing with problems. Maybe you should take some more time to deal with your inner confusion after all? It's up to you in the end. But I wish you luck if you do try to solve your situations. And as I said before, I hope all this doesnt becomes to overwhelming or offensive in any way. Good luck to you, and much love!
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      I think you are probably dead on with your interpretation of this dream. I believe I should absolutely take the time to deal with my inner stuff. I see it as a big benefit even if it means facing some negative situations along the way.I've spent half of my life fleeing myself ( from a number of things throughout my life) and the other half self medicating to make avoidance even easier. (Well at the time it seemed easier. But in the end it made things more problematic.) I have almost 8 yrs of sobriety and am still learning how to deal with myself and all the things I avoid. It's been a difficult journey. Not impossible....just difficult.

      Thank you so much for your response. I appreciate the time you've taken to help me out. And I know within myself that you are absolutely right!! Thank you again Its been eye-opening for sure.
      Your welcome SpaceyLacy! I can now understand why your message in the dream was so clear. It seems that you have made some huge improvments with your life issues already, and I bet that you will be making a lot more progress with your way of open-mindedness towards your remaining situations that you will be face along your journey, to the more improved you. This was a very interesting dream to look at, and it is admirable to see that you are so open about your current issues. It sure take some great courage make such a confession for one self. Im how ever glad that this was to any help to you, and I wish you much luck with your continuous progress with your inner work!
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