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      past life dream???

      I had a weired dream that was one of the weirdest dreams I had. let me know what you guys think what is this about?


      What I remember in this dream that it really felt like I was this female like if I was living.
      I remember I lived in a farm or something with my dad with brothers and sisters, not really sure how many or anything but I remember a baby in my dream that I found. I dont know where but it really wasnt mine but I took care of and love it so much. It was a male hispanic baby.


      The dream was so weird cuz it like fast forward into that life to the end of my life " as the female. The baby who I raised was about 16-18 years old in the end of my dream. I remember working with my dad killing the pigs or farm amimals on a boat which so we would have food and I did something wrong and he got piss off and push me into the thing where we killed to amimals in the boat.


      I remember that as I died in that dream, it was like my soul watching the child I rasied and love saw me die telling my dad that he wont have any good memeies as he would with him.


      I felt hurted. I remember in the beginning of the dream how I was there for my child and took care of him and no one else was there for him. It all flash back to me after my death in my dream. I cried and cried watching him in my dream when I died


      I wake up still crying and hurt from that dream even without thinking of it. I really do there is a after life. After I was thinking about that dream for a while that it all make since to me. Every single thing in that dream make all since to me. Im all big on finding true love and still searching for it. I always love hispanic guys and thats all I dated.


      I think that dream I had was my past life and now in this life, I am searching for something I loved and lost in my past life that I couldnt get over.


      I think my goal in life is to find him....
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      If you believe in past lives, I wont knock that. I once had similar beliefs.
      But what about your life now?
      Do you feel like your dad is a bully or that he puts work before you? Do you wonder if you'll ever have any good memories about your life?
      The hispanic baby could simply reflect your affection for that ethnicity.

      A lot of times, our dreams reflect what we're going through in real life. They'll also incorporate a LOT of info from our daily lives (even movies we've seen, books we've read, bits of gossip we've overheard).
      See if any part of your dream can be placed in your life over the last 1-2 weeks.

      In any case, awesome dream and welcome to DV!!!

      When I was a teen, I often dreamed I was mother to triplets. I watched them grow, play, fight. I remembered breast feeding and cuddling them. I thought it was me in an alternate universe (the timeline was the same I lived). Sometimes I would wake up depressed and aching for them. At other times, I'd be happy from found memories of that other life.
      As I got older, I realized the dreams were a combination of waking fantasies and stories I had read, as well as life events (I never got along with my folks which played into the dream).
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      no my dad doesnt bully me, we are distance from eachother. Also I find it weird why would I be dreaming of a baby? this wasnt a normal dream at all. If it did reflect by my life now by reading or whatever, why did I have that off the wall dream. idk sorry about all the questions

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      Not a problem.
      Ask as many questions as you can think of.

      http://www.dreamviews.com/community/...splay.php?f=19
      is an area where you may get more answers as to whether or not your dream was of a past life.

      It's just been my experience that my brain incorporates all sorts of weird input into seriously messed up and/or enjoyable dreams

      For instance, a couple of days ago I watched the TV show "Lost"; last night my kids were complaining about racists at their school; I've been reading "The Last Olympian"; my 4 kids have been warring against each other a lot lately; I burned our trash outside last week.
      Just take a look at my Dream Journal to see the crazy stuff that resulted.
      When I was younger, they would have been even crazier

      For me, when I "interpret" dreams (I use that term loosely), I consider several thing: age of the dreamer; social/family situations; major changes (good and bad); a little history; whether or not you actually ARE female lol.
      To interpret your own dream, break down the individual scenes:

      "I remember I lived in a farm or something with my dad with brothers and sisters, not really sure how many or anything "
      Were they your actual family? If not, do you ever think about having a bigger family. Do you actually live on a Farm? What do you associate with farms if you don't?

      "I remember a baby in my dream that I found. I dont know where but it really wasnt mine but I took care of and love it so much. It was a male hispanic baby."
      Are you female? How old are you? I was dreaming about having kids before I hit puberty so it could be physiologically symbolic (you wanting a family of your own).
      Are you male? If so, males have similar desires, but I would take it to be that the baby was symbolic of yourself (sexist, I know- sorry). You could be feeling lost, alone, in need of nurturing. Maybe you never knew your mom and wish you had. Or perhaps you just yearn for a more strong maternal influence in your life (hard to say).

      "The dream was so weird cuz it like fast forward into that life to the end of my life " as the female."
      Dreams are sometimes like that. It annoys the dickens out of me lol
      OR, it could mean that you feel your life is fast forwarding. Maybe you're having to/had to grow up too quickly.

      "The baby who I raised was about 16-18 years old in the end of my dream"
      Is that how old you are now? Those are years of "recogning (sp-blah)" It's when the kid becomes the adult and has to make their own way through the world. It's the "cycle of life".

      "I remember working with my dad killing the pigs or farm amimals on a boat which so we would have food"
      Do any of those things figure in to your life? Have your folks been strapped for money? Is food sometimes hard to come by? Or it could simply be symbolic of "bringing home the bacon".

      "and I did something wrong and he got piss off and push me into the thing where we killed to amimals in the boat."
      Which is why I asked if you see him as a bully.

      "I remember that as I died in that dream, it was like my soul watching the child I rasied and love saw me die"
      I'm not sure how I would interpet that because I'm not sure if I understand the sentence. Did you think of the child you raised and loved and/or did the child watch you die?
      Actually, I'd be drawing straws either way.


      "telling my dad that he wont have any good memeies as he would with him."
      With you and your dad being distanced, perhaps this part of the dream (if that's all it was, was just a dream) perhaps part of you misses the memories you could be making with him if the two of you were closer.

      Hope this has given you a slightly different perspective

      If the blizzard hits, I might not be on the internet for a week, but I'll look forward to your other posts

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