posted on Feb, 2 2005 @ 10:21 PM
Maybe somebody can help me interpret this,
Had a dream last night that I was looking out my window and there were bulldozers pushing dirt around and clearing stuff for construction at the edge
of my block. Then I looked out across the waters at the city skyline and some buildings started to shake, then collapse. Then a skyscaper shook and
broke in two; all this destruction happened almost in a straight line, a path of buildings that were destroyed. It reminded me of a timed, planned
demolition, and it comforted me a tiny bit to think it was planned. But then I looked at all those broken buildings and I realized that there were
people living in them & now they're probably dead. I feel horrible. My mother is standing next to me and I tell her, "it's unthinkable." She tells
me a volcano went off. I feel like I don't know how life is ever going to be the same.
The part about the construction on my block I know refers to myself. I am undergoing an extended period of change--my immediate neighborhood and
everything that happens in it refers to my own self. But what does the city across the sea represent? This is really haunting me, because I know 100%
this dream refers to some big impending change, but to whom?
The city represents to me the place I used to work at (which I quit last year), it represents where I did most of my socializing. It represents big
business & the nightlife & entertainment. The biggest issues on my mind before I had the dream was resentment regarding my ex-job (legal issues, and a
perceived "let-down" by people I worked with who I thought were my friends) & a couple of new social contacts I made in the city as well as a
possible business contact. But I don't understand how the buildings collapsing relates to all this...and does this denote positive or simply negative
Also, I realize this dream is not actually prophetic in terms of an apocalypse. But I do feel it is preparing me for some sort of massive change.
Also, I did a big meditative "working" before I went to bed & in it I asked for guidance about my future.
If anybody with a little more objectivity than I could give me a clue, I would appreciate it.