posted on Oct, 1 2011 @ 12:27 AM
The Environment is:
With kids mostly grown, a lot of adults have unfamiliar places in their dreams. The whole goals in their lives start to change when they're no
longer making decisions FOR their kids, but just being the cheerleaders. The most likely feelings is hidden from yourself, may be of still being
controlling, which is typical. People attempt to control others when they cannot control themselves. From the others who are dead: if some are in the
water, they probably drowned. If so, this is an aspect of something you can't control like a loss of individuality. This is stereotype of mothers
who are close to their kids—vicariously living through their kids.
From the darkness, I'd go for the not knowing where to start before any of the more emotional reactions.
1. If this is about letting go of your kids, you'd have to ask them if they feel like they need more independence from you, and have them state why.
People who are heavily involved parents often have a denial zone when stepping over boundaries. But then, what parent wants to let their kids scrape
their knees, without checking on the damage? And there's plenty of times parents aren't doing enough.
2. Now, if you've already started dealing with letting go of your kids, and I don't mean partially, this could also be about what you do to take up
the time that is no longer invested in their lives. Those type of projects, if they are too ambitious or in the wrong direction the rest of your life
needs to take, darkness stirs in dreams.
Out of everything, the stars moving and explosions are actually “bigger signs” than the rest. These are further out signals, but no less
important. Projects lead to your destiny; what you do now, leads your future to you. Loss, burying of feelings, something way-of-life destroying.
The Direct Situation: Part A
To any parent the search for their lost kids is more important to their area. Now, We could continue with the kids' relationship to you, or we could
go for the kids' being representations of aspects of your personality that you miss. Do you miss mothering your kids? If one of your kids happens
to be like what you were like as a kid, but you've given up a lot of that to be the adult you are, there could be something there? Do you feel like
you've lost your innocence? This country is trying to work itself up into a frothing mob, and other countries are as well. There's a lot of
disillusionment out there and unrest. Are there missed goals? Or just the fact that they're young and starting out when you need a change of pace?
There's a lot of ways this could go. Now, you are screaming for the kids, and screaming has to do with disillusionment and fears. Deep abiding rage
tends to be attached as well.
Surrounding this is death. Again, it's with a loss motif, although this could be about negative people surrounding you. People are running, which
is a lack of accountability or not wanting to face the source of the problem. Also, you're aware of this being the end. This has ties of depression
and inner conflict. This mutes the whole above environmental aspect. Worrying too much about letting go? Having some issues with the change in
relationship without taking it out on everyone?
The Direct Situation: Part B
Then all Hell breaks loose, and Smoke brings a change that is scary. This is something that is coming. As much as you love your kids and interact
with them, how soon will you have an empty nest? It's going to be you and your spouse, and what activities keep your busy. As soon as the kids are
no longer a financial burden, is someone retiring? The explosive part leads to some huge conflicts in interpretation. There's liberation: but it's
supposed to be of negative things being dragged to the surface. Everyone has old wounds from loved ones. We let them go, but sometimes we don't
deal with the hurt—we just bury it. So, this change is coming, and it is needed, but it's nowhere near pleasant. Your running reinforces the not
wanting to deal with the “change in weather”, but going to hide form it in a building? This is a representation of your inner being you're
running in, and it's about to be ruined. Also, being in a room is about relationships. And you're in there, exposed through this missing wall.
Walls are very much barriers. They hold shame, secrets, and repressed memories, and right on the other side of this disappearing wall is the plane of
death. Many faiths view death as a transition, and this is no different. Then you're shocked into comprehension: the plane's going to take you.
Change is coming, and all the emotions and behaviour around it can't stop it, so you wake up, just to go back into the whole “fallen walls and open
doors” and “Change is coming” motif.