Wednesday, August 8, 2012

The monkey, the scyscraper and the open chest, sores

8 August 2012 and the 20th of Ramadan, the most important 10 days of the year for the Muslims has started tonight.

I dream about a big large house, a scy-scraper, and how they are renovating it. Many of my studentfriends are in the lift-machine learning many things. My husband is going down to tell the Electrician how to do it right, who in his turn is annoyed by his presence. I am on the outside when I meet a little hairy monkey. I am not afraid of him, he is very cute and I take him in my arms, like a baby and he is with me when I go inside of the big building. Inside I am trying to wash my self, to make woudho, but there are many people. I have a room upstairs, but I am going downstairs to the masjid and I am going to wash myself there instead. I have a lot of things on me; Socks, rings, etc. It takes time and I am a little bit stressed out. When I go up I find out that my chest is open, that the cream I had put on my chest has made my chest sore i.e. it was like my chest was all cut up with a knife in several places. I showed it to somebody (!).

Yesterday I did all my prayers, but I missed one when I was trying to help my neighbour, listening to her, she was really upset. Then I also helped her to the hospital when she was afraid that her child was going to die, because he has soars in his throat. I have the ability to calm her down, alhamdoillah. During the night I read the Qur'an and it felt reeeeeally good. I love to read when it is easy to read. I was also afraid about my mother because she felt very badly yesterday. 

Interpretations by dreammoods.

To see a skyscraper in your dream represents your high ideals, creativity, accomplishments and imagination. You always aim high at whatever you do. The skyscraper is seen as a metaphor for the foresights and achievements of man. Alternatively, the dream represents the phallus.

To dream that you are renovating indicates that you are looking at life from a new perspective. Your old ideas or habits are being replaced by new ways of looking at the world. Alternatively, the dream suggests that you have triumph over much adversity.

To dream that you are a student indicates that you need better understanding of something. There is some learning you need to do in order to get ahead in life.

To see your husband in your dream signifies the waking relationship with your husband and the subconscious feelings you have towards him. The dream may be trying to focus on hidden elements that you are not addressing in your waking life. 

To dream of electricity symbolizes vigor and life energy. You need to be revitalized. Alternatively, the dream suggests that you need to conserve your energy.
To dream that the electricity is fried or out indicates your lack of insight and perspective on a situation.

To see a monkey in your dream symbolizes deceit, insight and intuition. Those around you are working to advance their own interest. Alternatively, monkeys indicate an immature attitude, a playful nature and the mischievous side of your personality. To see an ape in your dream indicates deception, mischievous, and falsehood. Alternatively, it may refer that you or someone have gone "ape". You need to calm down. The ape may also symbolize your wild inner nature, particularly your sexual nature.

To see water in your dream symbolizes your subconscious and your emotional state of mind. Water is the living essence of the psyche and the flow of life energy. It is also symbolic of spirituality, knowledge, healing and refreshment. 

To hear running water in your dream denotes meditation and reflection. You are reflecting on your thoughts and emotions

To dream that you or others are in distress represents worries and unhappiness in your waking life. You will find that your worries were unfounded and that they will turn out to be better than expected. Perhaps the dream is telling you to lighten up. To dream that you are under stress, reflects the actual stress that you are experiencing in your waking life. The stress has carried over into your dream state where even in your sleep, you are unable to relax. The dream may call attention to some setbacks, obstacles, self-doubts, or criticism that you are facing in some waking situation or relationship. You are on the verge of breaking down and need to take some leisure time off to distance yourself from these issues.

To see your chest in your dream signifies confidence, conquest and vitality. Alternatively, it represents feelings of being overwhelmed and being dangerously confronted by something. Consider also if the dream is telling you that there is something that you need to "get off your chest". 

To dream that you have sores on your body suggest that you are keeping in some negative emotions and attitudes that need to be released and expressed. Consider the symbolism of the body area where the sores are located.� Perhaps the dream is an indication that you are still feeling sore and resentful about some situation or relationship.
To feel sore in your dream indicates that you are feeling worn down by some emotional issue.

When I read this I remember that I have to be careful about my neighbor and her family, as they have a bad reputation. I can't trust them at 100% as I am doing with people. I really love this neighbour and her child, but I can't be confident in her as I have been. The family is known as liars. Sadly enough. 

About my husband it is true that I am a little bit annoyed by his critizism and his perfection-attitude. But, hey, what can I do with this guy. He is good. But I remember that I had i fight with him yesterday about how he has to react with the children. Perhaps that is what its shown in my dream. 

About the scyscraper: I am trying to learn the Qur'an and to read it now when it is Ramadan. I am trying to be calm and to refresh myself and to purify myself within. I felt calm the last weeks, during Ramadan, when nothing is onto me, like work, school, family, friends. I love to be alone with my little family, and this year I have achieved to do good, inchallah. 


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