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06 February 2004 @ 06:34 pm
The past two nights, my dreams have featured cannibalism...

To see cannibalism in your dream, symbolizes a destructive and forbidden desire or obsession. In a literal sense, cannibals consume people's lives, along with their energy. This dream may then denote an aspect of your life (career, relationship, children...) which is consistently draining your enthusiasm and vitality.
To dream that you are a victim of cannibalism, signifies that you feel that you are being "eaten alive" by work, a relationship, or a situation in your waking life.

The first night's dream involved one of my characters, "me" in a sense, being the victim of cannibalism. The culprits were a bunch of businessmen or other high-and-mighty rich types. I think my character/I was stuck on a spider's web.

To see a web in your dream, represents your desire to control everything around you. Alternatively, it suggests that you are being held back from fully expressing yourself. You feel trapped. The dream may also symbolize your network of acquaintances and associates.

My second dream involved faeries which were captured, tortured, starved and resorted to cannibalism to the delight of their captors. ...Did I mention I have strange dreams?

To see a fairy in your dream, indicates that you are in search of some help or advise for a problem or decision, but may not want to directly admit you need help. In particular, if the fairy is evil, then it suggests that an aspect of yourself needs to be set free. The fairy is also symbolic of your soul and the feminine qualities and aspects of yourself.

To see honey in your dream, denotes that you need to be less meek and more honest in communicating with others. You need to assert yourself and make sure you are heard. On the other hand, to see honey in your dream represents sweetness, peace, and joy.

Honey was used in a sort of mocking way...

So.. what is this trying to tell me?
CriScOcrisco747 on February 6th, 2004 07:54 pm (UTC)
That you play too many RPGs. :)
Marianneresplendentposy on February 6th, 2004 11:40 pm (UTC)
You're probably right... *snicker*
Vivinusvivinus on February 6th, 2004 10:33 pm (UTC)
Never let anyone interperate your dreams. Freud, Young and other psychoanalysts all interperated dreams differently.

The only person that can accurately interperate them is you.
(Anonymous) on October 19th, 2004 05:17 am (UTC)
Pregnant dreams
For the past two nights I have dreamed I was pregnant. I am like eight or nine months pregnant in the dreams but I always wake up before I have the baby. What does this mean?