URBAN CUPID - That Obscure Object of Desire
August 03, 2012 @ 00:00 am
Dreams are a powerful source of information; if we pay attention to them they can reveal exciting things about us. Dream interpretation and analysis of dream symbols offer glimpses into the person you are; and what is better than knowing yourself and your
Today’s topic runs along the same lines; we had received two questions on Facebook, under messages, where two people had sent their dreams to interpret as a key to understand where they stand in their respective relationships. The overshadowing coincidence, that brought us to two very interesting conclusions, was that both these individuals are in a relationship that has left them feeling at sea.
Preeti Vohra: I had a reunion with an ex-boyfriend. I loved him, even the reasons for our separation was stupid. We have not seen each other for 6 years but the night before, I dreamt of a reunion. We were just walking around, going past wedding halls that were noisily proclaiming marriages. The area seemed like Lucknow, my hometown; it felt as if we had never been a part. I do not know how he felt about the whole thing but I felt as if we had started all over again. I do not even remember what we were talking about but we did not kiss. I am already dating someone, though we have succumbed to, many misunderstandings; I feel so guilty.
UC: Hey Preeti, aren’t dreams wonderful? You obviously must be confused about what just happened, but just enjoy those moments, in silence; they are symbols of a reality you want to be a part of. However, those moments need not be spent with the same guy. After all, if you look at this dream from a scientific perspective, what your subconscious is trying to tell you is that you ought to be with an old friend that you trust. Preeti, why don’t you spend some time with someone you are familiar with, so that you feel more at home? And the wedding halls are just representations of a situation you are in, we are guessing you are feeling the insecurity of being of a marriageable age, but are not settled in a relationship that can translate into marriage.
Well Preeti, we hope that answers your query. Now, let us move on to the other question that has been sent by Sania Syed, from Rajasthan.
Sania Syed: Suddenly, my father, who is no more, was trying to stab me with something that would certainly kill me. I struggled with him, but he finally gave me an injection that made my tongue and throat feel numb. He kept on telling me that he was only doing his duty. I felt as if I was going to die but then I escaped and found some passerby’s who took me to hospital and the oddest thing happened; the doctor who cured me was my father. I think it was my father’s reaction to my having lost my virginity to a guy I do not see anymore. Any idea?
UC: First of all, we are very sorry to hear about your father’s death. Let’s hope that this interpretation comforts you. Interestingly, the dream has nothing to do with your father wanting to harm you. Though, anyone can go deeper and deeper into the meaning of this dream, but trust us deep is the limit. Looking at it from the surface, offers much more insight. Your feeling numb, clearly points out to certain emotions that you have not been perfectly expressed, in reality. The fact that you were saved by passerby’s, is a clear indicator of the subconscious healing that has been taking place in you after your father’s death. It is not surprising that he was the doctor, in the end; it is just that he is an essence of the happiness that you are missing. Saina, you are just undergoing a healing process and you just need to convince yourself that your father is always going to be by your side.
As usual, Urban Cupid would like to thank you for your questions; and for now cupid must wrap away into his veil of love until heartbreak strikes again.
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