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Dream interpretation about Falling, Break-in, Friends, Life, Child, Couple, Middle, Past, Space, Year, Stuff, Attention, Face, Floor, Part, Point, Side, Television, Thought, Wall, Basement, Looking, Plants, Woods, Furniture, Box, Super

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I was sitting in my finished basement with a couple of friends we were gathered around a large wooden object that functioned as a table sort of.  The wood was worn slightly from neglect.  I was talking about how they don't make furniture solid like this anymore.  "The stuff they make these days will break in a few years and have to be replaced.  Things like this were built to last for generations.  I used to have a dresser too.  It was super heavy. I had to get rid of it.  I still have mixed feelings about that. I like the brass fixtures on this, they're really nice".  I played with a screw I saw sticking out on the bottom corner and it fell out.  I pushed it back into its hole. I stood up, we had been sitting on the floor.  I noticed the face of it - which was pointed toward the wall and slightly obscured by the stools I had sitting around it on one that side (we would primarily sit on the other side so we could face the television mounted on the wall).  I noticed that the wooden object had the face of an old radio.  It was beautiful.  Brass plates, knobs, dials.   It should really be facing in toward the center of the room, I thought, where people had a better chance to see it - even with the stools around it.  This was made back when a radio was a piece of furniture, not just a tiny box. Though I can't remember when I've last listened to a radio. I began to consider the large piece of furniture, and the space it occupied in the room.  There would be so much more space to live if I committed the sacrilege of getting rid of it.  The kids could play freely in a space like this.  But it's the past. It feels dishonorable to just discard it.  I looked around and noted that while this space was much more organized than my current life, yet it was dominated by this old piece of furniture.  Several plants which I was attempting to care for were unhealthy.  I considered how being rid of the old radio would allow them to be cared for more appropriately.

Dream date:

15 Feb 2024

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Summary:

👨 men of your age from 🇺🇸 had dreams about Fight by 22.4% more than 👧 women.

Emotional tone:

The dreamer feels a mix of nostalgia, regret, and practicality as they contemplate letting go of an old piece of furniture.

Frequency:

This dream was recurring 2 times last week

Intensity:

The dream maintains a steady level of intensity, primarily centered around the dreamer's internal conflict regarding the wooden object.

Realism:

The dream presents a detailed and believable scenario, with a focus on the physical attributes and history of the wooden object.

Vividness:

The dream is described with rich sensory details, allowing the reader to visualize the wooden object and the surrounding environment clearly.

Coherence:

The dream follows a logical progression of thoughts and actions, with the dreamer's contemplation of the wooden object driving the narrative.

Dream symbols

Falling

Falling

Break-in

Break-in

Friends

Friends

Life

Life

Child

Child

Couple

Couple

Middle

Middle

Past

Past

Space

Space

Year

Year

Stuff

Stuff

Attention

Attention

Face

Face

Floor

Floor

Part

Part

Point

Point

Side

Side

Television

Television

Thought

Thought

Wall

Wall

Basement

Basement

Looking

Looking

Plants

Plants

Woods

Woods

Furniture

Furniture

Box

Box

Super

Super

AI dream details

🤩 Emotion
Neutral
😟 Depression
Moderate
🤯 Sentiment
Positive

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Yvette Miller

Yvette Miller

Behavioral psychology & Wellness Advocate

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Mike, The recurring theme of furniture in your dreams, particularly the old wooden object resembling a radio, suggests a conflict between preserving the past and embracing change. The radio symbolizes a connection to the past, representing values, traditions, and memories that you hold dear. You express admiration for its durability and craftsmanship, reflecting your appreciation for things built to last. However, the radio's placement, facing the wall and obscured by stools, indicates a sense of neglect or undervaluing of these past connections. You contemplate the possibility of letting go of this old furniture to create more space and freedom in your life, representing a desire for change and progress. This internal struggle mirrors your mixed feelings about discarding your old dresser, highlighting the emotional attachment you have to these tangible pieces of the past. Your dream also touches on themes of growth and nurturing, as symbolized by the unhealthy plants in the room. The presence of these plants suggests a desire for personal growth and well-being, but the dominance of the old furniture hinders your ability to properly care for them. This could represent challenges in balancing your past with your present and future aspirations. Considering your previous dreams, the common thread seems to be a sense of being stuck or held back by external factors or internal struggles. In the dream where you were driving with your family and nearly missed an accident, you expressed frustration at not being able to fully move forward. Similarly, in the dream about the church dinner, you felt like an outsider and missed out on the main event. These dreams suggest a pattern of feeling disconnected or unable to fully participate in life's experiences. Overall, Mike, your dreams appear to be prompting you to reflect on the balance between honoring the past and embracing change, as well as addressing any internal obstacles that may be hindering your personal growth and fulfillment. It might be helpful to explore these themes further, perhaps through journaling, meditation, or seeking guidance from a trusted friend or counselor.
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