Dream interpretation about Died, Gay, Hugging, Aunt, Family, Grandmother, Marijuana, Smoking, Daughter, Girl, Sleep, Year, Guy, Door, Foot, Front, Uncle, Walking, Woods, Clothes, Van, Purple, Ask, Passing, Going
I’m waiting with my family for my grandma to pass. Ashley from Cloudcity is there and so is her daughter who is only 16 years younger. John is there and some younger gay guys. Dawn is smoking weed. Aunt Jen is there. Mimi is there for support. Even though I don’t talk to her and ask for a cigarette in front of her, i feel a little better knowing she is there. I go for a walk. Nana calls me and says tell gramma about the inheritance. I don’t remember what else she says. I see my van and know that she is passing in here. I open the door and her stiff foot grabs me. She starts to say “Karen?” And then says “oh, Sarah” I don’t remember what I say. I hug her “gramma you’re not going yet are you?” She says not just yet. “They were supposed to take me out in a beautiful maple wood with purple trimming” she said or maybe just showed me. Owen comes behind me dressed as a girl. I can tell gramma doesn’t know who he is completely. Where’s your uncle Gary? She asks. I pause for a moment. “He died already” I say. A moment later she says “okay I’m going back to sleep” and I let her.
4 Feb 2024
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The dream evoked a sense of melancholy and longing for a loved one.
This dream was recurring 5 times last week
The dream carried a deep emotional weight, reflecting the gravity of the situation at hand.
The dream had a mix of realistic and surreal elements, blurring the line between the conscious and subconscious mind.
The dream was highly vivid, with clear and detailed imagery making the experience quite immersive.
The dream was somewhat fragmented, reflecting the complex emotions and thoughts associated with the circumstances depicted.
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Sarah, it's clear that the dream you had was emotionally charged, involving themes of family, loss, and transition. Waiting for your grandmother to pass in the dream suggests you may be processing thoughts about endings and the natural cycle of life. Your grandmother's mention of specific funeral arrangements may reflect a desire for legacy and remembrance, as well as a sense of control over one's final moments. Owen's appearance as a girl could signify an acknowledgment of changes within people you know or aspects of yourself that are transforming. The presence of various family members and friends, including those you might not be close with like Mimi, points to a deep-seated need for support and connection during times of grief or stress, even from unexpected sources. The inheritance conversation with your grandmother might indicate an awareness of the responsibilities and changes that come with the passing of a loved one. Looking at your previous dreams, there are recurring motifs of water and marine life, which often symbolize emotions and the unconscious. Your recent dream, however, is more grounded, focusing on family dynamics and personal transformation. This shift might suggest that you're currently more preoccupied with real-life family matters and your place within these relationships rather than the more abstract or whimsical themes observed earlier.
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