Plane crash - dream analysis
THE DREAM I don't see any people, its just like a picture of calm sea near the shore, a white sand, its a sunny day, then there's rain and then plane crash comes to my mind right away but I don't see any plane, and I woke up.
GUESSWORK The dreamers husband told her that he was waiting for a lab test. This made her worried that he had some sort of disease.
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ASSOCIATIONS AND SYMBOLIC MEANINGS
1. The calm sea and weather represent the current state of the dreamers world. Things are settled and happy.
2. The plane crash represents future worries. Her husband could get ill. The crash could represent this looming disaster.
3. The plane could alternatively represent worries about a future plane journey.
DREAM ANALYSIS In guesswork the dream was linked to the dreamers worries about her husbands medical tests. The dream deals with the following themes
- a possible personal disaster
- a calm settled life
If you weave together the different themes you find that they could capture these thoughts -"I worry that my husband could be ill. Things are going well but this is a potential life changing situation. Its difficult to imagine now. Things can change."
Its likely that the dream does relate to this. The crash is out of site - just on the same way that the health threat is a little distant and difficult to get your head around.
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