DNA dream - dream analysis
THE DREAM I was looking at DNA. This was all the DNA since the beginning of time
GUESSWORK The dreamer was thinking about some ideas about art. A friends artwork was highly linked to DNA. Several scientists had seen the connection. The dreamer woke up and focused on these new ideas forming in her mind linked to DNA. She was highly spiritual and was integrating these ideas into her interest in art.
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ASSOCIATIONS AND SYMBOLIC MEANINGS
1. DNA. DNA was a very real interest for the dreamer at the time. Its almost certain that this DNA dream was caused by the interest in artwork which had some connections to DNA.
2. Beginning of time. The dreamer was thinking about DNA and her interest in spirituality. The two were highly connected and she woke up refining these ideas and spent a lot of time that day developing these thoughts.
DREAM ANALYSIS In guesswork the dream was linked to persistent worries the dreamer had had about her partner. The dream deals with the following themes
- DNA and spiritual thoughts
If you weave together the different themes you find that they could capture this thought that the dreamer was thinking at the time-"I woke up the next day and spent hours developing my ideas on DNA and artwork"
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