Nephew dream - playing
THE DREAM - I am with my young nephew. He is playing with me. He jumps on my back and I am kind of play wrestling with him. We are both laughing.
THE REALITY The next day the dreamer was due to write some essays dealing with several interesting issues. Playing with her nephew represented wrestling with ideas in an imaginative and interesting way. The dreamers nephew represented fresh blood and vitality as the dreamer felt invigorated by the intellectual task.
THE INTERPRETATION The day of the dream the dreamer had some work to do. She had an essay to write and the dream represented how she was playing with ideas in her mind. She was wrestling energetically with words. The dream represented how the dreamer was approaching this task already and was feeling good about the challenge.
JUMP : "adventurous behavior - jump from idea to idea"
NEPHEW : "fresh blood"
PLAYING : "skilfully thinking over something - creative use of the ideas within her essays"
WRESTLING : "the dreamer is wrestling with ideas within her mind"
YOUNG : "vigorous and enthusiastic"
DREAM MEANING The dream captures the following feeling within the dreamer - "I have to complete several essays this weekend. I have found it very interesting playing around with various concepts and ideas"
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