Dream symbols - uphill bus on the moors
GUESSWORK The dreamer had woken up earlier in the night and got up to take photos of the sunrise. But after getting breakfast he realised that it was a waste of time.
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ASSOCIATIONS AND SYMBOLIC MEANINGS
1. The dreamer associated the North Yorkshire moors with his love of photography. He had intended to get back into photography and decided to get up to take pictures of the sunrise. But when he woke up earlier he looked at the sky and realised that it was a waste of time as the sky was very cloudy.
2. Going steeply uphill represents something that you are finding very difficult. The dreamer was finding it very difficult to do photography because the conditions were not right.
DREAM ANALYSIS In guesswork the dream was linked to dreamers wish to take photos of the sunrise that morning which was thwarted because the sky was very cloudy. The dream deals with the following themes
- Beautiful landscape
- Having difficulties
If you weave together the different themes you find that they could capture this thought that the dreamer was thinking at the time -"I really wanted to get out and take photos of the sunrise but the sky was clouded over again. The weather forecast said it would be clear skies!"
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