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Discussion in 'Dreams' started by lora316k, Feb 2, 2014.

  1. lora316k

    lora316k New Member

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    This is my first dream about water in a long time.

    I had a dream that I had turned on the water to wash my hands, but when I turned it off the water still kept pouring as if the faucet was still on. The sink was filling up quickly and soon water was overflowing onto the floor. When I looked at the floor - it was the floor of my bedroom - all the water was soaking into the carpet. I was in the process of writing the owner of the house about the problem when my mother woke me up.
     
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  2. jnani

    jnani Well-Known Member

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    Was hoping you will get a reply
    Here is what I feel
    Overflowing emotions. Water is purifying or destructive. Staying receptive in this present overflow of emotions will prove purgatory in nature but if you get caught up in storyline and drama it will turn destructive as in creating unnecessary chaos and confusion. Mind will just spin more complex storylines. Staying receptive, not complaining , making most of what you got, life will simplify itself.
    So relax and breathe nicely.
    Water is usually a dream of change or clearing out. ...and clearing out can feel pretty darn destructive. The best is to relax and allow things
     
  3. Brian Jones

    Brian Jones New Member

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    Hi Lora316k! :)


    I definitely agree to Jnani. Though, my own interpretation in your dream is, water is the source of life and the key element of earth. Water in dreams has more meanings than any other symbol has. Water as good omen can stand for extremely fortunate life blessed by god. So it represents riches, because it symbolizes money and prosperity. :)
     

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