Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Wild Dreams Wednesday #3

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Note: this week's dream contains mature themes.

Tell Me Your Wildest Dreams returns!
By popular demand, every Wednesday I venture away from writing and editing romantic/erotic fiction to interpret your dreams. Have a recurring or puzzling dream? Tell me about it at and I'll attempt to shed some light on an upcoming Wild Dreams Wednesday!

This Week's Wildest Dream:

“I had a very disturbing dream where I was in a train station. And there were suspicious people so I listened to my gut and I left and next thing you know the train station blew up!"

While it seems very disturbing, dreams like these can be indicative of a much more general issue.

First is the train station itself, which represents a desire to achieve our goals--generally relationship or career goals. The train carries us to these goals. Multiple people in dreams tend to represent our social circle, in this case I'd say probably ones who have ulterior motives that may interfere with your goal achievement. Explosions involve pent up anger that finally boils over, or a destructive shock that interferes with your desires. Here, you got away before the explosion hit, which indicates that you will be able to carry on your path despite the temporary derailment.

Combining these into a theme, I'd say that something recently might have happened, or you are concerned that something will happen, that involves people around you who could pose a threat to the goals you're seeking. But while anger and disappointment threatens to take the day, you rise above and can continue on the path to your goals--even if you need to use a different train station to do it.

Good luck on that journey!


Wild Dreams Wednesdays interpretation by romance author/editor Lisa Logan is meant to be used for education and entertainment purposes only. I hope you've found this week's post useful! Stay tuned until next Wednesday, when we again delve deep into our Wildest Dreams. Sleep Tight!

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Helen Ginger said...

I wonder what symbol of traveling toward your goals those of us who have no association with trains have. I have very little experience on trains and don't think I've ever dreamed of a train. I've ridden subways when I've been to DC, London, and places that have them. And I remember being on one train ride, but that's it.

Perhaps a car?

Lisa Logan said...

You'd be surprised! Even if we've never ridden a train, the subconscious association is still there. Sometimes our minds come up with symbols that don't seem particularly relevant to our frame of reference, yet still holds a common significance. That's one of the aspects I find most intriguing about dream interpretation!