Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Wild Dream Wednesdays #7

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Tell Me Your Wildest Dreams!
Every Wednesday I venture away from romantic/erotic fiction writing to interpret your dreams. Have a recurring or puzzling dream? Send it to and I'll try to shed some light on Wild Dreams Wednesday!

This Week's Wildest Dream:

“i had a dream last night that I had a baby girl. She was about 4 in the dream though."
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Baby dreams are common among women, whether or not they are currently in the "baby" phase of their life. A pregnant woman may have numerous dreams about childbirth and what her unborn baby will be like--not a big stretch there to realize the woman is naturally consumed with such thoughts. However, when a woman is pre or post childbearing, or of age but not in a situation where it occupies her thoughts, these dreams take on a different meaning.

Typically, the baby in these instances is either a direct facet of yourself or symbolic of new possibility, breakthrough, or issue coming forth now. The fact that you had a baby girl points more strongly to the child being yourself. Here, you gave birth to a child already several years old. It could be that you are facing issues right now that are awakening subconscious feelings stemming back to that time in your life.

There are a couple of ways to look at this. One, did something of note take place at age four? If so, reactions or feelings back then may be playing into something going on presently. OR, perhaps right now you are seeking or experiencing a renewal of earlier childlike fun and innocence. Either enjoy the "kiddie" fun without guilt, or if you're under a lot of adult pressure, your brain might be telling you to nurture yourself by returning to some simple fun and pleasures.


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!