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5 years 11 months ago #1 by BrieOTDF

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  • Okay, this is my first time, but I just had a dream that my mom and I were at our house, and it started breathing, not a wall but the whole house. I couldn't walk on the linoleum floor because I would get stuck... Meanwhile my mom was sitting on the couch knitting... Which she doesn't even know how to do in real life. And cars were going crazy outside? Im a teenager if that matters at all.

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    5 years 11 months ago #2 by BrieOTDF

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  • Oops she's not dead. Wrong topic :/

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    5 years 11 months ago #3 by mcreekr

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  • I would like to suggest that the house represents your mind. As it starts to breathe, this would indicate taking on a 'life of it's own'. Your mom symbolizes your loving self, just waiting to be called upon. Look over your life and see how you might be thinking more and more without really getting outside of your head. Don't let your mind control you. Perhaps you need to see things from a 'higher perspective'...one of a loving/giving nature...then take action! Hope this makes sense for you. God bless.

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