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3 years 6 months ago #1 by Wilbear94

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    So basically I had a dream lastnight and i remember I heard crickets, really loud coming from my study (my safe place, where I go for peace to chill and game and drink and basically do whatever, anyway, I remember the crickets starting jumping all over me biting me, and I shouted my cat and she came and ate the crickets, then I woke up, just seems really weird and I can’t find much out there on this kind of thing, all I have found is cats are a symbol of femininity and such, but i can’t find anything on the crickets so anyway, any thoughts guys??

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    3 years 6 months ago #2 by ElizVanZee

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    "Hearing crickets" has become a term to meansilence. [This can relate to your retreating to a place of peace and quiet to
    do your own thing - the study room.] In this scene your idea of peace and quiet
    is not working in your favour. (crickets biting you) As the crickets' sound is
    very loud, your idea of silence/peace and quiet does not speak for God. Shouting for your cat implies there is some call or need tocall upon a righteous feeling, one that is very correct. (cat. Note the cat is
    the only animal who leaves no dirt or sign of incorrectness upon the ground.)
    The scene suggests that a very correct feeling could be nurtured at the expense
    of your feelings about silence. (cat eats crickets) There is also an expression about something being "notcricket" , meaning it is unfair. [By retreating to a safe place, thestudy, I assume you are a married man. What about your wife's need for quiet or
    simply for some time with her husband? To "be cricket" implies fair
    play, gentlemanly conduct. 

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