SHE IS LOOKING FOR ANSWERS
In reality, I have a TV show about meditation. I recently dreamed of going to a spiritual event where a renowned swami was speaking, but when I got there I felt chaos and no clarity of where to go. Someone told me to enter, but didn’t really direct me. I sat by the stage and hoped to ask a question, but they said no. I wrote a question down and then someone asked if they could write their question on my paper and I said yes. I had many questions from others who needed to ask them but were uncomfortable doing so. I had all the questions brought to the stage and all my questions and those of others were answered. Please decode this dream.
— Meera Gandhi, Manhattan
In line with your TV show, the dream has a meditative component: It contemplates asking a question during its quest for higher knowledge. There is the realization that chaos and lack of clarity come from not asking questions and/or having the answers. In this view, looking for direction in one’s life is prioritized. It is acknowledged that inquisitive minds ask questions, not only look for answers, for sometimes the mere asking of a question is more important than receiving the answer.
HE NEEDS A WAKEUP CALL
For a while now, I have been waking up from my sleep to the sound of a loud doorbell in the middle of the night. Of course, the first few times this happened I checked the door and no one was there. I always ask my wife if she heard it, and she always says she did not. What is the meaning of this recurrent dream?
— Eddie Fooshang, Manhattan
Dreaming of hearing a bell in the middle of the night is a veritable wakeup call. Something in your current life situation must be attended to. Either that, or there is a need for vigilance, a need to be on guard. Dare I ask, “Does this ring a bell?” In another view, a door must be opened to let something unexpected into your world.
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