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Dream 01_199603

Dream of the Month (March 1996)

  1. Title: The Cabinet

  2. Date of the Dream: February 20, 1996

  3. Dream: My father died almost six years ago, and in my dream an object he ordered shows up in the present, six years late.

    It is a cabinet that has not yet been assembled. There are many parts and pieces of stained glass. It seems as if it has not really been lost in the mail, but has been held by another family member and we (my mother and I) had never been told about it.

    All I can seem to do is cry and cry. The news media is even present to get reactions from me and my family.

  4. Significant life event: Nothing in the present

  5. Personal concerns/issues: Preparations for a possible move, nothing definite yet.

  6. Associations: Completely baffled by this one.

  7. Category: Anomalous

  8. Pen Name: Guenivere

Dr. Holloway's Comments:

Although this dream seems very sad, it is actually a story of redemption. It is the story of the return of something lost, which you had not even known you had. A rather precious, extraordinary and useful resource has become known to you only now, although it was bestowed upon you (or you developed it) around the time you lost your father. However the assembly of this resource, the making-it-work is still up to you, and it will require piecing together elements that may at first appear foreign or disparate. There may be something bittersweet about this capacity, since other people seem to know more about it than you do. But this is often the case with potentials: other people see our potentials long before we do. You may feel hurt about the timing, but you have everything you need to make the pieces fit; and it is never too late to access a resource that is really yours.


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