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Dream of the Month (May 2007)
Dr. Holloway's Comments:
Striking Characteristics: Themes of protecting infants and children may represent the need to prioritize an aspect of life that is heartfelt, but which has been neglected or even endangered by other activities.
This theme is somewhat prevalent among contemporary women. The baby often represents an idea, or a deep love for something, which has come to life and needs to be protected from the harsh criticism or “logical” skepticism of the dreamer’s environment. In the early stages of birthing an idea or an ambition, it is necessary to be somewhat protective, and not to let naysayers rip it to shreds. This dream suggests that external approval (the famous author) and criticism (the giant dog) are constricting something precious (the baby), which requires devoted nurturance in order to thrive. From deep in the psyche, the dream says: Let it live, protect it, give it credence and support in these early days. Give it time and support and see what this baby becomes.