Prolific Dreamer – Attacked by an Army of Women

Dream #1287   May 1, 1997

I am watching a movie, and I am in this movie where there is a huge fortified city in the desert somewhere in the future.  There is an army preparing to attack the fortified city.  They have brown jeeps and soldiers clad in brown and huge 4-legged robot walkers that are brown.

There are women clothed in white dresses that are attacking the fort with the army.  They are special and usually they cannot be killed.  The women are called the “Forbidden Ones” but there is a place at the back of the fortress where they can be killed.  A man and a woman are standing on one of the fortress walls.  

From the brown army comes a missile which strikes the fortress.  There is a pit where all of the Forbidden Ones fall into where they die.   EOD

Translation of Symbols:
City – a condition of mind where many aspects are connected
desert – a lack of productivity in subconscious existence
future – attention on what can be
army (military) – discipline
jeeps – physical body
soldiers – disciplined aspects of Self
colors – indicates the level of consciousness where the dream is taking place
clothes – how the dreamer is expressing self
robots – brain pathways
women – conscious aspects of the dreamer
fortress – attitude of protection or defense
missile – tool intended to cause massive change
pit – open place in mind substance
death – change

Brief Interpretation in the Universal Language of Mind©:

Prolific Dreamer’s imagination is active throughout this dream.  Its message centers upon attitudes that lack productivity and why this has not  changed in the dreamer’s thinking.  There are two camps that have been established in the dreamer’s thinking:  1) pathways that have been established through habit and 2) subconscious patterns that are immortal.   The habit patterns are beliefs housed in the brain.  They are temporary in nature because they are of the physical body.  The subconscious patterns are understood experiences that can be seen as wisdom on the level of soul.  The key is how discipline is being used in what the dreamer is imagining.  He is imagining conflict of a high order.  A question for the Prolific Dreamer to ask himself is:  Is what I imagine worth fighting for?

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