Journal 18 Dream #2929 May 30, 2007
There was a man who was evil, was loved by some kind of Jedi. I knew the evil man would become a Jedi. He called the Jedi that was fighting him a Fusion Warrior.
The emperor meets Han Solo and offers him a better job. Han was talking about all these low paying jobs. Han’s afraid of what the Emperor suggests because of his drug addiction. The Emperor asks him questions to discontinue this. Princess Leia also enters the scene. The Emperor laughs and says he’s almost tired of winning. I think to myself that this wont be true for long. EOD
Translation of Symbols:
Jedi Man – dreamer’s imagination relating to Superconscious Mind
Fighting – conflict
Han Solo – dreamer’s imagination relating to Conscious Mind
Low Paying Job – low self worth
Drug Addiction – lack of will
Princess Leia – dreamer’s imagination relating to Superconscious Mind
Brief Interpretation in the Universal Language of Mind©:
This dream presents a dilemma immediately for the dreamer interpreter. Can you see it might be?
It occurs in this sentence:
Han’s afraid of what the Emperor suggests because of his drug addiction.
Without the dreamer’s feedback, we can read this sentence two ways. We can read it as Han’s addiction. And we can read it as the Emperor’s addiction. Which of these is actually true makes ALL the difference in how this dream is interpreted. (It is important to note that referencing the dreamer’s experience determines its content – NOT the guesses of the interpreter!!)
So, we went to the Prolific Dreamer. He told us that the drug addiction in his dream belongs to Han Solo. We also had a question about the next sentence:
The Emperor asks him questions to discontinue this.
We asked the Prolific Dreamer to verify that what was being discontinued in his dream was the drug addiction. He said, Yes.
Now we have the clarity that we need to interpret his dream.
This dream indicates that the dreamer is aware of conflict within himself. The Star Wars theme says a few things about this particular conflict. First, Star Wars, is a movie, and so reflects in the Universal Language of Mind© an imaginative consciousness. In other words, the conflict is internal, and deals with how the imagination is being used, whether by a “Jedi” or an “evil man.” In short, the first part of the dream indicates that the dreamer is considering and attempting to be positive with the imagination, but there is a tendency to be unproductive or negative.
The second part of the dream continues the theme of imaginative thinking, informing the Prolific Dreamer about how he’s faring in this endeavor. The negative thinking our dreamer is allowing produces low self worth. The cause for this is revealed in the dream as a misuse of his conscious will. The P.D. has been pushing too hard for Superconscious awareness to the point of arrogance and imbalance. The dream informs him it is time to give power to his more feminine, receptive Superconscious Mind, therefore ceasing to be a “legend in his own mind” only.