DREAM DICTIONARY - Massive :Dreams are about emotions and feelings. Something "massive" in a dream is probably easy to trace. Meditate on the word "massive" and what comes to mind? What looms massively? Who has had a "massive impact on you?" Ask yourself simple questions like this. Most dreams are in the here and now so try to trace your dream back to important intuitions from yesterday.
KEY WORDS and PHRASES :
- "There was a disagreement over how big a part he played"
- "he is exaggerating"
- "you cannot dismiss such criticisms"
- "It was very intimidating"
- "you would not believe how badly/well it went"
- "massive effort" "massive amount" "massive publicity" "massive size" "massive task" (think of the relevance of any of these phrases to feelings and events from yesterday)
- "major health problem"
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : A massive tornado was linked to the dreamers partner who suffered terrible mood swings. The sheer size of the tornado was symbolic of the severity of these mood swings.
Example dream : A massive wave represented the dreamers dilemma as he pursue his Hollywood career or stay close too his mom. He feared he would lose touch with her - it was a big decision.
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