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Cristi Balan

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Dec 27, 2019, 4:50:12 AM12/27/19
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I found myself in an unknown place, somewhere at the country. Knowing nothing about what Im doing there and where am I to go. I can't even ask people about reaching some place because I know no place from where to start. I am alone and very intrigued. I only remember the name Greaca which makes no sense because it is the street name of the home of two ex friends of mine since the college time, that is over 25 years ago.

Need help with this dream . Any idea?

julia broome

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Dec 27, 2019, 12:22:20 PM12/27/19
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The unknown place could symbolize parts of you that are still unconscious yet you are moving toward uncovering those parts or the dream could be indicating that you need to move towards “opening up” that part.  The feeling of intrigue indicates your willingness to “go there”.  The street name makes sense bc that is your hint. A big hint. If it were me who had this dream I would do an amplification on both of those ex friends who lived on that street.  Whatever jumps out at you that is a commonality between those two friends is indicating what needs to be integrated (made conscious as an aspect of you); this may be something you perceive as either positive or negative. What a great dream. 

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On Dec 27, 2019, at 4:49 AM, Cristi Balan <cristi...@gmail.com> wrote:

I found myself in an unknown place, somewhere at the country. Knowing nothing about what Im doing there and where am I to go. I can't even ask people about reaching some place because I know no place from where to start. I am alone and very intrigued. I only remember the name Greaca which makes no sense because it is the street name of the home of two ex friends of mine since the college time, that is over 25 years ago.

Need help with this dream . Any idea?

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AROPA

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Dec 28, 2019, 12:35:25 AM12/28/19
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This seems to be a dream produced by the death instinct meaning a kind of self annihilation dream. I presume you have about 50+ years. These dreams appear to dreamers without faith, because for believers the dream content is made of symbols taken from the Bible or other such Scriptures. If you follow some spiritual path - meditation, prayer and other such method - the dream may also have asimilar content. Only this time the meaning of the dream is different.
 
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cristibalan77

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Dec 28, 2019, 3:33:55 AM12/28/19
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I think what's missing is passion. Much drink, rock music and love. The college years were made of these.
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