Last night I dreamed I dropped my iphone in a lake and it sat for an hour underwater. I grabbed it and it worked... Then I was climbing rocks and saw a snake (diamond back rattler) I looked at it and it turned into rubber and deflated like an old rubber tire. – Dee 44, Mission Viejo, CA
Lauri: Have you dropped the ball, so to speak, as far as some communication you were having? The water suggests that something may have gotten a bit too emotional for you... or perhaps the other person became too emotional. None the less, it seems that things have picked back up and all is well despite the pause. The snake is probably connected to this issue in that it represents something you feared could turn into a poisonous situation. But, in the end, you may have realized that you over inflated the seriousness of it and it turned out to be rather benign.
Dee Replies: I don't speak with my father. Nor sister. My Aunt and I haven't been close and I have been reaching out to her lately. So there is potential poison everywhere. Long story. As I said, my Aunt Sally and I recently began communicating. We stopped until I figured out what I wanted to say. I actually texted her a few hours ago. It was real and to the point. I can feel her wanting to know me more, yet in her way and that's cool. I was worried and now feel relieved, relaxed and at ease. Calm. Thanks Lauri. I'm starting to dream again and remembering them. My life is on an upward trajectory of clarity.
Fascinating Dream Fact: A recent study out of The University of Montreal collected notes on almost 10,000 dreams from 572 people and found that men’s bad dreams typically include natural disasters (floods, fires, volcanoes, earthquakes), being chased, and insects. Meanwhile, women’s bad dreams commonly include arguing with a partner or situations that left them feeling humiliated, inadequate, or frustrated.