This is my dream interpretation blog where I describe a dream and interpret it.
In this weeks dream the dreamer is walking around barefoot and she steps on a pencil sharpener. The sharpener cuts into her big toe and she has to pull the blade out. She pulls the blade out and blood spurts everywhere, she grabs some paper towels and tries to stop the bleeding but it is too bad. Some of her co-workers are trying to help her and she speaks to her manager but he does not realise how serious the problem is. She looks down at her toe and it is split in half.
Blood: represents vitality, life and hope, the thing that keeps us alive. Losing blood is a sign that life is flowing away. Menstrual blood is a sign of fertility for a woman but it all depends on the blood.
Walking Barefoot: This can be interpreted in many ways, it could be a symbol of not having money for shoes, or that you are connecting with mother earth, It can also signify changes in you professional life, if the walk was comfortable it will be easy to adapt if not the changes may be painful.
Pencil Sharpener: Pencils in a dreams can mean that a person needs to sharpen their life skills, but a pencil sharpener can also mean that it is time to write something.
Toes: Toes help us to balance and walk, so a problem with toes may mean that it is difficult to create balance in life. An injured toe can mean that there is some damage done to property or your relationships.
Today's dream means that the dreamer is at work and there are many changes that put her off balance. She sees her life flowing away and feels injured, she seeks help but it is ineffective and she knows that she must leave to get out of this situation. She should consider becoming a writer.
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I started interpreting dreams when I was a teenager. I always had very detailed dreams and would recount them to my friends. One of my boyfriends bought me a dream dictionary and I started to delve into interpretation. Unfortunately, I found that many dreams had elements that were contradictory and so I did not really get a detailed analysis of my dream.
I realised that different people have different relationships with dream symbols based on experience, their daily lives and culture. A person who keeps snakes will have a different interpretation of a snake dream to a person who has a fear of snakes.
Dreams may have symbols that are said to be good omens and then some that are bad omens, understanding the context of the omens will help you to interpret their true meaning for you.
My blog is a series of dreams and interpretations of the elements in each dream to help you to understand how best to interpret your dreams, I am also available to interpret a dream for you. Email me: email@example.com, dream interpretations are free!
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I started reading tarot cards many years ago when I was in college, I was studying business but my real interest has always been in psychology, astrology, tarot and dreams. I waited a long time to pursue tarot reading professionally. I do not understand how tarot cards work or why they work. I do not believe that you need special powers to read the cards but experience and an understanding of the symbols on each card opens the doors to a successful interpretation.
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