Sunday, June 13, 2010

Waiting For A Ride

My 6 yr old wanted to ride the little roller coaster. He sat right in the front and patiently waited for his ride.
No one else was on the ride.
Finally, an hour later, I'd had enough and wanted to find a different ride. But what if we leave and the ride goes?

Roller Coaster
To dream that you are riding a roller coaster, represents life's frequent ups and downs in your waking life. You are experiencing erratic behavior brought on by yourself or a situation.
Amusement Park
To see or be in an amusement park in your dream, indicates that you need to set some time for more relaxation and enjoyment in your life. The rides, booths and elements in the amusement park are an expression of some aspect of yourself or some area in your life. Look up the symbolism of specific rides for more details. Alternatively, the dream indicates that you are too easily distracted lately.

To dream that the amusement park is empty or abandoned, suggests that you need to open yourself to more fun and adventure.�

To dream that the rides at the amusement park are breaking down, means that something in your life is not going as expected.

To dream that the amusement park is closed, suggests that you are denying yourself your time for fun and leisure. You need a break. (AHH! too true!)

To dream about the hour, refers to a passage of time. The dream may serve to remind you of an appointment, deadline, or anniversary. Consider the significance of a particular number or any superstitions that may be associated with a particular hour. For example, 12pm represents some confrontation or turning point.

To dream that you are holding or expressing anger, symbolizes frustrations and disappointments in your Self. You tend to repress your negative emotions or project your anger onto others. You need to look within yourself.

Being angry in your dream may have been carried over from your waking life. Dreams function as a safe outlet where you can express your strong and/or negative emotions. You are suppressing your anger and aggression, instead of consciously acknowledging them.

Dreams r yours

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