Dreams and rocks…

Now I remember what I wanted to write.

Last night and the night before I dreamt about taking the cats somewhere that was very nature-ish. They got lost, in both dreams. Two nights ago, I was in a mountainous area, very much like the Laurentians in Quebec… old mountains, the hilly kind, not rocky-like. It might have been my stepmother’s cottage, the one I used to go to all the time when I was a kid… it’s not entirely clear in my head. I do remember nearly dropping Sera as I climbed down a bunch of rocks, and catching her by the scruff of her neck. I was absolutely petrified I was going to drop her.

Last night’s dream was in Temagami. I was hanging out with Adam’s dad, waiting for Adam and some other people to arrive. The cats were with us. They ran off into some huge storage place, like a warehouse, with doors that said do not enter. I went in anyway, looking for them. There was a guy with a crowbar I didn’t know chasing Dayle around, and just as I ran up to rescue Dayle, the guy hit him on the head with the Crowbar. It seemed to just knock Dayle out, though, since he woke up when I got to him, and his head wasn’t smashed in, but I was so terrified for that moment that he was hurt.

I don’t know what these dreams mean. In the past, I’ve lost a cat that I had to watch die when I couldn’t get to her fast enough to rescue her. I still hurt a lot from that, but it hasn’t been on my mind at all lately. I don’t think it’s related.

At any rate, these dreams are leaving me feeling uncertain and worried when I wake up in the morning. It’s getting to me… I just feel wrong right now.

I have to wonder if the quartz crystal I’ve been wearing around my neck has had anything to do with this. One of those things I read somewhere… but I don’t remember any details.

1 Comment

  • polaris

    July 30, 2002 at 2:34 pm

    A possible answer….

    You obviously have a great attachment to your kitties. You may also be dependent on their presence and affection. If this is true, it is simply likely that a stress in your life is causing a subconcious fear of losing your comfort zone. The “brush” with losing one of them may have had a bigger impact on you than you first realized. Take some time to evaluate your immediate surroundings and situations. You may just find the cause there.
    Or it could have simply been a dream. Not every dream has a meaning.