Free and Professional Dream Analysis and What Dreams Mean
A Bird Becomes A Man
The Beautiful Birdman
I am on a balcony. I look up and see a huge, beautiful bird with white dots on its wings. It lands on the house next to me and as I look, the bird turns into a man. He is tall, olive skinned, with long wavy brown hair and so handsome. He is only wearing a loin cloth. He waves at me and I wave back. As he flies to my window I ask his name but can’t remember his name. He asks me how come I can see him, says he’s been living thousands of years and no human ever has. We start talking and he says he wants me to see where he lives and says we have to fly there.
I am scared of heights but when he lifts me up I feel safe. We go to a spot in the middle of the forest and I meet all of his family, they are all birds too, but human. He then tells me he loves me and we make love. He wraps his wings around me and I feel so much emotion, love and comfort. He tells me he wants me to come live with him and be with him forever, but I will have to leave my human life behind.
I am torn because of my kids, who are adults. He says they can visit, but I have to leave the human world. I cry but my kids say to go so I go with him and we live together, happy, forever.
Love and happiness.
Main Life Issues:
Business is failing, violent family issues, unhappy, feel alone, divorced.
An unusual, wonderful creature appears, brings love and a new life.
A balcony:Seeing things from a higher perspective; metaphor for a glimpse or message from the soul.
A bird that is also a man: Something that comes in unexpectedly and takes you to another world, and makes you happy.
Olive skin: Someone exotic, special.
A loin cloth: Scantily dressed as a metaphor for someone who is open and vulnerable, showing who he really is.
Making love: A successful, close connection; two people who bond.
Fear of heights: Feeling vulnerable; metaphor for lack of confidence.
Wings: A tool to rise above, a tool to get somewhere fast.
Leave it all behind: A transition, a new way of life.
In a forest: An isolated place; getting away from it all.
What the dream Means:
Sometimes in a woman’s dream, a man as a central figure can represent her own inner strength. Since you are going through much challenge and pain, you may feel exhausted. This dream puts you in touch with the strength within you so you can cope.
In addition, dreams often contain a hint of ESP. The beautiful birdman sounds like a glimpse into a future relationship that brings love and open doors to a new and better life. This may be a Promise Dream, a dream that portrays what happens if you continue to do your best despite life’s challenges.
Bottom Line: The dream is an encouragement to stay strong and take the long-term view, and as you do, it suggests things will change greatly for the better.
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