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Bees in Bedroom Dream
Bees invade my son's bedroom
I was dreaming about my third son who is 7 years old. He was in a bed in his current room. The bed was new, it was made of wood. He had a matching wooden corner closet. I noticed bees buzzing around the room and saw that in the head board of the bed there was a huge bee hive, with honey dripping out of it. There was another hive with honey dripping in the closet. I know honey doesn't drip out of hives, but it seemed natural at the time. At first I was a bit anxious about the bees, but no anymore when I saw the hives. My son was sitting up in bed with a big grin on his face, he wasn't worried at all..... so what does that mean?
Main Life Issues:
I work and have 4 kids. Hubby is out of work but we are managing okay.
At first a bit anxious and surreal, then comfortable
This is a story of how, what is innocent and fearless and positive (son) is surrounded by labor (bees) that bears sweet fruit (cup/beehive overflowing).
Son: Innocence, something related to a seven year time period.
What it Means:
The dream is not about your son. Your son is a metaphor for your good qualities and attitude, showing how innocence (a pure heart) protects someone. Because he's seven years old, the dreams suggests it relates to an issue that is about seven years old or seven years in the making, or in transition. It suggests that some project, venture, area of life will soon turn into a "busy hive of activity" that brings or demands more than expected (overflowing fruits of labor). The activity is rewarding (honey as sweet rewards), leaving everyone smiling and happy, like your son in the dream.
Bottom Line: Whether for you or someone around you, the dream is a heads up about a good change, though it may also be demanding.
There are new responsibilities at work, with that time frame, and demanding, but feels good. Thanks, that puts a helpful spin on the dream.
Contest with Bees plus a second dream about Fish
Bees and fish
I had a two part dream. One was a competition my husband was giving me and his kids to see who had the best swarm of bees around us. There were rules. One of the kids didn't follow the rules but won because her bees were many and loud. My bees swarmed around me gently and quietly. In the second part, I was lying on the sand by a stream and two beautiful, colorful fish swam up to me to look at me. The stream was shining. We just looked at each other. I felt peace and was intrigued.
Main Life Issues:
Working hard, struggle in marriage, kids no longer at home.
With the bees I felt curious and thought my bees were good. Felt peace with the fish.
These are two short dreams. The first is a story about how the noisy one wins no matter what they do. The second shows how going beneath the surface (to the inner self) brings peace.
Bees: Noisy creatures that get your attention while being constructive.
Fish: Peaceful beauty below the surface.
What it Means:
Do you know the expression, “the squeaky wheel gets the grease”? I think that's dream one is saying, that no matter what your husband says he wants, he responds to whoever is the loudest and gets his attention. It tells you that if you sometimes feel it's hard to please him and get his attention, that's how to do it - be loud, outspoken and active and he will respond. Does that make sense in terms of your interactions with your husband? Taking a quiet, reasonable approach with him, which may be your natural style, will not work with him.
The second dream is a scene about a peaceful exchange beneath the surface. I suspect it mirrors how you reach into the quiet part of self when you need to, to the still, quiet voice inside which has the answers you seek. It suggest that taking quiet inner moments benefits you, perhaps to find peace or spiritual strength. That’s how you find the true sense of self and connection to who you are.
The interpretation is spot on. Thank you for taking time to respond with your insights, it really helps to have experienced support.
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