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Pregnant and Held Back
I Am Pregnant, Feel Restrained and Want My Freedom
In the dream, out of the blue I start having a bad fever and morning sickness. I knew I was pregnant but my college teachers didn’t, they were just trying to deal with the fever because I thought I wouldn’t make it home; they kept trying to bring down the fever.
Then I was in jail and everyone was wearing hospital gowns in different colors. Everyone was trying to escape and telling me to escape with them. Some prisoners wore army gear and were shooting at random at guards. Next thing I know I’m in some unit. I’m scared and the morning sickness and fever came back. In the dream people are trying to talk to me but it’s all muffled.
Lost, scared and confused.
Main Life Issues:
End of year assignment due, I’m falling behind and want more from my life.
It’s a story of challenges that are hard to handle, wanting to escape, and ending up back where one started.
Fever: Gripped by a challenge, symptom that something is wrong.
Pregnant: On the way to starting a long term commitment; an important responsibility.
Morning sickness and fever: Not dealing well with life.
In jail and trying to escape: Trapped and wanting freedom.
Shooting at guards: Trying to get past what holds you back.
What it Means:
The dream mirrors how you feel. As a college student, you feel overwhelmed with assignments and do not yet see your way clear into the future. By mirroring where you are at, the dream invites you to take stock, accept your situation and handle your daily challenges.
Bottom Line: Handle each day's chores and let tomorrow take care of itself. The best way to build a future is to take care of the present. By handling assignments, school work and finishing college, your future will take care of itself. Stay focused on the now and keep your feet on the ground. As you focus on the present, life will feel less overwhelming.
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