Free and Professional Dream Analysis and What Dreams Mean
Stranded on Top of a Mountain
I am Stranded
In my dream, I manage to climb up incredibly steep and elevated places like mountains and buildings, only to realize there is no possible means of getting down.
Main Life Issues:
Reaching retirement and feel concern for the financial security of my children.
Someone achieves something major for self yet experiences vulnerability and lack of flexibility.
Climbing: Ascent and going upward as metaphor for achievement.
At top of steep locations: Difficult life challenges have been met.
Elevated place: An exalted, different view, a place beyond.
No way to down: Feeling stranded; in this dream, a metaphor for wanting to help your children, financially.
Climbing to the top: Achievement that took effort.
What the dream Means:
The dream is a mirror of where you are. You survived personal challenges to get to retirement yet still feel as if you would like to do more, as if it’s your duty to help your children. The dream invites you to review where you are. At age sixty-four your children are grown and are likely able to care for themselves. Your job as a parent was to pass on values and emotional support, not to support them forever; it is they who should help you in your older years, not the other way around.
Bottom Line: Much as you’d like to shield loved ones from pain and challenge by giving them financial advantages, that is not yours to do. Your children need to stand on their own financial feet. Instead, pass on your values and emotional support as your best legacy.
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