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An Attacking Ball of Fear - A Recurring Dream
Pulsing Ball of Fear
This dream occurred three times, and each time was the same. In the dream, I’m in an empty white room. It is bright as if the sun is shining but there are no windows. There is a small ball in the corner, a pulsing black ball, densely packed with needles that give off static electricity. I start to become afraid of it. As my fear increases, the ball grows and pulses faster. I try running but get trapped in the corner. The ball becomes huge and almost fills up the room and pulses at an incredible speed. At that moment, I realize the ball is pulsing at the same rate as my heart beat. I start to breathe slower and as I do, the ball shrinks and makes its way back to the corner. I wake up at that point, in a cold sweat.
Main Life Issues:
Money, work, raising a baby and a puppy.
Someone confronts something that is at first scary and overwhelming and the more one fears it, the stronger it gets; but when common ground is found with the feared object, the threat decreases.
Pulsing Ball: An object that comes to life and appears dangerous; a visual representation of your fears and anxieties.
Giving off Static Electricity: An uncomfortable interaction.
Pulse: What makes something tick, what makes it work.
What it Means:
The dream is about feeling vulnerable and scared and shows you how to handle people or situations that scare you or feel threatening or overwhelming. The dream invites you to look for what you have in common with the person or situation; once you notice what you have in common, it is less threatening, and your anxiety will subside.
In this dream, you meet your fears, face them and create a plan to deal with them.
Bottom Line: The dream demonstrates that you can handle anything once you see what you have in common with people or a situation.
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