Saturday, July 3, 1999
Symbols are considered only in a particular context and not individually. The child you are carrying depicts an insecure part of you the child within you. The busy road depicts troubled moments. Insecurity seems to stem from problems prevailing in your life. Your crossing the road signifies success in solving the problems effectively.
I am a 25-year-old doctor. My husband is also a doctor. I often dream that one day I will become an IAS officer. As a child I wanted to become an IAS officer, but at this stage it seems strange to have such a dream.
Minn Singh, Patiala
Your dream simply states that in some corner of your heart you still nurse your desire. So do some introspection. If you really wish to be an IAS officer then go ahead and fulfil your dream.
I am 15 years old. I dreamt of a huge building and many people rushing over to climb it and reach the top. I was running and was ahead of them all. But just as I was nearing the top, a friend of mine overtook me. I reached the top but came second.
Priya Sharma, Kalka.
To reach the top stands for success. People racing to reach the top portrays competition. Your coming second depicts your perception of your own capability.
I am 24 years old. I often dream of water around me. But I never drown and always manage to wade across the water.
If the water is clear, it depicts prosperity and pleasures. But if it is muddy, it stands for struggles before the attainment of success.
I am a 16-year-old student. I often dream of a man trying to kill me. I cannot see his face as it is covered with a blanket.
Your dream reflects insecurity. If the dream occurs often, consult a psychiatrist.
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