Post # 1
If anyone read my last thread, my (ex) fiance broke up with me a few days ago, and my daughter and I have since moved out. Anyways, I had a dream last night that him and I were in the hospital together–I am not sure why. We were laying there in our hospital beds when he started having a seizure (he has had many in his life, I’ve never seen tho) and then all of a sudden flat-lined. I don’t remember specifically how, but I was able to save him. I think I woke up after that.
I have a dream book and often interpret my dreams, but I cannot find one similar to this at all. Is anyone else good at dream interpretation? 🙂
Post # 2
I would interpret that as your brain coming up with ways for you to save the relationship.
Post # 3
I agree with PP. Subconsciously, you are trying to figure out if you can salvage the relationship.
Post # 4
The relationship is gone but you are trying to save it.
Post # 5
Agree with all PPs. The only thing I have to add is that you were both in hospital beds – so while you were able to save him, he did not save you. So I think it’s potentially symbolic of a couple of things:
– Both of you are responsible for the end of the relationship, even if he initiated the breakup.
– You are willing to put in the effort for the relationship (hence he saved you) but what about him?
– You want to change/fix/help him but he’s too “broken” to do the same for you (assuming you want/need any of that).
Post # 7
Now do mine: I was in a hotel room and the blinds were broken. Someone was taking a shower. There was cut up citrus fruit all over the place. The hotel room was narrow and the bed was a couch. Maybe it was the 1970s.
Post # 8
- Wedding: December 2014 - Loft
mebee123: I think it is symbolic of your partner passing – which represents your relationship coming to an end. In your dream you save him which reflects you wanting to save your relationship.
Post # 9
peachacid: That sounds like the beginning of a horror movie.
mebee123: Agree with PPs :-/ sorry.
Post # 10
mebee123: It seems straightforward, after reading about your circumstances. Dream books are full of rubbish, just use your brain for it, piecing together the facts.
I would say that although the break was traumatic for you, somehow you feel deep down that he will remain a part of your life.
Your choice of words “break” even sounds medical, like breaking a limb > hospital