Hello everyone, my name is Little Oakley and I am new to this site... I have this question though. I remember this dream I had and it's bugging me dearly, I mean it wasn't a nightmare but it just makes me wonder about it. In this dream I was going in a very large field and the grass were very green. The weather was cool, wet, and gray. Basically the weather is like one of those perfect rainy day weather. Also in the middle of the field is this very tall oak tree. to be honest I have seen this environment in my dreams a lot recently and when I do something strange but calming happens, except one time I had turned into a werewolfor something.I think it was a werewolf... Anyways if you guys have an idea of what this dream is trying to tell me or why is that environment is so important (I feel like the environment is important- maybe it's my happy place) and why did I dream that of th e werewolf? Oh and I forgot to mention in my dreams I always run on all fours, why is that?
In my opinion, werewolves represent something shifting, and a mythological being strongly associated with the full moon, which is a phase that indicates a new beginning in something. If you are new in your path of magick, then it could represent you transforming into a stronger spiritual being by breaking the chains of the oblivious mind-set you once had, because when I first started dabbling in magick, I had frequent wolf dreams as well. Please keep in mind though that all creatures such as werewolves and vampires are not real beings physically. In my Astral world, I have planted a tall willow tree in the beginning of my Subconscious, so when I see it, it let's me know where my starting point is on the Astral plane and in my dreams. The is just my opinion and input. I hope it helps :)
Of course! Members of this community should be willing to share information with others, especially new practitioners :) There is also a 'dreams' tab up at the top of the site page that offers a free feature of interpreting key items in dreams. Use it as you keep logs of your dreams, too.
fieldA field or meadow as a dream setting can sometimes represent freedom, remoteness, privacy, beauty, nature, or separate from society or its rules. Consider what you feel and think about your particular dream meadow.
one Purity. Perfection. Best. First priority. Single or solitary. Independent or strong. Unique or special. Unified or joined (as in a union in marriage where "two become as one," or as in "one for all and all for one").
A certain time on the clock might represent:
The idea of time in general, or the passage of time
Being late or early (or a fear of being so), short on time, or having too much time
A particular time of day, or a certain event that tends to happen at that time
weatherThe "conditions" in your current life or "climate" of your emotional state, as your subconscious mind sees them. Bad weather can mean you're feeling challenged, sad, angry, etc. Good weather can mean you're feeling optimistic or happy. Weather sometimes sets a mood or tone for the events happening in the dream. For example, a sunny day might set the scene for events that bring happiness or contentment, while a raging storm might set the scene for events that seem challenging.