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4 years 8 months ago #1 by weirddreamer

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  • Need help for interpretation. Had a crazy dream that a Muslim woman had me trapped in a helicopter and told me she would not let me out and wanted to have my child.

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    4 years 8 months ago - 4 years 8 months ago #2 by Stella

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  • Disturbing dream.

    The answer is in the identity of the Muslim woman. Sometimes our dreams disguise people we know in our waking life by changing their appearance and/or identity. Often associations in dreams can help you identify them... so if you think that someone or something in your dream is something or someone else in your waking life, that is who/what they represent. If that doesn't help and assuming there is no Muslim woman in your life, the following definition of a foreigner in a dream from the Dream Doctor dictionary, may prove helpful. Here's a link:


    Here are some other links to the key symbols in your dream that may help you identify the person or situation in your waking life that generated your dream:


    The helicopter is a clever symbol in the case of your dream because it supports her intention to be a "helicopter" mom.

    Another clue to help you identity of this woman in your waking life, is how you felt IN the dream. Feelings in dreams are never disguised, so how you felt IN the dream is how you feel about its subject in your waking life. Who is trying to "kidnap" you emotionally and "birth" a relationship with you?

    You didn't reveal anything about yourself or your waking life, so it's hard to say precisely what event in your life generated your dream, but one scenario might be that a "strange," "unknown," or "foreign" woman you've met is being aggressive about being in a relationship with you (babies in dreams are often symbols for a "young" relationship); you are feeling "kidnapped" and just want to get away.

    Hope that helps!

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