Dream Zone: Dead bodies on a trainWritten by Lauri Loewenberg | | firstname.lastname@example.org
“A dream is an invaluable commentator and illuminator of life. Listen to the wisdom of the dream.” – Carl Jung
I am waiting for a train. A white train finally comes along. When I got on, I saw there were dead bodies wrapped from top to toe in white bandages placed on the seats. I realized that it was the mortuary train. I walked around and was puzzled that two or three men were alive and standing up with just their bottoms wrapped in bandage (like a diaper). They were waiting for the rest of their body to be wrapped up. This disturbed me so much, I woke up. – Greer 62, UK
Lauri: What in waking life are you waiting for? What seems to be taking a long time to happen? The fact that you are waiting for a train is a clue. It suggests that you may be wondering if you are “on the right track” as far as a certain idea or goal is concerned. Since the train is white it may mean a new direction is needed or you may need to start over in some way. Once embarking you discover that it is a mortuary train… yikes! This is a good indication that you may feel you are headed towards a “dead end” in some area of your life. As disturbing as the dream is, it is giving you a solution, and that solution comes in the form of the men that are still alive. Those men represent your male qualities, meaning the parts of you that can be assertive, take action, “grow a pair” and get the job done. Grab hold of and use these powerful qualities before they “die off.”
Greer replies: I’ve been out of work for twelve months!! I was hoping for a dream that would point me in the right direction. Now it seems everything is pointing me to go in a different direction. Thank you for this interpretation.
Lauri Quinn Loewenberg is a certified Dream Analyst, author of “Dream On It” and member of The International Association for the Study of Dreams. She joins The Kiss Morning Show on 92.5 every Tuesday morning at 7:10 analyzing listeners’ dreams. You can visit Lauri at www.thedreamzone.com