“These dreams go on when I close my eyes
Every second of the night I live another life
These dreams that sleep when it's cold outside
Every moment I'm awake the further I'm away." - "These Dreams" by Heart
Last night, I had a horrible dream that I shot my Siamese cat, once in the back and then twice in the back of the neck. He stared at me as he died. It was spooky and so wrong! I would never hurt him. Why would I dream of shooting my cat? - Carol, Wausau, WI
Lauri: Cats in a woman's dream often symbolize her sexuality... her inner "sex kitten," if you will. What's going on in the intimacy department? Do you fear that you have "killed off" or have sabotaged that part of your life? Cats can also symbolize your pride and independence. Has your pride been wounded recently? You should also ask yourself if you or if someone around you has been exhibiting "catty" behavior, you know, gossip, which is most likely the case since shooting in dreams is all about wounding words and criticism. You’re the gunman here so this dream shows your desire and need to put an end to this situation.
Carol replies: Actually, there are a lot of hurtful words in my world. Some co-workers are gossiping about me, saying that I will be quitting my career after I get married in June. It's very cruel and insensitive. I feel attacked and it's been really upsetting to me. I want to tell these people to BITE IT, but out of professionalism, I am choosing to remain quiet. I think the dream hit it right on the mark!
Fascinating dream fact:
German chemist Fredrich August von Kekule claimed that he discovered the ring-
shaped chemical structure of benzene because of a dream he had about a snake
biting its own tail in 1865.
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