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I become the owner of a castle??? by Spursfan2 on 9 February 2012 12:02pm
 
Had to share part of this dream with you! It was so real and a bit weird.

A friend of ours, who we have not seen for maybe 3 years, had in the dream bought a castle, a full-on 12th century castle, all imposing and stone. However he had found he couldn't afford it, so we bought it off him!!

I can't remember where it was situated, except that it was in the South of England. I said "It's lovely - just a pity it isn't in Shropshire. Any chance of it being moved to Shropshire?"
We don't live in Shropshire, we are the next county to Shropshire but we rarely go there so WHY THE HECK SHROPSHIRE? !!

In the dream our friend said "Er...not REALLY." in a sarcastic voice and looking at the stone floors I said "No I suppose not" !!

Weird, just weird!

:D
 
Re: I become the owner of a castle??? by suzulu on 9 February 2012 12:17pm
 
Hahahaaa, very weird. There must be some deep meaning somewhere although it might seem irrelevant. Dreams are strange things.
 
Re: I become the owner of a castle??? by Loretto on 9 February 2012 3:21pm
 
Anne, that is a really interesting dream, just to come up with moving a castle. So I checked out this site which gives the meaning of dreaming about stones.....

http://www.dreamsleep.net/stone-dream-interpretation.html

And in case you can't view the page it says,
Psychological:
"Stones can represent permanence and things that can endure. Similarly it can represent the unchanging self. However it can also symbolise coldness, stubborness and refusal to change. Perhaps it represents a weighty problem that you have had to deal with."

I don't know if I put a lot of cred into the meanings of dreams, but there's the site for you anyway.
 
Re: I become the owner of a castle??? by Lounge Trekker on 9 February 2012 5:04pm
 
I, too, had an unusual dream last night. I was working in the woods, and the ground was packed dirt like it had been driven over repeatedly by heavy machinery. I had a reason for going up and down a moderately steep hill, and each time I came down...I was boot-skiing.

Boot-skiing is something I've done when descending a steep slope covered with year-round snow pack. It requires quite a steep slope on snow and would be impossible on dirt. However, I was making turns like I was on skis!
 
Re: I become the owner of a castle??? by Loretto on 9 February 2012 10:22pm
 
I thought you were kidding around Pete, but no you weren't.....and yes you did!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qr5TlexaEuM

Are the boots ski boots without skis or are they special boots? Stupid question, but I have to ask it!
 
Re: I become the owner of a castle??? by TERRY S on 9 February 2012 10:25pm
 
From Dream Moods website:

Castle:

To see a castle in your dream signifies reward, honor, recognition, and praise for your achievements. You are destined to a position of power, wealth, and prestige. Alternatively, the dream indicates your desire to escape from life's daily problems.

To dream that you live in a castle represents your extreme need for security and protection to the point where you may be isolating yourself from others. Perhaps the dream parallels a waking situation where it has put you on the defensive.

Interesting, eh?

 
Re: I become the owner of a castle??? by kazzzz on 9 February 2012 10:51pm
 
Ooh a castle Anne? Can I come and stay?
I reckon that dream ananlysis is utter twaddle. Why does it have to mean anything, it's just a dream. Maybe you saw a castle on telly or something that day.
If my dreams were interpreted and analysed id prob be sectioned!
 
Re: I become the owner of a castle??? by Lounge Trekker on 9 February 2012 11:43pm
 
Heh heh, not like that. I looked for a You Tube video depicting someone doing what I dreamt of. The boot skiing I remember was on the way down a mountainside while hiking in late summer. In sub glacial areas, in a valley where the sun doesn't melt the snow completely, the snow can form snow packs which adventuresome, or reckless, hikers might slide down. If you don't crash...it's safer, especially with tired legs after a long few days climbing, to squat and use your hands for balance.

It looks much like the guy in the video, but with a backpack instead of ski poles.

It's been a while, but this has me thinking about a red algae on the snow...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watermelon_snow . I recall the weird tracks boot skiing leaves in the red stuff.

I want to dream of living in a castle...not cold, tired and hungry plummetting out of control toward the rocks where the snow ends!
 
Re: I become the owner of a castle??? by Spursfan2 on 10 February 2012 12:28pm
 
I can still see the castle in my mind and I suddenly realised where it was - it is Chartley Castle, not far from where we live !! We often drive past it so that's why that particular castle was in my head (although in the dream it was complete). I particualry remember the round keep in my dream.

For info, Chartley was one of the 2 castles in Staffordshire where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned (the other being Tutbury Castle).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chartley_Castle
 
Re: I become the owner of a castle??? by johnnyBgood! on 11 February 2012 2:32am
 
kazzzz wrote my post for me. :)

But what about the dreams I've had about you Karen? ;)
 



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