This dream is no longer clear to me, the sequence and events, that is, but there are features that stand out that I want to note down.

Two nights ago, I dreamt that I was in some sort of a square. The square was outside a large building, which I assumed to be a religious structure. Moira was there and Jenna. I remember other familiar faces, but can’t recall them now. We were sitting on the floor and, if I recall correctly, we were surrounded by either our belongings or camping-like stuff. What surrounded us wasn’t important. I remember a rat, a pet rat, in a cage. The rat wasn’t healthy. I remember I had a bird. It was along the lines of a cockatiel, but very grey like an african grey, but definitely the size of a cockatiel. The bird was free, but tame. It stayed with me.

I remember leaving and coming back and finding the bird was ailing. We decided to put it in a cage with another bird. The cage door was open, but neither bird tried to fly away.

Towards the end of the dream (I have left a lot out, as I don’t remember it), I looked up over the building. Resting on the building with his wings spread was a giant eagle. He covered the roof of the building with his size. I knew, as I looked up at him, that he was watching me. I felt a certain protection emating from him, as though he was looking after me.

** One source for ‘eagle’ says:
The eagle is an important Native American symbol, as well as having a place in the ancient literature of Greeks and Hebrews. All these images exist in our common-day lore on roughly equal terms.
The eagle is a symbol of great wisdom and vision in the lore of Navajo and Crow Native American legend. As such, it is often associated as a sacred emblem that sets the dreamer apart for special uses by the Great Spirit.
In Hebrew and Greek literature, the eagle is a symbol of power. Given its great size and strength, eagles were able to remove even small livestock from the herds. This gave the eagle a persona of majesty, power, and fear. To dream of the eagle is to be spiritually validated as a person of great wisdom and insight concerning both this world and the spiritual realities beyond the comprehension of this world.

Rat: a dream featuring a rat means you are worried about your finances. This is true. I am, though, in the dream, it plays a very small role.

Birdcage: represents a loss of freedom. You are feeling locked up and unable to fully express yourself.

Birds: 1. freedom from materials ties. 2. the soul. 3. spiritual knowledge. 4. the heart chakra.5.aspirations, thoughts, and Ideals. 6. telepathy. 7. the higher self.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

The Druid's Garden

Spiritual Journeys in Tending the Land, Permaculture, Wildcrafting, and Regenerative Living

Purple Herbal

Sharing My Passion For Nature With The World

Furious Curious Cancer Survivor

I would have beaten any type of cancer

The imperfect cooks

Just another weblog


Welcome to the real world

Forest and Fungi

Part of my journey to contribute to a more beautiful world...


Musings From an Alternate Universe

cancer killing recipe

Just another site

Speaking in Symbols

Learning the language of the subconcious

The Happy Living People Project

Smile! You’re at the best site ever

Ian Waldick

The Adventures of an Irish Farmer

Hiking Photography

Beautiful photos of hiking and other outdoor adventures.

Rolbos ©

Living the life of the common people.

The Millennium Conjectures™

A Blog of the Ridiculous and Sublime, by Mark Sackler

A simple mans idea's to Be Prepared

Whispering Earth

Nature patiently waits and we have only to turn back to her to find relief from our suffering - Dr Bach




art. biology. creativity. science. design. nature.

Some Wonderland

Not Alice's kind of wonderland

%d bloggers like this: