Moose & Whale

We were driving along a river road, near home. My husband and I were on the back, and My brother, and sister-in-law were in the front driving. I looked at the river and saw a moose in the water! I said “Look at the moose!”, but everyone missed it. Oh, there was another one! And another, and another and another! Wow! I started counting them all, 25,26,27,28, so many moose! Then I looked and beside and amongst the moose, were huge whales! Wow! I could barely believe it. Great big grey whales. Suddenly there was a beautiful killer whale there too. I felt like they had a message but I wasn’t sure what it was. They would swim up to the edge of the water, right in front of us, very close, and it made me a bit nervous, but I trusted they wouldn’t hurt us. As we drove we saw more and more whales. Wow, amazing. We can near the end of the water (the river just stopped), and I saw a hug shark. There was a person sitting on the edge of the sand/rocks waiting to have a picture taken, and the whale swam up and sat down right beside her (the way a human would sit), for a picture. I was shocked, thinking he was really tame, and noting that the girl had absolutely no fear, like it was the most normal thing in the world.

I remember later in the dream, being fed medicine through a tube. It was a light purple liquid, administered by my husband. He was treating me for something. Sometimes he would pump too much in and I couldn’t swallow it all, but then he would adjust the dosage. It tasted sweet and sickly. I wondered to myself, if the chemicals in the medicine were more harmful than the healing properties themselves.
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2 thoughts on “Moose & Whale

  1. The whale symbolizes emotional creativity, well-being, nurturing as well as emotional depth.Whales are masters of:

    Navigation: Moving through emotional depths
    Communication: Effectively expressing emotional experiences
    Conservation: Using emotional energy for fuel and not being consumed by emotional floods
    (http://www.whats-your-sign.com/whale-totem-meaning.html)

    If Whale has come to you in your Dreams;

    It can represent your intuition and awareness. You are in tune with your sense of spirituality. Alternatively, a whale symbolizes a relationship or business project that may be too big to handle. You are feeling overwhelmed.

    To see a Killer Whale in your dream indicates that you need to be more social or more vocal about something. Step up and speak up. Alternatively, the dream symbolizes spiritual guidance. You are ready to explore your emotions, but you need to make the connection between the conscious and subconscious aspects of yourself. (http://spirit-animals.com/whale/)

    If Moose has stumbled into your dreams:

    It may mean to pay close attention to the elders around you for they hold they wisdom of days gone by. To dream of a moose in its natural habit means you can expect a beneficial change of circumstances coming your way now. (http://spirit-animals.com/moose/)

    If Shark has come to you in your Dreams;

    Dreaming about a Shark can be a symbolic of your feelings of anger, hostility and ferocity. You are undergoing a long and difficult emotional period and may an emotional threat to yourself and others. Most likely you are struggling with your individuality and independence, especially with regards to your relationships. Alternatively Shark can represent someone in your life who is greedy and unscrupulous. It indicates that there is someone in your life who goes after whatever he or she wants without regard for the well being and sensitivity to others. This person could also be you.(http://spirit-animals.com/shark/)

  2. Thank you for that great reply! I love thinking of animals who show up in my dreams and looking closer at what they could be telling me about myself and others in my life. Great lot of info you’ve given me. Thank you!

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