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Offline Shadow-Da-Wolf

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« on: April 17, 2005, 10:22:06 am »
this morning i woke up from a dream that i was walking out in a moutinous area with a house but i saw bones in front of the only house my mudane brother and father disapeared. later a mountian loin was following me and a natural thing that ppl would do is try to scare it away but it still followed me more and more. then it jumped to wards me but it seamd that it was going over me.... it ened there

what could have it meant

**oops sry can someone move this to a diffrent place**




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« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2005, 07:32:19 pm »
The cougar (also called puma, mountain lion, panther) symbolizes coming into your own power, when you see the mountian lion it means two things:

1) it is time to learn about power and test your own; cougars do this early in their lifes though trial and error. Only by doing so can you sharpen your and hone your skills until they are deadly accurate

2) There is some kind of choice to be made in your life; you must choose quickly and  Strongly with absolutely no delay...a cougar leaps without hesitation when opportunities presents themselves in order to survive.

Perhaps this dream means that you need time away from your brother and father since they were absent in the dream, or maybe a temporary change of scenery because of the shift of location despite the fact that your home remind near so you can learn how to better understand your own strengths and abilities. Or maybe the cougar is trying to tell you that you are to reliant on how things are and need to learn how to become more independent by tapping into your personal power. It could also mean that there is a life altering decision involving your family and/or home that requires the strength and swiftness of the cougar to make. It could mean any of those a said or any other numerous things that I did not think of, hundreds of means can be interpreted from your dream based on the appearance of the cougar.                

As you try to puzzle this out for yourself, Remember: the cougar teaches decisiveness in the use of personal power; showing how to take charge of your life and your circumstances most effectively.
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« Reply #2 on: April 23, 2005, 11:43:48 pm »
i never thought of it that way but i'm not sure if i came up to a point where i have to decide quickly
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« Reply #3 on: May 06, 2005, 03:43:03 am »
I have a cougar-related story: When my coven was still together, we used to go up into the mountains (cascades) to a friend's cabin to do magic in a really quiet natural place.
We spent the day froliking in the grass, eating picnic food, and talking. When the sun began to set, we brought out our candles, lit them, and walked about a half a mile down this old forest trail. When we reached the base of the mountain, we cleared a patch of grass and sat in a circle. We proceeded to invoke protection and ask for passage, we brought gifts to lay in the earth, and then we got down to our purpose.
We were seeking something that was lost, so we led eachother into our collective minds, each of us came out with something we could or should use. My gift was a blue marble that had not left my pocket for 2 years, and i recieved guidence in return.
As we ended our ritual, we passed a ball of energy through the circle; around and around. With a final word of praise, we released the energy into the sky.
We were all a bit drained, so we relit our candles, and pondered out gifts. My friend George, who was sitting across from me, suddenly sucked in a breath and stiffened. I swear i saw his hackles raise. A few moments passed, and he relaxed. We were all curious as to what had caused that reaction, we asked him.

His response: We really should go now. Until just now, there was a cougar sitting right behind you [me]. Right behind you, not four feet away, and it was just sitting and staring at us. Then it left. Let's get out of here.

needless to say i was totally freaked.


This actually happened, it's not a dream.




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« Reply #4 on: May 06, 2005, 06:34:14 am »
i always have crazy dreams. I forget most of em hehe ...  '<img'>  '<img'>

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« Reply #5 on: May 08, 2005, 05:29:01 pm »
I think I had a dream similar to that, don't remember the dream any more, but I remember talking about the dream.

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« Reply #6 on: May 15, 2005, 12:51:51 pm »
Quote (Feldy-MDR @ May 08 2005, 5:29 pm)
I think I had a dream similar to that, don't remember the dream any more, but I remember talking about the dream.

did it also have a cougar in your dream?
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