Dream of Flood and Indigenous Ownership

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Dream of Flood and Indigenous Ownership

Post by Paul RT on Thu Apr 15, 2010 9:11 am

I was involved in disputes with three different families. I tried to order one of these families out of my life.
In the dream I was describing a dream I had to one of the other families. I dreamt about trying to move to a small town (Mudgee NSW?) that was covered in floodwaters with trees sticking out of these waters, and I described this dream to another family involved in the dispute. The dream also had some connections to Indigenous people and land possession.
In the background I could hear the song “Sunshine lollypops and rainbows” sung by Lesley Gore:
“Sunshine, lollipops and rainbows,
Everything that's wonderful is what I feel when we're together,
Brighter than a lucky penny,
When you're near the rain cloud disappears, dear,
And I feel so fine just to know that you are mine.
My life is sunshine, lollipops and rainbows,
That's how this refrain goes, so come on, join in everybody!
Sunshine, lollipops and rainbows,
Everything that's wonderful is sure to come your way
When you're in love to stay.
Sunshine, lollipops and rainbows,
Everything that's wonderful is what I feel when we're together,
Brighter than a lucky penny,
When you're near the rain cloud disappears, dear,
And I feel so fine just to know that you are mine.
Sunshine, lollipops and rainbows,
Everything that's wonderful is sure to come your way
'Cause you're in love, you're in love,
And love is here to stay!
(see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_v468ptuXw)

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Re: Dream of Flood and Indigenous Ownership

Post by traveller on Thu Apr 15, 2010 6:41 pm

Hi Paul,
In your dream were u thinking of moving in order to move away from one of the family disputes you were involved in(work wise?) And do you think the flood in that town Mudgee was literal or more symbolic? Do u work with indigenous people as the land possession could be literal then I guess.. If not, land possession has a spiritual meaning too, as I'm sure you're aware of.
Just some thoughts/questions I had.

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Re: Dream of Flood and Indigenous Ownership

Post by Paul RT on Thu Apr 15, 2010 11:52 pm

Hi Traveller

Since the dream last night I have today been offered another job, which will at least temporarily get me out of some conflict with my current company (my industry has a lot of conflict and pressure to get results).
I have also applied for a position with a community organisation for whom I act as a Board member at present, and was expecting a call for a job interview with them this week. I think these are the 3 "families" in the dream.
I currently don't have much contact with floods, Mudgee or Indigenous people, so I'm not sure what the connection is there yet.

Thanks for your interest

Paul

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Re: Dream of Flood and Indigenous Ownership

Post by traveller on Fri Apr 16, 2010 12:58 am

Hi, again just thoughs.
If the name mudgee isn't literal for going there (or not yet?) maybe the meaning of the actual name could point you further:
the meaning of mudgee comes from the indigenous (wiradjuri) word Moothi, meaning 'nest in the hills'. No idea if that rings a bell, sometimes the meaning of names works for me in my dreams.
God bless you.

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