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knife dream

I was with my husband at the zoo. We saw the most beautiful and friendly dog, then someone just threw a knife at the dog and it died. Then the next minute we realized, it was falling knives but my husband protected me and nothing happened to us. What does this mean?

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Re: knife dream

My sense is the dream is addressing an experience/event/issue where someone or something did or attempted to do something or say something {threw knife} that would/could/did upset some part of the relationship between you and your husband. It could have involved some other person or could have been an experience between you and your husband. In any event the 'friendly' aspect that existed ended {friendly dog died}. Your husband protecting you from the falling knives could represent the security you feel from being with him. This could be despite some part of the relationship had was injured {dog dying}. Was there such a recent experience with your husband where something was 'thrown' into the relationship but you did not let it 'injure' you because of the 'security' he provides?

In a deeper sense {a dreams have at least two meanings/applications} you may possess an attitude or personality trait that can be injured but will continue to let it be a part of you because you feel secure in being this way. This would involve characteristics you developed early in life that have unconscious control over your actions as an adult. A question I would ask is how was the relationship between your father and mother? Can you detect similar attitudes in your marriage?


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