2nd Grade

1ish am

In dream, I was in a old house with an old man. He was dressed shabbily. House was worn tattered, sheeted, dark and had beams exposed. He told me that this is where he lived and it was it. He also told me that I could not leave and that he was in the second grade. When I tried to leave, this figure with a hood and silhouetted face rushed up and its force would not allow me to leave the house.

I could not see the figure body or face as it was covered in some type of hooded garb.

no scared feeling, but did feel the “force” as I attempted to leave the house.

Woke up…


One thought on “2nd Grade

  1. A home overrun is often reflective of instability in the dreamer’s relationship to the world. Feeling overwhelmed is not unusual. However, if overwhelmed is the chronic condition of your life, then being overrun by a particular sort of person may reflect the source of waking anxiety.

    I don’t know particulars of what all is going on in ur life at this time, but this dreams seems to be related to a possible current situation and(or) endeavor and the feelings and obstacles you have associated with it. Anxiety, feeling trapped due to potential unresolvable isses concrning it. The man may be representative of a need/ a group thats why his face is covered. The fact that he stated he was in the second grade indicates a state of arrested development…..okay what does that have to do with you….your preception of the force (guilt/conscience/obligation) that prevented you from leaving the house was confirmation that you are needed in a certain place at a certain time for a certain reason.

    Your presence…your focus and preseverance….. crucial to his(who he represents) freedom. Mental, Educational and socioeconomical state.

Please use the comments to demonstrate your own ignorance, unfamiliarity with empirical data, ability to repeat discredited memes, and lack of respect for scientific knowledge. Also, be sure to create straw men and argue against things I have neither said nor even implied. Any irrelevancies you can mention will also be appreciated. Lastly, kindly forgo all civility in your discourse . . . you are, after all, anonymous :)

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