Thursday, November 16, 2006

Sometimes a cigar

Cha's been telling me her dreams the last couple days. They're fun.

Wednesday:

I'm with my parents and my sisters and we're buying chicken at a chicken restaurant. The chicken is crawling with flies and maggots but we decide to get some anyway. Suddenly I am overwhelmed by flies and larvae which cover me entirely. I fall on the floor and start suffocating. Then, I go out of my skin and there is my old self on the floor, collapsed, covered in flies. We walk down the street and a handsome man makes a sexual remark to me. I say "Oh yeah? What are you going to do about it?" and he [deleted for the protection of the innocent] my [CENSORED] exactly the way [pending Evangelical review by Ted Haggard]. Then there are worms everywhere.

This morning:

We're in a place where you go to see iguanas. There are iguanas everywhere. You are driving a motorcycle and I'm riding on the back. You are making too much noise with the motorcycle and the iguanas are getting angry, and so are the people who run the iguana place. We are supposed to get married, and we are late. I remind you of this and you tell me we are breaking up. I am crying and crying.

On the couch:

Last night's dream is a cute variation of the typical anxiety dream, but also features some interesting substrate projection material based in our past experience and into which I won't delve here. I found this dream very amusing; in fact, I think it's hysterical (nyuk nyuk nyuk).

Wednesday's dream is a true classic of Jungian transformation, and bears more significant fruit. Cha turns 35 in January, and according to esoteric philosophy the seven-year stages of life are powerfully significant in personal development. A dream of rebirth and renewal for sure.

3 comments:

creation said...

Hawaii Vacations stuff. Devices, reviews, services...

Nick said...

"Creation" is right--devices, services=your wife<2>. My scrying of her dreams left me with two mystical terms "chicken" and "handsome". Firstly beaks are the most important feature of chicken. When roaming in the open, a chicken needs its beak for eating, pecking, preening, cleaning, grooming. When confined in battery cages, chicken[s] start to attack each other with their beaks. According to industry, chicken are debeaked to protect them from one another. A day old chick's beak is pressed against a red hot metal blade at 800oC. Often it injures the tongue. LOUISVILLE, Ky.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--KFC Corporation (a division of YUM! Brands, Inc.) (NYSE:YUM) today became the world?s first brand visible from outer space by unveiling a record-breaking 87,500 square feet, updated Colonel Sanders logo in the Area 51 desert. The logo consists of 65,000 one-foot by one-foot painted tile pieces that were assembled like a giant jigsaw puzzle: 6,000 red, 14,000 white, 5,000 beige, 28,000 black and 12,000 eggshell. EGGSHELL=SHIVA.
Shiva has not posted any instructables yet...

2. Han[d]som[e]
Joseph Aloysius Hansom inventor of said cab and architect of Birmingham Town Hall where Sir Arthur Sullivan had a premiere in 1870 where the despondent Rebecca prays for God's protection. Sir Brian enters, intent on raping Rebecca. The Preceptory of the Templars, Templestowe falls.

geoff said...

There's an extended sequence of an Asian poultry factory in the film Baraka, with lots of slow-mo chic beak-branding. It disturbed my ENGL102 students to actually see how food ends up in nugget form.