That is a very interesting dream. It could be the birth of a new idea. It could also be the longing for a child… or, maybe, and this was the first thing that popped into my mind, it could be symbolic of the transitionary phase of growing “into your own.” OK, see, it’s like with Tarot symbolism. When doing a reading, the reader has to pick the significator card. For women, they can be chosen from the page, the knights, or the queens. Now, usually adult women are given a queen regardless, but there has to be a true link there for that card to mean anything. Perhaps, maybe, the page and knight parts of you are passing away, and the “queen” aspects of you are coming through, making you a more integrated person. Does that make sense? And if I follow that line of thinking, the act of giving the child away would represent giving away your power. So, don’t give away your power then.
Or, it could be the idea that you suggested.
Last night, I dreamt that I was in Louisiana and was looking out at a bayou. Jade was there, and we were discussing the life that was under the water. We started watching some people in a boat that were just rowing along and singing and trying to get a net out to catch crawfish. ( yuck)
Jade asked me to get her something out of a cabin that was nearby, so I went in to find that thing, but was distracted by a lot of people asking me questions and trying to hand me things that I didn’t know what to do with.
I just grabbed everything that I could, and hoped that whatever Jade needed was in that pile of stuff and went back to look at the bayou. I couldn’t see Jade.
My grandfather was there and was telling me that I had to be careful of the boat spikes that were along the bayou’s edge. I started noticing that there were tons of those spikes all over the place. He said something to the effect of, “In life, honey, there are always boat spikes… you just have to shift your vision to see who is holding them.”
Then he said, “You better jump in there and get your friend before she stops breathing.” and he started to walk away… I looked out and saw Jade floating in the water and started to swim out to get her out, hoping that there was enough time to save her. I got to her, and started to pull her back to the land. I heard my grandfather yell out, “Mind the spikes, and watch out for them gators.”
When he said that, I turned back to make sure Jade’s face was out of the water and saw a huge gator swimming right at us.
And then I woke up.
Blah… Jade dont swim in bayous. :r2top