September 7, 2005 

"He who has learned aright about the signs that come in sleep will find that they have an important influence over all things." --Hippocrates

I have recurring dreams about my ex-husband. In those dreams we are still married and the children are little (they're both in college now). And in my dream last night my son was a baby and I was nursing him.


Glendale, CA

Lauri: Your dream might mean that you long for the old days when you were a happy family. But on a deeper level, perhaps there is something new happening in your life that you need to "nurture" as though it were a newborn, in order for it and for you to reach your full potential. We'll often dream of babies when we start a new project or relationship. You may also want to ask yourself if you might be "babying" your son too much (no matter how old they get, they're still a baby in our eyes aren't they?).

Rae replies: You are right on with your assessment of what my dream might mean. I am in a place in my life right now where I think I need to nurture myself. And, (according to his sister anyway) I do baby my son too much. Thanks for your input.

Fascinating Dream Fact: Natural disaster dreams are definitely on the rise. But despite all the Hurricane Katrina coverage, tornadoes are still the most common natural disaster dream. If you're having recurring natural disasters in your dreams, first ask yourself what "stormy" situation you might be dealing with lately or what issue in your life has you overwrought with worry and anxiety. The dreams could be due to the news coverage or due to something more personal.

Tune in to The New Mix 106 Morning Show the third Monday of every month at 8:40 a.m. Lauri will be interpreting your dreams live on the air.

So, What Did You Dream Last Night? is a journey into the mysterious dreaming mind. This hardback coffee-table book also includes a Dream Dictionary for continual reference. Visit us at to order your autographed copy and get free shipping.

Pin It

Speaking of Dreamzone


Comments are closed.

More by Laurie Quinn Loewenberg


Latest in Dreamzone

Popular Events

  • Depression Recovery Seminar @ Meridian Seventh-day Adventist Church

    • Thu., Jan. 19, 6:30 p.m. $25
  • Tall Tales Reading Series @ Boise Art Museum

    • Thu., Jan. 19, 6 p.m. $10-$15
    • Buy Tickets
  • Free Comedy Night @ Boise Brewing Co.

    • FREE

© 2017 Boise Weekly

Website powered by Foundation