Seeing or draw a sketch of yourself in your dream, suggests that you need to view a situation from a different perspective. The dream may also be a pun on "drawing out" or recognizing some aspect of yourself. (read all at source)
sketcheroo @ 2010-11-18 09:37:31
I was walking the dog with a friend who I have began to mistrust. She was walking her own dog and a friends dog, both big boisterous dogs, I didn't have mine with me, but I didn't walk one of hers. (read all at source)
'Dream images are sketched in fugitive ink, however, if we don't re-experience them immediately, they fade to invisibility on the fast turning pages of waking consciousness...'
Jill Mellick... (read all at source)
After this, came a sketchy part in which I saw another girl, whose identity I don't recall. Seeing her made me think of how I was chained, now that I was destined to marry my now-fiance. I would never be able to pursue her. (read all at source)
In a very curious essay entitled "A Chapter on Dreams," this author, who is endowed with a rare talent for analysis, explains to us how the most original of his stories have been composed or at least sketched in dreams. But read the chapter carefully. (read all at source)
Simple sketches and doodles are best. Scribble a picture of something glimpsed from your dream and soon you'll be frantically trying to get down all the other dream images that flood your mind. You can make a dedicated dream sketchbook or include your material in your dream diary. (read all at source)
Photo album - will meet in front with a lovely man who will be the best friend and lover. Sketch pad or with stamps - joy, happiness, success, and meeting new friends.
Dream Interpretation birthdays of January, February, March, April... (read all at source)
Whether it’s related to a career or a relationship, a baby in a dream reminds you that to achieve any goal there must be an incubation period that allows the idea or plan to develop, a development stage where you sketch the idea or plan out, and finally, when it’s on its feet,... (read all at source)
I saw how the larger ones formed a chain, dragging the smaller ones after them, but only at the ends of the chain. . . The cry of the conductor: "Clapham Road," awakened me from my dreaming; but I spent part of the night in putting on paper at least sketches of these dream forms. (read all at source)
During this period of time I might make some sketches, but not always.
What pops out from within me is my interpretation of the information, feelings, images, symbols and so on that I have gathered. (read all at source)