It was the strangest thing – I recently had a dream that stuck with me; I even woke up laughing. It involved dildos! What does that dream mean when you have visions of a beloved sex toy?
Well, it didn’t quite go as you’d imagine; I was walking down a dark alley and a stranger was stalking me. As I walked hastily I suddenly heard a voice yelling. “Hey! You! Wanna buy something?” The voice belonged to a man carrying a box of dildos!
Stunned I yelled back, “What on earth?!” I couldn’t believe am seeing this. He went on to more explain, “These are custom-made dildos of all shapes and sizes. They’re guaranteed to last a lifetime. All I ask is that you take a look.”
The dream had a surprisingly casual and non-threatening feeling to it. I even asked him if he made them himself, he nodded and grinned, “Of course!” We conversed further about the sizes and shapes of them and I made my selections.
As I did this I realized that the dream didn’t mean anything sexual at all, it was all about freedom! Seeing the variety of sizes and shapes was a metaphor for the wonderful freedoms we all have to express ourselves and enjoy life.
The dream itself very quickly shifted to a feeling of being liberated and free. I was filled with a sense of joy as I looked at the dildos and spoke with this man. The lesson I took away from it is that it’s important to not let life’s experiences lock us in the same routine or same way of thinking. We should all be open to branching out and finding creative ways to explore.
The dream left me with this sense of what it feels like to be truly liberated, and what it means to use our freedom. That’s something very valuable that goes way beyond the symbols and objects of the dream.
This dream got me thinking, how can we use our freedom to explore the world in all its beauty? How can we take our freedom and use it to create something amazing? Each of our lives is filled with opportunities to explore, create, and experiment.
I think the dream was in a way encouraging me to not be afraid to take advantage of the freedom I have to explore the world. Whether that be in the form of going on a trip, taking a photography class, or just talking to people who have a different outlook on life. Life’s too short, so why not explore our possibilities and open ourselves to new experiences?