Dreams of the Eaten by Arianne Tex Thompson, Paperback.

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Dreaming of food is relatively common for some people, yet others will dream of food hardly at all.  Even if the dream is of seeing, trying to attain or having some food, the actual act of eating may not be dominant in the dream.  This may be because in waking life we pay little attention to eating, often doing other things such as watching TV  or working while we eat, so the textures, tastes and sensations of eating are not so noticeable to us, and the visual or auditory signals play a more important role.

When we do dream of food then, it may take on a more symbolic meaning.  The act of eating can play important physical and psychological roles in our life.  We eat to survive, but we also eat to feel certain ways, an our dreams can reflect this.  Dreams of food invite us to consider:

The phrase “you are what you eat” is especially true in dreams, where everything, even objects, can reflect a part of our own self.  To understand the meaning of a particular food in a dream, it can be helpful to describe it.  Try asking, how am I like this food?  Is it warm and comforting, substantial and hearty, light and refreshing?  Fast food in dreams may be a sign of trying to sustain our self on something that seems easy, but provides little real value.

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Dreaming of food is relatively common for some people, yet others will dream of food hardly at all.  Even if the dream is of seeing, trying to attain or having some food, the actual act of eating may not be dominant in the dream.  This may be because in waking life we pay little attention to eating, often doing other things such as watching TV  or working while we eat, so the textures, tastes and sensations of eating are not so noticeable to us, and the visual or auditory signals play a more important role.

When we do dream of food then, it may take on a more symbolic meaning.  The act of eating can play important physical and psychological roles in our life.  We eat to survive, but we also eat to feel certain ways, an our dreams can reflect this.  Dreams of food invite us to consider:

The phrase “you are what you eat” is especially true in dreams, where everything, even objects, can reflect a part of our own self.  To understand the meaning of a particular food in a dream, it can be helpful to describe it.  Try asking, how am I like this food?  Is it warm and comforting, substantial and hearty, light and refreshing?  Fast food in dreams may be a sign of trying to sustain our self on something that seems easy, but provides little real value.

Worse yet, the pilgrimage has disturbed an ancient power – and the earth is crumbling in its grip. As the ground shakes and the crows gather, the final reckoning promises to unite the living and the dead in a battle for the land itself.

One way or another, blood debts will come due, Elim will face his judgment, and the World That Is will be forever changed.

Arianne ‘Tex’ Thompson is an instructor, a professional speaker, and an enthusiastic member of the DFW Writers Workshop. She lives in Dallas with her husband and a refurbished cat named Peache.

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