like a thief in the night

lately, i have been inundated with burglary dreams. people coming in to my house, car, work...whatever and taking everything i have.
it's getting old. i wake up in a panic, toss and turn, and have to talk myself out of checking on my car in the middle of the night.
image c/o shitty weekend
it's odd to have these bizarrely awful dreams because i feel very safe. except for the time i thought walking across the street of my apt to walgreens was a good idea after dark. that didn't go over so well...but other than that...no problems.

i did a little googling and this is what i found:

'to dream that you have been burglarized, indicates that you are feeling violated or that personal space has been invaded. you feel helpless in some situation or relationship. this could be due to a major change in your life.'

'to dream that you have been robbed, indicates that you are experiencing an identity crisis or are suffering from some sort of loss in your life. alternatively, the dream means that someone has stolen your success or has taken credit for something you did. perhaps you feel that you have been treated unfairly.' both from dream moods.

'if someone is stealing from you-you feel like life-or something in it, is very demanding right now, or that people are wanting things from you, especially in manipulative ways. you're feeling disrespected, not validated, or undervalued in some way.' dream visions

interesting. right?!  i just associated it to my anxious feelings about the new lockdown...but this shed some light.

enter sandman.
xoxo ashleycolean

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