Dream Catcher

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I was sharing a house with several people, including a woman who decided to make a turkey soup.

Upon the stove-top was a huge blue enamel kettle which she filled with all kinds of vegetables. She retrieved from the freezer a white paper-wrapped package that contained the last ingredient– the turkey. She threw this frozen turkey unceremoniously on top of the vegetables and turned it on a low heat.

This turkey was frozen stiff, but it was not cleaned and dressed. It still had its feathers and was intact and complete– just frozen.

After passing this kettle several times, I noticed that the bird was not dead. It was perched on top of the mound of vegetables, with its head just above the warm water, and as it began to thaw, it began to move ever so slightly– its head turning just a bit, the feathers rustling ever so slightly. I found this situation so disturbing, and I felt so sorry for the bird, that I reached in and lifted it into my arms.

I carried the turkey around all day, warming it with my own body, and eventually it came out of its stupor all together. It didn’t seem to mind my handling it, and even seemed to enjoy the closeness, sitting in my lap and staying near even though it became strong enough to wander away if it had chosen to.

(*Note: I had this dream the day I learned a dear friend had lost a family member to a tragic accident. Under the circumstances, I find the most interesting aspect of this dream to be death and resurrection.)


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3 Comments Add yours

  1. sue L. says:

    Maybe it is a warning, not a bad one..that the Spirit of this person is trying to ask you.. what happened? If this person did not know what happened it maybe be wandering …Not sure of where it is, or what it is? And because this person knew you and knew OF you, It maybe around you, and triggered your third eye….You comforted this spirit,,, )O(……Blessings

  2. I think your dream is telling you to go veg. Your love for Cletus speaks volumes about this, your dream soul might be in conflict.

    1. You’re probably right on target, Lorraine. I have never been a big meat-eater, it’s something that I can very quickly find unappetizing. Becoming a vegetarian wouldn’t be that large a leap for me.

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