Dream Interpretation/Priest dream


1. female, 37
2. United States
3. Black (Carribean-American)
4. Catholic
5. moderately-religious
6. straight
7. single
8. unemployed
9. ok health (not sick, but a few very minor issues)
10. Not at all happy with my life. I'm extremely disappointed at the lack of [everything] of my life (no stable employment, not educated enough, not financially independent...)
11. lack of financial independence
12. I think that once I find stable employment, I'll be financially independent and everything else will fall into place (I'll have my own home and the much-desired privacy, my own mode of transportation so as to not be reliant on others for my moving around...)
13. I've always been afraid of being homeless on the street (or even in a public shelter).
14. I don't know how to answer that one. As it relates to the dream, perhaps I could relate it to the fact that one of the two men who had sex with me as a child was (or still is) a pastor. I've never had a negative experience with a priest, but I do have trust issues with post-pubescent males in general.
15. I have no "special" activities, but I spend most of my day on the computer, the ipod and watching television.
16. My #1 desire is to land an excellent-paying job that will allow me to move into my own apartment and get a car and live free of my family members who make me so miserable (seeing them no more tan twice a year).

My dream:
I just had a terrible dream. It started out with me being happy that I was finally having the opportunity to go to church again. My mother said that we were going to Saint Boniface. I don’t know which church that is, but I’d heard of it before and the me in the dream was familiar with it. In fact, I was refusing to go to that particular church for some reason. I pleaded with her to go to another church. She said no. She had a wedding to attend afterwards with my great-aunt.  
We went to the church and when the new or visiting priest arrived, I knew there was trouble. First of all, the setting was all wrong for a mass: We were all huddled into four rows – as if it were a freezing winter in an unheated Christian chuhch (intentional misspell for emphasis). Everyone else seemed aware that something “special” was to occur. The place was barely lit (very unlike a Catholic church – especially for a Catholic church).
The priest made his introduction. (I knew that this man could not be trusted.)  He talked about this being a special day and that we were all fortunate to be witness to such an event as today’s.  After all the blah, blah, blahing, he was redressed by some church helpers and made an announcement for me to come forward. I questioned why – since I didn’t trust the man…  I ended up going – by whose prodding? I don’t know.  Next, the priest had come down from the altar and was at the main floor with us peasants.  He said a prayer at me and ordered me to disrobe. “No!” I yelled. “When a priest asks you to do something, you do it!” I heard my mother say not too far from me.  Damnit! I shook my head. There she goes taking someone else’s side again – an evil one, at that! My pants were peeled off for me. The dreaming me laughed at the fact that they’d be disappointed to see that I was neither shaved nor trimmed for their pleasure. What’re they gonna do now?! I closed my eyes and looked away as the priest said a prayer and /or a blessing, poured holy water on my private part and readied himself for entry. Dreamer me saw that he’d gone to some trouble (not really). He had a round gold sticker on his penis.  As he approached, I woke up. I couldn’t just allow a rape happen to me. Not even in a dream. Not even for an interesting/entertaining story to retell.
That priest was the priest from American Horror Story: Asylum. That’s how I knew he was evil. Apparently this was a setup. My mother knew the whole time that I was to be sacrificed for something! As I’m thinking this, I’m thinking not as well. I think that if she knew of this, she’d have me physically prepped beforehand – even without my knowledge (i.e.: guilting me into grooming down there, having me dress dressier to church, etc…).

Thank you Emmanuelle for choosing me to answer your question ...

It was really a terrible dream, which reflects disappointment ... But I would like to ask you a question : are you interested in reading and knowing about other religions like Islam for example, or you are not interested about that?

My best regards


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Jamal Hussein is a serious and diligent Egyptian Sunni-Muslim researcher in the field of Symbolic Dream Interpretation since 2004. Four years later, in 2008, he wrote a comprehensive and methodical bulky dissertation called A Sun for The World of Dreams, which was admired and respected by millions of Dream Interpretation professionals, learners and fans in North Africa and the middle east. Jamal Hussein has several published written scientific works on Dream Interpretation. He also has been widely recognized as an Interpreter and Analyzer of Symbolic Dreams for years. He has been an allexperts.com volunteer in Dream Interpretation category since 2009. Jamal Hussein is a Dream Interpretation pioneer. He was the first researcher to prove the existence of an independent and complete science for Dream Interpretation (not a part of psychology or astrology). Accordingly, he was the first to coin the term Dream Interpretation Science. Since Jamal Hussein has started his writing career about Dream Interpretation, many of his readers claimed to have experienced an unusual and pleasurable journey of scientific argument, logic, simplicity, and well-organized approach toward a final goal of full mastery and skilled application of information. As a result, Jamal Hussein has helped many Dream Interpretation enthusiasts to gain the essential knowledge and training required to understand confidently the hidden message within their dreams.


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