All My Life ...

My entire life since I was a small child I have dreamed of being pregnant. It is a dream while not occurring daily or weekly occurs a couple of times a month.

I read once (some dream interpretation article) that this kind of dream was a harbinger of change, creativity, and new life being brought into the world. The way the author talked you should treat your life as you would treat yourself if you were pregnant. You should wait for the miracle that you're creating to manifest in your waking world!

I know that my dream would never include a child growing in my womb, since I don't have one. However maybe it is the life I should live as a woman. As I say this dream has persisted all of my life since about age 5 or 6 and never stops. It is always a good dream in that I feel wonderful and everyone in the dream smiles and says how beautiful I look.

If that interpretation is correct, then maybe that would mean being pregnant with the part of me that I'm not showing to the world. In all my dreams I am female. In all my dreams I am pursuing a life at work or at home. In some I even have a husband and family. I'm always happy and rarely if ever do I have a nightmare or find myself in danger.

Somehow this dream of being pregnant, of all my dreams, is the most comforting, relaxing and restful dream I have. I am more actually fully rested and full of energy when I awake.

I guess I'll not worry about it and nuture it along.

Josie06 Josie06
56-60, F
3 Responses Nov 9, 2008

I find it very interesting that some women dream of this most of their lives, yet we are not able to. My oldest sister has, I have, Josie you have, and there are others you know who you are; we dream and try and nothing happens, what is it that causes us to dream and wish for it so much, I wish I know. My sister was pregnant for just a few weeks then miscarried because it was a fallopian pregnancy, after that she never was able to get pregnant. But her desire has never gone away, she cries when ever she sees a mother and her baby. I do too as well as a deep longing to be able to hold the baby and to be able to breastfeed. Sometimes it really hurts.

Change and blossom, Josie. Be beautiful always!

Beautiful Josie... I think your dream is telling you to be yourself. That you have yet to experience the real Josie. You will though and I can't wait.