Frank Sinatra: That’s life, and as funny as it seems, many people get their kicks from stomping on your dreams.
I had a dream the other morning about a past job and some ex-coworkers. In fact, I was so into the dream that I remember hitting snooze on the alarm and going back to sleep and continuing the dream.
The dream started with me walking down a hallway and seeing my deceased parents hugging me and saying hello. That was it, no other message. I continued walking to a ballroom to see my old boss. On the way, I saw an ex-coworker talking to a friend of mine. (In real life, they would have no way of knowing each other.) My friend looked as if she was trying to calm down my ex-coworker. How could they be talking to each other? In real life, they would have no way of knowing each other.
A google search tells me that seeing coworkers in a dream highlights a waking relationship with them, including difficulties and support. It signifies possible ambition, struggles and a competitive nature. To dream that you are training someone to take your place suggests that you are moving toward deep inner development. You are leaving behind old attitudes and are looking toward the future.
Dreaming about being at a former job may suggest that there is an old lesson that you need to learn and apply to your current situation. To dream about your current job means that you are content and highly satisfied with how things are going in your life. This may also mean urgency in finishing a task or project.
Later in the morning, I wondered what this all meant. The people in my dream were all losses to me, at one time or another. How did my worlds collide? How do I reconcile all the people, comments, and feelings?
I’m ready to move forward. New job, new coworkers, new days ahead.