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Dream Interpretation: Building, Holding Hands, Ocean, Whirlpool

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I dreamed of being on a city, something like New Delhi, with my son and his dad. We were looking for a place to stay, an apartment or condo, but couldn't find any that suits our tastes. We headed towards a small community near the ocean and from afar I saw two tall, pink and blue buildings swaying... close to kissing the ground. I was dead scared but an old woman assured me that it was built that way. After a while, the tide began to rise and a whirlpool started to form right before my eyes. I immediately called Allan to secure Lance and to hold my hands as we grab hold of the huge wooden post. As soon as we hold our hands, the water engulfed us. The water subsided. I was frantic and afraid. I began searching for Lance. I was afraid he'd drown. And, alas, I saw him under water, grabbed his hand and took him out of the water. He's fine. Crying, but, alright. I next searched for Allan and saw him on the other side of the beach.

According to Dream Moods, the building represents the self and the body. The ocean represents the state of emotions and feelings. It is indicative of spiritual refreshment, tranquility and renewal. If the ocean is rough, the dream represents emotional turmoil. You are doing your best to handle life's ups and downs. The whirlpool also signifies emotional turmoil. To dream that you are holding hands with someone represents love, affection and your connection with that person. It may also reflect anxieties about losing touch with him/her or that you are drifting apart.

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