Dream 242: That Medal Isn’t Worth Much
A 59-year-old man dreamt that he was in an auditorium at an awards ceremony. The setting was a combination of his high school and work place auditorium. He dreamt that he received a large Nazi medal in recognition of his years of work. After receiving the metal, as he made his way back to his auditorium seat, the medal shrank in size and eventually became a very small tin
badge that looked like it came out of a cracker jack box.
The setting of the dream often indicates what area of the person’s life the dream is going to discuss. High schools are often used by the dream to mean that it is a learning situation for your “higher self.” He was forced to retire from a high level executive job because of a disability. He often had nightmares about having to quit work. The dream was saying that the recognition that he received from his workplace (the medal) was dubious and was no longer of value to him so that he should take his seat with the general population (in the auditorium).
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