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It’s Like Losing Something Personal
What does losing a tooth in a dream mean?
The main commonality I have found in dreams of losing a tooth is that the dreamer lost something recently of personal value. It can be a possession, relationship, job, reputation, or even a personal quality such as “losing your bite” with people. It is usually a personal loss that you do not like, but is something you can deal with similar to how you feel when you lose a tooth.
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A 22-year-old woman dreamt that she was at the Grand Canyon. Her grandparents were also there. Her brother, who was only a year older, fell to the bottom of the Grand Canyon and died. She was emotionally close to her brother.
Dream 209 Interpretation
Her brother represented an action part of her psyche because men usually go with the dreamer’s actions. The dream was pointing out what her major “downfall” was. She confirmed my assumption that it was her paternal grandparents at the Grand Canyon. I would have been surprised if she said it was her maternal grandparents since women are usually identified with emotional parts of the mind.
She was having problems with the action part of herself as she was having difficulty teaching high school. It was her paternal grandparents because things associated with father typically involve the dreamer’s actions. A father’s role with children traditionally includes encouraging their actions in the world.
It follows that the conflict and trouble she was describing at work would most likely be affected by her father’s introjects. Her father introjects were best represented by the paternal grandfather and paternal grandmother. As such, her troubles with teaching would probably best be helped by working with her father introject.
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