Monday, November 29, 2010


Dear Peregrin,

I am in the basement of my house back home, and I find we have somehow captured a coyote in our basement. However, now that I think about it, the coyote really looks more like a fox, or a small dog. But, in my dream it's certainly a coyote to me. Normally, we have looked on the coyotes around my house with frustration, because they used to kill our cats. Anyway, I notice that the coyote is hurt and I want to help it, however, it won't let. Whenever, I reach for it, it bites and scratches my hands and arms, and it really hurts. The dream continues with me feeling frustrated that I can't help the animal. It really hurts me that the coyote is suffering.


Good morning, CocaCola.

I think that the coyote represents a person in your life who seems to be suffering. The lesson in the dream seems to be that you cannot help everyone, because some will not accept it. As with the coyote, so with the person that it represents. It could even represent you, yourself, with a hurt that you have been hiding in the cellar of your mind. The best thing to do is let the coyote, and whatever it represents, go.

Pleasant dreams,


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