I went to visit a hospital for a checkup, but they put me in a gown and gave me a bed. The bed was in this huge open room with tons of other beds and no walls.I didn’t know why I was there, or what was wrong with me, other than that they were going to operate. There were going to open up my stomach and cut me.
I was so upset, I didn’t want to have this operation. No one would tell me what was going on, no one would talk to me. I felt fine! I thought that if there was something wrong with me, surgery should be the last, rather than the first, effort to solve the problem.
I was crying and pleading with people as they passed, asking what was happening, demanding to see a doctor, but no one would pay any attention to me.
Finally a nurse stopped, and explained that I had little growths, like plantar’s warts, on my intestine, and that they were going to remove those parts of my intestine.
“But, That sounds very risky! what if they grow back? Or my intestine doesn’t heal properly!”
“That’s ridiculous! This procedure has a 100% success rate”
I didn’t believe her. I begged to see a doctor, and she left, exasperated that I was so silly about this perfectly safe procedure.
I just lay down on the bed and cried.
Then I woke up. Freaky. Dreams can be so interesting.
Fortunately, I have a marvelous book.
10,000 Dreams Interpreted
I will admit, this dream is kind of baffling, but I have found Dream dictionaries (which is what this book really is) to be quite useful for understanding what my subconscious is trying to tell me.
This book is a good resource.