I was in front of a something as a hole on the ground that had a concrete border , kind of a street sewer but narrower, with the diameter of a bucket and with the typical metal cover.

I had placed my clothes in there, it was a washing machine

But then while I started to wait I noticed someone else was taking out clean clothes from it. It was my family who had put their clothes after mine and they were taking them out already clean.

Then I saw down the hole again and it seemed empty; all I could see was a deep pipe that ended in a dark point with nothing more in there than that. I realized at that moment that the hole was a little further over the edge of a very exposed cliff, almost on the air and it was the top part of a long tube, as the top of a chimney, that went downwards. It was in the countryside not in a town.

And so, I was left with no clean clothes.

Hey this time I find no interpretation.

If clothes are the external, the image as we are perceived by others, I don’t get why they would clean theirs in detriment of mine. And I find nothing in reality that would be related to this.

A little help of a dreams dictionary may be of good use…


To dream of your clothes, is symbolic of your public self and how you are perceived. It is indicative of the act you put on in front of others. Clothes is also an indication of your condition and status in life.

To dream that your clothes are soiled and you are trying to clean them, signifies your attempts to change something about your character. You may need to change your old habits and old ways of thinking.

To dream that you are wearing brand new clothes, signifies new attitudes and a new persona. You are finding a different way of expressing yourself. If the price tags are still attached to the clothes, then it suggests that you are trying too hard to adapt to this new attitude. Perhaps it is not who you really are and you are not quite fitting in.

To dream that you are constantly changing your clothes, represents the need for change and your need to fit into a new situation or role. You need to establish a new self-image.

To dream that your clothes fit too tightly, denotes that you feel restricted in some way. You may feel constrained in a relationship or held back at work.

To dream that your clothing is torn or ripped, indicates that there is some flaws in your thinking or thought process. Your logic is not making sense. You need to alter your reasoning and make a stronger argument.

To dream that you are shopping for or buying clothes, represents your anxieties about trying to fit in or being “well-suited” for your changing role.

To dream that all your clothes in the closet are white, suggests that you need to lighten up. You may have recently been feeling a little on the depressed side. Perhaps you were going through some crisis. It is time to move on. You need to change your attitude and get a grip of your inner emotions.


2 thoughts on “Traum

  1. Mmmm raro sueño, yo tengo la particularidad de nunca recordar mis sueños, y me gusta, caigo en negro despierto en negro, no recuerdo no se y no quiero saber; alguna vez me dijeron que debo soñar cosas tan fuertes para liberarme que al final ni siquiera el subconciente permite que lo recuerde, asì que no tengo esos problemas.

    Celebro tu retorno luego de varias lunas.

    Nos leemos.

  2. Sí es un sueño raro. Hace tanto que no vivo con mi familia, incluso en Perú. Claro, eso no necesariamente quiere decir que ellos no “estan” en mi cabeza o influyendo quiza en mí… supongo que ya tendré otro sueño que lo aclare.

    Y he leído eso en algún lado, Freud quizá, que es más difícil recordar el contenido de los sueños en tanto estos son mas ‘perturbadores’ para el yo consciente. A mi sí me gusta recordar mis sueños, no me gusta la idea de tener que liberarme de mí mismo, mi circunstancia o mis experiencias sólo oníricamente, un poco en el sentido de aceptarme y ver las cosas como son.

    Siempre es un poco alucinante hablar de sueños no?


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