I was in my house in my dad’s bedroom (he lives with me and my family). I was looking in a mirror. I was actually pulling my bottom teeth out. (Go figure!) Suddenly Obama walks in and looks around the room … sits on the bed and talks to me … I did not hear what he was talking about, but at that moment i noticed gold caps on my pulled out teeth and was very curious about that. I do not have gold in my mouth. He was talking to my dad about something which still there was no sound for me to understand what he was saying. Then I walked out of the room to my bedroom and started worrying about my facial features without teeth. Then Obama walked into My bedroom and looked around then sat down again on my bed. I still did not hear what he was saying but began wondering about what his wife would say if she knew he was in my house…I woke up then.
From a 44-year old Connecticut woman, a caregiver for her disabled husband, on April 30, 2011.
She felt “curious” about the dream when she woke up, but it didn’t change her views about Obama (she is not registered to vote and said “other” when asked to describe her political ideology). Perhaps the dream reflects her waking attitude towards Obama–she doesn’t hear anything she says. He does enter her personal space, though, a possible boundary-violation which gets her attention.
Her focus is on her teeth and facial appearance, compared to which a personal visit from the President is far less meaningful and important. I don’t know any details about this woman’s life beyond this, but if she’s caring for a disabled husband plus an elderly father, she must lead a life full of service to others. The dream might then reflect the challenge of balancing care of self vs. care of others.
The gold is an intriguing detail, something that is not accurately representing waking reality. Something of inner value?
If it were my dream, I’d wonder what my dad and Obama were talking about. Does my dad have any opinions about Obama in waking life? Is there a connection in terms of male authority?