I had this dream last night.
I start in a house, not my house_ it seems like it is an old friends house(whom i am not in good terms with at the moment) I give her a hug and ask her to forgive me and she does and she is caring and understanding eventhough it was my fault we were mad.
I then go outside to the garage, but it is a warehouse. It is filthy, full of dust and there are dead animals on the floor, small mice corpses, there is a small fox(or it looks like one) and a dead lizzard. this dead Lizzard is what caught my attention the most (I remember it clearly). I start to sweap the dirt and the animals away, trying to clean the mess, but I dont finish, I am intrigued by what is happening outside and go to take a look.
I come out of this warehouse in to what looks like an animal park. Behind a fence there are 3 birds, big birds, there is a falcon, a black bird, and an owl. They are separated by fences from one another...these birds do not have wings. They are climbling the fences with their beeks and feet trying to get out and they struggle a lot, but one by one they clim up the fence and down the other side into freedom...
They seem happy and achieved, but they can't fly...as they stand there I fear for their life, because they have no wings and this is my exact thhought: "but you have no wings, what are you going to do now?... you were safer in the cage"
...then I woke up
Regarding dreams, Dr. Allan Hobson of Harvard Medical School said: “They are ambiguous stimuli which can be interpreted in any way a therapist is predisposed to. But their meaning is in the eye of the beholder—not in the dream itself.”
In others words, everything that appears in your dreams are stimuli that you have experienced in real life. Everyday we see hundreds of people and things, but we don't pay attention to all of them because they do not have any significant meaning to us. However, that doesn't mean our brains aren't recording them and storing them in our subconscious.
The quote above from Dr. Hobson was also saying that emphasis should not be placed on interpreting dreams because even psychologists interpret them differently. For example, one person can say that your dreams mean you are wanting to be in a committed relationship, another person can say that you are unsatisfied with your life, and a third person can say that you have a fear of intimacy. THESE ARE JUST EXAMPLES I MADE UP FROM THE TOP OF MY HEAD to show how different professionals can interpret dreams differently. Don't let someone else make sense of something you are dreaming about. Only you and God really know how you are, so it's best to deal with yourself and make decisions based on knowledge of yourself while you are conscious, not based on some movie you are forced to sit through every night. (Matthew 10:30) I remember having a dream that I was pregnant and giving birth. I don't place a lot of emphasis on my dreams, but if I would have told someone they would have probably said that the reason for the dream is that I want to have children. Such a person would not know how wrong they are. I don't even like dealing with other people's kids, and I loath the thought of having my own (I believe it's called being a childfree person). But if I would have listened to such advice and went out and got pregnant, I would be so absolutely miserable since that is not what I want for myself ever.
Research has been done to show that dreams (even the recurring ones) keep our brains healthy in some way, perhaps by categorizing and storing stimuli that we have taken in. You don't have much control over what appears in your dreams or how it appears. However, if you don't want to have nightmares, then you shouldn't watch horror movies or play scary or violent video games or anything like that since that stimuli can appear in your dreams. Even scary sounds can appear in your dreams. Other than that, just enjoy the show!
Personally, ever since I started filling my mind with positive stimuli by reading a chapter of the Bible each night right before going to sleep and meditating on what it says, my dreams have been much more pleasant.
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I had a very bad dream. I saw that I was standing on the roof of my house. There were tiny little birdies who were eating grains on the roof. Then 2-3 wild pigeons came. They seemed so innocent with there blue eyes. All of a sudden, the tiny birds started dying. There heads were scattered everywhere. I could not understand who's killing them.
Then I discovered that one of the pigeons was eating the tiny birds.
I picked up a big rod with iron nails to hit that pigeon and save the birds. As soon as I was about to hit, the dream broke.
Thanks for taking the time to read this.
I kept trembling throughout the night after having this dream.
Can anyone explain its meaning to me?
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