Example: What does dreams mean?
What does nightmares mean? Or any other dream mean? Does it involve in your future?
Almost everyone has experienced one or more dreams that contain anxiety or outright fear. For some, unpleasant dreams or nightmares recur repeatedly; for others, the content may change while the theme remains the same, such as scenes of falling, or of being pursued or attacked, late or unprepared for a presentation or an exam, stuck in slow motion, unable to move or scream, or naked in public, to name a few common themes. This type of experience, when unpleasant, is usually associated with lack of progress by the dreamer to recognize and solve related conflicts in life.
Though it has been scientifically proven that we all dream every night, fear of nightmares or other anxieties or misguided beliefs about dreams and the unconscious can block dream recall. This can usually be overcome by learning about the useful nature of dreams and by recognizing that the majority of nightmares, like a bitter but quite necessary medicine, represent opportunities for personal healing through much-needed emotional release. They are often indirectly warning us about current behavior patterns or psychological imbalances that we need to remedy if we don’t want such unpleasant dreams to repeat, or worsen. Sometimes, such imbalances or patterns resolve themselves as the dream percolates into waking thought and we unknowingly respond and make adjustments in our life. But if we block, deny or ignore such messages from the subconscious for too long, then it usually speaks ‘louder’ to get our attention often by bringing related events, which I call daymares, into our waking hours. These daymares show up as sickness, accidents, relationship difficulties or other unfortunate personal circumstances that force us outright to deal with the issue at hand. Interestingly enough, such events often have repeating themes as well, such as recurring relationship patterns, for example.
Psychologist Ernest Rossi has put forth that one important function of dreaming is integration: the combining of separate psychological structures into a more balanced and comprehensive personality. Renown psychologist Carl Jung observed that portions of our whole personality which we knowingly or unknowingly judge become disowned, and are frequently projected outward in dreams, taking the form of aggressors, devils, monsters, intimidating animals or natural events (e.g. tidal waves), and so on. Jung referred to these symbolic figures as "the shadow". Whether we become aware of such elements of our shadow through nightmares or daymares, re-accepting these judged and disowned portions of ourselves is the message and the awaiting gift.
So, we truly are lucky to have such nightmares, since they provide a natural ‘pressure-release’ therapy for the psyche, and especially since they may even provide what amounts to an early cure if we listen to, make an effort to understand and then act upon the valuable insight that dreams try to bring us. The goal is still to put an end to nightmares and recurring dreams, but by evolving them into more beneficial scenarios, and not by blocking, ignoring or denying them.
So, first of all, I'm in a large auditorium filled with many people sitting on chairs. There is a football game starting outside of the auditorium and all the people rush out to watch it as the doors open. Once outside there are guys sitting near a large white table. I pass by them and they ask me to come talk to them. They begin introducing themselves to me. As I go down the line shaking hands with them I notice that they look a bit menacing towards me. Also somehow as I go down the line they begin to morph into "monkey/ apes" and their hands turn webbed. They then give me a piece of spiky melted gold. Then my self "in the future" comes out in the dream and I stop myself from getting the gold, because those people were trying to harm me. Whew. That was a lot. well I'd appreciate it very much if u gave me ur thought regarding this.
Example: What does my dream mean?
My dream starts out with me switching between watching a little girl and becoming the little girl. She's young and blonde, and the house she's in isn't my house. I somehow know I'm in the '60s, because my/her parents (not my own) are dressed that way and certain elements of the house give it away.
It's nighttime, and I/she is wearing a nightie and is in bed when the dad comes to tuck me/her in. The dad gives her/me some money to start up my/her dream thing to do, and I/she get really excited and goes to show my/her mom. (The mom looks like Betty from Mad Men but the dad does not look like Don. The house is also not the one from the show.) I/she want to start up a toy shop, and I/she already have a little cylindrical wire rack with sample toys that I/she somehow bought with some of the money. They are vague wooden things in primary colors. The mom gets upset when I/she tell her, and I don't know if it's because she thinks it's a bad idea or something else.
Then the dream changes, and I am either me or have settled into being the little girl, who must be older now since I feel like myself. The scene is completely different, and I am standing inside a pawnshop, and I'm trying to get a gift for my mother in real life. The room is jumbled with things, but nothing looks like junk. It all looks valuable. I see a white teapot with some floral design on a shelf across the room, and a large peridot and gold teardrop-shaped necklace on the shelf behind the counter. I decide I want them both, and then take off my own peridot teardrop earrings to trade for them. The man behind the counter is short and scruffy. He gives me the necklace and gets the teapot, and then I realize that the earrings were a perfect match for the necklace. I ask him what to trade for the earrings again, and he says he'd take back the teapot. Then I saw on the same shelf behind him a beautiful peridot teapot with ribbed sides, transparent with gold trim. It's perfect, and I ask what to trade for it. He tells me something but I don't give him anything and suddenly I just have the teapot. On my way out, I notice in particular a painting on the far wall (the walls are dark red). It's of a forest scene in the daylight, but it's like a blurry photograph. I can't tell exactly what it's supposed to be, only that it's a forest scene and there's something in it but it's blurry.
The scene changes again, and I'm in a forest in daylight like the painting (though I don't know if that was a direct link or not) and I don't remember if I was being chased and she caught up to me, or if she threw me down from a horse or what. All I remember was ending up on the ground of the forest, in danger, after being chased/captured by an Asian girl dresses like a samurai. In my dream she looks like Brenda Song, an Asian actress (maybe she is actually Song, the mom from the first scene only looked like Betty but I knew she wasn't, here the Asian girl may actually be Song).
Anyway, my gifts from the pawnshop spill out on the ground and I'm laying on my side watching them roll every which way, and feeling concerned because they are for my mom. The samurai gets down from her horse and has some kind of grudge against me, and take out a knife and shallowly stabs me in the stomach. I feel sharp pains as she slices the knife on both sides of my neck under the jaw, and then twice more from both near my eyes to the cartilage of my ears. I can't remember if she sliced my wrists or not. I remember feeling like I deserved it. I don't feel any pain, but I can feel blood just clogging up in my throat and being uncomfortable, knowing I'm dying and not being able to move.
The samurai gets on her horse and gallops away into the forest, as I roll over onto my side and see the gifts where they rolled into the grass, the peridot teapot in particular. I think about my mom, and then I die, I suppose, and wake up. I didn't wake suddenly like I do during nightmares, but softly like I normally do.
Important things-- I have a very close relationship with my mother in real life, peridot is her birthstone, and I didn't really feel afraid or angry when I died, only that it was happening. The forest was very bright and light green, and was a continental forest, not tropical or anything. I'm also not stressed or have undergone important changes. I normally don't dream and this was out of the blue. It wasn't very vivid but I remember a lot of it.
Example: What does this dream mean?
I had a dream that I was in my bed room only it was empty. Terrence was downstairs on my porch getting ready to murder me. Even though I knew God promised to protect me, I didn’t think he would because I deserved to die. I prayed a vain prayer for my safety and salvation even though I was believed my prayer was worthless. My room was painted a bright green color, like a mixture of yellow and green put together and was the color of my old room back in the days when I used to live in another city during high school.
Then by accident I slapped the paint on the left side of the wall (I was sleeping on the left side of the room) and it began to crack. Soon, I realized that this green paint cracked extremely easily and when you tried to pull it off it came off in great strips like paper. So I started cracking all of the green paint and pulling everything of.
All of a sudden I discovered that there was furniture, paintings, lamps and all kinds of room accessories under the green paint and my room went from being empty to having every wall filled with beautiful and valuable things. By this time the police had arrived at the bottom of my door and Terrence had disappeared willingly due to a loss of interest in murdering me.
Example: What does this dream mean?
It was a dream my mom had of last night, and she asked me to find out what it meant. She had written it down too here what it says:
DREAM: From the start of the dream it was with an old asian man who was showing me and my family some very beautiful desgin houses, and there was a very very successful project deal made with land, I do not know what it was but he was telling us how successful it was.
Next part of the dream was I was surrounded by asian people, and they were bringing things to me, the first was of 3 or 4 big books, but was interrupted by a very very old asian lady(Mom described her wearing black silk pants and top(?) ), who come between me and the asian man with the books, so he never got to give to me or discuss, next who entered the room was an asian lady with 2 knitted small quilts to give to me, the old asian lady interfered and start to clean the small quilts with baking soda water and a tooth brush, and returned to the asian lady that was giving to me. The third asian lady come in and gave to me what look like an egg, but it was not an egg, an asian lady younger open the egg, and it was like a flower, but not a flower, it was very beautiful with red, gold colors, with asian desgins, and the left hand side of it was a royal blue sign, I was told represented royalty, and it was very rare. The old lady interfered again, and she said could tell if it was valuable or not, she said it was nothing, but the young asian lady took it from the old lady, and gave back to me, and whispered in my ear, it was said to be worth 30 million or more, and to keep it.
the shawl was covered by a piece of plastic . it was in her hands.
the second dream is : i had some kind of precious money in my hands, golden or silver old money but so valuable. please tell me what does it mean?
the third dream is so speciall. i saw a holy religious book, so big. it was hang up in one of the branches of a tree. and i tried to catch it but it was so high, so i took a small stone and threw it just to drop it down. it droped and i took it in my hands . it was lighted, and flashes. then i put it in my home.
what does it mean please. and tell me about the shawl . in fact i love that girl who gave me a brown scarf or shawl.
Over the past 3 months, I have been having dreams about giving loved ones presents.
1. I dreamed I gave my husband lots of presents for his birthday, including a tree.
2. I dreamed I gave my best friend a book for her birthday (as it turned out, she gave me one for mine instead).
3. I dreamed I bought myself three small presents wrapped in silver paper and tied with blue ribbon. I thought they were in my bedside chest of drawers, but when I looked, they were gone.
4. I dreamed I gave my father-in-law my childhood teddy bear. My husband thought this was a terrible present, but when we took it to an expert, it turned out the teddy bear was actually valuable, as it had once belonged to a famous rock band and a French actress.
Generally the feeling in these dreams is one of anxiety, of worrying the gifts are not "good enough", but at the same time, very warm loving feelings toward the recipient.
The fact I keep having dreams on the same theme makes me think it's something important.
so i had a dream i went camping with my loved ones and as i was swimming i see something shiny, so i walked &nd i found a gold necklace placed under a rock, but i gave it away. When i asked my aunt she said told me not to let anyguys get in my pants bcas it has something to getting pregnant, is this true? Im khmer by the way
Example: What does my dream mean?
I've always been very interested in dream meanings - even though I know they probably don't mean anything, i'm still superstitious about this sort of stuff. Last night I had a dream and it was perfect normal, me and my family were all sat around the dinner table eating dinner. Then there was a knock at the door, and when I went to answer it - a letter came through the letterbox. When I opened the door, nobody was there, like they just disappeared and I was meant to realise this letter straight away (hence the knock). So when I opened the letter ( addressed to me, I never get mail!), It was an inheritance cheque for £162 exactly, which I thought was odd. Then the rest of my dream was just focused on this letter, staring at the figure. Then I woke up. What could it mean? Probably nothing, but some decent suggestions would be nice:-)
In the dream I had on 2 gold necklaces. In other dream I had on a gold locket with pictures inside. There was a girl about 10 or 11 years old who had on the same locket. In the drean she pointed out to me that we had on the same locket.