I saw my friend and she told me she'd died. (Yes, past tense) I asked her what she meant, and she told me she had this incurable disease and she could die at any moment. I put my arms around her and I could see she'd began to deteriorate.We both started crying.
Hmmm.. This is a really interesting ?, really honest. I'm very analytical about dreams myself so I just always want to know what my dream meant, because my thoughts and feelings are important to me since I tend to keep them inside frequently.
The dream copuld mean that you feel sort of detached from your friend in some way (e.g. talking less, seeing each other less, an angry strain, etc.) Just make sure that you stay strong friends throughout the years, this illness won't happen. Just take time to see each other and talk :)
I agree with Dr. Bob, no one but you can interpret your dreams for the simple reason that you feel differently towards the world because of your own unique relationship with it. example could be that a dream book might tell you that to dream of a bull may mean that you are determined and strong but in fact it could be that someone you know was killed in a bull fight and the bull in you dreams would then have significantly different meaning. the only real way to interpret a dream is to read into it yourself , try to interpret how it made you feel.
p.s. when someone else interprets your dream they are in fact interpreting the dream as if they had had it themselves and what it means to them. Good luck and happy dreaming
No one can interpret your dreams or tell you what they mean. Only you can do this. Never mind those who say they can tell you what your dream "means." It only means something to YOU because you give it your personal meaning.
Don’t bother with dream books, dream dictionaries, internet sites that tell you to look for codes or symbols or hidden mysteries in dreams. Dreams do not contain such things. Dreams are straightforward, just like your waking thoughts.
There is always a purpose to a dream. Everything that human beings think, feel, or do has a purpose. It is part of what Dr. Alfred Adler called "the psychology of use."
Dreams don't come to you from outside yourself, nor do they arise from your "subconscious." Once you become aware of having a dream, it’s conscious. You make your dreams up. You create them, just as you create your thoughts.
The purpose of your dreams while you are asleep is the same as the purpose of your thoughts while you are awake. That is, to solve your problems.
Figure out the purpose of a dream and the problem it is trying to solve, and you have its meaning. Dreams are thoughts while you sleep, attempting to solve your problems.
Miss blue dog is correct.. you fear losing the people you love, and your love extends into your sleep. but don't worry. It wasn't a true dream, just a semi nightmare. Believe in your love and your dreams of death will disappear.
I guess both of you have been unfair to each other. Both of you will need to desist from whatever it is.
Dreams are dreams..dont think much about it..If anything has to happen it will happen whether you dream or not. why strain your brain thinking about it. leave it to god! it is all his work
It was a nighmare - no meaning.
it represents your fear of loss--losing those that you care for.