Dream Interpretation: What Does Your Dream Mean?

 

Have you ever dreamed something you didn’t understand?† Do you ever wake up in the middle of the night because you had crazy, dangerous or frightening dreams? Have you ever met one of your dead family members in your dreams?

People see their pasts in their dreams. You can even, according to some dream interpreters, find solutions in your dreams.

Everyone dreams every night, but you might not remember it in the morning. You might believe that you don’t dream or perhaps you don’t remember your dreams at all, but you still dream. If you are sleeping and your brain can relax, thoughts are coming into your head and your soul and you subconscious begins to live in your brain and show you the best solutions for your life.

If are thinking about your biggest problem and you think no one can help you, you need to turn to yourself: you are the one who knows you the best. You can find a solution for yourself.

But how can you do this? You can go to a dream interpreter, who can give you advice, guidance or clarity for your life. At Oranum, for instance, you can speak to a specialist who can make dream interpretations for you.

According to these interpreters, memories get stored in the subconscious mind. This subconscious mind comes out in the mind of the dreaming person when he or she is sleeping. The subconscious mind forms different shapes in the dream that have resemblances to day to day objects but donít represent them in reality. These objects may be representations of the past memories of the dreamer.

Dreams only contain things in the person’s memories; a person cannot create something that he/she hasn’t seen in his/her life through his/her own eyes.

63 comments

Teresa Wlosowicz
Teresa W3 years ago

I don't care. Dreams are stupid.

Mary S.
Mary S3 years ago

I like dreaming. It's a fun, sometimes scary place. Mine are normally surreal, outlandish, cartoonish. Like an interactive personal Dali painting with people I know. They are like a special treat to enjoy myself or to shock me into facing reality and realizing things.

Terry Vanderbush
Terry V4 years ago

thank you

Sheri P.
Sheri P5 years ago

My mother (who has passed) shows up in my dreams occasionally. Also, I often have scary recurring dreams that I don't care to think about at the moment!

C L.
CL L5 years ago

Dreams sometimes are fabulous enjoy them!

Andreas Haase
Andreas Haase5 years ago

interesting

Patsy W.
Patsy Webb5 years ago

This kinda confused me honestly???

Abbe A.
Azaima A5 years ago

so many different levels of meaning

Faith Purdy
Faith Purdy5 years ago

interesting artilce, thanks

Devayani Patil
Devayani Patil5 years ago

thanks