Dream InterpretationWritten by Andree
Everyone dreams, but many people do not remember their dreams. Dreams occur during REM (rapid eye movement) sleep, when we are in a deep,deep sleep.Dreams are a healing; a chance for our subconscious mind to help us heal our feelings about what has happened in past or to give us insights into our future and our relationships. We may not remember any dreams for many months, and suddenly one morning there is a vivid dream in our mine, just demanding our attention. Usually that dream is telling us symbolically about something that has occurred or is about to occur that our angels (spirit guides) want us to be alert to. Dreams are an experience in which we are both observer and often a participant, and most of our dreams are about ourselves.Usually friends and relatives in our dreams are symbolic of some aspect of ourselves. Our dreams are a wealth of wisdom, once we understand our own symbology.Symbolically,a person with red hair in your dream will probably have a different meaning to someone else. It depends on feelings of experience each person has had with a person with red hair. To learn to translate your dreams is simple. Put pen and paper beside your bed and as soon as you wake, write down what you can recall, even if it is just a snippet. In a few days you will notice that you are recalling more and more.Start a separate notebook for your own personal symbology, because your symbology will be unique to you. Always ask yourself what you were thinking before you went to sleep evening before, because that is often a clue to purpose of dream.
How to interpret the most common dreamsWritten by Ken Sheldrake
Kevin Sheldrake is dream expert at www.psychicSuperstore.com a free site with answers to all your psychic questions.
The most common dreams, according to surveys by www.psychicsuperstore.com are dreams of falling, being naked, and of your teeth falling out. Close runners up include dreams of flying, and of exams.
Strangely, these dream themes are fairly consistent across all cultures, and may well reflect a deeper facet of human condition than we would ordinarily suppose. Lets look a little closer at interpretation of these dreams, starting with common dream of falling.
The basic interpretation draws your attention to possibility that you may have insecurities or general anxieties. Often, this dream is your subconscious telling you that it is not happy with level of control you appear to exercise in your life, especially work or relationships - wise. The feeling of falling reminds you that once a fall begins, ultimate destination is ground (although contrary to popular legend, you will NOT die if you hit ground while asleep!).
Often reflecting an internal feeling of failure, either at work, school or in love, falling dreams according to Freud indicate your desire to give in to a sexual urge of some kind.