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10 Most Common Dreams and What They Mean Infographic…

Good infograpchic on common dreams and what they mean.

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  1. Thanks for reblogging Val 👍😃

  2. Dreams are something that always have meaning but oftentimes I don’t remember them. Great info graphic!

    • It’s easier to remember the dream if you write it down immediately.

      For a while, I kept a journal, pen, and flashlight by my bed and wrote down my dreams as soon as I woke from them. It’s difficult to force myself to do it, though, so I haven’t recorded any dreams for a long time. But I do have about five notebooks full of past dreams.

      What I find interesting when I go through them is how a series of dreams will have a common theme. At one time, I regularly had dreams with tsunamis or floods in them. Another time, it was airplanes falling out of the sky.

      It’s worth tracking them. I want to do it, but, like I said, it’s difficult to rouse myself enough to write the dream down.

  3. I used to get the teeth one all the time when I was in high school. Flying too and there were always power lines I was trying to avoid so I wouldn’t get electrocuted. My other reoccurring dream was trying to go somewhere and either my legs wouldn’t work or I’d have socks on and the ground was wet and I was trying not to get my socks wet. I have never seen anything about dreams like those, so I wonder what they mean.

    • Sometimes the accepted symobology is correct, sometimes the interpretation is more personal. If you’re struggling in your dream, it can mean that your struggling in your life–or at least feel as if you are.

      If you’re stuck in your dream, you unconscious is telling you you feel stuck in some area of your life. A good dream interpretation book can give you the symbology. There’s a process you can follow as well to interpret the dream using personal associations.

      Robert A. Johnson’s book Inner Work: Using Dreams & Active Imagination for Personal Growth has an excellent process in it for dream interpretation in it.

      If your legs don’t work, which in your scenario means you’re frozen in place, that’s telling you you feel rooted to the spot in some area of your life. At least that’s how I see it.

      Water usually represents emotion and the deep, feminine unconscious. You’d have to consider how that relates to you personally.

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