THE MEANING OF NIGHTMARES – 12 MOST COMMON NIGHTMARES EXPLAINED

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THE MEANING OF – 12 MOST

From my own funeral to my mother’s hustle and screaming hard while nothing really gets out of my throat – you can not imagine it’s crazy or dreaming. But what does that exactly mean about me as a person? Well most of my nightmares are not unique! Most nightmares often occur. People around the world wake up bathing in the sweat, after a nightmare, endlessly falling into a deep hole or losing all their teeth.

The meaning of nightmares

1. Dreams about your teeth that fall out

Dreams about teeth are connected to real life communication problems. There are many different versions of the so-called ‘dental cream’, but the one with all your teeth is most common. Everything that has to be done in a dream can be linked to communication. When your teeth fall out, that’s a good sign that you recently said something that never came out of your mouth. Notice how in this kind of dream you try to keep your teeth together and push them back? That’s because your subconscious feels bad about something you’ve said loosely, something you probably did not think before you said it, and you wanted you to take back the words. If this kind of dream often comes back to you, it’s likely that you are quite impulsive or have loose lips. Try to work on this behavior and the dreams will disappear or even stop completely.

2. Dreams about the funeral of someone you like to see

For the dreaming spirit, death has everything to do with change and ends. When dreaming about death, ask yourself what’s changed or ended in your life or within you (dreams all spin around your “me” and what you “directly” influence). The person who died in your dreams probably represents a part of yourself, a certain quality that you have in common.

If nothing comes up in your mind, focus on the person in your dreams, and ask yourself if that person is changing in one way or another. Is the relationship you have with this person changing? The funeral is basically a good sign that you are dealing with what is no longer important to let you go, let you rest, so that you can continue with your life.

3. Dreams about some kind of academic disaster (fail for a test, miss a lesson, etc.)

This dream continues, even 10, 20, or 50 years after graduating! He often links with your job or career. The stress you experience in the dream corresponds to a similar stress that you have to undergo at work. School is basically your first job, it’s the place where you learn what a job is: in time, prepare everything thoroughly (do your homework at home), be tested, evaluated and judged, work hard, climb up the ladder – and of course there is also a social aspect attached.

There are a lot of variations on the “back to school” dream that can be associated with certain work-related issues. Being unable to find your classroom suggests that you do not know where you are currently in your career or do not know what makes you happy.Attending a lesson can mean that you suddenly need to have a certain skill and you do not feel like you have what is needed at the moment. For example, you could dream about a situation where you should learn to work with a new software program or your boss asks you to do something that you are not sure you can do effectively.

Failure for a test is also quite common, so ask yourself if something, or someone, is your “patience” patience. If this is not the case, ask yourself what you have not dealt with recently.Did you not qualify for the promotion you would like to have long? Did you mess up a presentation during the general meeting or did not perform well during an interview? Your dreams will take you back to school to remind you that you have what it takes to get busy at work. So stay on yourself and work your skills to improve them.

4. Dreaming about dating with a guy who eventually turns out to be your father

Remember, dreams are always symbolic. Six in a dream is not about the act itself, but rather about connection and association. It’s not about the physical association, but rather of a psychological unit that you desire … not about a physical connection, but an emotional or mental link.

That being said: Dating with your father refers to a recent emotional connection that you have with him or a certain quality that he possesses that corresponds to your own behavior.Generally, the fathers in our dreams are able to bring money, which is a typical role of a man in the household. So if you had this dream, wonder if you have recently assumed a financial mindset … or that you start doing that better. Chances are that the answer sounds full “Yes”!

5. Dreams about being lost

Dreams often use geographic places and terminology to respond to “where we stand” in our lives and “where we are” with our hearts and minds. Being lost in a dream is an indication of indecision in the watchful life. How often have you thought of the following words or mumbled: “I’m totally lost, I do not know what to do”? Your dream reflects your indecision as being lost to encourage you so that you find the right direction, make a decision so that you can go on and not get stuck.

6. Dreams about falling

Dreams with which you fall are the dreams most commonly mentioned. Ever since the beginning of time. There are even cave drawings that reflect these so-called “falling dreams”.When you fall into a dream, be it in a car of a bridge or straight of a skyscraper: it means that something in real life helps you down (mood) down.
It turns out that this is often a dream that someone experiences when you were recently abandoned or had to suffer a significant disappointment. The fall reflects the fact that you have ever had high expectations, and they soon come down.

Falling dreams is a common dream in people suffering from depression and may act as a warning that you will soon “fall” in a depression.
If this is your dream then look for a way to counter these negative thoughts. Go outside, watch a funny movie, talk to friends you’re laughing at.

7. Doing dreams about something that is extremely important in your daily routine

This kind of dream often appears to occur with those who have taken too much hay on their fork. We form a kind of mental notebook all day long, in which we list everything we need to do, and it’s exactly those notes that our unconscious dreaming spirit speaks to us to come to a point. It tells us that we take so much into our daily routine that we begin to deny the things that matter most to us. If this is your dream, you need to relieve your daily schedule.

8. Dreaming about trying to shout without any noise coming out of your mouth

This dream comes true when you feel that no one hears you in real life. You can simply say that you’re screaming inside, wanting something clear, but when it comes to real life, you either do not dare to talk about it or explain it clearly enough … or that the people around you are so self-centered that they do not have enough attention for your problems.

9. Dreams about your own death

Nightmares about your own death can cause unbelievable stress. But remember: in a dream, death refers to change, end and release. When you experience this dream, ask yourself what changes you are currently experiencing? How does your life, as you know it, come to an end?Have there been major changes in your life? Have you moved or changed job?

10. Dreams about trying to move and discover that you are paralyzed

Although the “I Can not Shout” dream revolves around dare to talk about your problems, this dream is about taking too little action. Our hands enable us to act when certain circumstances arise. And with our legs we can come up for ourselves, but also make progress and continue, and so on.

Being paralyzed in a dream means that you are stuck in real life. Ask yourself how to deal with yourself, how you do not take enough action or make progress to get out of this still situation? Which body part / skill must be activated to make progress?

11. Dreams are diagnosed with a terminal disease

This dream has already led a lot of people to their GP, and that’s all right. It is better to play safely. But often that cancer, or other illness you dream about, is about a certain situation or relationship in your life that has become very “unhealthy”. Your subconscious mind presents this bad situation with a disease so you better understand how bad the circumstances have become and you can try to “cure” or remove them from your life.

We tend to attach more importance to physical wounds and problems than to emotional and psychological wounds. Our dreams reflect our emotional wounds and malnuts as something physical, so we will treat this problem with as much speed.

12. Dreams about being chased by something or someone

This dream is probably the second most reported dream, just after the “falling dream”. Being chased in a dream means that you are avoiding something or someone in real life. If you are someone who avoids confrontations or avoids making you uncomfortable, this dream will probably return during your sleep.

This nightmare shows you run away from your problems, instead of confronting them and dealing with them. When you work on this avoiding behavior, the dreams will slow down and eventually stop completely.

Conclusion explanation of nightmares

We all always dream strange. But what we must remember is: Nightmares are SYMBOLIC.Stop taking literally literally. There is a chance that you miss the real, underlying message.

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