Looking for Meaning in Your Dreams?

Looking for Meaning in Your Dreams?

Your Dreams Are Profound!

Do you have a hard time remembering your dreams? Or, when you do dream, do you often wake up wondering what your dream meant? Everyone dreams, but some people have better dream recall than others. I can help you remember and understand your dreams. Let’s get started!

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Dream Journaling

One way to help improve your dream recall is to keep a dream journal. Buy a journal and keep it on your bedside table with a pen or pencil. Or if you’re more tech savvy, record your voice recalling your dream. After a night of dreaming, try to recall what you remember in your dream journal upon waking.Ā  The more you do this, the easier it will be to recall your dreams. Just give this process three weeks and you will start to remember more of what is in your dreams.

Record Every Detail

No matter how you choose to keep track of your dreams, make sure you record every detail you can recall. Even the most minor details have meaning. Be sure to consider your senses and think about the following questions: What did you see, hear, feel, taste and smell? Where were you? Were you near water, in a forest, in a house or in the desert? Who was there? Did you recognize anyone? How did their presence make you feel? Have you had this dream before?

A Deeper Meaning

Each detail leads to a deeper meaning. Sometimes dreams answer questions or offer solutions. Sometimes they help us deal with stressful situations. Some dreams even tell us what’s about to happen. So when you record your dreams, think about what’s going on in your life (at home or at work) and see if there is a connection. You may be surprised to know that there is usually a connection.

The Astrology Connection

Be sure to include the date of your dream. Often, there is an astrological or numerological connection. Astrology and numerology are fun ways to take your dream interpretation to the next level. As a numerologist, I can add that deeper level of analysis to your reading.

Dream Dictionaries

You may have seen a dream dictionary in the bookstore. A dream dictionary often includes common dream elements and explains them. If you lose teeth in a dream, the dictionary explains what that means. If you fly in your dream or if you are near a river or ocean in your dream, the dream dictionary can tell you what all those symbols mean. However, what’s true for one person may not be true for you.

I love dream analysis! It’s one of my most-favorite requests from my callers. It’s really rewarding for me when I make a connection between a caller’s dream and something they’ve been struggling with. Then I give them next steps, if appropriate. I also really love tying numerology into a dream analysis reading, because dates and numbers play an important role too! If you’re stumped by a dream, call me! Let’s figure it out together.

Psychic Denisha ext. 6038

16 thoughts on “Looking for Meaning in Your Dreams?

  1. Jeannie Lester

    I dream of flying, ever so gently, like a eagle. Taking my time, over hills and cliffs. I flew to a mountain too, therred was a very sdmaslk house. There ward only 2 doors, 1 in the front, 1 in the back. I flew ever so slowly thru the house, and as I went through it, I saw a woman standing in the living room. I continued out the back door, then down the side of the mountain. I got very lost and I couldn’t find my way home. I got really frightened and I awakened from the dream. Can you terll me what that means?! I dream of flying all the time.

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  2. Marian Smith

    When you dream the same dream over and over again, always dressed the same and standing in the same place (Indian dress, standing on a cliff over looking the river, wanting to be on the other side with the tribe (Indians) but all you can do is look and cry. If you keep dreaming the same thing for many nights. Does that mean your dreams are trying to tell you something?

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  3. rolito

    Do dream really become a reality? I wonder if it’s just by coincidence that they happen or your subconscious acting while you sleep.

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  4. Kimjane

    There is this saying that you always dream of the opposite? If i dream something bad, I always think that the opposite is going to happen instead.

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  5. Mary L

    We have many logging trucks going by and in my dream a logging truck drove by my house and stopped. When the driver got out it my husband who has been dead since June 2011. He looked wonderful and wore a long dark coat. Smiled at me. I stood there in my pj’s and curlers
    in my hair. I truly loved my husband and when he died on the operating table it was one unhappy day for me. At 4:05am on June 9th. We where married 20 yrs.
    My love for him continues. It was my second marriage. My first husband died Oct 9, 1987, of cancer. We where married 35 years. I know I will see both of them again.

    Recently, a man age 55, was killed and hit by a log. He drove a logging truck. He died at the scene. He leaves a wife a 3 children.

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  6. Denisha 6038

    Quinn Psychic,
    Thank you for your feedback on the article, it is greatly appreciated.

    There are a lot of people who recall the dream they feel they were having right at the time they were waking up. There are many different schools of thought on that subject. I tend to think that the ones we have close to waking up, are easier to recall, because they are like the lingering taste of a good coffee on the tongue.

    You said you dream like Dali painted, my dreams tend to be like a movie, sometimes complete with rolling credits at the end. So you talking about the 50’s TV flashback dreaming I totally understand.

    Brightest Blessings of Love to You,
    Denisha

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  7. Denisha 6038

    Margaret,
    I know what you mean about sometimes dreams come true and other times they don’t. Each dream is kind of like a code that I can help you figure out, so you understand why some of them come true for you. Why don’t you call me sometime and tell me about your dreams, and we can see what they are trying to tell you, personally.

    Brightest Blessings,
    Denisha

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  8. Denisha 6038

    Susan,
    I would love to hear about the Blessed Virgin Mary appears to you in your dreams. I find that dreams of this nature tend to have very personal meanings for the dreamer. I would be happy to help you decode what the Blessed Virgin Mary means to you.

    Brightest Blessings,
    Denisha

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  9. Denisha 6038

    Karen, you asked about losing teeth and what it means. It depends on what happens in the rest of your dream. I would love to talk with you about this, but I don’t feel a public forum is the right place. If you would give me a call, I would be happy to talk with you about your dreams about teeth.

    Brightest Blessings,
    Denisha

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  10. susan

    I dreamt of the Blessed Virgin Mary . and everytime i dream of our dead relatives i would have relatives or friends i know would die.

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  11. margaret ryan

    why when you have dream that they dont make some times you dream off some and nex thing you met coming round coner sone deame dont make sence some time psychi tele somting and tel somting come tru can you explane that margaret

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  12. Quinn ext.5484-Quinn Psychic ext 5484

    I dream like Dali painted….

    I heard at some point in my life that dreams occur close to waking –

    love the mystery of dreaming and have a very fond appreciation for sleeping šŸ™‚
    many of the people that have passed and pets often come to visit me. this can be fun or disruptive depending on the dream itself. dreaming in color is wonderful. yet there are those black and white dreams from the 50’s TV that come from time to time. flashback dreaming!

    great article Denisha –

    Buddha Bless,
    -quinn

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