What Are Your Dreams Telling You?
Dreams can be very odd, and it can be difficult to distinguish between the prophetic and the strange. Simply put, dreams are the human brain’s way of working through information accumulated during the waking hours. As a result, much of what shows up in dreams is a reflection of experiences and images from the waking world.
Stress dreams about clients or kids, interpersonal tension, or lost items are common and often don’t hold major spiritual significance. However, dreams are a space where messages, spirits, and energies can enter your mind and come to the forefront of your consciousness. This is part of why so many people keep dream journals or seek help from expert Dream Analysis Psychics. It’s also why identifying the key symbols and elements of a dream is so important.
As such, it’s wise to pay attention to some of the more common themes in your dreams. There are a few things in life that usually manifest consistently in the dream world. So, this week, let’s look at some common dream symbols and messages that many people encounter at some point in life.
Saturday, August 6
“Airports, trains, and highways are all places of transit. This is where we go when we’re moving from one place to another, changing our physical position in the world.”
If you’ve been having dreams about travel and transit, particularly if you are moving through the in-between places, it could be a sign that you’re dealing with a transitional period in your waking life. It could also indicate that you are dissatisfied and unhappy with your current surroundings. The brain could be using this as a metaphor for the process of moving on or attempting to find your new place in the world.
Sunday, August 7
“Being back in school or in a childhood home is a common theme in many dreams. These locations usually pop up because we generally have strong memories and unresolved emotions linked to these places.”
Children have big emotions; they feel things fully in a way that adults rarely do. So, it makes sense that the human mind wanders back to this place that makes it easier to feel deeply when things get rough. It’s about getting yourself in the right emotional landscape and headspace to process your feelings.
Monday, August 8
“Dreams of disasters can seem terrifying and prophetic, but more often than not, they’re how the brain makes sense of emotions that feel too big to be without consequence.”
Sometimes a breakup can seem like the end of the world, and when that happens, sometimes that’s exactly how your brain processes that feeling. If you’re dealing with grief, loss, or heartbreak, you may find yourself dreaming of monumental, out-of-control disasters. Try to find a way to regain a sense of control in your daily waking life, then see if that helps a bit. You may find that it does.
Tuesday, August 9
“Work dreams often reflect our fears and the pressures that weigh on us professionally.”
One of the most common dreams is experiencing a failure at work. Realizing you didn’t do any of the work for a project, finding yourself unable to speak to or understand anyone, or suddenly being totally naked in front of your boss — such dreams can be the result of an internalized pressure to succeed. Try to cut yourself some slack, and look elsewhere for the praise you’re seeking.
Wednesday, August 10
“Flying dreams are rare for most people, but they’re also something that most of us will experience at least once in our lifetimes.”
Flying dreams are generally considered enjoyable and fun. How is it that people inherently know the sensation of flying? These dreams can make you feel like you’re personally connected to something larger than yourself, and they show you how your spirit remembers things that your body has forgotten.
Thursday, August 11
“Dreams about running or being chased can indicate that you feel like you’re running out of time.”
If you’re on a countdown of any kind, whether you’re waiting for the start of school, the end of a relationship, or your child’s departure for college, you may find yourself being chased in your dreams. A sense of urgency can sometimes get a bit twisted in the psyche. When that happens, it often manifests as a desperate need to reach safety, peace, and security, which is why you may have dreams in which you’re fleeing somewhere.
Friday, August 12
“Sometimes we see the same animals in our dreams over and over. This can be a prophetic message from Spirit, and it’s good to pay attention to any unfamiliar creatures who find you in your dreams.”
If you often see animals in your dreams, it’s possible that you’re receiving spiritual guidance and protection. This is especially true if there are certain animals that only show up in your dreams and that you don’t see in the real world. Keep an eye on the animals that find you during your dreams, and try to figure out what they’re leading you toward.
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