What does it mean if you have this dream that comes and goes every few years. It more like a nightmare actually, it the same thing/dream and I always feel awful while in the dream and I feel like I’m suffocating.
Part of the dream I feel like I’m trapped in a bed foam that was rolled and like I’m so small and I’m getting eaten like a sandwich. There is like a giant or person who is playing with me but I dont really see him.
It very confusing dream and a lot of the parts are like illusions lots of black and white squares and loopy looney stuff.
I’m just really curious to what this means…thanks
thanks guys im just really curious because I hate this dream i feel like im being tortured when I experience this its really awful to me
Answer by SLexie
When a dream comes and goes there is a strong message that it is trying to convey to you.
Try looking it up in a dream dictionary.
Here is a good one. Dreammoods.com
Good luck and sweet dreams!
Answer by j153e
You might check http://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/sleep-apnea/symptoms-of-sleep-apnea
Also good: “Watch Your Dreams,” Ann Ree Colton,
“The Masters and Their Retreats,” Mark Prophet,
“The Master of Lucid Dreams,” Dr. Olga Kharitidi,
Answer by Patrick
i think just stuck out to you so much that you kept it in the back of your mind. then your brain just kind of pulls it out whenever for you to re-experience the dream.
same situation with me. i had this zombie dream three times in three years and each time it was slightly modified but the end was always the same. i was killed. but after the third time, i stopped having it for some reason. heck i might have it tonight now that i just mentioned it. lol
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What does my dream means?
I had a bad dream last night where a small bird swallowed half of my pointer finger. I tried to shake my hands to get rid of the bird, though it was not painful until the bird fell to the ground and died on a muddy water. then i woke up after.
Answer by Ashley J
there is a website called dream dictionary that tells you like what your dream means its really good and creepily always true!
Answer by Maggie
Animals in a dream represent habits that you have in your waking life. The fact that the bird, your habit, bit your finger off signifies that you feel like a habit is keeping you from your purpose…our hands in a dream represent our purpose, our goals and what we do. So you shake this habit off and it dies in muddy water. Water in a dream symbolizes conscious life experiences, the fact that this water is muddy may indicate the state of these waking experiences and how you see your life. Keep in mind that not all habits are bad, but some can be. I’d look at how you view the world around you, what habits you’ve changed, and how that has affected your goals, or work.
Answer by dbsupa
maybe it means you are going through something slightly difficult. maybe you have a problem that isn’t necessarily a big deal, but yet you find yourself thinking about it often, maybe even subconsciously
Answer by jdm
You have hidden thoughts of fear and revenge in your mind.
Do ‘Jap’ as follows–
“Jap” the repeated uttering/saying of “Mantra” the name of God and prayer.
I use to sit on a mattress , close my eyes and start saying ” Om namaha Shivaya” repeatedly and continuously for half an hour. The sound should be so clear and light that a man sitting besides you at 4 feet distance should be able to listen it. This is “Jap”. While doing Jap, I imagine that “Bhagwan Shiv and Parvati” are standing in front of me at about 10 feet distance and looking at me with affection, and ready to help me and talk to me. Sometimes I imagine a big lump of light around “Bhagwan Shiv and Parvati” . This light is falling on me and transferring energy into my mind and body to enable me to solve my problems, making me physically and mentally stronger and healthier, and making my mind peaceful and happy.
This I do, whenever I am in stress, trouble, problem, or pain. You may use these tips in your life, whenever needed, I am sure, you will succeed and have satisfaction.
This “Jap” helps me like a Teacher, a Doctor, a Friend. I become happy, satisfied and courageful after “Jap”. Whenever you do “Jap”, try to do it in a lonely room if possible.
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