help me with my dreams?
im having these series of dreams that me and some friends are stuck in a room and theres a red jewel in each corner in a different place on a statue. each dream a new jewel is missing and Cleopatra comes to us in the shapes of different animals. so far is was a snake, a tiger and a hawk. she gives us clues and we have to make a communication device to talk to her with a pyramid and a piece of some type of technology. and each time we put the missing jewel in the right spot she frees us and then the room becomes filled with people? ive had 3 of the 4 dreams so far. any suggestions about what it could mean? :/
Answer by Emily
go to an online dream dictionary or dream interpreter. Here are a couple I use sometimes: http://www.dreammoods.com/dreamdictionary/
or you could just to a search engine and type in “dream dictionary” or “dream interpreter”
hope i helped! :}
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What are the benefits to keeping a dream diary, if any?
I am 17 and I believe that dreams have meanings to waking life. However, I am never able to interpret my dreams. Nothing seems to fit, especially when looking at dream dictionaries. What are the benefits to keeping a dream diary, if any? Will I realize the meanings of the dreams in the dictionary after some time after it happening? Does writing down your dreams have a positive effects on your well-being? Thanks!
Answer by theelectrifier
writing a dream diary will make you remember more of your dreams, because you’ll be thinking about it more often.
the diary will be helpful, do it.
it will probably totally trip you out! it did to me. i realised some of my dreams have predicted the future, i mean, i’ve dreamed exactly what has happened weeks, months and years before i experienced it in waking life.
it’s kind of proved to me that time doesn’t exist
Answer by Dawnie ‘Quel
First of all recording your dreams in a dream journal is fun. k
That said, it is a good way of not forgetting your dreams later on. Of course you have to have your journal by your bed and it is best to record every detail you remember before you get out of bed or stir around much.
If a dream has prophetic meaning or anything it will not be “polluted” with a lot of other “stuff”… Usually this type of dream is short, focused, and the main point of the dream is centralized.
want an example? Here is one… I dreamed a few years ago that I was walking in the woods, it was night, I was alone, I came upon a bed in the middle of the woods… on this bed was a man. I didn’t know who he was but I had the distinct feeling that he was related. The man was dead.
The dream was simple, a general setting (the woods)… a centralized character (me) and of course a main, overriding feeling (death)
The next morning I received a call from my grandmother. She told me that an uncle of mine had went hunting that night. He was found in the woods later that day. He had suffered a heart attack and died.
If a dream is too “busy” crazy and chaotic with a lot of jumping from this scene to that and so forth, it is more than likely just something you ate, know what I mean?
Anyway, back to your original question. Hind sight is always better than foresight so keeping a record of your dreams is very helpful in
(a) Remembering the dream
(b) Deciphering the dream
(c) Understanding the dream
(d) Just for the plain fun of reading it later.
Answer by dreamgirl
I believe that dreams give you an idea of what your unconscious thinks about. The conscious is the part of the mind that you think in. The unconscious does whatever it pleases. You have no say about happens in there. It causes Freudian Slips, deep psychological issues, and dreams/nightmares. Looking back at past dreams can give you an idea of what your unconscious is brooding about while you go through your conscious life. Knowing that will sometimes helps you see why you have any misunderstood quirks or problems.
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