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Interpreting Dreams with Symbols


Interpreting Dreams with Symbols

You tell me your dreams, I'll tell you mine.

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Latest Activity: Feb 13, 2013

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My dreams from last night

Started by SkiGirl Aug 14, 2009.


Started by Nancy Anderson Jan 13, 2009.

My dream, anyone can interpret it? Grateful for answers :-) 1 Reply

Started by Yousif. Last reply by Nancy Anderson Nov 9, 2008.

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Comment by Black Spot on February 13, 2013 at 5:56am

From Rosha :


DONT READ THIS. YOU WILL BE KISSED ON THE NEAREST POSSIBLE FRIDAY BY THE LOVE OF YOUR LIFE.TOMMOROW WILL BE THE BEST DAY OF YOUR LIFE. NOW YOU'VE STARTED READING THIS. DON'T STOP. THIS IS SO FREAKY. 1. say your name ten times. 2. say your mom's name five times. 3. say your crushes three times 4. paste this to four other groups. If you do this, your crush will kiss you on the nearest Friday. But if you read this and do not paste this, then you will have very bad luck. SEND THIS TO 5 GROUPS IN 143 MINUTES. WHEN YOU'RE DONE PRESS F6 AND YOUR CRUSH'S NAME WILL APPEAR IN BIG LETTERS ON THE SCREEN. THIS IS SO FREAKY BECAUSE IT ACTUALLY WORKS. "

Black Spot :)

Comment by Black Spot on January 18, 2012 at 11:50am

Hi Nancy,

Nice to meet you. I see that not has much happened for a long while, but I hope you consider this.

I dreamed my old office and desk and working there again.

I believe that dreams are not the future, they the remnants from the past.

I am looking forward to hearing from you.


Comment by A Bennett on September 7, 2009 at 6:02pm
Good Afternoon: I dream alot of the dead, loved ones who have passed. Especially right after they have passed. Some dreams good some not so good. Im curious to know if these dreams are trying to tell me something about those who have passed or are they about me.
Comment by Nancy Anderson on July 21, 2009 at 2:22pm

Problem-solving in a dream situation and solving waking-life problems through dreaming are two very different experiences. The former is a dream event while the latter uses the dream event to address waking concerns.
In dreams, you may find yourself able to solve more problems than you normally do in waking. Problems that you can solve in dreams are virtually limitless because you are not bounded by logic. Many times this can work to the dreamer's advantage. If you are able to solve problems effectively, it is a reflection of untapped competence in a particular area of your life.

The idea of problem-solving through dreaming comes from the saying, Let me sleep on it. The ego is designed to differentiate which ideas are allowed to enter consciousness. Consequently, some thoughts are dismissed before they even get a chance for deliberation. The problem is that most of us are prejudiced by our experience to eliminate potentially good solutions to our problems. This is due to the neurosis that is part and parcel of every personality.

By sleeping and dreaming about a particular problem, your mind accesses a broader variety of problem solving choices than it would normally have the ability to recognize. When you awaken, you may not remember the specific dream content, but the problem may be miraculously resolved.

Always take note of the methods used in your dream situations to solve problems therein. Is there any situation in life that may benefit by employing similar tactics?
Comment by Nancy Anderson on June 10, 2009 at 4:19pm

Blood in dreams is rarely a well-received image, unless it is connected with an anger object. The blood of another in this case may reflect seeing oneself as ultimately victorious. Most times, blood represents depletion, injury, or death. This depletion may be physical, or it may reflect the loss of other essential resources, including emotional or financial assets.
Blood can have a kind of direct meaning as life source. In this regard, blood may be seen as a metaphor for becoming one with another person-this type of feeling is conjured from our exposure to Native American blood brother images.

Blood also may serve as a sacrificial metaphor-as in the sacrificial lamb or other animal. It also may have occult implications for persons involved with such practices.

Draining, drinking, or drawing and/or writing with blood are practices of this nature. Many genres of cult literature often include this type of reference. Whose blood are you seeing in your dream? Can you discern who caused the bleeding? Is the presence of blood accompanied by a feeling of threat?
Comment by Nancy Anderson on May 27, 2009 at 11:59am
~Money has great meanings in Dreams~

Money can be lost, gained, or spent in dreaming. Dreams about money are often really about power, control, and competency. Consequently, the larger perspective of who is interacting with you around money and what your role in the transaction is are important features of the dream.
Many people who dream about money are controlled by it-the desire for it, the lack of it, or the inability to control themselves with it. This last category is seen most clearly in money dreams experienced by people who re drowning in debt.

If you gain money in a dream, note from whom and under what circumstances. This may be a dream about blessing. The gain of money in this instance is more a gain of emotional power and renewal through a completed relationship that no longer depletes the soul.

You may see yourself as having great wealth to dole out to others. This is often a symbol of needing to convey blessing onto others. The true need is rarely financial, but a need to help others.

Losing money for no apparent reason is the picture of being unable to control oneself. The lack of control may actually be in the area of money, but it may also be the inability to restrain oneself from over-committing resources emotionally or otherwise.

In your waking life, how do you perceive and value money? In some families, money is an object taken for granted, in others it is a powerful symbol of control, influence, or status. Whether or not you have money problems, money dreams could reveal feelings about your relationship with power.
Comment by Nancy Anderson on May 21, 2009 at 1:17pm
*Work on Your Dreams, Don't Dismiss Them*

In dreams, paths, trails, dirt roads, often feels more like the yellow-brick road in The Wizard of Oz, intended to help you stay on course. Paths, trails, dirt roads are intriguing because they often lead to scenes that would not be found in a neighborhood or around work or home.

The study of bridges in dream is very-well known to the dreamer. The dreamer will know what, or who is the bridge. The bridge can be a good thing, and it can hamper the person, or any, situation from moving forward. Think about the bridge, does it make you emotional? Are are you impressed by the structure? Or perhaps you see it shifting.
(Between story elements).
It is important to recognize that if the Dreamer starts to dream about a sidewalk as a significant symbol of the dream. More often, the sidewalk is simply part of a common street scene. A back ground drop. A place you know quite well.
But At all times ask your self.
On the sidewalk, that was in your dream, is their a person or persons there.?
Do you know the person or does the person reminds you of someone?
Does the sidewalk take you to a place that you recognize or a strange place.
I think one of the most important question to ask your self is. How do you feel about these "props" that are in your dreams, they do indeed, intend to tell you something that is going in your life "NOW.

*Don't dismiss those dreams.*

Nancy Anderson.

Nancy Anderso
Comment by Nancy Anderson on February 19, 2009 at 2:28pm
Elevators in dreams may symbolize everything from elation and progress to frustration and fear of confinement. For some people, elevators are a utilitarian tool, getting them from one floor to another, while for other elevators are a source of severe phobia, a place where they may become trapped. When reading the various elevator dream meanings below, always keep your own person associations with waking life elevators at the front of your mind.
Comment by Love It on September 4, 2008 at 11:25am
This look like a nice group I found you through kandess page. I always dream I am flying . I dream of eagles too.

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