There are many theories on dream meanings or dream interpretations. In early civilizations, people thought of dreams as a medium between humans and the gods.
Psychologist Freud said a lot about dreams. He suggested that dreams help to protect people from waking up early when light or sound disrupted their sleep, but he also believed dreams pointed to buried desires.
Dreams are stories we play out in our heads overnight. Scientists estimates that we have around three to six dreams in one night and around 95% of these dreams are forgotten when we wake up.
Sometimes when you wake up, you may want to know what your dream means. We can find some interpretations about our dreams. Many people believe that dreams have something to tell us, but if you want to know the meaning of your dreams, you have to connect all you see in your dream.
It is common to dream about animals, animals often represent the part of your psyche that feels connected to nature and survival. Being chased by a predator suggest you’re holding back repressed emotions like fear.
Another common dream people have is being chased. It means you are feeling threatened, so reflect on who is chasing you (it may be symbolic) and why they are a possible threat in real life.
Death of a friend o loved one represents change, endings and new beginnings.
Falling is a common dream that relates to our anxieties about letting go, losing control, or somehow failing after success.
Money can symbolize self worth. If you dream of exchanging money, it may show that you’re anticipating some changes in your life.
Water symbolizes the unconscious mind. Calm pools of water reflect inner peace while choppy ocean can suggest unease.
Teeth are common dream symbols. Dreaming of losing your teeth may mark a fear of getting old and being unattractive to others.
If you believe in the theory that dreams have something to tell you, you can try to look for their interpretation to know how your dreams are related with your daily life.Comparte