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Deciphering Your Dreams With the Dream Dictionary

November 9, 2012 on 8:51 pm | In Dreamwork | No Comments
I Dreampt of a Missing Armadillo

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Dreams are funny things. Sometimes you may dream something totally crazy or something terribly scary. Things that go on in your waking life have a direct result on your dreams, especially when stress is involved.

What you watch on TV or read in books can have the same influence when in a dream state. But then there are times when a dream can really have a messagefor you and the easiest way to find that out is through a dream dictionary.

Using a dictionary to interpret your dreams can help you piece together the dream to make sense of it. Since dreams often fade as soon as you wake up, it is important to write the dream down as soon as you open your eyes. This way all the information is fresh in your mind and although it may be fading fast, you’ll be able to write down as much as possible before it is gone from your memory.

As you write down your dream, you can just make a list of words. Important things that came up in the dream or certain things that stands out to you. It is important to not only write down what you saw or experienced, but also how you felt or any smells. Colors can be important as well as animals, so they should not be ignored when making your list.

Listing everything down that you remember from your dream is the best way to make use of dream dictionaries. You may discover that your dream really means something after you put the pieces together. These dictionaries are like regular dictionaries, but instead of definitions of words, they provide interpretations of words in a dream state. They also offer added information and combine some words together for easier use.

As you write out the meanings to the symbols and events in your dream, pay attention to any patterns in the meanings. Patterns will be a sign that your dream was either a message or a reflection of your current life when awake. When done, read through all the meanings, do they make sense to you?

Sometimes while interpreting your dream you find it is relating to something that happened to you earlier in the day or is connected to a movie or book you read before falling asleep. Other times the dream may seem like a message, a warning about a person or situation in your life at the time. Most people take dreams very seriously and any warnings or messages that come through upon interpretation are taken seriously.

Dreams are classified into many types. Some people only seem to dream as if watching a movie while others are able to play an interactive role in their dream. When dreams become recurring, puzzling or even frightening is when most people worry about what their dreams really mean.

A dream dictionary can help anyone put the puzzle pieces together of any dream they have so they can be reassured that is was just something they ate before bed or whether they should start paying more attention to a situation.

Original Author: James Tien Full Bio

James Tien is a Chinese society writer. He suggests Absolutely Feng Shui for additional information on Fung Shui and Feng Shui Cures.

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