Hi everyone! Do you have recurring dreams? If yes, what are they about? What do you think your dream implies?
I have two of them once in a while.
Firstly, I have a dream in which I am back to school and our teacher is giving out some assignments. The class is filled with students and I think that this time I will make more friends.
Secondly, I have one where I am driving a car without any training or guidance. I feel anxious and fearful yet I drive smoothly on the highway and occasionally with high speed. Then the dreams end when I park the car.
Yes, I do. In fact, sometimes a dream will start where one left off and continue on the same topic even years later. Your dreams are interesting. Have you ever read about dream interpretation? I've always meant to, but haven't.
I have one recurring dream where I return to a house where I once lived. The rooms are empty and there is a foreboding about the place. Like your dream, there's one I have about driving in a very large car like a Cadillac or an old Chrysler. I drive right into a flooded neighborhood where the car begins to float away with the current.
Woah! That's fascinating to hear. Yes, I have read about about dream interpretations. Recurring dreams imply that there is some underlying issue or stress that is unresolved. But, upon pondering over my recurrent dreams many times, I still don't get what is the cause of them.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts with me PegCole17.
Matter of fact, yes. In fact, three dreams about a house my family and I used to rent before we built the house we live in today. But in each dream there is always a new cast of characters going in and out of "this" house. I have always heard that if you dream the same dream three times, it will come true, but my dreams may be about our old abode, but I cannot say these dreams are exactly the same.
That's quite interesting to hear. Well, I never heard that before. I just had one dream once which came exactly true the next day when I was in school. It freaked me out!
Thanks for sharing your thoughts buddy.
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