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Dreaming For a Reason

Updated on May 27, 2015

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Dreaming For a Reason

Have you ever had a dream and you woke up wondering how to understand what you dreamed or why you dreamed it? Believe it or not, your dreams can be revealing as to other people's feelings, a future event, or can just be a manifestation of a certain fear that you hold.

Want to learn more? Check your dream off against the criteria listed to see which fits closely to your dream:

1. Involved a baby/child you have never seen before?

2. Involved an angry or sad relative?

3. Involved something that you are fearful of?

If your dream aligned with the #1 listing, then it is possible that news will be coming your way of a new family member. Be advised, though, some people dream in opposites when dealing with people so one may dream of a female when actually the affected person will be a male. You will be able to discern once you start paying attention to your dreams and how they play out in your life.

If the #2 listing aligned closer with your dream then it is possible that your loved one is or even will be, experiencing some anger or sadness with something that has occurred or has yet to occur. With these type of dreams, it is important to reflect about how you felt at the time in the dream in order to better understand it and what it may mean. These dreams are meant to warn you of an event that is unexpected. You can wait to see how it plays out or you can speak to the person of whom was the affected in your dream to discern what may be happening or if it has not happened yet, to warn them of an issue on the horizon, unknown or not.

If listing #3 was similar to the origin of your dream, then have no fear--you are just stressed and overly concerned about something in your life. Maybe reflect on what is causing this and try to relax before bed.

**With any dream, the best way to interpret what they may mean to you is by reflecting on your emotions at the time of the dream to better understand the underlying message of it.

Sweet Dreams!

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