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How to know the meaning of dreams we have while sleeping at night?

Updated on August 3, 2017
"The Dream" -Pablo Picasso
"The Dream" -Pablo Picasso

Sogni D'Oro

Sogni D'Oro (Dreams of Gold) Dreams are all symbolic messages; the movie projector in our mind projects them in many different ways. Some run short, some long, the short ones can be a single action, a single word or a single color within a black & white episode. Or still some are long, seemingly dragging on for several evenings in real-time and to be continued……. Objects, people and animals too, can be symbols as well. All dreams are mysterious in nature because we can’t just grasp the meaning with the clarity we’re used to in our conscious self. If the messages in the dreams are from the other side, then those deceased cannot communicate like us but they are very good, like children or a language illiterate, with symbols.

And still others dreams are prophetic, lucid, clairvoyant and clairaudient. Clairaudient dreams have no images. The lucid dreams occur in the early morning right before you wake up. These are the most vivid, rich and stay with your memory bank. These dreams can have such purity and such descriptiveness that some time evokes the sense of smell and taste. All the senses can be provoked and used to animate a message from your subconscious which some say are from a deceased relative or a spirit guide. And finally some dreams bring us answers to problems in our conscious world that we can’t figure out otherwise in the real world.

Keep a note pad and pen on your night stand for note taking. Jot down these dream messanges while they are still fresh in your mind in the middle of the night if you wake up. Or else do it in the morning, then later you can reference the objects and actions in your dream through the various media.There are many books and websites devoted to dream interpretation and of course even Googling it will help make your dreams come true too!

Published by PaulieWalnuts 4/30/08.

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      7 years ago

      i had a nightmare

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      9 years ago

      thank you pauliewalnuts for such an insightful analysis, I remember having recurring dreams about my grandparents' house; where I spent a lot of time as a child.

      here is a tip for easy dream interpretation if you have trouble remembering your dreams, keep a notepad next to your bed and when you wake up in the morning, write down what you remember as fast as possible, as you get into the habit, you will remember in more detail and you will remember all your dreams.

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      9 years ago

      i am not sure how to bein but i am 27 years old and i recently lost my moma on christmas eve.of 2008. and i had a dream about her and i am wanting to know the meaning of it?and if there is a meaning for it where would i go online to find out if anyone know's please e-mail me and let me know.i know that there is a reson for everything!! my e-mail is if you know please let me know thank'

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      Call me "Chelle 

      9 years ago from Oregon, Nature and Beauty

      Google all you want, if you have been dreaming vividly since 5 years old.  Living a tortured night life all through childhood only to find in your adult hood it continued, then no dream  "dictionary" will answer a single question.   I used to force myself to stay awake simply because I was terrified to go to sleep.  My mother stopped letting me come into her room so I would literally and this is no joke, I would "combat crawl" into her room and lay on the floor beside her bed just to  feel safe enough to sleep. Mind you this was not just once in awhile this was EVERY NIGHT from age 5. At adolescense it was just plain scary, into adulthood it was emotionally horrifying.  I felt like I lived 2 lives, a wakening one and a sleeping one, I was exhausted and suicidal.  I didn't know other people didn't dream like this.  I was unaware how smelling, tasting, hearing, touching, color, flying, and empathy were unusual things to have in your dream.  I thought everyone dreamed the same.  Thank you lord I learned and mastered lucid dreaming, now my dreams are controlled by me and not the other way around.  I have strong feelings on "how much we are being guided" in our dreams.  Sometimes I think it just our bodies way of dumping garbage  but it would take to long to post on that.  Thank you for understanding that dreams can be horrific to some and such a simple off hand way  of suggesting how they can study their dreams is damaging to the minority who dream this way.  Best regards.


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      10 years ago

      I have had some pretty wild dreams and a couple of prophetic dreams - hey, i think i just found another hub topic, thanks!

    • PaulieWalnuts profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago from Chicago

      Thank you Trsmd and soni2006, I'm trying! I get a Hub idea, sleep on it, but haven't gotten any Hub dreams........yet! But one is just a snoooooooze away!

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      Rajinder Soni 

      10 years ago from New Delhi, India

      A very good way to answer my hub request, I got a lot of info from your hub. Waiting for more great hubs from you.

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      10 years ago from India

      Nice sweet dreams...


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