Have you ever had a recurring dream or nightmare and researched it?

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  1. thebluestar profile image77
    thebluestarposted 13 years ago

    Have you ever had a recurring dream or nightmare and researched it?

    I do. Over the past twenty years I have dreams about a bull.  Always the same bull but in different location and situations, but always with the power and will to kill. Having researched my dream it appears to be linked to an anxiety of owing money or being persued for money. This has been very true at the time.

  2. kittythedreamer profile image75
    kittythedreamerposted 13 years ago

    does this bull hurt you in the dreams? do you see him hurting others in your dreams? it could possibly be your animal dream guide or spirit guide trying to make contact with you. sometimes we perceive our dreams to be scary, but if you let the dream play out...sometimes it turns out that they're actually intriguing and worthwhile. i have had many recurring dreams that seem scary at first but if i press forward in the dream and let it play out...they usually turn out to have some sort of meaning to me. you may want to read my hub on conscious dreaming. Cheers!

  3. Goodpal profile image76
    Goodpalposted 13 years ago

    How I got rid of a nasty nightmare is described in the following hub. My personal opinion is that dreams are a reflection of what lies buried in the sub conscious mind and dreams are one of the outlets. By taking charge of dreams through lucid dreaming one can change one life.

    http://hubpages.com/hub/How-Did-I-Manag … -By-Myself

  4. thebluestar profile image77
    thebluestarposted 13 years ago

    Yes the bull really intended to kill me, he never did as I woke before he had a chance. The only similarity I can think of is that I have been stressed for several days before hand, but it has also always been linked to owing money. I would love to be able to interpret dreams, I have been told I am very spiritual if I could only open up more.

  5. apache13 profile image60
    apache13posted 13 years ago

    I had a recurring nightmare as a child and lived it through,I didnt understand it as a child but learned what it ment through life experince.They are warnings,if you believe in God,they are from him,thats my thought.

  6. goddesscharm profile image60
    goddesscharmposted 12 years ago

    Normally when I have recurring nightmares, the best way to get rid of it is to see it to the end. I had a dream once that I was suck in for three days, in real time it last two nights. In the dream, the world was apocalypse.  Basically the human race destroyed all natural resources over a point of time. People started to kill each other for food and water,  which so became known as the "Greenhouses" ...others turned towards Cannibalism. This dream took place in Houston. There were only four Greenhouses own by small groups of people. There were no large colonies, only small. Greenhouse started to decline. The plants started to die because there was no healthy soil, and there wasn't enough water. People started to migrate to other Greenhouse and it became a blood bath. Well to make a long story short.....I died. I went into an office building...alone and was eatin alive by the cannibals. It was like living Resident Evil Extinction, but subtract the virus and zombies. My best advice is not matter how horrible the dream is....see it to the end.


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