What would you really like to know about dreams and dream interpretation??
I work very closely to my dreams for over 20 years and have a lot to share in this area. I'm in the middle of writing a few hubs about it. I wonder what people really would like to know. Anyone?
A super big apology to Lisauniquevoice: I am very sorry that I delete your answer quite by mistake. I was in the middle of answering your question but the comment column ran out of word counts. I thought I was deleting my comment to put it in an "answer" so I could say a bit more, that's when I deleted your answer by mistake. Please forgive me xo.
Lisauniquevoice asks: I would like to know if dreams are a way we work out our problems in our everyday live, or are they just an escape into a fantasy world?(this is the closes i could remember it, please feel free to correct me :-D)
What an excellent question Lisauniquevoice (did i remember your name corretly?)
My answer: Even though our dreams often appear fantasy like, with made up characters and pseudo settings, seemingly unrelated to what's going on in our day to day life, they are very much a working out of our problems and indications of what's going on in our personal growth. They are very cleverly disguised hints and clues that indicate how you are doing and reflect your inner state. Often then not they even try to persuade you away from doing things that are potentially harmful to you. I am in the middle of writing a hub right now about different type of dream messages and providing real life examples. I will include the times when I started having series of nightmare and warning dreams to urgently "persuade" me to leave a job I had for over 13 years. In another example, they tried to hint at the outcome of a new relationship that I was plunging into. I am hoping to post it up within 24 hours, there are so many real life examples to go with the different type of dreams, it's very possible i might have to divide them into multiple articles.
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