Can you interpret dreams?
Can you interpret your own dreams or those of others? How accurate are your dream interpretations? Do you use a list of dream symbols, or do you go by your own intuition?
I dream so much. I use intuition and sometimes symbols.try me out
I do reflect on my own dreams, Phyllis, and they very often let me know what's important to me at the time I have them and for future reference. Occasionally I try to keep a dream diary, but more often, I just make a mental note about my feelings the dream has given me. So, I'm using more intuition than I am symbols. I definitely do not refer to dream symbology books because I believe I know myself better than what any book on the subject can give me. Great question!
I actually go on this great free website called Dreamforth.com. It is easy to use and basically gives a clear understanding of your dreams and what they mean. I used to buy the books, however I do not think the books are as accurate as the site.
I used to have a lot of very clear dreams Phyllis and kept a dream diary, writing down the details as soon as I woke. If I waited even 10 or 15 minutes I would have forgotten most of the dream. I was almost always over to interpret them accurately ..and their message was usually very clear to me. Sometimes I could interpret the dreams of others but it was a little more complicated. Now for some reason I can very rarely even remember dreaming, I probably do but forget them on waking.
That is a good question, I have never thought about that. I cannot interpret my own since I do not remember them.
I use my training in Freudian dream interpretation to interpret my own dreams.
Yes, I interpret my dreams and help others understand theirs, as well. I've been doing this ever since I was a young girl and have kept this up throughout my lifetime. In the beginning I used books to understand the symbolism, but as I became familiar with my dreams and the meaning behind symbols, I set the books aside and went based on intuition and what was currently happening in my life. Good question.
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by Sue B. 14 months ago
First some background, I joined hubpages because I have a passion for dream interpretation and wanted to write hubs about dreams, dream interpretation, and common dream symbols. I ended up also writing about other typics I know well such as employment and business, psychology, self-help,...
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