Do you know how to interpret your DREAMS?

Philippines
December 2, 2009 8:21am CST
Many times I experience dreams.I don't know exactly how to interpret it but as I analyze the situation,symbols or objects that are present in my dreams, somehow I got my own idea of its interpretation.There are times that I meet someone in my dream to whom I never expected to see and I find myself in a place where I never visited.So sometimes, its interpretation is still a question.But there are times, I just forget it and think that it's just a part of a good and sound sleep...and never mind its interpretations.How about you, do you know how to interpret your dreams?Do you love to have dreams?Thank you for your ideas or responses.
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14 responses
@b4balaji (410)
• India
2 Dec 09
I don't actually believe in dreams. But there are some situations in which I feel when I see things in real, I have a feeling that I have seen them already, and I have already been in that kinda situation. I feel that the same thing has happened some long time ago, but that is not actually possible to happen in real. Then I think, I could have dreamed. But the experts say that you dream what you want to dream. Or whatever you are really interested or thinking of for a long time only come in dreams. There are some nightmares also, but who will wish to have a nightmare??? Then what the experts say is not completely correct isnt it?
@Ravenladyj (22937)
• United States
2 Dec 09
Nightmares are your core beings way of getting your attention..UNLESS of course you are having a nightmare of something that HAS actually happend in your life and you are for whatever reason (though usually becuse there is an answer in it) reliving it or remembering it etc..
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• Philippines
2 Dec 09
No I don't know how to interpret dreams... but sometimes dreams want to tell you something. It may be something you always think off or maybe it could be a warning. In the Bible, God talks to people through their dreams to warn them or to tell them something. But be careful to false prophecy about dream interpretations. Always trust God, and not any dream interpretation from anyone else.
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@Ravenladyj (22937)
• United States
2 Dec 09
I've been doing Dream interpretation for a few yrs now for myself, my kids (and I've been slowly teaching them how to do it too) and close friends when they ask etc and with great success I have to say...Its really not hard to learn to be honest with you..I think the hardest part for ppl is being able to see themselves, their lives etc WITHOUT rose-coloured glasses on...You have to be able to TRULY see yourself and situations in order to see whats goin on by way of Dreams or see the solutions in your dreams etc...
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• Malaysia
3 Dec 09
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@azazel87 (97)
• Bulgaria
3 Dec 09
I love dreaming. I have so much strange dreams, they are like a fairytale. Some times I have nightmares of course but I don`t know how to interpret them. I think it is quite difficult and it is not enough just to read some book with interpretations. Dreams are difference worlds and they can tell us so much things about our live and help us. But I do not try to interpret them, I just let myself dreaming and that`s all.
@Sir_bobby88 (8244)
• Singapore
3 Dec 09
Well i used to dream to have band that travel the whole world for concert but now that dream is gone yea.
• India
3 Dec 09
I believe in dreams and lots of my dreams came true.I almost always i remember my dreams.some dreams are wonderful but when is the best moment my mother or father wake up me,then i cant finish my dream. But proper interpretation of dreams is much more complex for majority. Interpretation of dreams is one of the most difficult thing and rather it have it roots in occult traditions and human collective unconsciousness .I believe what I like of my dreams and I always try to forget my bad ones.
• Philippines
3 Dec 09
They say that we always dream, everytime we sleep but we could not remember it all. Well for me, I dream often when I'm very exhausted and sometimes when I'm excited, sometimes I also sleep talk. For me, dreams are hard to interpret, its very confusing. So I niver tried to interpret my dreams. And if I remember what I dreamed about, I'd jsut think about what happenned there and laugh if its a silly dream and forget it if its scary. Sometimes I'd tell it to my friends and they'll try to interpret it but they would be baffled as me. But I believe that sometimes a dream is telling us something, but what is it about, and how to understand it, I have no idea.
@kashers (649)
• Jamaica
2 Dec 09
dreams are not what we were led to believe it is even far more deeper,visit my profile and look for the topic i started on dreams,the art of dreaming is very clear when u truly start studying the way to its path of knowledge
2 Dec 09
No its not easy to interpret dreams. Its not like a film, where you see something and in next moment those thing really happen. What ever I read and watched on Discovery channel regarding this topic is really interesting. we are unconscious our body is partially paralyzed. due to dreaming blood flow is increased many times towards brain. Our heart beats are increased. Many thing we don't remember after dream.
• India
2 Dec 09
simple! let the dream go on to its top level and during climax you will get interruption automatically..if u want to interpret in middle...try moving your hands and body. ;)
@jambi462 (4598)
• United States
2 Dec 09
Well we all do somewhat know how to interpret dreams because we are really the only ones that can interpret our own dreams because it would be hard for someone else to determine the meaning of something that was manifested inside of someone else's mind. Still it's hard to come up with a definition for the dreams that you have because there is so much going on and it's hard for a lot of things to possibly only mean one thing.
• Philippines
2 Dec 09
When I was young, I used to wonder what are the meanings of my dreams. And most commonly, I ended up thinking of all the most horrible things which might happen to me or to my family. I would end up crying in the morning. To stop the situation, my father told me not to entertain my dreams. He told me that I was just tired the other day or maybe I was thinking too much before I went to sleep. True enough, I learned how to ignore all my dreams. Now, I don't even remember my dreams in the morning.
@gx7001lm (63)
• Malaysia
2 Dec 09
i believe everyone of us want to have a or a few nice dreams every time we sleep every time i dreamed a nice dream i would think about it the whole day what would i think is how would i achieve this beautiful dream which i just dreamed it sort of giving me a motivation to do something good and work towards that dream of course i only remember those nice ones, i will try my best to forget all the bad dream as i know some really caused us fear