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2009/10/02

So the above site has common dream themes & what they mean.  Which have you had?  Here is the list:  (If you click on the theme, it links to the explanation on the site.)

Naked Dreams
Chase Dreams
Teeth Dreams
Flying Dreams
Falling Dreams
Test Dreams

I’ve had versions of all of these.  My favorite dream is when I am floating above everyone.  Sometimes it’s like I’m attached to a balloon or some other quite device that propels me to the air.  These have a sense of possible danger, but are exciting.  My favorite is when I’m holding onto a pillow like I would a float in the water and just drifting 1-2 feet off the ground, floating around, looking around.  Ohhhhh, how I love dreaming that and wish I could do it in real life.  Feels so free.  Ha, just read the description & no wonder it feels so good.

All of the other categories are usually anxious dreams.  I also have a dream a lot where my vision is impaired.  Haven’t had the teeth dream in about 5 years-I used to dream a lot that my mouth was filled with metal shards and if I moved it, I would be cut.

I like the site, I’m going to explore some more.  Will let you know what I find.

I’ve had 2 or 3 metaphyscial dreams which I felt were messages of reassurance from God, I’ve had a few dreams which felt like they were from a past life.  I dreamed of Tim and the boys at least once before I ever heard of them.  I dreamed of Tim twice before I met him, although I knew who he was.  I felt like it was a message that I needed to be a friend to him.

Interestingly, once when I was talking in my sleep, which I do a lot according to Tim, he heard me speak an entire sentence in another language, German he thinks.  And I don’t know German, although I’ve had some interesting experiences with things German.

  • Once at a dinner party, I totally connected with a woman from Germany who spoke very little English and I spoke no German.  We ‘talked’ for hours.  I can’t explain it.
  • Once I stopped spontaneously at an estate sale and the former owner was German.  He had books in German and several concise diaries written in German, which I was compelled to purchase for a small price.  I’ve never had them translated. (yet!)
  • Althought I’ve never been to Germany or been taught the language, sometimes I understand it some in the written and/or spoken word.
  • Oddest, of course, speaking a sentence of German in my sleep.

There are a few more but I can’t think of them right now.

Ta Ta–on to the dream site!

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4 Responses to “More about dreams”

  1. Julie Brown Says:

    I just read that dreaming (while you are pregnant) of giving birth to a non-human baby represents anxiety or worry over the health of the baby. If you are not pregnant and dream of giving birth to a non-human baby it represents anxiety over a project. Interesting. This site is very informative. http://www.dreammoods.com

  2. Julie Brown Says:

    Have you ever had a dream about someone and then kind of had a crush on them afterward? I've had that a lot. I had a person I used to work with who I had a lot of anger toward. I had carried it around a long time, and didn't want to feel it. I'd known him forever, and I just didn't want to be angry with him. One night, I dreamed we fell in love. I didn't have a crush on him the next day, but it was one of the most healing dreams I've ever had. The anger was completely gone, and never returned. I felt so blessed.

  3. stephanie Joyce Says:

    One of my most vivid dreams was while I was pregnant with my son. Jim and I couldn't agree on a name and I had a dream that the baby was born talking. I asked him what he would like to be named since he could talk, and he looked at me with these big dark eyes and said "Sam". Jim and I knew his name had to be Sam even though we hadn't considered it before. Once Sam was born and I saw he had large dark navy blue eyes I knew that we had chosen the right name. I later learned that native Americans used dreams to determine a baby's name as well.

  4. Julie Brown Says:

    Stephanie, thanks for sharing, I had forgotten that! And he is such an old soul; you can tell by looking at his eyes! Such an old soul that he could name himself in this life!


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