Let’s get one thing straight from the outset with respect to the Dreams Dictionary; it is the lazy person’s analysis. Essentially, the symbolism that you incorporate in your dreaming is unique to you and you only. The suggestion that you can “look up” its meaning devalues true dream interpretation.
Interpretation of Dreams
Granted, there may indeed be some common themes to dreams, but at the end of the day, your dreams will be about your life situation and designed at an unconscious level to impart wisdom of some sort. They are interwoven with deep symbolism and metaphor that literally forces the analytical component of your brain into overdrive when attempting to decode the meaning.
If you are able to ascertain that which you need from a simplistic Dream Interpretation Dictionary, all power to you. However, in my experience as a psychologist, it has never come that easy. Nothing of value ever does.
Regardless, I have included a Dream Interpretation Dictionary for those who care to pursue that avenue. I recommend that if you don’t find an answer via this approach, invest the effort and finance in seeking guidance or learn to interpret your own dreams. If the dream you had was so thought provoking so as to motivate you to seek an answer at this website, why settle for fluff?
“The art of interpreting dreams cannot be learnt from books.” – Carl Jung
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* What are Dreams?
* Types of Dreams
* Famous Dreams
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