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The most frequently requested free dream meanings and interpretations include the experiences of flying, falling, snakes, loosing teeth, being chased, being lost, examinations, and toilets.
While a professional dream analyst may give you a better understanding about an intense dream that is bothering you, the good news is that you can find important messages in the most frequently asked questions from the types of dreams that have already been interpreted below. Or to get your own free dream analysis scroll down now.
What does flying in a dream mean spiritually?
Flight is a common image when seeking spiritual freedom. To be flying upwards is to be moving towards a more spiritual appreciation of our lives, while to be flying downwards is to be making an attempt to understand the subconscious and all that entails. Conventionally to dream of flying is to do with sex and sexuality, but it would probably be more accurate to look at it in terms of lack of inhibition and freedom. We are releasing ourselves from limitations that we may impose on ourselves.
What does it mean when you dream about flying in the sky?
The meaning of your dreams about flying in the sky denotes freedom from physical inhibitions and is a recognized aspect of astral travel – the soul’s ability to transcend its physical existence – and of lucid dreaming. In the latter, until proficiency is gained, the realization that we are flying is enough to have us lose the ability.
What do dreams of falling mean?
Falling has come to be interpreted as surrender (particularly sexual) and with moral failure, of not being as one should. Statistically, dreams of falling are one of the most common types of dream. They tend to occur during the first stage of sleep and are often accompanied by muscle contractions of the arms and legs, sometimes the whole body. These are known as myoclonic jerks. A fall in a dream outlines the need to be grounded and to take care within a known situation. We may be harmed by being too pedestrian. The common dream of falling can be the subconscious mind showing a lack of confidence in our own ability. We may feel threatened by a lack of security, whether real or imagined. We fear being dropped by friends or colleagues.
What is the spiritual meaning of falling in dreams?
Spiritual fear or forgetfulness is symbolized here, particularly the Fall from Grace, from a state of innocent bliss to a state of sinful understanding, with its attendant consequences We may feel we are slipping away from a situation, essentially we are losing our place. This can be because your unconscious mind is absorbing real life negative influences from others.
What does it mean to have dreams about snakes?
The snake is one of the most common dream symbols to bring fear into waking life. Because snakes are in some cases poisonous they have become associated with death and all that we fear. Snake dreams occur when we are attempting to come to terms with our more instinctive self. Inevitably this has to do with the recognition and harnessing of energies that have been suppressed and thwarted. Since the most primeval urge is sexuality, the image of the snake is the most primitive one available. Many dream interpreters say a snake in the grass image denotes disloyalty and trickery.
What do snakes mean in a dream spiritually?
Spiritually, dreaming the image of a snake twined around a staff or similar suggests that the unconscious forces that drive us are being released to create positive change, healing, rebirth and renewal. The ouroboros image of a snake with its tail in its mouth signifies completion and the union of the spiritual and physical.
What is meaning of teeth falling out in dream?
Teeth falling or coming out easily in dreams mean we are aware of going through a form of transition, similar to that from childhood to maturity, or from maturity to old age and helplessness. If we are anxious about teeth dropping out it suggests there is a fear of getting old and undesirable, or an anxiety about maturing.
What is the meaning of being chased in a dream?
Many human beings dream about being chased or of trying to escape. If this is the content of your dreams it usually means you are trying to escape responsibility, your own sense of failure, fear or emotions that you can’t handle.
What is the spiritual meaning of being chased in a dream?
Spiritually the dream symbolism of being chased or pursued suggests either fear of our own actions, or is a play on words, as in 'chaste', i.e. trying to preserve our innocence.
What is the meaning of feeling lost in a dream?
Many people dream of feeling lost. Vivid dreams where we experience ourselves as being lost denotes confusion and perhaps a sense of rejection. This may be emotionally or mentally as much as physically. We have lost the ability or the motivation to make clear decisions.
What is the meaning of taking exams in a dream?
When examinations are the content of dreams (particularly educational exams) it is usually connected with self-criticism and the need for high achievement. We may be allowing others to set our standards of morality and success for us. Being examined by a doctor indicates concerns over our own health.
What does the toilet mean in your dream?
Toilet dreams can often be about different things. There is a good chance it will be about self-worth and clearing childish confusion. Spiritually, a toilet suggests that we have the means at our disposal to cleanse away negativity we have taken in. Something wrong with the toilet could suggest that we are emotionally blocked. If it is overflowing, the blockage is causing a difficulty in controlling our emotions at the present time. Going to an unfamiliar toilet suggests we are in a position where we do not know what the outcome to a situation will be. Cleaning a dirty toilet suggests we are losing our 'prudish' attitude, and may have gone through some kind of internal epiphany.
Do dreams have symbolic meaning?
Carl Jung claimed that dreams were our deeper selves talking to our conscious selves. I believe some of our dreams contain symbolic meaning. Having been a professional clairvoyant for many years I have long known the significance of the psychic messages found in nighttime dreaming.
Can dreams predict the future?
According to psychologist Sigmund Freud, our dreams only reveal our repressed conflicts and wishes. But that does not explain my recent dream in which my Prius'C car was just serviced. In the dream I was being shown a little item that had been overlooked. It was a small magnetic device that connected the power to the car. I was dream-shown where a small nut and bolt that should secure this device was missing. And I was told that this could result in the power failing at any moment. I woke rather perplexed at this dream. My hybrid car was serviced only four months ago, so I racked my brain looking for a metaphysical and symbolic dream meaning. - Three days later I had to call roadside assistance. The car would not start. I needed a new starter battery. Sometimes a precognitive dream is just a precognitive dream!
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