Common Dreams and Their Brief Interpretations

Here are some of the most common dreams and what they mean.

COMMON DREAMS – The subject of our dreams has been an interest of a lot of people for many years now and here are some of the most common.

A series of odd events that play in our minds while we are asleep is a dream. These stories or images can be fun, entertaining, romantic, disturbing, and bizarre. And up to this day, the interpretations of our dreams remain a mystery to scientists and psychological doctors.

There are a lot of enduring theories as to why it occurs, what are the causes, if we can control them, or what they mean. Lauri Loewenberg, certified dream analyst and speaker, said that dreams are “your subconscious thoughts” and ” a continuation of your thoughts of your day”.

He shared that we do have multiple dreams in our sleep but we will most certainly not remember them when we wake up. Although dreams are unique, they accordingly tend to follow a certain symbolic pattern.

According to some experts, here are some of the most common scenarios in a dream and what they mean:

  • Your regular day
    This could be because you went to sleep while thinking about what you would need to do the following day or something happened like being late for picking up your child from school and you are feeling guilty about this.
  • You’re with a celebrity
    This could be because there’s something in that famous personality that you find great or something that relates back to you. If you are friends with the celebrity in your dream, this might be because there’s one thing you like about that celebrity that you also like in yourself.
  • Cheating partner
    This could be because you have been cheated on in the past or in your current relationship. However, this is not always the case. It could also be because of other things like your job or friends that make you feel cheated out of time. This kind of dream has a positive meaning as long as you wake up from it and are not mad at your partner.
  • You cheated
    Licensed psychotherapist and owner of The Flow & Ease Healing Center Eliza Boquin said, “My experience with these types of dreams is there is often some doubt about the other person’s loyalty or the safety of the relationship, most often emotional.” 

    She even added dream is a place where we often face an issue that we are not willing to confront during waking hours.
  • Falling teeth
    This may be the symbolism of your pent-up emotions or a dream associated with changes.
  • Being chased
    This depends on what or who chases you. If you are being chased by a monster, it could mean that the monster is the symbol of your addiction or debt in real life.

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