I dreamt I was sitting a test, naked, in my house, which didn’t really look like my house, my teeth were falling out, and I flew back to my ex-boyfriends place and drove my car into the sea while quoting nursery rhymes to my long dead grandmother.
Ever have dreams that seem to make no sense at all, in fact you are sure they are just tangled nonsensical nothings! Indeed some of them are better off just staying on the pillow after you wake up, but some are worth digging deeper for the rich treasure that can be found hidden with just a little bit of time and effort. Some of them can even change the direction you are heading or breathe fresh vision into the humdrum routine that your life can sometimes become.
The above dream may sound a little crazy, and I promise this one isn’t real, but these are some of the most common dreams that people have along with being chased, falling, snakes, spiders and bathroom dreams.
Having interpreted many, many dreams, I have found that the abovementioned crop up time and time again, and depending on the overall context have fairly similar meanings.
Everybody’s favourite are the flying dreams. These dreams can sometimes seem so realistic and even upon waking you feel exhilarated, a great sense of freedom and able to conquer anything! This is in fact often what they are saying. These dreams can give you a sense of supernatural power and can show spiritual intuition that helps you to gain a new or higher perspective. They can be showing you that you have great insight into things – a good overview of certain situations and an ability to be able to soar above difficult circumstances. Flying dreams often free you up in reality to come up with creative ideas in all aspects of your life, personally and professionally. They can begin to position you for the destiny you were created for and push you into reaching for the more, which may have previously seemed impossible.
If you or a friend have had some of these dreams and you are not sure exactly what they mean in your set of circumstances, please feel free to send them into www.dreams.org.nz and we will endeavour to help bring clarity and direction.
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