You are one of those people who usually have repetitive dreams but don’t you just understand its meaning? If your answer is yes, maybe this reading could help you.
Interpretation of dreams: a world to discover
the dream analysis it is an important tool when we want to understand a problem of the current situation of a person, because through dreams, the brain sends clues which, knowing-interpreting and being able to put them together, as if it it was a puzzle, they can lead us to understand the why of a discomfort present in our life that we may not yet be aware or do not fully understand.
Recurring dreams: analyze their characteristics
Do you often dream of a particular situation? I remember a patient who often dreamed that she felt the urgent need to go to urinate, but when looking for the toilet, it was not available or was dirty; other times he saw them in ruins, and others with the water in the reservoir and in very poor condition being impossible to use. Sometimes the urgency was so great that he still used them, but most of the time he left with desire. This constant repetition of his dream began to unsettle him because he did not understand the why of them.
Dreams that evoke images, textures, colors and flavors
Think for a moment about a dream you had that worried you: Have you noticed the colors in your dreams? Did you smell (pleasant or unpleasant, as in the case of a dirty toilet) or flavors, or perhaps touched something that you felt very sweet or maybe even listened to your favorite song? …
In dreams, in addition to our senses come into play, the emotions, which are fundamental to understanding the message. And this is where the key to understanding dreams lies: knowing how to understand the emotions that, between the interaction with objects or people, awaken in our being.
What elements are present in your dream? In the case of the toilet person, there were several elements that, although not the same, are repeated: such as the urge to urinate, dirty toilets, not being able to use them and staying with the toilet. ‘envy, were elements that were always present, even though the scene took place in different places.
Can you identify some of these repeating elements in your dreams? He tries to do it, and if he succeeds he is on the right track to analyze his. recurring dreams. How do these elements that you have identified interact in your dreams? Let’s come back to the patient’s case: she wanted to use the toilet but there was something outside of her that prevented her from doing so (they were in poor condition).
Now an important question: what do you think about the interaction of these elements in your dream? It may scare you, make you angry, or maybe make you happy … The person I mentioned was frustrated that there was a personal need (urge to go urinate) that he could not satisfy.
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Emotions and dreams
If you could identify your emotions and name them, the next step will be easier: Is there a situation in your current life that produces the same emotion?
Bring the emotions of your dreams to real life, compare them to what you are going through right now. Do you find any similarities between how you feel in your dream and what you feel in this particular situation you are living in? My patient discovered that he was going through a lot of anger with his head, but he was unable to say it for fear of losing his jobThis situation made him frustrated because “there was a personal need (expressing his anger and discomfort) that he could not satisfy”. When he finally found the message of his dream it did not happen again, because with a little help he found a way to express in his head the situations that did not seem to him and to my knowledge. , he still retains his work.
find it message that hides our dreams is not easy blemish, And maybe even need someone else’s support to find its meaning, but if we take the time to look for it, the result can be very useful in our lives because, only knowing exactly where we so. Tighten the shoe, that’s when we’ll do something about it.