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4 years 9 months ago #1 by atlssr

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  • would you consider a dream of my great aunt's home as a setting to be a recurrent dream? how about it an aspect of one dream reminds me of a previous dream? when asked if i am current age or younger, how much younger do you mean? if my children are babies in the dream would i be considered younger? why can't i select people in selection process of mom, dad, son, daughter? do i just pick family? what about ex-spouse? should i select ex-lover?
    sorry so many questions that seem to ramble! :woohoo:

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    4 years 9 months ago #2 by dreamdoctor

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  • Answers to your questions about the Dream Wizard are below. In the future, please use the contact form on this site. The link is: www.dreamdoctor.com/contact/general-info.html

    A recurring dream is one that for the most part is the same. Some facets of the dream may change such as the location, but the "story" is basically the same from dream to dream.

    The question about the age of the dreamer in the dream (current age, older, younger) relates to how the dreamer saw him/herself in the dream. If you were the dreamer, were you your current age (more or less), older (by years), or younger (by years)? If others are older or younger than they currently are, that is no reflection on you in the dream, but it is on them. When you get to the question about Key People, there are selections such a "child - younger." If you can't find an exact answer, select the one that is closest. There is helpful guidance on each page.

    All Dream Wizard choices are gender neutral. So, instead of mother/father, please enter parent. Instead of husband/wife, please enter spouse. Instead of brother/sister, please enter sibling. Instead of ex-husband/ex-wife, please select ex-spouse, etc. If you want to indicate a group of people because no one in particular stood out in your dream, there are many options such as family, co-workers, friends, etc. For more guidance on that page, just place your cursor over the list of possibilities to the right of the 3 entry boxes and more details will appear.

    Hope that helps!

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    4 years 9 months ago - 4 years 6 months ago #3 by henri

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  • I heard that recurring dreams are there to tackle a common issue in our life, like trying to get the point across to us? I read it somewhere on dreamdictionarynow , but I can't remember exactly the page sorry.

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    4 years 9 months ago #4 by CC

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  • Exactly, Henri. Dreams reoccur because an emotional or physiological issue persists in our life, often because we haven't dealt with it. Here's a link to the definition of recurring dreams on this website: www.dreamdoctor.com/daily-dream/recurring-dreams.html

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