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2 years 3 months ago #1 by dunadi

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  • I have recurring dreams. Several themes are recurring.
    1) Flying. I have mastered the flying in my dreams. That is my way of transport in my dreams. If I am in a problems or I want to move from one place to another, no matter what I am dreaming, I remember into the dream I can fly as I Have done it so many times, I push my head forward and upward and VOALA! I am flying. I guess now I fly in my dreams as easily as walking in waking hours.
    2) There is a guy that cares for me. It is always in my dreams, no matter what I am dreaming about, this unknown guy is there. I feel some attraction but I keep him afar as I am not sure who he is and what he wants. Yet, he seems to guard me, protect me. If I am in trouble I know will protect me. when I wake up, I feel so nice that some one have protected me and cared for me in my dreams. It feels me with love his presence in my dreams. Never spoken to him, never come close to him. Is not a lover. It is my age and always keeping distance.
    3) water, recurring, clam, blue waters but are sea waters, shallow but can see the bottom as the water are clear some times there are boats in it. Some times are not transparent but as normally the sea will look. very seldom have been chappy waters.

    my dreams are pretty colorful, vivid and I awake with the feelings felt in them. Intense feelings. The dreams are like movies with meaningful stories. I enjoy my dreams and look forward to this other planet I live in when I go to sleep. I fall asleep without any help from any chemical as it will cancel the dreams and brain activity. What ever is in my dreams sets the pace for my feelings and mood in waking hours. I think I am usually happy.
    Some times I have dreamed things that have come to happen but those are different, those have symbols with meaning only to me from my culture. These types of dreams "premonitory dreams or foretelling the future type of dreams (my immediate future) have been also regular for which I have come to the conclusion that we, humans have certain "antenna" to receive immediate future events. It seems to us now something weird because we have not identified the specific cells in our brain that are working as that "antenna" but it exist. As you may notice, I am not a l believer in the supernatural, Once we discover the antenna and learn to point it on the direction we want to investigate, other will be our history and future. May be we all will be able to make better choices.

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    2 years 2 months ago #2 by Stella

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  • Your ability to will yourself to fly in your dream is a form of lucid dreaming. You can learn more about it on this website at: dreamdoctor.com/do-it-yourself/3-do-it-y...ings/28-dreams-lucid

    Flying in dreams is a common symbol. Here's a link to its definition: dreamdoctor.com/component/dreams/?contro...&task=details&id=839

    The unknown man in your dream is also symbolic, probably someone you know or knew in your waking life. Given the role he plays in your dream, it could be your father or some other male figure who you feel is or will always be there to protect you.

    Water is a universal symbol for emotions in dreams. Here's a link to its definition on this website: dreamdoctor.com/component/dreams/?contro...task=details&id=1991

    Feelings in dreams are never disguised, so how you feel IN your dream is how you really feel about the dream's subject in your waking life.

    As for what you call "premonitory dreams", by which I think you mean precognitive dreams, they are impossible to prove. Dreams are symbolic expressions of our feelings, thoughts and awarenesses (intuition) about our waking life at the time we have them. It's far more likely that your intuition about your life is what is surfacing in your dreams. And, yes, you can direct yourself prior to going to sleep to "point your antennae" in any direction you choose. One thing is for certain, knowing what your dreams mean will help you make better decisions in your waking life.

    Dream on!

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    2 years 2 months ago #3 by AmandaKuper41

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  • I saw a dream in which there were wounds, some owies on my body. And I have seen this dream for several times now. After it I always wake up in a cold sweat. What may be the reason for this?

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    2 years 2 months ago #4 by Stella

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  • Wounds are a common dream symbol. Here's a link to its definition on this website: www.dreamdoctor.com/component/dreams/?co...task=details&id=2050

    How did you feel IN the dream? Feelings in dreams are never disguised, so how you feel IN your dream in how you feel about its subject in your waking life. Waking up in a cold sweat is often an symptom of fearful feelings in dreams.

    Also, recurring dreams are a reflection of unresolved feelings in your waking life. Try to identify where are you feeling emotionally attacked in your waking life. Once you identify that and address the waking life situation that generated it, this dream should go away.

    Hope that helps!
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