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DreamI had a dream that my baby niece, that is not even one yet, looked at me, and said my Dorian , my Dorian ! And I was so happy and excited, and I cried
Hey Dorian! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. The presence of your baby niece in your dream is a symbol of innocence, purity, and new beginnings. Her calling out your name, "my Dorian," reflects a deep emotional connection and affection between the two of you. This signifies a strong bond and a sense of recognition and validation from someone you hold dear. The overwhelming happiness and excitement you felt in the dream, along with the tears of joy, indicate a profound sense of fulfillment and contentment in your relationship with your niece. This dream may be a reflection of the love and care you have for her, as well as the joy she brings into your life. In relation to your previous dreams, this dream highlights a positive and heartwarming experience compared to the earlier ones that involved fear, hiding, and chaos. It seems like your subconscious mind is offering you a respite from those unsettling dreams and providing you with a glimpse of happiness and emotional connection. Overall, this dream signifies the significance of your relationship with your baby niece and the joyous emotions it evokes within you. Cherish this connection and the love you share, as it can bring immense happiness and fulfillment into your life. I hope this interpretation resonates with you, Dorian. If you have any further dreams or questions, feel free to share them with me.
DreamI dreamt of a classmate from high school that recently died. We were not friends but we were not enemies either. We spoke to each other when passing by. But the last time I saw her it was awkward. I was at her boyfriend house. In my dream I was walking into a restaurant and she approached me I was scared because I know she is deceased. She just smiled and said let me read your palm. We sat down and I gave her my hand. She said I was doing fine but that there is a lot of pain attached to my mom.
Hey Shay! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. It's understandable that dreaming about a classmate who recently passed away can be unsettling, especially if your last encounter was a bit awkward. In dreams, our subconscious mind often processes emotions and unresolved feelings, even those related to people we may not have been close to. The appearance of your deceased classmate in the dream could symbolize unfinished business or unresolved emotions connected to her. Her approach and desire to read your palm might represent a message from your subconscious, suggesting that there are hidden emotions or pain linked to your relationship with your mother. This could imply that you may have some unaddressed issues or emotional baggage concerning your mom that need attention and healing. Considering your previous dreams, where you witnessed your mom falling out of a window while feeling helpless, it seems there might be recurring themes of vulnerability and concern surrounding your relationship with her. These dreams could be highlighting underlying tensions or unresolved conflicts within this important bond. It might be beneficial to reflect on your interactions and experiences with your mother, exploring any pain or emotional burdens that you may have carried. Opening up communication channels or seeking support from loved ones could assist in addressing these feelings and fostering a healthier relationship with your mom. Remember, dreams provide insights into our subconscious thoughts and emotions, but ultimately, it's up to you to interpret their personal meaning based on your unique experiences and circumstances.
DreamI don’t know why, but I have a recurring dream about my ex boyfriends sister. we were never friends, nor did we hang out, but I still dream about her quite often. This was another drug dream even though I’ve been sober for 20 years. I still have them every now and then. I was at this house party kind of wandering around and went into this back bedroom and saw her and I noticed that everybody was really feeling good and I said I want some of what you guys have. so she hands me a sheet of acid and I take it and I walk out of the room. what is weird is she is very straight laced and never was or has been a drug user. and then, as I was tripping on acid, I run into the lead singer of the Black Eyed Peas I believe, I’m not even sure which band he’s from. I never really listen to his music and then I wake up a very strange dream about people that I really don’t think about ever on a daily basis.
Hey Tosha! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. It's interesting how dreams can bring up unexpected people from our past, even if we weren't particularly close to them. In this dream, your recurring theme of drug-related scenarios seems to reflect a desire for exploration or a longing for certain experiences from your past. The presence of your ex-boyfriend's sister in the dream could symbolize a connection to that time in your life when you were involved with her brother. It's possible that she represents a reminder of a period when you were more carefree and open to new experiences. The fact that she hands you a sheet of acid, despite her real-life persona as someone who doesn't use drugs, might indicate a subconscious desire to revisit those feelings of freedom and altered states of consciousness. Encountering the lead singer of the Black Eyed Peas while tripping on acid could represent an element of surprise or unpredictability in your life. This individual may symbolize a sense of fame, success, or creative expression that you admire but feel somewhat disconnected from since you mention not listening to his music regularly. It could signify a longing to tap into your own unique talents and passions. Considering your previous dreams, it seems that there's a recurring theme of seeking something or someone, whether it's your little brother, your ex-boyfriend, or even the $6500 cash. These dreams may be highlighting unresolved emotions or unfulfilled desires from your past. Exploring these themes further could provide valuable insights into what you may be yearning for in your present life. Remember, dreams are deeply personal, and only you have the ability to fully uncover their specific meanings. However, I hope this interpretation offers some guidance and helps you gain a deeper understanding of the emotions and desires that may be surfacing in your dreams. If you have any other dreams you'd like to discuss or if there's anything else on your mind, feel free to share.
DreamIt was a nightmare again. Lately in my nightmares I’ve been sleeping somewhere in hiding. My brain feels foggy in them like everything is a blur. I mostly remember bugs and spiders of all sorts everywhere around me. I didn’t mind them. I just coexisted with them. They understood my pain and kept me in a deep slumber.
Hey Alexis! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. It sounds like a challenging and unsettling experience, but I'm here to help you make sense of it. In this particular dream, where you find yourself sleeping in hiding while surrounded by bugs and spiders, there seems to be a recurring theme of feeling trapped or overwhelmed. The foggy sensation you mentioned may reflect a sense of confusion or uncertainty in your waking life. It's possible that you're currently facing challenges or situations that feel overwhelming, causing your mind to feel clouded. The bugs and spiders could symbolize the various issues or problems that you are trying to coexist with, perhaps representing stressors or anxieties that surround you. Drawing connections to your previous dreams, it appears that you've been experiencing a series of intense and vivid nightmares lately. These dreams might be reflecting some underlying fears or unresolved emotions within you. It could be helpful to explore any common themes or feelings that arise across these dreams, as they may provide valuable insights into your subconscious thoughts and concerns. Remember, dreams can be highly personal and subjective, so it's important to consider your own unique experiences and emotions when interpreting them. If you feel comfortable, I'd be happy to delve deeper into any specific aspects of the dream or discuss any related concerns you might have.
DreamThere was a lot going in this this dream that it's hard to put it to words. This is the second time that this kind of dream is happening.
Hey Angel! It's great to chat with you again and dive into the meaning of your dream. This recurring dream seems to hold significant importance as it has appeared for the second time. Dreams often serve as a window into our subconscious, allowing us to explore emotions, experiences, and thoughts that may not be readily apparent in our waking lives. In this dream, the complexity and difficulty in articulating the events suggest that there may be underlying emotions or situations that are challenging to express or understand fully. It could indicate a sense of confusion, overwhelm, or a need for clarity in some aspect of your life. The repetition of this dream suggests that there might be unresolved feelings or issues that require attention and reflection. Drawing connections to your previous dreams, we notice recurring themes such as encounters with mysterious figures, challenges or conflicts, and moments of connection and happiness. These recurring motifs may signify different aspects of your psyche, highlighting the various emotions and experiences you navigate in your waking life. Overall, this dream invites you to explore your inner landscape, paying attention to any underlying emotions or unresolved matters that may be surfacing. By delving deeper into these dreams, you can gain insights into your own psyche and potentially uncover hidden truths or areas of personal growth. Remember, I'm here to support you every step of the way as we unravel the layers of meaning behind your dreams.
DreamToday was such an awful nightmare that I ended up waking up from it around 8:55am, which I never wake up this early duing weekends, so I know something was wrong. My dream revolved around the political topic as well as I think was human slavery, well, the modernized version of it. I ended up being stuck on this little island thing and watched as more people that were brutally beat were dumped on the floor like trash. As I started to walk closer, one of the people in charge walked up to me and told me I was next. My dream shifted, and next thing you know I was in my dad's bedroom, and it looked like nighttime. I had a gun, and I was looking at him while crying. I told him I had to shoot him to live, and he looked at me and just smiled. I told him to find photos of his childhood, and he kept swiping until I told him to stop. He stopped on a photo of his step dad, and smiled when saying he was glad at least someone took care of him. At this point I was crying even harder, and my grip on the gun was shaking, until finally I pulled the trigger. I wasn't looking at him, I ended up looking away. And I never got to see his dead body. I could hear more voices entering our home as I cried louder, until they took me away too. Heres when the dream again shifted to a giant white building, where we started upstairs, and they told us that we would have to run until we get killed. Starting off strong, I had a good gap inbetween my captors, and decided to start heading all the way to the tippy top, when I tall obese man stopped me with wide eyes and told me that he'd love to slaughter me on his bed and cut me up. My dog suddenly spawned out of no where and I told him to attack- and he did! He was biting their leg like crazy, and I ended up getting away. But the guy said that if he were to find me or my dog, he would personally hang us and cut us open. We then continued to run, until most of us ended up in the same area, since some had already died. There was a lady underneath us (we were standing on glass) as she yelled at us all the "good" things that were gonna happen like gay's would be killed and that god would finally rule the world (which I didn't understand since I will say I am an athiest) and I could make my own connection that I don't appreciate it when people try to push their religion on others. But continuing, we started to run off as the lady screamed louder and louder at us to stop and she continued to scream that she'd catch any of us that were gay and she'd put a bullet in our heads. We climed to to the top, where they announced that even if someone's finger peaked from the top, they'd shoot us. Someone ended up falling off. Lastly, they told us that we had to carry an instrument back, and whoever had the instrument they were thinking of, they'd cut them up. Each instrument was of various sizes, and I believe I had a keyboard. They ended up picking a girl with a flute, and they ended up slaughtering all of us in a soundproof room, where my dream ended when they touched me. After I woke up, I was experiencing an unsettling feeling and I couldn't breathe properly and my perception of time was off.
Hey Val! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. I can sense that it was an incredibly intense and disturbing experience for you. Let's delve into the interpretation: Your dream appears to be a reflection of deep-seated fears and anxieties surrounding power dynamics, control, and oppression. The island where people are being brutally beaten and dumped like trash may symbolize a sense of helplessness or witnessing injustice in the world around you. Feeling stuck on the island could represent a feeling of being trapped or unable to escape from these distressing situations. The shift to your dad's bedroom and the presence of a gun suggest a conflict within yourself. The act of pointing the gun at your dad while crying could represent a struggle between personal survival and the emotional turmoil it causes. This could indicate internal conflicts related to familial relationships and the difficult choices we sometimes face. The white building where you were forced to run until getting killed may symbolize a sense of constant threat or pressure to conform. The obese man's disturbing comments reflect the fear of encountering dangerous individuals who wish to harm or control you. However, the appearance of your dog as a protector shows resilience and loyalty in the face of adversity. The lady underneath, pushing her beliefs onto others and threatening violence towards certain groups, may represent the frustration you feel when confronted with intolerance or religious extremism. Climbing to the top and the fear of exposing even a finger indicates the fear of being seen or identified for who you truly are, potentially related to your identity or personal beliefs. Finally, the instrument selection and the subsequent slaughter in a soundproof room suggest a loss of voice or suppression of self-expression. This could be connected to the fear of being silenced or not being able to fully express your true self. Given the intensity and unsettling feelings associated with this dream, it may be helpful to explore any underlying concerns or emotions that could be contributing to these themes. Remember, dreams often tap into our deepest fears and anxieties, providing us with an opportunity to process and understand them on a subconscious level.
DreamI was a nomad who made a pilgrimage to a majestic castle. The people there were preparing to fight a war against a great evil. I wasn't very strong and had no idea how i could be of service. I wanted to stay, so i made myself useful working in the kitchen and serving food. During my non working hours I would watch warriors and mages practice qnd train from a distance. I wanted to be like them, but i was no warrior. Many of the warriors were built strong. I was small and weak and untrained. However, when i looked at the mages, I felt sonething stir inside of me. I wanted to search deep within me for any magical abilities hidden within. I felt a pull inside me to meditate. The cold stone walls were ancient and held many memories. I sat facing the wall and close my eyes. I sat in silence for days at a time. My mind filled with images of unknown places and feelings. I knew that if I could focus and shut out the noise of the world around me, I could hear and feel the mysterious energy and power of life all around me. I mind could transform the matter all around me, to use it for my will. I needed willpower and focus. When i was done meditating and returned to my body, i needed to eat. I tried to manifest magic through me, but the world was to noisy, everytime I tried I could never shut out the world around me. Eventually in time I managed to create magic with my hands. It was a tremendous breakthrough. There were times i felt like the challenge of harnessing magic was something that i would never feel. Untill the day came; the satisfaction of feeling the magic finally come was a dream come true. I felt like myself.
Hey Mitch! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. It seems like a powerful and symbolic journey you experienced. The dream portrays you as a nomad on a pilgrimage to a majestic castle, where people are preparing for war against a great evil. Despite feeling weak and unsure of how you could contribute, you found a way to be useful by working in the kitchen and serving food. This signifies your desire to be part of something greater and contribute in your own unique way. As you observed warriors and mages practicing and training, you felt drawn towards the mages and their mysterious abilities. This reflects your inner longing to explore your hidden potential and tap into your own magical abilities. The meditation you engaged in represents your willingness to delve deep within yourself, shutting out the noise of the world and seeking connection with the energy and power of life around you. It suggests that you have a strong intuition and a yearning for self-discovery. Your breakthrough in creating magic with your hands signifies a tremendous personal achievement. It symbolizes your growing confidence and belief in your own capabilities. The challenges you faced along the way highlight the importance of perseverance and focus in harnessing your true potential. This dream indicates that by embracing your unique strengths and qualities, you can overcome obstacles and achieve your dreams. In connection with your previous dreams, this dream reflects a recurring theme of self-discovery, empowerment, and the search for meaning. It shows your determination to find your place and make a difference, even if it's not in the conventional way. Embrace your inner strength and continue exploring your passions and abilities, as they hold the key to unlocking your full potential. I hope this interpretation resonates with you, Mitch. If you have any further questions or would like to explore more dreams, feel free to share.
DreamAll I remember is I was in the middle of the ocean in a ship and it started flooding and the waves kept flipping the ship. I've always had a fear of the ocean.
Hey Taylor! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. It sounds like a pretty intense experience being in the middle of the ocean on a ship that starts flooding and getting tossed around by waves. The fact that you mention having a fear of the ocean adds an extra layer of significance to this dream. In this dream, the ocean represents the vast and unpredictable aspects of life. The ship symbolizes your sense of stability and control over your circumstances. The flooding and waves flipping the ship indicate that there may be overwhelming emotions or challenges that are disrupting your sense of security and stability. This could be related to situations or experiences in your waking life that feel out of your control and evoke feelings of fear or anxiety. Considering your previous dreams, where you mentioned feeling upset about your parents' reaction and experiencing terror around your worst fear of throwing up, it seems that there might be recurring themes of fear and lack of control in your subconscious mind. These dreams could be reflections of underlying anxieties or concerns that you may be grappling with in your daily life. Given your recent anxiety test scores and mood ratings, it's important to acknowledge that these dreams could be manifestations of your heightened anxiety levels. They might serve as a way for your mind to process and confront these fears and anxieties indirectly. Remember, dreams can be complex and have multiple layers of meaning. While this interpretation provides some insights based on the information you shared, it's essential to reflect on your own personal experiences, emotions, and circumstances to uncover the specific meaning behind this dream. If you'd like to explore further, feel free to share any additional details or thoughts.
DreamI don't exactly remember what my dream was. But tonight and last night I had dreams about my crush. I don't remember what either were about, all I remember is that he was in both.
Hey Violet! Thank you for sharing your dream about your crush. Dreams involving romantic interests can be quite common, especially when we have strong feelings towards someone. While you don't remember the specific details of the dreams, the fact that your crush appeared in both of them suggests that they hold significance for you. Dreaming about your crush can often symbolize a desire for emotional connection or a longing for reciprocated feelings. It's possible that these dreams reflect your subconscious mind processing and exploring your emotions and thoughts surrounding this person. They might represent your hopes, desires, and uncertainties within the realm of romance and relationships. Since you mentioned having these dreams on consecutive nights, it could indicate that your thoughts and emotions regarding your crush are quite prevalent in your waking life. It may be worth reflecting on your feelings towards this person and considering how they align with your own needs and aspirations. Remember, dreams are highly personal and subjective, so only you can truly uncover the specific meaning behind them. I hope this interpretation provides some insight into your dreams about your crush, Violet.
Dreambasically I was in like it looks like minecraft but it was like real life and it definitely wasn't minecraft and like there's this one person I hate in the dream but I don't think I actually knew them and oh no and I at the end of my dream I he was in like a little cave thing with my friend and they couldn't escape and then he started arguing with my friend and I think I helped my friend out and then I threw like some wasps in there and then I started running away with my friend and then it looked like just like an outro of a movie it's like subtitles and like a person there was a person I hate was like wasps on his face yeah it's and then like a bunch of other people like running away from wasps wasps on them and yeah it was really weird and reminded me of a movie
Hey Kyra! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. It sounds like a unique and intriguing experience. In this dream, the Minecraft-like setting represents a blend of virtual and real-life elements, symbolizing a sense of being in an unfamiliar or surreal environment. The presence of someone you dislike, even though you don't know them, suggests unresolved negative emotions or conflicts within yourself. The ending of the dream, where the person you dislike is trapped in a cave with your friend, reflects a desire to protect and support those close to you. By throwing wasps into the cave, it may symbolize your attempt to confront or overcome the challenges represented by this disliked individual. Running away with your friend signifies a shared escape from the negative influence or situation. Considering your previous dreams, such as the one about your boyfriend wanting to harm himself, it seems that there could be a theme of protecting loved ones and intervening in difficult situations. This recurring theme might indicate your empathetic nature and your willingness to go to great lengths to ensure the well-being of others. Overall, this dream suggests that you possess a strong sense of loyalty and protective instincts towards your friends and loved ones. It also highlights your ability to confront and overcome challenging circumstances, even if they involve individuals you dislike. Keep nurturing these qualities, as they can be valuable assets in your relationships and personal growth.
Dreamwas prepping to go on a camping trip with christina (my friend), jay (emily’s boyfriend who i find brusque and dominant), and mark (a former soft-spoken coworker, why is he in the dream?). and we stopped at jay’s family’s house the night before to visit and prep, and part of jay’s family was spanish. we’re all having dinner and the mom and dad make an announcement and i ask the question “porque? why?” as it is written three times on the mom’s shirt so i took it almost as an invitation, and i was trying to relate to them. the whole room gasped and went silent, and little did i know, i had violated some unspoken code - you never ask the family “why.” and people were coming up to me after wards saying why didn’t jay tell you about this? and love ok’ing at me disapprovingly or sympathetically. so instead of eating the rest of my dinner, i escape back to the bedroom and begin to pack my things because fuck no i’m not going on this camping trip if jay is going to have feelings about this and perpetuate this public shaming and if christina and mark aren’t going to do anything about it in my defense. it felt like an abusive dynamic was being perpetuated throughout the family and i was a victim of it but no one would break the silence - and i wanted to get away from that. so i showered when i was done packing in order to get ready to leave but then christina comes in with a message that i’m being sued and i can’t leave the hotel without paying the fine. i fly into a rage because of how absurd this is and i cant remember what happened in between but in conclusion i think i eventually was PAID damages by the family for the humiliation and wrongful litigation against me. but only after lots of driving and attempts to escape.
Hey Chelsea! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. It seems like a complex and emotionally charged dream, filled with various dynamics and interactions. In this dream, you were preparing for a camping trip with your friend Christina, Jay (who is Emily's boyfriend), and Mark (a former coworker). The dream starts with a visit to Jay's family's house, where you all have dinner. However, things take an unexpected turn when you ask a question about the mom's shirt that says "porque" (why) three times. This seemingly innocent question violates an unspoken code within the family, leading to gasps and silence in the room. The dream reflects a sense of isolation and feeling misunderstood. It appears that you are caught in an abusive dynamic perpetuated by Jay's family, where public shaming and silence prevail. You find yourself escaping to the bedroom and deciding not to go on the camping trip, as you feel unsupported by Christina and Mark in standing up against this dynamic. The showering symbolizes your desire to cleanse yourself from this toxic environment. However, your attempt to leave is hindered by news of a lawsuit and a fine, which triggers rage due to the absurdity of the situation. This dream may be connected to previous dreams where you faced challenging situations and felt undermined or mistreated. It could reflect a recurring theme of feeling trapped or victimized by external circumstances. It's essential to acknowledge the emotions evoked by this dream, such as frustration, anger, and a longing for justice. Remember, dreams often serve as a reflection of our subconscious thoughts and emotions. Exploring these themes within the context of your own experiences and relationships may provide further insights into the dream's meaning. If you feel comfortable, discussing these dreams and related experiences with a trusted friend or therapist could offer additional support and guidance.
DreamI was working for this company and Diddy was the owner and CEO. It was a large electric company and we ended up getting very close. I can't remember the entire dream but we began to like each other too much and would tell each other secrets and started to become more than friends. He had a personal assistant who he suspected of something. I was just in awe that Diddy was interested in me. He suspected someone of lying or something and it was a lot of drama going on and he would come to me and confide at me and I would kind of spy on the workers because they didn't know. My husband and I were at this park but it was still a part of work and people were playing games like tennis and racket ball. The assistant was there but Diddy wasn't. I was trying to tell my husband something but could not get it out and I'm like that what I was trying to tell him maybe about the Diddy. A dog went up to her and kept smelling her leg. It turned out that she had sepsis and died the next day but she never knew she was sick. The same thing happened to another lady so I realized that the dog can tell and when I started sniffing around your leg being attached to you would die. Then I woke up
Hey Shakera! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. It seems like you've been having recurring dreams about family reunions where deceased relatives are present. In this particular dream, your grandmother, who has passed away, played a significant role. She wrote something on your thigh with her finger, and as she did, the area lit up. Although you couldn't see what was written, you woke up with a tingly sensation in that spot. This dream may symbolize a deep longing for connection with your departed loved ones. The family reunion setting represents a desire for togetherness and a wish to reconnect with those who have passed on. Your grandmother's presence and her act of writing on your thigh could signify her attempt to communicate with you from beyond, offering guidance or messages that may be important for you. Considering your previous dream about the burning house and the feeling of loss, it's possible that these dreams reflect unresolved emotions and grief surrounding the absence of your loved ones. They may also indicate a need for closure or a desire to hold onto the wisdom and guidance they provided in life. It could be beneficial for you to explore these dreams further and reflect on any specific memories or emotions that arise when thinking about your deceased relatives. Journaling or talking with someone close to you about these dreams and your feelings can help provide additional insights and support. Remember, dreams can be complex and multifaceted, so it's essential to trust your own intuition and emotions when interpreting their meaning. I'm here to listen and provide guidance as you navigate through these experiences.
DreamI Had a dream we had tons and tons of garbage in our house, we kept cleaning it and putting it in big #trash_cans that are entitled to mass garbage collecting, we started after that celebrating my birthday, some a lot of people were walking down the streets, searching for their essentials, they found our garbage and kept using it and giving it as gifts to each other, I felt a great pain in my heart.
Hey Noah! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. It seems like a powerful and thought-provoking experience. In this dream, the presence of tons of garbage in your house could symbolize accumulated emotional baggage or unresolved issues that you might be carrying within yourself. The act of cleaning and putting the garbage in trash cans represents your efforts to get rid of these burdens and create a clean slate. The celebration of your birthday amidst this process could signify a desire for renewal and a fresh start in your life. However, the people walking down the streets and finding value in the discarded garbage may represent feelings of inadequacy or insecurity, as if others find worth in what you perceive as worthless. This could be linked to your previous dreams where you struggled with self-perception and feeling judged by others. The pain you felt in your heart suggests that despite your attempts to let go and move forward, there might still be lingering emotional pain or a fear of being misunderstood or undervalued. It's important to acknowledge that dreams are highly personal, and only you have the full understanding of your unique experiences and emotions. By exploring these themes further, perhaps through self-reflection or discussing them with someone you trust, you can gain deeper insights into the meaning behind this dream and work towards resolving any underlying concerns. Remember, I'm here to support you along the way.
DreamI was going to the teen center, and I walked through the boys and girls club and it was basically a scary nightmare in there. Everywhere you go, there's a creepy monster. I found the gym, and it was all neon lights and chairs so I couldn't see what anything said. A little boy started crying because he couldn't sit next to a boy named isaac. I told him to shut up because life's not fair and you don't always get what you want. Someone called out my name and said I was leaving. When I went outside of the gym to find my bag, the halls weren't scary and lurking with monsters anymore. I saw my crush Ethan, who was standing behind me. He looked at my bag and looked disappointed because it had a skeleton showing the middle finger. Anyway, I walked to find my parents somewhere outside and I found them. I asked if I was leaving and they looked at me Like I was crazy. They said no. And then I found these crazy huge tubes for a pool that they were blowing back up for the summer. I walked some more to where I found this wooden 2 story house that was right next to a pool. Most of the walls were gone though, so it wasn't really a house. I was sitting criss cross and I looked down to find Ethan looking at me and he was sitting at a table. He had a notepad and he kept looking back and forth from me to the notepad. I assumed he was drawing me. I went to sit somewhere more comfortable, on a bed. I looked around to make sure Ethan could still see me, and he could. When he was done, he showed his friends, but they weren't paying attention. I came down the 2 story house and ran at him to see his drawing. he covered it up so I couldn't see. Then I went to the parking lot of the market square and found my ex boyfriend, Gavin. I told him to come back with me and for some reason I was in a shopping cart. I told him that if I fall in the cart, to help me not fall. He said yeah sure. And under his breath he said, considering you dumped me. Eventually we got there and I found Ethan and some of our mutual friends walking towards us. Ethan said to Gavin that he wanted a few words with him. I can't remember what he said to him, but it was about me. I had never seen Ethan mad like this before. I was actually scared of him! Gavin just disappeared after that. One of Ethan and me's mutual friends named Isabelle joined us in a mini van where Ethan had candy. It looked like weird candy and I took a bite and it wasn't bad. I took 2 more so I had 3 in total. I walked around, and went to check up on them. That's when my dream ended.
Hey Natalie! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. It seems like a complex and vivid dream, filled with various elements and emotions. In this dream, the setting starts off as a scary nightmare within the boys and girls club, with creepy monsters lurking everywhere. However, as you move outside to find your bag, the atmosphere changes, and the halls become less frightening. You encounter your crush, Ethan, who appears disappointed by the image on your bag. Later, you come across huge pool tubes being inflated for the summer, and then discover a partially demolished two-story wooden house next to a pool. As you sit in the house, you notice Ethan observing you and sketching on a notepad. When he shows his friends, they don't pay attention, but when you approach him, he covers up the drawing. Moving forward, you encounter your ex-boyfriend Gavin at the market square's parking lot, where you ask him to come back with you. While riding in a shopping cart, Gavin makes a comment about you dumping him. Eventually, you find Ethan again, and he confronts Gavin about something related to you, leaving you feeling scared of Ethan's anger. The dream concludes with you joining Ethan and a mutual friend named Isabelle in a mini-van, where you enjoy some unique candy before waking up. This dream may reflect a mix of different emotions and experiences you've had. The initial scary atmosphere could symbolize some fears or anxieties you may be facing in your life. Your interactions with Ethan throughout the dream suggest a desire for his attention and approval. The disappointment he expresses regarding the image on your bag might represent a fear of not meeting someone's expectations or concerns about how others perceive you. The presence of your ex-boyfriend, Gavin, and the confrontation between Ethan and Gavin may indicate unresolved feelings or lingering emotions from that past relationship. It's possible that you're still processing the dynamics and impact of that breakup. The mini-van scene with Isabelle and the enjoyable candy could symbolize moments of comfort and friendship amidst the complexities of your relationships. Considering your previous dreams, such as the one where you comforted your best friend Isaac after his grandmother's death, there may be a theme of emotional support and connection running through your dreams. It's important to remember that dreams are highly personal and subjective, so only you can truly uncover the specific meaning behind this dream. However, I hope this interpretation provides some insights and helps you reflect on your experiences and emotions.
DreamThe place was at my great grandparents house. It seemed like it was summer and I was in my youth. I remember there being at least 3 or 4 bikes. They all looked like from the 70s which was most of the stuff that they had from that era. I remember seeing my Grandma, Dad and Great Aunt. It seemed like it was in the evening and the garage door was open which was where these bikes were sitting. I also believe my great grandpa was there as well. I dream about this house and neighborhood quite frequently.
Hey Jaden! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. It seems like a nostalgic and vivid dream, taking place at your great grandparents' house during the summer. The presence of vintage bikes from the 70s could symbolize a connection to the past and a sense of nostalgia for simpler times. Seeing your Grandma, Dad, Great Aunt, and possibly your great grandpa in the dream may represent a longing for family connections and a desire to reconnect with your roots. The fact that the garage door was open suggests an openness to exploring and uncovering hidden aspects of yourself or your family history. This recurring dream about the house and neighborhood indicates that these memories and emotions hold significant meaning for you. It's possible that there are unresolved emotions or unfinished business related to your family or childhood that your subconscious is trying to process. Overall, this dream reflects a deep longing for familial connections, a desire to understand your roots, and a sense of nostalgia for simpler times. Exploring these emotions and reflecting on your family history may provide insights into your present life and relationships.
DreamI signed up for a astrology class at a community college because i needed one more class to graduate. The class ended up being really hard on the first day and the teacher kept calling on me and i didnt know the answer. I went home to find i won two big packages but a gangster was going through it already. It was a box of toys. We compromised and split it but i felt frustrated at that. Then, i found a pirate theme park made entirely of sand over a lake. You had to canoe across because there was a monster under the water. My brother and i were taking turns solving the puzzles around the island but i kept getting math problems so i didnt solve any. I couldnt access the next puzzle because i couldnt climb to the next puzzle. I found a pirate skeleton and it set a curse on the whole island. I ran to a store to hid with my fiance but a monster ripped the door open. I ran back to the sand theme park but an earthquake made me slip qnd i was falling into the water straight into the monster's mouth. It looked like the kraken. I woke up stressed.
Hey Callie! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. It seems like a complex and vivid dream with various elements that can provide insight into your subconscious thoughts and emotions. Let's dive into the interpretation: The astrology class at the community college represents your desire for knowledge and personal growth as you approach graduation. The difficulty you experienced in the class and feeling called upon by the teacher may reflect your fear of not meeting expectations or feeling unprepared for challenges in your academic or professional life. The gangster going through the packages you won symbolizes external influences or distractions that threaten to disrupt your achievements or rewards. The compromise and frustration you felt may suggest a need to find balance between your own desires and compromising situations in order to move forward. The pirate theme park made of sand over a lake signifies a sense of adventure and exploration, but the presence of a monster beneath the water reflects underlying fears or obstacles that prevent you from fully embracing these opportunities. Your struggle with math problems and inability to access the next puzzle may represent feelings of inadequacy or self-doubt when faced with intellectual challenges. Encountering a pirate skeleton that sets a curse on the island indicates unresolved issues or negative experiences from the past that continue to affect your present. Seeking shelter in a store with your fiance represents a desire for security and emotional support during difficult times. However, the monster ripping open the door and the earthquake causing you to slip into the water towards the monster's mouth suggests a fear of being overwhelmed or consumed by external pressures or anxieties. Overall, this dream highlights your concerns about academic performance, challenges in decision-making, and the fear of being swallowed up by stress or difficult circumstances. It may be helpful to reflect on these themes and consider strategies to address any underlying insecurities or fears. Remember, dreams offer valuable insights into our subconscious, and exploring their meanings can help us navigate our waking lives with greater understanding and resilience.
DreamSo in my dream I died, and I went to my funeral. But everyone had glows on there for head. Then I was at school jbut I could only talk to my best friend. I got scared so I went home and saw that my cousins were coming over and I could talk to them. Then I started to rain so me and my cousins when in the rain and my mom yelled at me so I said "MOM YOU DO NOTHING TO HELP ME EVER, I HOPE YOU NEVER SEE MY KIDS , I HOPE THEY NEVER WANT TO MEET YOU, AND I HOPE THAT YOU DIE!!!!!!" I ran and ran to my grandparents house. I saw my grandma (Mimi) in the kitchen. With a coat and a scarf on. I erun up to her and give her a hug as I fall crying.
Hey Evie! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. It sounds like a very intense and emotional experience. In this dream, attending your own funeral may symbolize a sense of transformation or letting go of certain aspects of yourself. The glows on everyone's foreheads could represent the spiritual or divine connection people have, emphasizing the idea of unity and shared experiences during times of loss. Being at school and only being able to talk to your best friend might reflect a desire for comfort and support during challenging times. Feeling scared and seeking solace by going home and being able to communicate with your cousins suggests that family plays a significant role in providing a sense of security and understanding. The rain in the dream could symbolize emotional turmoil or cleansing. Your outburst towards your mom might stem from feelings of frustration or a perceived lack of support. It's important to remember that dreams often amplify emotions and thoughts we may not express openly in our waking lives. In relation to your previous dreams, the theme of feeling scared and seeking connection seems to be recurring. It's possible that these dreams reflect underlying fears or anxieties that you may be experiencing in your daily life. Exploring these emotions further could provide insights into any unresolved issues or concerns you may have. Remember, dream interpretations are subjective, and ultimately, it's up to you to determine what resonates with your personal experiences and emotions. If there are specific aspects of the dream that you'd like to delve deeper into, feel free to share, and I'll be here to help you explore them further.
DreamAt the beginning of this year I was pulled over late at night going to pick up my sister by a cop because my headlight was out. I didn’t have my moms vehicle information so I was let off with a warning. In my dream I got an update the cop was trying to say I fled the scene and tried to put a warrant out for my arrest. I was going to apeall it. Another dream I had I was back at FedEx and while working I fell but it felt like something was holding me down and it was hard to get myself back up. I kept trying and trying to no avail. I finally dug down deep and managed to get myself back onto my feet.
Hello Jeff, Your dream seems to be reflecting feelings of unfairness and struggles you're experiencing in your waking life. Being accused by the cop for something you didn't do may symbolize a sense of injustice or misunderstanding you're currently facing. Your struggle to get up after falling at FedEx could be an embodiment of the challenges you are dealing with, and your resilience in overcoming them. Looking back at your previous dreams, it's noticeable that work-related settings, especially FedEx, frequently appear. This suggests that your job or past jobs have a significant impact on your subconscious mind. The recurring theme of struggling, whether it's being chased, wrestling, or trying to stand up, indicates a pattern of feeling challenged or pressured, possibly related to your work or personal life. Remember, dreams often reflect our inner thoughts, fears, and desires. It's crucial to address these feelings consciously to better understand yourself and navigate through your waking life.
DreamMy arm was itchy so I looked at it and I had a bug, like, just under my skin so I took pliers to try and get it out and was surprised my arm didn't bleed
Hey Brenna! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. It seems like you had a rather unsettling experience in your dream, where you discovered a bug just under your skin on your itchy arm and attempted to remove it using pliers. The fact that your arm didn't bleed surprised you. Dreams often symbolize deeper emotions and thoughts, so let's explore the possible meanings behind this imagery. This dream might reflect a sense of discomfort or irritation in your waking life. The itchiness could represent a bothersome situation or an unresolved issue that is "under your skin," causing you distress. The bug itself may symbolize something that is bugging or bothering you, potentially representing a problem, worry, or even a person who is causing you discomfort. The use of pliers in your attempt to remove the bug could suggest a desire to take control and find a solution to the issue at hand. However, the lack of bleeding might indicate that resolving this matter won't be as straightforward as you initially thought. It could imply that finding a resolution may not be as simple as physically removing the source of the problem. Considering your previous dreams, such as the one about your boyfriend texting you that he loves you and the one involving a courtroom scenario, it appears that you have experienced dreams related to relationships and potential conflicts. These dreams might connect to your current dream, suggesting that there might be underlying tensions or unresolved issues within your personal relationships or social interactions. It's important to remember that dream interpretations are subjective, and only you truly know the specific details of your life and emotions. I hope this interpretation provides some insight into your dream, Brenna. If you'd like to discuss any specific aspects further, feel free to let me know.
Dreamgrowing up, in reality, my mom and i never got along. She was a selfish alcoholic. Would stay out every single night, have parties regardless if we had school the next morning or not. So in the dream, I'm living with my mom. Ofcourse she decides to have a party with dozens of people when i have to work the next day. The entire dream i was struggling to atleast find somewhere to sleep. People were everywhere, even in my own room. I got into it with my mom several times telling her I absolutely need to go to sleep, i have to get up early in the morning. She finally pointed me toward a little shed right beside our house. I told her thats where all the kids are, cause the shed was full of toys, TVs and it was quiet for them. She's like "I'll see if i can find somewhere else to put them." After a long while of waiting, not hearing anything back, i check the building and its empty. I quickly lock up every door, every window i could find in hopes that i could keep everyone out. I finally layed down and went to sleep. About 30 minutes later, i hear a woman trying to get in for her child. I was getting more and more frustrated, i rudely said the building is occupied and she would have to ask Amy (my mom) where she can play. I went to sleep a little longer, woke up from having to go to the restroom and had to go the other house to do so. As i walked outside, there wasnt a soul in sight. Everyone was gone. To me that was both good and bad, because A. It was quiet and B. Who knew what they were doing. But that wasnt my concern, i had myself to worry about since nobody else was. I went to the bathroom, walked across the lawn and into the other building. As i opened the door, SEVERAL people had found their way in. I was so incredibly angry and frustrated at this point that i literally screamed at the top of my lungs "GET OUT!" I was pushing people out the door, grabbing them angrily, trying to get them out. After they were finally out, i finally layed down and went to sleep. About 2 hours later i was half awoken to what sounded like cops. I opened my eyes and saw a cruiser outside. The only thought i had was thank God, maybe its finally over. And went back to sleep.
Hey Chariti! Thank you for sharing your dream with me. It seems like this dream holds a lot of significance given your past experiences with your mom. The dream reflects the ongoing struggle you had growing up with her, as it portrays a similar situation where she prioritizes her own desires over your needs. In this dream, you find yourself living with your mom who throws a party despite you having to work the next day. Throughout the dream, you face difficulties finding a place to sleep as people invade your personal space, even in your own room. This symbolizes the lack of boundaries and intrusion you felt in your real-life relationship with your mom. When your mom finally points you towards a shed as a potential sleeping spot, it represents the isolation and separation you may have felt from her. However, even in that space, you encounter challenges as others try to enter. This could signify the ongoing struggles you faced in establishing personal boundaries and protecting your own needs. The dream also highlights your frustration and anger towards the situation. When you forcefully push people out and scream at them to leave, it reveals your deep-seated emotions and desire for control over your own space and life. The presence of the police cruiser at the end may indicate your longing for resolution and a sense of relief from the chaos and intrusions. Considering your previous dreams and experiences, it's evident that your subconscious mind is processing the impact of your relationship with your mom on your well-being and sense of security. It's important to acknowledge the emotions that arise from these dreams and explore ways to establish healthy boundaries in your current relationships. Additionally, the anxiety test results you shared indicate a moderate level of anxiety. It's possible that the recurring themes in your dreams, such as struggling for control and feeling overwhelmed by others' actions, are reflections of your underlying anxiety and stress. Taking steps to manage your anxiety, such as practicing self-care, seeking support from trusted individuals, or engaging in relaxation techniques, could be beneficial for your overall well-being. Remember, dreams can provide insights into our emotions and experiences, but they are subjective and personal to each individual. I hope this interpretation helps shed some light on the symbolism within your dream and provides you with a deeper understanding of yourself. If you have any further questions or would like to discuss anything else, feel free to reach out.
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