What do they really mean? I been having some weaird dreams like I have been having lots of dreams of me in the woods that I am either being chased, that someone is trying to kill me or me being rapped. I had a dream one day a couple months ago that someone broke into the house why'll sleeping and someone was at the foot of the bed with a gun pointing at me and DH a few weeks ago I had a dream that we had an elivator in our house and like there was a big cap in the floor and my 25 month old fell down there and she died I woke up crying and I ended up going to check on her. Last night I had a dream that DH killed someone in our basement and then our house became honted so now I am scared of the house lol, but why do I keep dreaming these things? What do they mean?
Asked by Anonymous at 9:50 PM on Feb. 22, 2010 in About CafeMom
Dreams are just your subconscious expressing your emotions and fears. If you feel scared or chased in your dreams, you are probably dealing with big problems in your life. You are too stressed out. That's all. No hidden meanings, no religious or supernatural stuff. Plain ol' emotions bringing themselves to your attention.
Answer by Anonymous at 10:48 AM on Feb. 23, 2010
Answer by Anonymous at 9:52 PM on Feb. 22, 2010
Are you stressed out about anything? Dreams are our minds way of processing what goes on during the day. Depending on what level of sleep you enter, the dreams can seem very realistic. Try keeping a "dream diary" When you have a dream like that, immediately write down what you remember of it. The next day, try to identify the causes of it, what elements your mind may be taking from your "waking" life, etc. Talking them out may also help; it sometimes does for me. When I dream, they are always realistic and make me feel as though I am living them, but I don't remember them when I wake, so the diary idea never worked for me, but since you do clearly remember them it may for you. Linking elements of your dreams to your waking life can help you to see them as just dreams, and so can identifying fears (death of a child) and stressors (someone is rushing you into something you don't want to do)
Answer by preacherskid at 10:16 PM on Feb. 22, 2010
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