7 common dreams and what they really mean?

Dreams have a meaning, they have a purpose. They may reveal desire and wishes. One often wonders, do dreams have a hidden meaning?. What if we can interpret our dreams to know our unconscious desires?

Many books have been written on this subject and interpreting dreams has been a famous hobby and profession for mankind for ages. Let’s take a look at a few common dreams and try to decipher their meaning.

Dreams About Falling:

Dreams about falling from great heights are very common. There is a myth that if you hit the ground, you will die but that’s not true. Falling from height means, something is not right in your life. It means’ you have to look for more options to get your chores in order.

Dreams About Being Naked in Public:

You probably have also seen this dream? Penny Peirce, an author of the Dream Dictionary for Dummies, suggests, dreaming of public nudity reflects your shortcomings and imperfections.

Dreams About Being Chased:

According to Tony Crisp, author of Dream Dictionary, running hard and being chased in a dream might indicate a desire to escape from your fears and desires.

Dreams About Losing Teeth:

Penny Peirce, an author of Dream Dictionary for Dummies, thinks that dreams about losing teeth means, you are self-conscious of your appearance and are constantly worried about losing your attractiveness in public.

Dreams About Taking a Test:

According to Craig Hamilton-Parker, author of The Hidden Meaning of Dreams, appearing in an exam in your dream might mean, you are afraid of failure.

Dreams About Flying:

Dreaming flying high could be exciting but it means, you cherish freedom and independence in your life and want to break free and break the barriers.

Dreams About Car Stolen:

Seeing your car stolen in your dream means, your identity is lost and it may actually be a warning to get your priorities right in life. Know yourself and your worth.

Via: Very Well Mind


Written by Hisham Sarwar


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