Our whole life is a succession of dreams. The biggest blessing in life is to be a conscious dreamer and enjoy everything that is ahead of us in life. Many studies have shown that our dreams reveal a lot about ourselves and our state of mind. Dreams incorporate with our thoughts and everything we dream might leave an impact on our lives. Dreams can reveal a lot about us in a lot of different aspects in our life. Listed below are 9 things that can reveal something more about our dreams. Find your meaning in your dreams and guide your soul.
1. HEALTH STATE IN DREAMS
It is thought that when we’re dreaming of our car that we’re actually dreaming about our health. In this case the car is thought to be symbolic of the mind. The reasoning is this: a car is used to transport our bodies from place to place, and our body does the same thing for our mind – transporting it from place to place.
2. YOUR MINDSET
Dreams can reveal things about our mind and according to experts such examples have a setting of our mindset of the day before. For example if you’re at work your mind is gonna be more focused on your work.
3. PREDICTION AND FUTURE
Many people will attest to the fact that dreams can be quite predictive in nature. It is not uncommon for someone to have a dream about a memorable place, only to find themselves at the exact same, previously unknown place later on down the road. It is important to understand that not all dreams are concrete predictions. As with many functionalities of our mind, it can – at times – be a bit wayward.
4. OUR COMMON HABITS
Dreams that relate to our habits often involve animals. The reason is that animals are instinctive, unabashed creatures – symbolic of habits without self-control. Interaction that takes place between the dreamer and animal is important here. Subservience to habits is often depicted by animals chasing or attacking us, while control of habits is shown by maintaining control of the animal.
5. HOW MUCH ATTENTION WE’RE GIVING
Attention is a valuable gift. It allows us to hone our efforts on whatever we choose. Our dreams can be a symbolic representation of how we exert our focus. Mundane dreaming often means that we’re spending too much time lollygagging instead of turning our attention to more valuable efforts. Fun, inspiring dreams often reflect our efforts directing our attention to pursuits that bring value and inspiration.
6. OUR CREATIVITY AND IMAGINATION
Dreams have a unique way of bringing forth our creative gifts. In fact, some of the more famous inventions and discoveries can be attributed, as least in part, by dreams. For instance, Elias Howe, inventor of the sewing machine, credits his dreams for helping him identify a key component – a part that allowed him to finish his work. Symbols of a creative origin may be indicative of a past of present imaginative endeavor.
7. DREAMING ABOUT PARTS OF YOUR LIFE
If every dream is about the dreamer, than every person is really you! The people in your dreams represent the many different things of yourself. When a person pops up in your dream, the first question you want to ask yourself is: “How would I describe this person?” If this person is “kind,” you were utilizing that “kind” part of yourself the day before. However, if you see the person as “lazy” or “stubborn” you may want to take a look at how you were blocked or stagnant that previous day!
8. EXPRESSING OURSELVES
The clothing worn when we’re dreaming is often symbolic of our personal means of expression. If we’re cloaked in work attire, it likely means that our mindset is strictly business. Loose, comfortable, brightly-colored clothes tells us that we’re in a playful, childlike mindset. What about being naked? Well, this happens often, and it usually indicates that we’re comfortable with our natural (and true) Selves.
9. HOW WE’RE CHANGING
Life is in a constant state of flux, and our dreams often represent this fact. For instance, if someone dies when we’re dreaming, it usually means that there is a certain part of us that is changing as well. It is important to identify who has died and how they died, as this may be symbolic of the part of us that is changing. Furthermore, the circumstances around the “death” may be indicative of whether or not the change was forced or welcomed.