What do dreams mean?

May 30, 2009 on 3:40 pm | In Article | No Comments

She is there with you, you see her laughing and talking.  You feel there is something wrong, but you just can’t put your finger on it.  It starts to rain and your friend runs away.  Something seems so wrong.  You think “this is happening, right?”  What is it?  You haven’t seen your friend in so long.  Why?  Do you remember?  Suddenly the alarm goes off and you realize your were dreaming about a friend that had passed.  The dream stays with you all day.  Somehow your mind tells you that she was trying to give you a message.  What was it?  What did this dream mean?

I have friend that truly believes that our loved ones visit us in dreams.  According to her, it is a way for their spirits to contact us without scaring us.  They live on in energy and spirit form and they just want to stay in contact.  I guess I believe this to a point.  I have had a few dreams that seemed so real that I was shocked when I woke up and realized they were not.  Some dreams are so much more vibrant than the others, much more real.  I don’t always know what to make of these.

There are many of my family and friends that have passed that have not “visited” me in any way that I am aware of.  So where does that leave me?

My best trick is to find a book about dreams and start researching.  Also you can go online and try to find Dream Readers.  Let me know what you think.

Try checking out a book about dreams from your local library.  See if you can figure out just what your dreams mean.

In Your Dreams: The Ultimate Dream Dictionar by Mary Summer Rain (Paperback – Jan 5, 2005)

The Complete Dream Book, 2nd edition: Discover What Your Dreams

Reveal about You and Your Life by Gillian Holloway (Paperback – Jul 1, 2006)

I Had the Strangest Dream…: The Dreamer’s Dictionary for the 21st Century by Kelly Sullivan Walden (Paperback – Aug 21, 2006)


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