Exploring Your Dreamland – What Your Dreams Might Mean

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After an aeon of research and experiments, blood, sweat and tears of wracking their brains, scientists are still clueless as to why we dream, let alone sleep. Neuroscientists and psychologists are at each others’ throats throwing around theories but with no definitive answers. Although, they have managed to nail down what some types of these dreams could mean and thankfully these are pretty common with a majority of folks. Although they have different theories, they still seem to agree when it comes to these.

FALLING

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It feels like falling into an endless pit with no ground in sight. This could indicate anxiety and the presence of overwhelming feelings. This type of dream is a very common occurrence among people.

WATER

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Presence of water in your dreams or a feeling of being submerged apparently symbolizes that you are getting to know yourself better.

LOSING TEETH

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Teeth falling out in your dreams sounds like you’re probably the next victim in a horror story. But contrary to this, it might mean something important in your life has changed and you are in transition.

SEEING PEOPLE YOU KNOW

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This might not be as easy as it sounds. It might be possible that you are dreaming about your own personality traits when you see other people in your dreams. Their expression or the way they feel might have something to do with who you are more than it concerns them.

NUDITY

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Without clothes on, scared and vulnerable. This might show your emotional state of mind. You might be feeling exposed and frightened in a situation in real life. It can also be an indication of anxiety.

FLOATING AND FLYING

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This can be interpreted in different ways depending on how you feel during the dream. If you’re scared, it might mean that you’re facing internal conflicts and are unable to change or holding onto something. On the other hand, if you’re feeling free and happy during the dream, it means you’re seeing things with a newer perspective.

LOSING SOMEONE

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This can be a disturbing dream to experience. It indicates that you probably are ignoring some part of yourself or neglecting a problem by not admitting it.

DEATH

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This might mean that you are in the process losing something or someone that was important to you. If you are being killed, it symbolizes internal conflict and trouble letting go. It might also be an indication of depression and thoughts about suicide. If so, please consult a psychiatrist and get help.

BEING CHASED

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This can show that you’re probably running away from an unwanted aspect of yours. You are probably ignoring or avoiding a part of yourself that needs to be addressed.

BEING A TARGET OR IN DANGER

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This is similar to being chased and can imply interpersonal relationship conflicts.

EATING DELICIOUS FOOD

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This type of dream is associated with a need for sexual exploits. It also includes dreams in which you can get externally aroused because you are engaging in some sort of sexual activity in your dream. It might mean that you are at the threshold of your desires.

FAILING A TEST

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This is associated with a fear of embarrassment and the fear of being misjudged.

ARRIVING LATE

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This is similar to the fears associated with failing a test. It can occur because you are feeling socially misunderstood.

EXPERIENCING PAIN

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These are common with people who are injured and are already in a state of real physical pain. It is found increasingly with war veterans, patients healing from recent surgeries and the like.

UNABLE TO FIND A TOILET

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Not being able to find a loo in your dreams indicate that you are unable to express yourself clearly or put your feelings first. This might mean that you need to be more firm with how you express yourself.

NOT BEING ABLE TO CONTROL YOUR CAR

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This one is more simple. It could mean that things aren’t going your way in your life and you are probably losing sight of your intended goal.

FINDING A NEW ROOM

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This might signify that there are hidden untapped potentials inside yourself that you are yet to acknowledge. If the room is white, it might mean that your life has a new beginning in sight.

SEEING VEHICLES

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Any kind, be it a car, bike bicycle or aeroplane. A vehicle signifies that we are feeling confident about getting towards a goal or heading towards a destination we want.

PARALYSIS

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A person is temporarily paralysed while in the deep sleep state or REM stage. Feeling paralysed during a dream may mean that the person feels like they lack control of their lives.

BABIES

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Seeing these cute little humans in your dreams often mean that you’ve got a new opportunity or a chance to start something new and growing in terms of potential.

FOOD

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Unlike eating food, seeing food in your dreams might indicate that we are in search of more knowledge or perspectives.

HOUSE

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Dreaming about being in a house may mean that you are closer to the understandings of your own mind. A bedroom may indicate intimate feelings or thoughts, while the basement might imply hidden or unwanted aspects of your personality.

There is a strong belief that your dreams often show how you relate yourself to the world around you. They reveal your feelings and state of mind. They are about you. They are interlinked with your habits and patterns. Since they are essentially of a personal nature, only you are capable of ascertaining what they mean in terms of your life. They should not be discarded easily because although weird, strange and meaningless, they are only seemingly so. There is no research that proves the futility of dreams. Ultimately, they might end up helping us understand things about ourselves.

FAQs

What are dreams?

They are a series of images, sounds, sensations, emotions that are created when we sleep. They are indirectly or directly related to our memories and how we see the world.

Why do we dream?

There is no particular reason found yet as to why. Some believe that dreaming is a way for our minds to rearrange memories, while others believe that they can predict the future.

What are the types of dreams?

Types of dreams usually include a set of dreams associated with a similar feeling- fear, embarrassment, anxiety, joy, conflict, etc.

What do our dreams mean?

What do our dreams mean?
No one can pinpoint what exactly they mean but certain types of dreams have been found to indicate certain states of mind. If anything, they probably reveal our emotions or struggles. For example, if you are scared of being scolded by your boss, you might dream about being eaten by a bear.


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Written by  Krupa Manerkar

This is a post by Krupa who has been trying to sleep peacefully since eternity. So, she joined a website that gives tips on to the sleep-deprived and the sleep lovers.

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We all dream. And sometimes, there are certain aspects of dreams which become recurrent themes for most of us. As it happens, there's research about some of the most common recurrent themes that occur when people dream!
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