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  1. LibertyMan at |

    Haha, Utah Saints, reminds me of the raves I used to go to in college in the early 90′s. So is the video there because it’s stuck in the 90′s, or because the dancers are running in place? Nice list.

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    1. Janice at |

      I think spider dreams is another topic that could have been listed here. You may want to check out dreamauthority.com for more info :)

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  2. Marcia Dream at |

    You can find out more about common dreams such as teeth falling out, flying, falling, being naked, being chased and others at meaningofdreams.org/dream_themes/

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  3. keith at |

    I remember one dream i had alot was when i was traped in my car a it would be driving on its own.W ould that be in the traped kind of dreams?

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    1. Elizabeth at |

      I've also had dreams of cars driving by themselves…the same dream twice for some reason.

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      1. Chirs G at |

        i have had this dream where i get ripped apart over and over again by demons about twenty times :(

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  4. Gwen at |

    I have a constant feeling of being paralized and still aware of my surroundings, also i have the flying dreams, floating sort of .. also i have dreams where I cant raise my voice, my voice is very quiet and soft and i cannot yell or talk at a normal volume.

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  5. Dianna at |

    I have a recurring dream that my dog is loose and in danger and I keep trying to scream her name but my voice won't work. I hate that dream.

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  6. jesse at |

    wow can you imaging pulling out all your teeth in a fream then waking of the next morining with nothing ochH!!!

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  7. jb at |

    i have the "lost in school/cant get my locker open" dream all the time.

    i also used to have the dream where my teeth fell out. but, seriously, i went to the dentist and they stopped!

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  8. noe at |

    Hi, erm, now that i see you're helping people with recurring dreams i should ask your help ^^

    I've been dreaming for the last couple of months that i'm pregnant. the thing is that the last guy i was going out with is gonna be a father, but i'm sure enough that i got over that phase in my life, but i keep having this dreams. and in the dreams (which are very real) i feel really scared of telling people that i am pregnant however in the last one (last night) i was very caring for the pregnancy… weird..

    i'm 19 yrs old and not even thinking to have a child of course. what do you think?

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  9. Milen at |

    Greetings.

    Have you ever had the power to control your dream?

    I mean not the actual dream, but you actions in it.

    At first my dreams were like if I was watching a movie – unable to do anything, but recently(last 2 years) I can control what happens in most my dreams.

    For example once I was chased(like one of the mentioned cases) by a wild beast, through the town.

    At some point the though of killing the monster ran through my head(hm… that is awkward, having in mind that the whole thing was in my head), so I got to a swords store I knew about, picked up some weapons and turned around to fight the creature. It scratched me a few times with it's claws but when I finnaly landed a hit, I woke up.

    There were sometimes I even realized I was in a dream but I couldn't wake up until I finished what my brain got in stock for me.

    Please write to me if you have heard anything on this topic or you have expirienced something similar.

    Regards Shogo.

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    1. Jeev at |

      I had some similar experiences in dreams. I never woke up in the scariest dreams; once I dreamed of being chased and killed by cutting my throat, but next moment I was in some other place as if I was disapparated. The point is I never wake after scary dreams.What do you think?

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  10. Anna at |

    Another thing you should mention about the teeth falling out dream– sometimes it's caused by having a sinus infection in real life. I've noticed that I always have this dream during a sinus infection and usually wake up feeling pressure on the cheekbones and teeth because of the infection.

    Similarly, when the sinus infection puts pressure on my forehead, I typically dream about having an eye in that spot. Some people have interpreted this as me being more aware of a spiritual "third eye" if seen positively, a fear of being deformed if seen negatively. I'm pretty sure it's mostly a physical thing though.

    And an odd question… does anyone else feel like they're tripping on LSD at that time of the month? Because I typically sleep twice as much as normal the first couple days of my period and have really intense dreams for about 48 hours.

    Oh, and what does it mean when you have hyper realistic dreams about a guy you have a thing for, like so realistic they almost blend with reality, but there's a twist… when I was in England and could actually ask this guy out, I got rejected in the dreams, as soon as I went home I started having the opposite happen. When people over there who knew about my crush asked why I never made a move, I felt silly saying "because the dream told me not to", but it actually was one argument for not doing it…

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  11. Showgal at |

    I had dreamed That naked one and the chased a lot

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  12. Jasmine at |

    Wow, so different for every culture… In Korea dreaming of your teeth falling out means that someone close to you will die. A lot more sinister than the European interpretation!

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    1. Jo'hanna at |

      Very true. But then again there is a difference between ” psychology ” and ” interpretations “. I know my for myself, that when I have my teeth or hair falling out, I can always relate it to issues going on in my life that are ” falling apart ” …….. when these issues get resolved then the dreams go away.

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  13. kitty at |

    I've read in a dream dictionary (by Pamela Ball if anyone's interested) that your teeth falling out implies you've said something you regret to someone.

    And what about recurring dreams of mass murder or theft? =P

    Surely I'm not the only one? XD

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  14. kitty at |

    Oh, and what about dreams where you're falling and HIT the ground?

    I've heard people say you die if you hit, but I've hit the ground before I woke up (I woke up really really sore) and so has my brother.

    Neither of us fell off the bed or anything though.

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  15. margo at |

    i have had the same recurring theme to my dreams for years now. About two to three times a week, i dream that i get in a fight, or am defending someone [pretty much violence coming from myself, whether i'm throwing punches or using baseball bats] and now matter how hard i try, i never cause any harm to the person or thing i'm trying to hurt. its like i am the weakest person in existence, and no matter how much strength i put into a hit, it never has a result.

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  16. pip at |

    i have a dream where im walking out of my bedroom and i stand at the top of my stairs and i jump but wake up before i hit the bottom i have had this dream quite a few times but i havent had it in a while

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  17. Johnson robby at |

    I have wet dreams every other night, is that a problem?

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  18. TopTenz Master at |

    I love how Tanya is now the dream expert. Tanya, you apparently have a new career. Good thing the commenters on Top 10 Things Better than Sex didn't start soliciting advice from you. ;-)

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  19. tina at |

    I had a strange dream recently, when I woke up I felt better than before. The dream takes place in a dark room, in which before me is a single white candle. A strange wind from I don't know where blows and flickers the candle out. After that, my usual tenseness feels as though it has been drained out of my body.

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  20. ShowStalker at |

    Hey must say….a very nice dreams list explaining pros and cons. I liked it. please keep it up.

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  21. Allaiyah at |

    My reoccuring dreams are stuff like hosting strange parties for people I don't know, being the opposite gender (a boy) & hanging out with women platonically, being animated, rescuing people, fashions of the 80s, blurred faces of close relatives, huge fancy houses, desert wastelands, flowery grasslands with paths & giant mushroom trees, huge bodies of water, flooding buildings, friends being murdered by celebrities, men all have small builds/soft features/sound like women when they talk.

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  22. terissa at |

    i have been searching for what my dream means for a long time i keep having it over and over agian it starts off by me in my eightth grade hall way out side my grade 8 teaches class room sitting at a desk and all the sidden one of my other grade 8 teachers walks out of the class room across the hall and goes to have a shower and before i knew it she was back and i saw myself but i was 9 months pregnant and all the sidden i went into hard labour and my teacher delivered my baby and then handed me a baby boy!

    dose anyone have any idea of what this could mean?

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  23. Lex at |

    Oh man, I keep having this recurring dream that's categorized with #6. In this dream I'm in high school and this dude pisses my off so bad that I tackle him and proceed to pummel him with into oblivion!…or so I think. As I continue to wail on him, my blows become less and less effective and on top of that it becomes harder and harder to swing on him! It's like I'm punching through quicksand or like my muscles become like lead. To add insult to injury, my "victim" just looks at me unaffected, as if to say "Is this supposed to hurt?" A very frustrating dream to say the least. :P

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  24. louis at |

    Has anyone ever had a dream of fighting? I have quite a few of these. In my dreams I mostly can't fight back. my arms move ever so slowly, as if in slow motion. Don't get me wrong, in real life in not a fighter, nor provoke them, but I wont back down from one either. Another version of my fighting dreams are when I become being very submissive. Always backing down, even knowing i can win it, i still find myslef in my dream running away! Someone please explain this one to me!!

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    1. Lex at |

      I’m not a dream expert but typically when a person dreams about backing down from a fight, even if they know they can in fact win, it generally means they hate conflict (and who doesn’t right!) and avoid confrontation whenever possible. It’s a personality trait that many people have. It sounds like you strongly dislike fighting even though you wont back down from one. You may even have anxieties over what to do should the situation present itself when your “fight or flight” response kicks in. My dream I posted is similar yet the exact opposite at the same time :}. i WANTED very much to fight but because of some underlining issues with myself, my strikes were drastically losing effectiveness. You may very well have an issue with the part of yourself that avoids tackling obstacles head on. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a fight but something more subtle like telling someone how you feel or completing some unfinished business you may have. Again I’m no dream expert but what do you think?

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  25. Abhi at |

    So weird…do anyone dream about with lots of snakes in a room all around you!

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    1. Tanya at |

      According to dreamforth.com dreams about a snake mean "you are afraid and anxious about some issue in your life", so perhaps there are many things that are bothering you?

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  26. Olga at |

    Hi Tanya,

    Thank you for the informative and entertaining article.

    I just wanted to mention my experience with a couple of dreams that you have mentioned.

    The Teeth

    Spitting and pulling teeth out, gathering and carrying them around on an open palm to show people and ask them: "Why?" and doing all sorts of bizarre things with teeth are not my most relaxing dreams. Interestingly, I don't have many dental or self esteem problems. I do assume, however, that it could mean the "decay" of a relationship and often an unnecessary one. So I stopped waiting for misfortunes and began to look forward to being released from the uneasy acquaintance, though I'm sure this dream could mean worse things.

    Trapped

    I remember only one dream where I was trapped: it was in a coffin and, to aggravate the situation, I apparently wanted to burn myself; not as a result of some despair, but just to find out how it feels. I knew I would die but I thought it would be a fair price for experiencing this. I lit myself with a match that I had with me and waited in excitement. I felt great pain (clearly because I was on fire), satisfaction (because I wanted to do this) and fear of death. I was so scared that I woke up before completely burning up in the dream. I never had a trapped or a fire dream since, and this was my only ever dream where I was killing myself. I'm not anywhere near suicidal or masochistic. Nevertheless, that's what I dreamed.

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  27. sarah mark at |

    i keep having dreams about either wolves accepting me into their pack, or meeting one dragon or another. what do they mean? either i'm meant to save wolves, or my spirit guides are wolves or dragons. also, i had a dream i was attacked by two mountain lions, and then i heard a wolf howl, and i woke up in a wolf den. please tell me what these dreams mean!

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  28. Omar at |

    i have had my series of wierd dreams, but the weirdest dream that I have seen almost 4 times in last 3 years, is that I am fighting a war somewhere, speaking a foreign language fluently ( i remebered a few words and when i googled them in the morning I found out it was spanish) and i am fleeing in a car with a group of armed men and then all of us get shot n killed……

    I would also like to inquire if you have any idea about sleep paralysis, its a sensation when u cant move ur body and it seems as if someone/something has put alot of weight on u……. this thing happenz to me frequently….. sometimes i open my eyes and i see a huge shadow next to me and once i saw a very small thing sittting on my foot, i still remember its face ( btw I kicked it)…. I have chnaged my room now, not getting this sensation anymore (been 1 yr now)…but my brother who is staying in that room has started experiencing the same thing… he even says THAT WHEN HE OPENS HIS EYES its the same room but everything is gone and he sees something sitting next to him meditating……is it a co-incidence or is the room, becuz i have neevr told anyone bout the things that i use to encounter in that room….

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  29. Tom at |

    I had Mazame Zora interpret my dreams…the fortune teller…check out her site at http://www.thewhatobx.com

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  30. Gabrielle at |

    Umm…Yeah, I always get this "falling" dream often. I could even feel it in real life when I wake up. It's just so…weird! Now, I understand why I get it. Sometimes I feel that people are abandoning me, even God.

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  31. Whitney Weatherford at |

    I have been having dreams with snakes involved for many years. Sometimes there are a lot and sometimes it might just be one or two. I had a dream with a huge anaconda that was shedding its skin but it was actually an anaconda being opened up from the inside out. It's insides were slowly being exposed. I was standing by watching this happen. It was like I was okay with it but that it shouldnt be happening.

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  32. Chris at |

    I have most of these recurring dreams, but theres another type that i have a lot. This is where in my dream I am trying to fight someone, or hurt someone. But no matter what i do, with my fists or something else i never seem to hurt the person i am trying to inflict pain upon. This person is usually someone who has done something bad in my dream, or has tried to hurt someone, and its frustrating to not hurt the person. I also have recurring dreams where i cannot run properly, and if i go on all fors i can run really fast

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    1. Dave at |

      I have this dream alot too, i cant find an answer anywhere about it..

      Are you by any chance also a police officer or want to become a police officer?

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  33. gollilox at |

    i didnt dream of a single one -.-

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    1. TopTenz Master at |

      Do you have your own recurring dream(s)?

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  34. Katarina at |

    In every single dream that i have i fly! I just start running and then it turns in to flying.. Or my Dreams have the Guys i like in them

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  35. yoooo at |

    When my alarm clock goes off I have a dream I'm pulling the fire alarm at school. Also, I have dreams that I'm inside cartoons every once and a while.

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  36. ehh at |

    This does not really help me with my recurring dream. My recurring dream is that I am running a bakery in Japan.

    Also, the details of the bakery are always the same. If something gets added to the bakery in one dream, it will remain there for the rest.

    Same goes for customers. Most of them are just typical people, but there are some gentlemen monsters too that started appearing a month ago. Like with top hats, tuxedos excellent manners and the like, and we always have a very British-sounding chat.

    It's not a bad dream, but I always tend to wake up right after it ends. That gets (quite literally) tiresome.

    So, what do you all think this means?

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  37. GuB at |

    Falling (#2) is usually not a dream.

    It happens when the muscles relax while drowning into sleep.

    The brain interpret this as free fall and react accordingly. Normally the "free fall detector" is turned off beforehand but for some reason, sometimes, it doesn't happen.

    It is so fast (reflex) that the consciousness have a hard time catching up. It is physiological so that it doesn't make much psychological sense.

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  38. Kris at |

    I once had a strange dream. It was storming, so me, my little sister, and our babysitter (I was quite young, possiblably 7 at the time) went inside an old house, like one from the movies. I remember walking around untill we meet the owners. (Now don't laugh) it was a Panda and his son. The father was an evil sugeron, and said I needed a surgery. Just as he was able to slice me open, I managed to excape with my sis and sitter who were waiting outside. Then I woke up.

    That dream changed me in two ways, 1. I am now afraid of all doctor related things. Before, I didn't mind shots, or anything. Now, the very mention of one makes me sick. 2. I am now was afriad of wild animals, exotic ones in preticular. Even a harmless owl scares me. Even when it's in a cage.

    How can I reverse this?

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    1. TopTenz Master at |

      Just hearing about that dream creeps me out.

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  39. Michael Jackson at |

    i had none of these dreams :(

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  40. jony at |

    my name is jony my wife is pregnant nearly 9 month last night i saw a dream that she born a girl what does mean?????

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  41. jaja at |

    There is an interpretation about dreaming that your teeth are falling. they said that if your dream is like this someone is going to die, a person close to you…. or a member of your family..
    its superstitious… it maybe true or just a coincidenc….

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  42. dee at |

    I frequently dream of family members who are gone. We talk and sometimes they tell me to say something to another family member. Sometimes they tell me that something is going to happen (specific) and that it will turn out okay. Other times, they walk up and give me a hug, saying nothing and leave. Anyone else dream of dead loved ones a lot? btw, never scary dreams, comforting. i always wake feeling so happy to have seen them.

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  43. Thom at |

    I had a dream as a child that was so vivid. I was alone and walking in a barren environment. I look down and the ground is dry, hard and cracked. To the right and left are mountains in the distance and the sky is blue with some clouds. It is hot but not unbearably hot. As I walk, in the distance, I see a line of people wearing dark robes with hoods. As I pass the people, they are saying things to me but I can't tell what they are saying. The line of people goes on for a long time but eventually I get to the front where everyone is waiting to get into a giant sphere raised off the ground by three pillars. The sphere actually reminds me of Spaceship Earth at Disney's Epcot, but this was years before it was even thought of. The line of people stops before they get to the sphere. The people seem to be approaching the sphere and disappearing, but I never see this, just seem to know it. There are 3 benches in the shadow beneath the giant sphere. A man calls me over to one of them and we start talking. This was where I would wake up. Haven't had this dream in years but it left an impression on me. Any insight on what this might have meant?

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  44. bassbait at |

    Lol, my dreams are radically different. First of all, my dreams happen like rapid fire (sometimes 4 to 5 a night, and I remember all of them).

    They range from me being Butthead of Beavis and Butthead to me being in the video game DOOM to being a serial killer to the end of a year in high school to a battle as if I were in Halo to a war in which everybody but me dies. I've had more vivid dreams than anybody I know!

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  45. alexandra at |

    I've read an article recently that I thought was very interesting. Were always talking about dreams and what they mean. But in this article they were talking about carlos castaneda. He wrote a book "the art of dreaming". It's about dreaming and controlling your dreams. You can read it here. They're mentioning seven gates of dreaming that one has to overcome before one reaches total freedom. So I was thinking if one has control over dreams how can you value the psychology of dreams relating to your own personality?

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  46. Horizon at |

    hey Tanya,

    This site really drew my attention,seems nice.I am really intrigued by dreams and believe that it completely has something to do with something that GOD knows.Well anyways I am gonna tell you few dreams in an order..from the recent most to the last i can recall(most of them came pretty often).

    10 days to a fortnight back-I started dreaming about numbers and kind of a circle(or a world globe) like a universe.The numbers were just moving around like in the galaxy.It was fine till it was initial or if could say in the first stage of dreaming.Then I got deeper into it till my brain was squirming and kinda aching and in the very last stage I was in my dream but very much awake but my brain still there.

    This same dream happened for two days consequtively but on the third day coz i guess i really lacked sleep so i islept early n deeply but again this hapened the third day.but then i could see few people I know circling around and i guess even the nos n white orbs like things as i said like a GALAXY.Anyways my getting up at wee hrs(around 2-4) kept on happening till i left my city for a holy visit .Im still not back but i guess it is better than before ,not yet completely gone.Why does gting up happen between 2-4….

    Its a long one, so lets do this one first then ill tell you few more you really wont like to miss,believe me!!!

    bye

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  47. Madison A. at |

    My dreams are more like movies with more than one thing happening and is almost always happening to "main character" that I guess could represent me but usually looks or acts nothing like me. There are complex situations with a plot and conflict. If there are other characters I know them but in real life I don't know them. What does this mean?

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  48. alicemadden at |

    I keep having a dream where i am with my friends having fun an then they disappear and then i am naked and everyone is laughing at me. What does this mean?

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  49. Phoebe at |

    I loved reading all the comments, very interesting to read what other people dream about.

    I think I'm more of an unconventional dreamer, most of the dreams on your list I've never experienced. All but the big number one, the chasing. Or in my case more of a following. Those are truly horrible dreams, with something creeping up on me, slowly but surely and just terror inducing. They come in all forms, it's my biggest fear in "real" life, so I kind of know where they're coming from.

    Some dreams do leave me completely puzzled though. Since I was around 8 I am having dreams about upcoming torture and frantically killing myself first in order to not have to experience all of it. These too come in all forms. I vividly remember me standing in the summer sun on a grassy hill, when suddenly a crazed lion appears, stalking me, chasing me and after what feels like agonizing hours finally getting me. I end up killing myself in a horrible way to not be ripped apart and feeling all of it. Those dreams were always the most horrible, terrifying ones. Especially when I was little, after each dream of that variety I was unable to sleep, constantly had all lights on, sometimes ended up sleeping on my parents doormat in front of their bedroom. Horrible horrible, it's still making me shudder. I *really* wonder what all this is about and where that's coming from, especially when so young. Obviously I'm not suicidal in the least, it boggles the mind what the brain an come up with.

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  50. Dream Interpretation at |

    You guys have some amazing and vivid dreams. You should check out the site in my post for some interpretations that apply to us in the world today. The thing I hate about most dream dictionaries is that they "tell" you what your dreams mean and that's impossible. Dreams are for you and you alone to interpret.

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  51. jorg at |

    What about the dream of looking for somethings, such as a shoe, or an iPod, i have it often

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  52. Robyn at |

    i have this reacurring dream where i am either pregnant or i have adopted a child. i would like to know what that means.

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  53. CE at |

    You’re right. Being chased is the number one recurring dream. It certainly is for me. My entire dream is on my website http://fantasticallyfrightening.blogspot.com/.

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  54. smokey at |

    I have had the flying dream and the falling dream a few times; but I have 2 recurring dreams a lot. One is where im on a ship, kind of like a battle ship, and im always in this one room looking through stuff, i think im trying to find something but idk what it is. The other dream is of an old white house with a lot of land but i always see it from the road. Whats weird is that my mom also has a dream of an old white house alot, we both described the house the same; could we be dreaming of the same house? On another note has anyone ever had a dream to come true? I was in a bad car accident a couple years back but i swear i had a dream about it 3 months before it happened… everything in the accident was exactly the same as the dream, infact while the car was flipping through the air I instantly remembered that dream, and it wasn’t like a de ja vu thing. It was a real dream that came true…I always wonder about that.

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  55. Anastassia at |

    HELP
    i keep having the recurring dream… it starts off with an arguement and it will lead into a fight. ill have the advantage but as soon as i try and hit the person my arm has a spasm and gives out. RIGHT before I make contact… and every time i have this dream the fight is with someone i know. most of the time it’s someone i h ave issues with in real life. other times, though, it’s realy random. I just want to know what it mean. it makes me feel weak when i can’t fight back in my dreams and i hate it :[

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    1. Lex at |

      Man, for the longest time I thought I was the only one having this type of dream but it feels kind of nice not to be alone in this :). You may need to confront whom ever you are having the issues with and tell them how you feel. It may help your dreams even when you have them about random people. Oh, and when you have them about random people it may very well be an embodiment of your own internal struggles.

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  56. Patrick at |

    You must be Canadian. Americans called it a bathroom. :)

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  57. Rakelle at |

    I have a recurring cannibal dream where i am in a really large room with thousands of people but these people are all naked covered blood… the scariest thing is that they’re trying to eat each other. some people had bitten off pieces of skin which were hanging. I was tied up above everyone, and i was panicking. whatever was holding me up was moving very slowly downwards in a sloping angle from one side of the room to the next. the dream ended with me on the other side of the room dangerously close to people trying to reach up at me and i pressed a red button. I woke up shaking and hyperventilating.

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    1. spiregrain at |

      I also have a recurring cannibal dream, but it is not anywhere near as scary as that. In my dream, little details change, but the plot remains the same. The plot is that I find myself somewhere new, a new place with new people. They seem really nice and we talk for a while. Eventually they offer me some food, but I don’t eat it. Instead, I go for a walk. On my walk, I find some kind of very definitive clue(s) which alert me to the fact that the people are cannibals and are trying to trick me into eating human flesh. I always battle them and run away as they are destroyed. In my dream, all the non-cannibals always get away without being eaten (except for the ones who were eaten before we got there). So, it’s a creepy dream, but I am not creeped out in the dream or when I wake up. It’s more pragmatic, like, “who wants to get eaten by cannibals?” And, like I said, my side always wins.

      The actual scene is very different every time. Once we were parachuting into a golden temple on a mountaintop. Once we were shipwrecked on an island. Last night we were in a little row house in NY or DC somewhere. The group I am traveling with differs, as well. In the row house dream, I was traveling with the Pevensie kids (four main characters from the Chronicles of Narnia) and my husband. The cannibals are always different too, but they are relatively normal to the scene the dream takes place in. Usually it’s not just me, but occasionally it is. I’ve had it tons ever since I was little.

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  58. Chantelle at |

    I keep having a recurring dream about my 10 year old daughter being abducted and brutally murdered. I also keep dreaming about my 1 year old son being lost and I can’t find him. I have this dream at least 3 times a month and I’m getting really tired of waking up crying. can you tell me what this could mean?

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    1. Lex at |

      I’m no expert but it seems that you, like most parents, are genuinely concerned for your kids’ well being. Every parents worst fear is that something were to happen to their children whether they’re hurt, abducted, or worse. It’s normal to be worried about things like that. It’s pretty much your job as a parent to think about these things. The trick is not to dwell on them though which can be destructive to ones psyche. Now the dreams seem to center around something happening to your children that are BEYOND your control. Parent or not well all fear the unknown in one way or another. Your dreams may be reflective of something you can’t prevent and your parental subconscious used your children as the focal point. Again I’m no expert but tell me what you think.

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  59. jane1114 at |

    What about dreams involving animals? Do they have a meaning? I had a few dreams about animals. i found myself talking to this shark when I was swimming around in a large body of water. It taunted me to go swim with him and I kept swimming away. I was so scared. It felt really real.

    And this other dreams I was in this room and these 2 snakes came toward me talking to each other and staring at me. They are just so weird.

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  60. KJean at |

    I had this dream and I’ve been trying to find meanings to individual parts of it. I have a calico small cat in a fish tank and it seems that I’ve had it in there for a while. I go and look in the tank and at the bottom there’s brown woodchips? and I take out the cat, who is very limp but alive, and there are dead, I’m guessing, hamsters. I cringe at the sight of them, but then think that the cat had killed them. I take the cat somewhere else and I ask my mom, who is my actual mom in “real life”, and I ask her if I can take the cat out and she points at my real cat and says, “Wait until he’s gone so he’s not replaced”. So, I go and put the cat back into the tank and it’s a different tank. It is half full of water with fish in it and there is only some water on the bottom where the cat is, so the cat is standing in water. I look at the cat and feel sorry for him. I’ve had a dream or two with a cat in a fish tank, but I’m not sure what it could mean..

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  61. ed at |

    i have a falling dream involveing being in this wierd matrix

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  62. dodge at |

    my most recent dreams are of water in one way or another. one where i was underwater, not drowning but i couldnt resurface, another my street was flooded and i was trying to escape and so on. These are usually once a week. i’ve had the bathroom one one or twice also. And the dream about being fluent in japanese, which i dont speak, in a house talking to siblings.
    but has anyone had dreams that predict what is going to happen? not just in the night but waking dreams also. this has happened to me for years, usually centered around my life, similar to the tv show medium but not as interesting. it seems i cant control it though, it comes and goes. It can be fun but can be scary at times.
    thanks for reading,
    darren

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  63. Tracy at |

    I keep having reoccuring dreams of my husband leaving me for his ex. Out of the blue he will not answer my phone calls. and always seems to be by is ex wife’s house. Or his parents house and they either will not answer the door. or they will lie to me about where he is. He can not tell me enough how much he loves me. I’m confused. This has happened at least a dozen times. We have been married for 8 years. I love him with all of my heart and I believe he feels the same of me. Is there something i need to be concerned with? We were both married when we met. We both divorced for each other. What do I make of this? Please help.

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  64. Michelle at |

    For the past few nights I have been having this dream that my boyfriend and 3 friends and myself had all gone out somewhere… Cant see where we are at or what we are doing all i hear is other people around.. After all is said and done my boyfriend pops the question to me and then i turn and look at my phone and all i can see is the year 2011 but weather wise it feels like July or Aug. not really sure and then i wake up. The thing is, its the same dream nothing changes..Now he and i met back in high school dated for a few years then went different ways but stayed friends through out the years. Years later we got back together and been together ever since.
    I am just wondering what this could really mean.

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  65. Reggie at |

    This is a good websiter for the dreamers. I thought I was the only one looking for websites like this, but it turns out I’m not.

    This dream is a reoccurring dream, and I normally have this dream very often.

    In reality, my classes start about 9:00am, and I keep having the same dream about me trying to get to class early, but in different dreams about me being late or just on time for class. Last night, I was in a dream that I took a shortcut to Brown Mackie College, the college that I go to in reality. In the dream, behind that school is Bryan Station High School, the high school I graduated. The weird and magic part behind this dream is that Bryan station High School is in Lexington, KY, and Brown Mackie College is in Louisville, KY. I live in Louisville by the way. I guess that whenever I go take the shortcut to Bryan Station, which is behind Brown Mackie, I would find myself transported to the city of Lexington. (In the dream, I live in Lexington and back to my home city, Louisville whenever I come from the shortcut to Brown Mackie College. Every time I take that shortcut, it takes me only 5 minutes to get to the college, whereas, if I take the normal route, it will take me 40 minutes. Instead of me taking the shortcut, I would catch the school bus to try to get to class early, but I am late. Therefore, I take the shortcut this time, and I am early. I come to realize that in this dream, it is impossible for me to get to college on time, even if my parents take me there. In this dream, I wake up at 7:30am, drive to the school, and arrive at 1:00pm when I am supposed to be there by 9:00am. Therefore, the only thing left for me to do is to walk to school using that “magic” shortcut, which only takes me 5 minutes to get to my destination. I thought to myself, how weird is it for me to be at Bryan Station High school that is in Lexington, when Brown Mackie College is located in Louisville, especially which I live in Louisville?

    Then this same dream came up two nights later. I was at the college with my brother this time. I guess we were just visiting the school because we were bored or something. We, and some students, were waiting for a school bus to arrive to pick us up. I guess my brother and I did not feel like walking back home, so we decided to take the bus. We did not know what was going on because the bus driver announced that he was going to come late. Therefore, we waited and waited. The weird part was that we were loading some heavy objects for the bus driver, and when the bus arrives, we have to load the objects to the driver. When the bus finally came, the driver told us that we had to take another bus because the original bus driver came late. He also wanted us to load the objects onto the bus, so we dd. The driver said that before he could take us home, we had to take another group of students who are coming from Bryan Station high school home first. The creepy part of the dream was that I had all these dreams about going to Bryan Station High school, but I have never been inside the school every since the construction workers reconstructed the building in 2005 in reality. In the dream, I was excited to see what the inside of the school looks like. When I told my brother about the new construction of the school in the dream, he was like “Reggie, okay, and you get on my nerves keep telling me about this, so I don’t care about it, and leave me along about it.” After we finally got to Bryan Station, I did not get a chance to see the inside of the school because I woke up.

    In reality, I am always on time for school though. I find this dream to be cool because I would be at the school already in five minutes as exposed to me taking an hour to get there in reality.

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  66. Love psychic at |

    Psychoanalysts had addressed the question about the existence of dreams as our subconscious resurfacing within the moments where we are in the most calmed state. I do believe that both dreams and nightmares reflect a bit of ourselves, and that there is no other person that can explain their true meanings, but us, ourselves.

    “Our life is composed greatly from dreams, from the unconscious, and they must be brought into connection with action. They must be woven together.”
    ~Anais Nin

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  67. Isaiah at |

    My first time going public with this lol. Ive had the same dream now 3 times a week, i keep a dream diary and have been doing this for 4 years now since junior year in highschool. This dream is in a few pages and it scares/ excites me but i feel as if im crazy… Maybe u can help :) it starts out with me walking and its always a different road but ends up the same when i start to run, but when im running im moving fast like im flah or superman or something, then something strange happens, i rip my shirt off and run on all 4′s i see myself as a beast i cant compare to any other animal… Like a bear/tiger/wolf but i know its me… I feel as tho its the animal inside me trying to come out, or something. By the end of the run i look up and its night and i yell loud as i can and start crying hard, and i start to walk into the water and about 4 stepa into it im walking on the water and lightning and thunderbolts are hitting the water every minute or so but idk cuz idk how to tell time in a dream, every time it flashes tho i see shadows in the water and i start running on water faster and faster and i can feel the water slide through my feet n the shadows keep poping up and i finally jump off the lake into the air and as im floatin i cry harder and it rains harder but i can still see the lake all of it, its called lake geneva in wisconsin and i see my baby brother (17) looking at me just saying i miss you man, and then i wake up crying its strange but idk what to think… Kinda weird i know

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  68. confused101 at |

    ny friend keeps having an occuring dream since she was five… it takes place on a bus i belive she said and she is chased by the same man everytime… she runs super fast into a place that is extremely happy and fun with rainbows and waht not. but than something happens the place starts to melt and wipes away rainbows and she finds herself under a tree and it turns to black and white than she walks and she cant move adn there is a giant crow next to her its shiny and feathered and the detials r very defind and than she is super scared but she look to her left and her friends guardian angel is standing there and suddenely she feels safe.. what ddoes this mean?

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  69. Bria at |

    i keep having this dream where im in this huge building and t water falling from the ceiling and the building is flood to almost my knees.and im running around looking for people and a way out.this dream comes goes.

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  70. Salsera30 at |

    Hi Tanya,
    I recently had one of the scariest dreams of my life. I don’t remember all the details, but I was running around with my dog, simultaneously being chased by “bad guys” and trying to find the house where my family lived. When I found the house and went in, it was full of strangers. I yelled at them that they were in the wrong house and asked what they did with my family. Finally one woman said, “you want to know what happened to your family?” Then she took a piece of paper and lit it on fire. Then another person showed me a menu with peoples names on it.

    So here’s the strange part…at this point in the dream, I realized I was dreaming. I started hitting the woman in face, trying to scream, “I want to wake up!” She went still, like a robot that had been turned off. I kept hitting her and yelling that I wanted to wake up, and finally I did…crying hysterically. By far the strangest and scariest dream I’ve ever had.

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  71. eiyah at |

    im always dreaming of a man but i cannot see his face. The last time i dreamed about him, he was my boyfriend there but still, i cant remember or see his face. What’s the meaning of this?

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  72. Tahira at |

    I have a few dreams of places and then around a month later i actually go to that place that i’ve never seen in my life, and i’ve also dreamt of my friend’s past that he’s never told anyone about.

    ANother dream was of me not being able to move while this shadow person was slowly bringing out weapons and piercing my heart with each one and i was unable to move.
    What do they mean?

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  73. defender3708 at |

    i keep having this dream that im by a campfire and i hear a wolf howling the, sudenly the wolf rushes at me and sharpens its teeth in my adams apple and yank it own.when that happens i could see the place fading and and i caugh out blood in my dream.

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  74. ryan at |

    Hi just wondering if you could give me some advice on a dream most nights for a few months now I dream when I am laying in bed that there are spiders in my bed but I am also awake so I start hittin my bed and try to get ot but because I am in the dark I panic so I most of the time stand up on my bed against the wall and shout names of people I don’t even know from real life but from my previous dreams its quite confusing and keeps disturbing me from my sleep

    Would love to hear back thanks from ryan. P.s. Will you e-mail me your info not to sure how this web site works because I’m on my fone :) thanks

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  75. Brenda at |

    Hi i had this dream last night that i would like to know the meaning because I’ve had this dream a couple of times already. It’s about that I’m sitting down talking to the family and when I try to get up I can’t, my knees feel really weird like they hurt. I try to get up and get up but I can’t I try to stretch out my legs and it hurts while I’m streching. I just can’t stand up or walk. It’s the weirdest feeling ever.

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  76. metsi at |

    I keep on having this dream that lot’s and lot’s of food are being prepared sometimes by friends and sometimes by family, most of the time it looks like a wedding event, what does it mean?

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  77. Tracey at |

    It’s my 4th night in a row of nightmares. Same dream different scenarios – I’m either about to be murdered or in one dream I actually was and I see the scenario of people trying to find my body. What does this mean? Last night I was a human shield for crazy guys with machine guns. I can laugh about it now, but I have no idea how to solve whatever it is my subconscious is trying to tell me.

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  78. be.respectful at |

    Wonderful article! Humorous and very well written. Kudos Ms. Bennett!

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  79. justin at |

    ive been having recurring dreams how my mom was strangling and stabbing me while she was laughing hysterically. I keep waking up laughing in loud high pitch voice. I don’t have any family issues or anything. lol what does this mean?

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  80. unknown at |

    You got the falling teeth one wrong. when you dream of your teeth falling out of your head or just loosing your teeth normally, means someone near you will die or will fall very ill

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    1. TopTenz Master at |

      You are assuming dreams are precognitive then. Which they are not. Dreams tell us what our subconscious is thinking.

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  81. Jo'hanna at |

    would anyone out there understand as to why I had a dream about my daughter having tons of unused matches……… the feeling from this part of the dream was “anxiety and anxious as to why she had them”. The other dream, same time, was of my husband trying to find a small hand held gun…. he was making me very nervous. ” I wasn’t sure if it was for me or someone else.

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    1. Justin at |

      Do you have trust issues with your daughter?

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      1. Johanna at |

        yes

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  82. Matt at |

    I had a dream my Johnson fell off, then I put it where it should go until it reattached itself.

    I had another dream where lots of people were throwing bricks at my house and I had no one to turn to for help, even my parents didn’t want to know.

    I’ve also had lots of dreams where I am outrageously flirty with made up women who respond positively and we do lots of outrageous sexual acts, not with my wife though which worries me slightly, though I have had those dreams featuring my wife also.

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    1. Johanna at |

      Jo’hanna Barnard to Top
      show details 10:50 AM (13 minutes ago)
      I’m sorry, not sure what a “johnson ” is. If it’s an undergarment then I could tell you right now that life could be leaving you feel vulnerable and for you to pull it back together means your determined to keep your dignity despite what your feeling or going through.
      The dream of bricks being thrown at you is deffinitly the signs of each brick representing issues being thrown at you and in the end of it all your feeling left alone in it. Wanting your parents to help is because you truly want someone of experience to walk you through this, to guide you, and it’s frustrating to realize they are not there.
      The flirty thing with the woman may mean that you really do desire to open up to your wife about some deep feelings you have but for some reason your are feeling like you can’t. As for the case of “many” woman, it very well could be that your having a hard time trying to connect and that no matter how many woman you go through you just won’t feel emotionally satisfied because you really do desire to speak only to your wife.
      I could be completely wrong in all of this………… but your dreams remind me of some I’ve personally had in the past.

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  83. marissa at |

    im having a dream where there is a man tied to a chair facing away from me. and another man is holding a gun to the other mans head. he is always facing away from me. the man holding the gun asks me “what is the correct answer,” and i say something different every night (obviously i cannot control what i answer in my dream) but when i answer it is always wrong and the man tied down ends up getting shot and then i wake up. i have been having this for about the past week. what does this mean? its really starting to scare me. please help

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    1. Jo'hanna at |

      Marissa, is there someone that you feel is in lack of control of there own life ? Being ” tied down” as if to say. If so, yu could be having a great deal of sympathy for this person and now you could be desiring to to get the right answer for them in life in order to help them feel they can conquer this dilemma….. so your brain could be storming with answers but each one is just seems to not be the right one so now you may feel an urgency to help, in fear that something could go wrong for them.
      I would address this, only the basis that it wouldn’t cause any more emotional harm to the individual. JUST a simple thought.

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      1. marissa at |

        thank you so much everyone else has been telling me that i am having an agression problem and that i need to take control of it before i hurt someone i truly love but the thing is, i am one of the most laid back people you will ever meet. so thank you for the help! it really means a lot!

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  84. Lisa at |

    I’ve had a recurring nightmare for years- twice last night. I’m always on a holiday trip with my sisters,Mother and husband. Last night we shared a hotel and I suddenly realized I had to go to my new job- and was late- so I searched for my shoes and my sisters were furious that I was leaving. My husband rallied with them, mocking me, but I managed to flee-shoeless to look for a way to the job. He came outside to ridicule me for leaving the marriage-saying I’d abandoned him to strangers. Another scenario is they all gang up on me and make me responsible for cleaning, driving them and so forth and when I try to ask for help they ( husband and family) always turn on me and abandon me. Yes- they do act badly and stick together against me in real life- but why am I dreaming of it so often? Please look at the common elements- travel, family , over tasked and always left alone. Very distressing!

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    1. Johanna at |

      Your starting to break down from it all………………… it’s just a matter of time before you seriously react to them. You;ll eventually tell them all off. And even if you have done so in the past, this time it will stick. So, it’s either verbally, or you’ll stop your associations some how.

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  85. Fufuz at |

    I can’t stand being chased by someone or something, I can’t possibly think or something I’m trying to escape but so far I’ve been chased by: mammoths, zombies, vampires, snakes, cannibals, lava, shadows, people with weapons, random bystanders, water, giant robots, dinosaurs and a weird blue mist which seeps through any sized hole and can trun into people.

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    1. jo'hanna at |

      well my dear, something is seriously troubling you for a very long time now. It’ either a sore conscience, or something your not ready to deal with and so your constantly repressing it.
      Either way your subconscience is nagging at you big time.

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  86. relena at |

    thank you for the great information I wanted to ask about some dreams i am having well i have been having nightmares for 10 years now and it is usually from 1 to 5 dreams every time i sleep and in most of them when i get really scared i become able to control the dream and change it to get myself away from whatever is frightening me in some other dreams i wake up crying really bad and also in others a dream would last short time as i fall from a high place and when i hit the ground i wake up panting and also when i get hit by a car so could you tell me why can i control the dream only when i am really scared and why am i having nightmares for 10 years now thank you very much for your help

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  87. johanna at |

    interesting…………. I only have a thought to this.
    You have been able to change some circumstances in life or will since now you are feeling a lot bolder than ever before whether conscientiously or sub-conscientiously …… yet there are still some things you still just can’t seem to control. Which could mean things that are actually over taking your life. It could be either or : physically, emotionally, mentally, or even spiritually. It is only U that will have to figure that out. something happened 10 yrs ago where you felt you had lost control of something.

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  88. relena at |

    thank u for the reply indeed i’ve many things that is out of my control and since over than 10 yrs ago i’ve had many family problems although i was just a kid however most of my nightmares are about a phobia that i’ve that is why i get really scared i tried to search for a treatment but i couldn’t find any well thank u for reading and replying

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  89. Jo'hanna at |

    Not that I’m the magical Dr. here in the world, but just a little suggestion your way as to the uncontrolled phobias……. Try staying away from any kind of sugar for 3 mths…. Your body should start relaxing.
    You can eat all the fruit and veggies and ect. Just stay away from things that have added sugar. If you find that you are still having a problem then the next thing is to stay away from white starches. ( potato, corn, pasta and bread ) It just all may be worth it in the long run. But, my dear, take ONE STEP AT A TIME.

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    1. relena at |

      is it really going to help if i stopped sugar and starches ? could you explain to me how is it related to phobia? thank u for your concern i’m sure you will laugh out loud if i told you what my phobia is my family and friends did thanks for your help

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      1. Jo'hanna at |

        Ok. Now you got me chuckling……. perhaps I did get ahead of myself in understand what you were asking about.
        Sugar, can help the nervous system become revved up because of the stress it causes on the pancreas. I know of woman who have been sorely abused in life and have suffered with night mares as well as dealing with OCD, which those issues may not have gone away all together but they have definitively helped in bringing down the anxieties.
        I know that myself, I suffer with panic attacks and it clams down a great deal when I lay off the sugar. But like I said, it was just an innocent suggestion…….

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        1. relena at |

          thank u for your help i really appreciate it

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  90. Confused at |

    I had a dream that I was in hospital and had a baby girl. My 2 friends and their mum was with me, in my dream I didnt tell any one but them that I was pregnant and their mum was laughing really hard telling me my mum was going to kill me when she finds out, later in the dream i went out of the hospital for something and i couldnt get back in I couldnt find the doors. When i woke up I missed my baby I wanted her, in real life I dont have kids. could you tell me what this means please?

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  91. Jo'hanna at |

    Birth always means a new direction to life or a new adventure that yur about to peer into.
    Are you desiring to open a new door in your life but don’t dare tell anyone, and yet if you do, are you afraid they would someone control the situation by “metaphorically” closing the door on you ?
    Perhaps it’s best you don’t allow anyone to know of any of your goals that you have in mind just so that U can prove to yourself that U can do it all on your own with out anyone’s thoughts, ideas or permissions on it. This way, you won’t look back and find yourself mourning for that “baby” idea you once had. ( This is just a goofy thought )

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    1. Confused at |

      oh now i understand the dream :) thank you

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  92. Maria at |

    heyy, can you please help me, i just had this dream yesterday. the top of my head was cut open :/ and i didnt notice until someone told me. mmmm idk if it had something to do with the fact that i was straightning out my hair the night before? o.O

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  93. Tim at |

    i haven’t dreamt for months and months, but last night i had a weird one, i kind of know what it means but there are still bits i don’t understand.
    it was at night and i was with my two best mates, Simon and Kim, Simon was only half in it, he seemed to be always right on the side of my field of view and he never spoke.
    i was talking to Kim and i had my hand on her shoulder and her arm.
    (it seemed like the dream skipped a bit) but then there was this boy who ive never met or seen before tried to fight me, he jumped on my back with his arm round my throat. he said in my ear, ”get off her” to which i slowly backed away from Kim (which i thought was weird because kim’s my best friend and all of us had only known this guy for 30 seconds) but Kim just looked straight into my eyes, very teary and serious, almost with regret, and just said ”i want to get really drunk” but to me that felt like she was saying she wants meaningless sex with this idiot that had threatened me,
    then the next thing i know they’ve disappeared into the very dark doorway that i think was a nightclub, and i just stood there for a second, then left without my friends.

    this is probably the most deep dream i’ve ever had so i would be very grateful if someone can help me figure it out :)

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  94. ashley at |

    I have a recurring dream for 6 straight years (2005-2011) and now, starting last year up to present it become intense. I always dream of my former classmate in college who used to be also my crush for a short-while. At the beginning, I can’t remember exactly the flow of my dream but these past months it became clearer, he always appeared in my sleep, almost everyday, as if he’s just a neighbor, a friend, and even act as a bf, sometimes his talking and sharing some ideas….i found it weird coz i’m not close to him, i didn’t even got a chance of befriending this guy though (we were seatmates also) but i know deep inside that we don’t feel like each other…we clashed silently but on the later part of our year, we became at least civil….after I graduated in College year 2004, i never heard anything bout him, .my life eventually focused on work, plenty of activities and other stuffs.

    Last quarter months of 2005, I begun to dreamed of him which i just ignored coz i only thought that maybe i missed my college days, i missed my friends but now I am getting older he’s always there in my dream, as if he got important message for me, every time i woke up, i shook my head and told myself, wondering if he’s still alive or dead? what does this guy need from me, if he’s dead and need additional prayer for his soul, then why me? i am not a friend of him….every time i dream of him, makes me feel that he need something from me…i don’t know, I tried my best to ignore my dream about him but he’s always there…i even try to take control of my dream, but as usual he’s there, waiting, sending vague messages….a couple of months ago, i tried to contact one of his close friend in colleague and ask his whereabouts, just wanted to know if he’s fine, healthy or anything…though, it makes me sound like I am a crazy woman wanting to stalk somebody…i don;t care, i just want to know and find the answers, but his close friend never reply on my message so this makes me realized that, maybe the answer i am looking for will only come at the right time…

    Is there anyone of you, who have the same recurring dream like I have? can anyone help me analyzed what does it mean….i don’t really want to bother myself anymore but since i’ve found this site i was thinking, maybe some of you might help me or rather help enlighten my mind about this matter….thank you very much for reading…may God always bless us.

    G

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  95. Angie Sheppard at |

    I have question obout when my Dad passed away 10 years ago Im getting two different stories from family members that my Dad did’nt leave my stepmother anything no ins. money when I was told he had 3 life policy’s, he passed of cancer I remember when hospice came to his house after he passed one step sister said hospice needed to put on his death certifacate that he had cancer so the poclicys would pay off, now and then 10 yrs ago they said he didnt leave her anything no money, my Aunt my Dads sister said yes he did have ins. policy’s, I know I should just leave this alone and not worry but the step sisters are blaiming us for their mothers death my Dads wife which she passed 3 yrs after he did of cancer too., how do i find out if he did have ins policy,s? I dont want anything just peace of mind and maybe mine and my real brothers baby pictures of us with our Dad

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    1. Jo'hanna at |

      Angie, I could only imagine the upheaval of emotions you are feeling right now about all of this.
      You poor girl. My suggestion is to see who his beneficiary was. Or if you find that doesn’t work, then find out who his lawyer was. Or even more so, see if the police station has ways of being able to help you in finding an answer. Someone is responsible for giving you the correct answer to all of this because “you are his daughter “.
      As for you being the cause of anyone’s death……………. let it go dear-heart.
      That, I can tell you, is not an attack on “you” but his death. They may feel this way for years to come all because death is not an easy thing to deal with. The bible tells us that it’s not natural for humans to die, case in point as to why people hit shock and all the other negative emotions that go with it. Sorry…………. not trying to sound all preachy here. I just hoped that it might help in understanding why the disturbance. But I do agree to just go and get your pictures and *allow yourself* to have peace of mind. People won’t let you, again, because of their own anger of his death. I hope this was help. OH, but one another thing………… you just may find our more things about your dad as the years go by………. so, your better off starting now to just close your eyes and ears to all of this and just *Let It GO*. Please feel free to always connect with me as to how your doing with all of this. ( jojo.4790@gmail.com )

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  96. bob at |

    Not a recurring dream in particular, but rather a recurring character…
    I never see that person in the same place. He’s blue-ish (sometimes white with blue overtones). Clearly not a normal person, as he has no face and seems to be made of a material that’s a slight bit shiny/reflective… he’ll randomly appear wherever I am in my dream and he’ll run by, turn a corner, and then just either run in place there, or stand still. He doesn’t seem to ever pay attention to me much. Last time I saw him, I strangely tried attacking him with a roll of paper towels (I was in a gas station), but it passed right through him and he didn’t seem to care.
    Whoever he is, he clearly scares the **** out of my dream self enough to wake me up. I have no idea what or who he is, or if he represents anything.

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  97. Janine at |

    Hello I dreamed of striking a match and it suddenly blow out, does anyone know what this dream means to you???

    Janine

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  98. nikki at |

    i keep having a dream of my aunts old house.. she moved like 2 or 3 years ago. but im never the only one in the house but in every dream ive had, i go to her back door and the door wont lock, its apparently broken and someone it struggling to get in to kill me. i have to lean against it but im not strong enough to keep them out and they get in but dont kill me? someone help me…i really enjoy my sleep =(

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  99. Ben at |

    I dream fairly often that my close friends and loved ones are getting brutally beaten sum times stabbed by sum one dressed all I’n black and that I can not get to them to help an then I would normally wake up feeling scared and having hot flushes. Does any one no what this might mean please.

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  100. Claudia at |

    Hi, I sometimes but not always have a dream about my granddad(he’s dead). In the dream, I am always at my aunts house(she was married to him, isn’t really my aunt- long story!) and he is sat on a stall in his kitchen in the corner of the room. He smiles but doesn’t say anything, I know he is there because I can see him sitting there and before I enter the kitchen, I can feel his presence. I had spoken about him with my aunt when I last visited her.. I don’t know what to think. What could this mean? Could he be sending me a message? I’m lost here, please help!

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