Are you wondering why I would do a blog on nightmare quotes? Perhaps you would prefer that nightmares didn’t exist? They occur to alert us to what we are repressing or fearful of; to learn more about why we have bad dreams, please read the blog Nightmares are a Gift. Below you will find twelve quotes including two from my book Learn the Secret Language of Dreams.

Twelve Nightmare Quotes

In nightmares we can think the worst. That’s what they’re for, I guess. – Stephen King

You are the keeper of your memories. And you are the composer of your nightmares. – David J. Naiman

Nightmares are a gift because the person is being forced awake to look at an issue that they have been avoiding to find a solution. – Pamela Cummins

You learned to run from what you feel, and that’s why you have nightmares. To deny is to invite madness. To accept is to control. – Megan Chance

Nightmares are needed to help us get out of denial of a situation or work past a fear to achieve better lives. – Pamela Cummins

Never are we as honest as at night, alone with thoughts and nightmares. – Laura Lam

Which is the true nightmare, the horrific dream that you have in your sleep or the dissatisfied reality that awaits you when you awake? – Justin Alcala

Love is the most beautiful of dreams and the worst of nightmares. – Aman Jassal

I really like it when a bad dream doesn’t scare you…it inspires you instead. – Fwah Storm

When your dream turns into a nightmare, rise to the challenge and slaughter the dragons – Bangambiki Habyarimana

It’s when you tame your nightmares, that your dreams will willingly enter the corral. – Anthony T. Hincks

I love bad dreams. They remind me of the goodness of life. – Marty Rubin

Nightmares are similar to going to the dentist or scrubbing out the toilet – unpleasant, yet a necessary part of life. Instead of fearing these types of dreams: embrace them, discover the meaning, and toil through the issues.

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Quotes on Nightmares

 

About the Author Pamela Cummins

Pamela Cummins specializes in dream interpretation and personal and spiritual growth. She is available for dream analysis and coaching. You can read and submit questions to her column In the Dreamtime in Bellesprit Magazine. Pamela is the author of Learn the Secret Language of Dreams, Psychic Wisdom on Love and Relationships, Insights for Singles: Steps to Find Everlasting Love, Personal Growth Affirmations, the FREE eBook Pamela's Love Collection, and the self-improvement oracle deck, Purrs for Humans.

4 comments

  1. Pamela,
    I liked the blog.
    Nightmares are a collection of our fears, and they can also be so much more. The trick is to learn from them. Sometimes it is easier said than done.
    But as long as we dream, we will also continue to have nightmares.
    I use both of them for inspiration

    All the best.
    Anthony T. Hincks

  2. I have night terrors. Caused from the PTSD I brought with me from my childhood. Night terrors are NEVER rewarding or wanted,only expected, which takes the need for sleep unpleasant.

    1. Thank you for your brave comment, Sarah. PTSD dreams can be very upsetting, yet these types of dreams occur to help you “heal” from the trauma. Am I correct in assuming that you have worked or working with a trained professional to help you heal, since you know why you have these dreams? If not, please find someone with training in this area. The only time I help someone interpret these types of dreams is when they have proof they’re in therapy. Sarah, I will keep you in my prayers. In case, anyone is reading this and wondering if you’re having PTSD dreams, please read the two posts I have on this topic. https://learndreaminterpretation.com/category/ptsd-dreams/

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