Going deeper in dream interpretation is so important to truly understand your dream meanings. If you use a dream dictionary app or book, you’re receiving a basic viewpoint. Instead it’s important to dig into all angles of the dream. An analogy for you to understand this is when you desire to know your horoscope for the day. There are a mega amount of sites that have horoscopes written from someone’s astrological point of view on your star sign. More importantly, these horoscopes are for the general audience and don’t take into account: the time of your birth, your ascending sign, different houses, and other aspects pertaining to astrology. The same is true for dream analysis.
This post is to inform my readers about signs from the deceased besides dreams. Because every day I get hundreds of visits to three of my most popular blogs, Dreams of a Deceased Mother, Dreams of a Deceased Father, and Dreaming of a Deceased Pet. Yes, dreams about the departed are very important; however, that’s not the only way our deceased loved ones contact us. Sometimes our grief will stop them from visiting in our dreams. A departed loved one might prefer to contact us during the day by using another method, which they find easier or fits their personality better.
The idea of doing a blog on the elephant dream meanings came about from my recent trip to the San Diego Zoo. What fun it was to watch such magnificent creatures eat, walk about, and live! Elephants have fascinated humans for centuries, which is why it’s not surprising they appear symbolically in our dreams.
Are you wondering about what the meanings of bear symbolism in dreams are? Then you have come to the right place. In this post, I will go over the general bear positive and negative messages. Next we’ll view the bear symbol from different angles.
If you are unsure of what an image message is, use your intuition for the correct dream symbol meaning that feels spot on to you. One symbol can have many interpretations. Sadly, many people won’t take a moment to reflect on what a dream symbol means to them. Instead they instantly click on a dream dictionary app. If you must do this, please allow your intuition to guide you to choose one of the definitions listed in the app that feels right to you. Don’t be surprised if none of them do. This is what happened to me decades ago when I researched symbols in a dream dictionary book. The author was off on so many of my symbols that I donated her book.
The idea that nightmares help you grow is a foreign concept to many people. In fact, I have received nasty responses about a Pinterest pin that uses the below quote from my book Learn the Secret Language of Dreams. Sadly, those who were upset, couldn’t comprehend the positives from an uncomfortable dream. Many of these pinners went on to describe their awful nightmares.
The idea to do a blog about dream meanings for boundary setting came from a recent post I did on LinkedIn. A connection commented how she never thought making boundaries would appear in a dream. However, our daytime actions may trigger nighttime dreams, while giving solution steps to take. Here’s the quote from my first book, Psychic Wisdom on Love and Relationships.
Since the warmer weather is approaching in the States, I felt it would be appropriate to write a blog about summer dream meanings to help readers with dream interpretation. For this post, I will look at the possible positive and negative dream meanings for summer. It’s important to remember that these are general meanings.