Do dream dictionaries help interpret a symbol’s meaning? Many people have a dream, pick out the main symbol, and then look up the symbol in a dream dictionary or app to discover what the dream meant. Yet, is that interpretation correct? To learn what dream dictionaries are useful for, please listen to this podcast in iTunes, Google Play, Podbean, or in the player below. If you enjoyed the podcast, check out the other podcasts and subscribe to never miss an episode.
“I cried because I had no shoes till I met a man who had no feet” ~ Saadi
Have you ever had dreams about shoes? Shoes are important to protect our feet from stepping on anything that could harm them; therefore, shoes are symbolic of protection. Most likely, protecting your body or an Earthly possession. If you’re curious about the dream meanings of feet, please read my blog post Dream Interpretation for Feet.
Dreaming about being nude in a dream is very common, especially in public. The number one interpretation of being naked is vulnerability, which is logical since in everyday life we wear clothing to protect ourselves from being exposed to harm. Here are five other interpretations:
Snakes are a common symbol in dreams, yet there is no one size fits all meaning. Every person has their different life experiences, beliefs, traumas, obstacles, and ways of interacting with people that seeps into their dream life. This is why it’s important to figure out your dreams special symbols and unique interpretation.
The same is true of snake bites; for instance, a snake trainer will respond differently than a teenage girl. Your emotions also are a gigantic clue; who knows, maybe there’s a person who enjoys being bitten by a snake?
Whenever I write a blog on a specific symbol, I always remind my readers of how important your emotions are in a dream. Your feelings are key to understanding the true message, which is why I always ask my clients what they felt in the dream.
Let’s play around with my theory by using the following three examples:
A big thank you to Katherien Lundin for her contribution of her third guest post. Enjoy!
In dreamtime we all go to many places and some of these places can evoke a myriad of feelings that we may or not be feeling during present day waking moments.
This blog post was brought on by a dream I had last night, which I will share a little further down. The following are my own six general symbol meanings of a bicycle:
Did you know that when a person understands their dream symbols and meanings, it will change their life for the better? Every night our dreams give valuable information, which the majority of the population have no idea how to tap into.
What an honor to have Chariss K. Walker as a guest! She has written a ton of books on various topics. If you are thinking about writing a book or are an author this post will interest you. I found her dream so fascinating that led her to do an intense meditation, which inspired her to write the first book of the series. Read on to learn more…
Many people think they will find an immediate answer to their dream symbol in a dream dictionary; however, is it truly accurate? Not really! Their meanings are too general as I blogged about in “Are Dream Dictionaries’ Interpretations Right or Wrong?” Still people think they can find the true meaning of their dreams in a dictionary, which you can compare to reading your horoscope online – these are for the general public, not the individual. To get a clearer picture of how to start to comprehend your personal symbol, please watch the short video below from the online course How to Interpret Your Dreams.