14 Interesting Psychology Facts About Your Dreams Explained Experts

Over the past years researchers have been trying to discover the hidden truths that lie in your subconscious mind when you go to sleep, dreams are also straightforward in their meaning to the dreamer

Did you know that dreams are ideas, succession of images,and emotions that happens in the mind during certain stages of your sleep.

Have you ever wondered why you are having crazy dream at night and what it really means?

Read below the 14 most common images seen in your dream and what it really means:

1. Death

Although death is often perceived as negative, it's often more directly related to dramatic change happening for the dreamer, the end of one thing, in order to make room for something new.

2. Flying

Flying in a dream, and how effectively or poorly it's done, relates to how much control we feel we have in our lives, and whether we are confident and able to achieve our goals.

3. Water

Water frequently represents our emotions or our unconscious minds. The quality of the water (cloudy vs. clear, calm vs. turbulent) often provides insight into how we are effectively managing our emotions.

4. People

Seeing other people in your dream is often a reflection of the different aspects of the self. Specific people directly relate to existing interpersonal relationships or issues we need to work through.

5. Classroom or School

People having this dream often confronted with a test that they are not prepared to take. The "lesson" or "test" we face inside the school or classroom is frequently one we need to learn from our past.

6. Paralysis

Dreaming about paralysis frequently represents the overlap between the waking and dream stage of sleep stage. It can also indicate that the dreamer feels he or she lacks control in their waking life.

7. Being Chased

Chase dreams help us to understand that we may not be addressing something in our waking lives that requires our attention.

8. Love Making

Making love in dreams can simply be an outlet for sexual expression. But dreams can also symbolize about this intimate connections with one's self and others.

9. Falling

Uncontrollably falling from a great height indicates something in our waking life that feels very much out of control.

10. Nud!ty

Emotional or psychological vulnerability or exposure is very often expressed in dreams through nudity. The body part that's exposed can give more insight into the emotion that our dreams are helping us to understand.

11. Baby

Dreaming of a baby often represents something new: It might be a new idea, new project at work, new development or the potential for growth in a specific area of  our waking life.

12. Food

Food symbolizes energy, knowledge or nourishment and is directly related to our intellect, emotions and spirituality.

13. House

Houses frequently represent the dreamer's mind. The basement often represents what has been neglected, or what the dreamer is not aware of in his or her waking life, while bedrooms relate to intimate thoughts and feelings - those closest to the dreamer's core self.

14. Vehicles

This means that all vehicles can give us the power to make a transition and envision ourselves getting to our destination - or highlight the obstacles we think we are facing and need to work through.

This might help you interpret your dreams and know that they have meanings.

14 Interesting Psychology Facts About Your Dreams Explained Experts 14 Interesting Psychology Facts About Your Dreams Explained Experts Reviewed by Admiin Artikulo on May 28, 2019 Rating: 5
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