Have you ever put up with a repeated dream? Most of us have had them from time to time. The very fact that it is a dream that you know repeats means it is a dream you remember. We know that we all dream lots of dreams throughout a given night of sleep. But only a few dreams poke through to our conscious mind so we are aware of them. So if a dream can break through that barrier, that is a persistent dream that has more power than most dreams because it can blow down that wall between sleep and being awake and get your attention.
If a dream blows down that wall over and over again, that is the kind of dream that is really trying to get your attention. So if you can find out what the meaning of that dream is, the first good of it is that it will help you resolve whatever your subconscious is trying to tell you to fix. But maybe the best outcome is that when you resolve whatever is so important to your subconscious that it keeps barging into your conscious mind, that dream can finally go away. And in most cases, we are darn glad to see those repeated dreams disappear.
To try to “decipher” what your subconscious is trying to say, first put the dream, whether it is a one time dream that was disturbing or a repeating dream, in the context of your life. If you think about your dreams or you keep a dream journal (which is a very good idea), you will identify connections between events that happened the day before the dream or within a week that are directly connected to the dream. Hence, if you are going to start a new job, move to a new town or start a new school, you will often have a dream where you are in a place you don’t understand and you are trying to figure it out.
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