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Dream Interpretation

Dreams have their own language, and their symbols have been shown to be universal. This group is for anyone interested in the psychology behind dreams and what they mean. 

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Cannibalism dream...?

Started by Katie Cross. Last reply by Katie Cross Nov 25, 2013. 2 Replies

So this is what exactly happened in my dream. A lot happened but this is the only particular scenario I recall:I'm talking with a couple of random students and we're doing some activities and stuff…Continue

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Speaking A Foreign Language

Started by Lauren Woods. Last reply by Sandra Jane Gibson Oct 14, 2013. 5 Replies

I once had a professor who said, "I want you to study so much that you begin speaking (language) inside of your dreams." Have you ever had a dream where you were not only speaking another language,…Continue

Bad dream!

Started by Mahboob. Last reply by Mahboob Jul 28, 2013. 2 Replies

I had a dream last night where there was this coconut BUSH (do they exist? lol) in my neighborhood I discovered by walking around with a couple of my neighbors. We had baseball bats all of the sudden…Continue

dream of traveling

Started by William Pine. Last reply by Lauren Woods Apr 10, 2013. 5 Replies

This morning before waking I was having one super realistic dream, in which i was talking to some people while we were on a bus, a big window bus and it drove through some hills and long roads,…Continue

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Comment by Lauren Woods on March 15, 2013 at 2:06am

"

Symbols are the language of dreams. A symbol can invoke a feeling or an idea and often has a much more profound and deeper meaning than any one word can convey. At the same time, these symbols can leave you confused and wondering what that dream was all about.

Acquiring the ability to interpret your dreams is a powerful tool. In analyzing your dreams, you can learn about your deep secrets and hidden feelings. Remember that no one is a better expert at interpreting your dreams than yourself.  "

Comment by Gerett Treas on March 15, 2013 at 6:54am

Cool. Hopefully I can learn something here. I am not the expert on this topic, and will likely spend more time asking questions and making comments. Nice idea though, I look forward to learning something. 

Comment by lakshman on March 15, 2013 at 7:04am

an interesting topic! thanks for inviting :) I don't know much about this topic too and hope to learn something :) 

Comment by Lauren Woods on March 15, 2013 at 9:11am

Thanks guys :) Will be fun to see the dreams start coming in xo I'll start tonight ;)

Comment by Mahboob on March 15, 2013 at 9:52am

this is the coolest page here!

Comment by Lauren Woods on March 15, 2013 at 9:54am

* ^ - ^ * Thank you Katie!!!

Comment by Gerett Treas on March 15, 2013 at 11:02am

Do hallucinations count as dreams? I call them visions, but most modern people call them hallucinations. It is the same chemical (DMT) which cause both. 

Comment by Lauren Woods on March 15, 2013 at 11:10am

Hmmm, interesting question. Like a drug induced hallucination or a hallucination from sleep deprivation? I guess it'd depend! Not sure on the psychology behind hallucinations, would be very fascinating to learn they are alike.

Comment by Gerett Treas on March 15, 2013 at 11:14am

Well, both a drug induced hallucination and hallucinations from sleep deprivation would still come from the chemical DMT, it is what gives one the visions that are not "concrete". Basically I was just wondering if you needed to be asleep for it to qualify. 

Comment by Gerett Treas on March 15, 2013 at 11:16am

It would be the same for things like Native American sweat lodges as well, you know where they get their body temperature so high they begin to hallucinate. Again, they call them visions. 

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