By Treathyl FOX, aka CMoneyspinner
Do you have a dream that you dream often?
When I was a child, I always ended up in a car with other family members, dangling off the edge of something like a highway where the construction wasn’t finished and we didn’t see the sign saying “Under Construction” until it was too late. Nobody would dare move because if we did, we’d plummet to our deaths. But I don’t have that dream any more.
A Dictionary and Guide for Interpreting Any Dream
These days my dreams are all kinds of random stuff as if my mind is unloading garbage. I got no complaints though. I’m happy to get rid of the trash and unnecessary crap, and purify my mind! :)
My late mother used to have a dream interpretation book. I wish I would have saved it. It was full of malarkey but she believed it. I could prove to her that it wasn’t nothing but junk, but she wouldn’t believe me! Then I learned about Sigmund Freud and his weird ideas about dreams. I don’t believe none of that either! My husband is the only person who ever gave me a direct plain reasonable explanation of dreams. ‘Eh!, he said, 'It's just your subconscious mind clearing out stuff you didn't sort out during the day.'
Still … it’s interesting to note that there are common dreams that many people many people have - no matter what their background, ethnicity, beliefs, culture, etc. Click here to find out what the 10 Most Common Dreams are. Would you believe that my husband’s recurring dream is not included in the list of 10. In his dreams, he can fly!
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