(Closed) Does anyone know how to interpret dreams?

posted 6 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 3
1595 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@ananeele:  Sorry, I can’t interpret- just wanted to also relate, that I was in a dream car accident last night also- except I was being chased around a parking lot by a vehicle where the driver was screaming, “let’s see how long it takes to kill her”… yay for real life! 😀

Post # 4
6998 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2011

I think trying to interperate dreams can be fun and interesting but i don’t know if you should look at it literally. My husband has a history of night terrors and had dying dreams all the time – try not to harp on it 🙂

but for fun:

treeLife. A tall, healthy tree is often a symbol of a flourishing, vibrant life.

accidentBeing in an accident (car, airplane, train, etc.) can mean:

  • You’re afraid of something catastrophic happening that’s out of your control
  • You’re feeling things are out of control somehow in your life right now
  • You feel or fear bad luck or things not going your wa

unknown personA person you don’t know can represent many things, such as:

  • A real person you actually know, or a particular person’s role in your life
  • A characteristic or general type of person
  • A type of person you’d like (or wouldn’t like) to know
  • A general threat or fear (not a person)
  • A problem, challenge, issue, to-do list item, etc.
  • A religious figure or helper

For clues about what the person represents, consider their characteristics, what they’re doing and how, what stands out about them, and your emotional reaction to their presence.


  • A gift or assistance from God
  • Nourishment and replenishing (as rain nourished plants)
  • Spiritual presence
  • Cleansing, washing away the old, and starting new

Post # 5
7173 posts
Busy Beekeeper

There’s a website called:  dreammoods.com that gives answers to what you see/experience in dreams.  For me, it’s been about 90% spot on. Other times, it’s just random.  I’ve also heard that whatever object is in your dream represents some part of you … but, I’ve never quite grasped that concept.

Post # 6
1562 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

It definitely has to do with feeling that a particular situation is out of your control.  It’s very common.

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