(Closed) Help me interpret my dreams about an ex…eep!

posted 6 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
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Busy Beekeeper

Whenever I try to figure out my dreams, I consult:  dreammoods.com – the interpretations are errily accurate.

ETA:  From the site:

Crowd

To dream that you are in or part of a crowd suggests that you need some space for yourself. You need solitude to reflect on a situation and recharge your energy. Consider also the familiar phrase of “going along with the crowd” which implies conformity and lack of individuality. Perhaps you feel that your own opinion doesn’t count or matter. Alternatively, dreaming of a crowd means that you need to incorporate the various aspects of the crowd into your own persona.

To dream that you are not part of a crowd or that you separated yourself from a crowd suggests that you are feeling left out. Alternatively, the dream symbolizes your individualism. You are your own person and you are not afraid to voice your own opinions. 

To see an unruly crowd in your dream signifies that the worries and problems around you are pressing in on you. You are expressing great distress.

To see a happy, orderly crowd in your dream indicates that you have a strong social support system.


Hugging

To dream that you are hugging someone symbolizes your loving and caring nature. You are holding someone or something close to your heart. Alternatively, it may indicate your need to be more affectionate.


Bathroom

To dream that you are in the bathroom relates to your instinctual urges. You may be experiencing some burdens/feelings and need to “relieve yourself”. Alternatively, a bathroom symbolizes purification and self-renewal. You need to cleanse yourself, both emotionally and psychologically.

To dream that you are in a public restroom with no stalls or that there are a lot of people around while you are trying to do your business signifies your frustrations about getting enough privacy. You are always putting others ahead of your own needs. As a result, you are lacking a sense of personal space. Alternatively, the dream indicates that you are having difficulties letting go of old emotions. You are afraid that if you reveal these feelings, then others around you will judge and criticize you.

To dream that you are in a bathroom meant for the opposite sex suggests that you are overstepping your boundaries. You have crossed the line in some situation.

To dream that you can not find the bathroom or that you have difficulties finding one indicates that you have difficulties in releasing and expressing your emotions. You are holding back your true feelings about something.   TOP

Post # 5
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Busy Beekeeper

@hopestruck:  it’s seriously insane how accurate it is.  Usually I’ll remember one or two elements from a dream and look it up later…. 9 out of 10 times, it’s related to something I can pinpoint…. even the most bizarre things.  A friend introduced that site to me several years ago and I’ve been using it ever since!  Like you, I totally dig the subconscious – I think there is so much our brains process!

Post # 7
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Dream interpretation is a bit of a black art; it’s more important and more accurate to analyze a pattern of dreams rather than one or two specific dreams, and your emotions during the dreams are more important than the imagery itself.  Most times, your dreams have no meaning at all, and are just your subconcious’ way of resetting itself– clearing out all the images you’ve seen and thought of in recent days/months. Like a mental spring cleaning.   

You may find that many of the self-analysis resources (books and websites) give fairly vague explanations. Each one of us feels crowded/not enough space, not enough privacy, tired, scared or happy over *some* aspect of our lives, so these interpretations are accurate only that they are so incredibly broad as to be able to apply to everyone. I would take what they say with a pinch of salt.

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