The Dream Moods Dictionary serves as the most comprehensive guide to start helping you interpret your dreams. And if dream interpretations are your thing, you wouldn't be the first person to become fascinated by what went on in the mind while you were sleeping. Dreams have been a popularly studied topic since four thousand years before the birth of Christ. Over the years, your dreams have become a staple of civilization and sanity, as a result, studies have shown that dream interpretations are at times a reflection of repressed thoughts and impulses that are snuffed out during your waking hours. Some professionals, especially those in the creative arts, look to dreams for inspiration in writing their next Top Forty hit, and for novelist and other writers, dreams serve as a great springboard to writing the next great American novel. Understanding dream dynamics is step one to dream interpretations.
Dream Interpretations and Types of Dreams
Before you begin your journey into dream interpretations, it may be helpful to know and understand different types of dreams. There are, in fact, nine types of dreams-and some of them, you may have heard of before, take daydreams, for example. Then there are lucid dreams. Lucid dreams are come in particular handy when trying to determine the meaning of a recurring dream, because lucid dreams allow the dreamer to take control over the direction of the dream. And speaking of recurring dreams, you can go ahead and add that to the list, as well. Nightmares are another commonly known type of dream. The other types of dreams are:
Healing Dreams: Healing dreams are often tied to a dreamer's concerns about health.
Prophetic Dreams: Prophetic dreams are so-called "psychic dreams," and just like the fortune tellers after which they were named, prophetic dreams are believed to foresee the future.
Signal Dreams: Signal dreams exist to assist with problem solving.
Epic Dreams: Epic dreams are characterized by vivid detail and attention to character. Such dreams are often rich in symbolism.
Common Dreams-What Do They Mean?
When it comes to dream interpretations, there are six types of common dreams. These dreams can often be recurring and you'd better belief they point to some higher meaning.
Naked Dreams: Is there anyone who hasn't at least once awaken in the middle of the night in the confines of a cold sweat at the sheer horror of walking through Dreamland in your bathsuit? Naked dreams actually have a meaning. According to dream interpretations, dreamers who are weighed down under the burden of a secret may experience a surge of dreams that include them, a crowded boardroom and no underwear.
Chase Dreams: Is the Boogeyman chasing you every night in your slumber? Chase dreams are interpreted as demonstrating anxiety in the dreamer's life.
Teeth Dreams: Waking up feeling a little gummy? Dreaming of losing teeth is very common, but have been interpreted in at least three different ways. Teeth dreams may signify a feeling of powerlessness, exagerrated anxiety, or a fear about appearance.
Flying Dreams: Flying dreams can be interpreted two ways. The first being that the dreamer is flying high on top of life in reality and good fortune is just manifesting itself in Sleepland. But sometimes flying dreams can go astray, and if the dreamer is having difficulty staying flight, the dream interpretations may call that a manifestation of control issues (or lack thereof) in real life.
Falling Dreams: Falling dreams-boy are they common. Falling dreams are often subconscious indicators of insecurities, and instabilities.
Test Dreams: Dreaming of failing a test may be more common than you think. Dream tests can be symbolic of feeling judge or constantly under scrunity in life.