Awakening Your Intuition

Intuition is the wisdom within you: when you know who’s’ calling before you pick up the phone; when you take an immediate liking to someone after only briefly seeing them in a picture and when you feel excited at the thought of a meeting that has not yet happened. When you listen to and trust your intuition, you begin to notice that it gently and beautifully points the way and offers you the truth in every situation...more


Anxiety Dreams

Dreams in which we worry about things are very common. The worry in dreams may seem to be about something insignificant when compared to situations in our waking lives, or seem to have nothing to do with them. However, dreams are almost always connected in some way with our daily lives; our subconscious uses symbols rather than straightforward imagery to get a point across. It is important to examine such dreams closely so that we may discover areas in our lives about which we are uncertain, areas we perhaps had not given enough or any thought to. It is essential to find the source of the anxiety in our waking lives; once a thing is identified its power is diminished greatly...more


Trees, Flowers, Gardening in Dreams

Plants have roots that work their way deep into the dark and fertile earth; their leaves and branches endeavor to reach the sky, the light and the warmth – they are an ideal comparison for the complex workings of the dreamer’s mind, stretching from the dark depths to the spiritual heights. The unconscious mind has its dark places, just like the roots of a plant, which can be nurtured towards the light of understanding. Branches, leaves and flowers are the visible symbols of the mind and can tell of your mental and emotional health...more



Daydreaming is often neglected in the study of dreams. Most people don't even consider it as a type of actual dreaming. In fact, daydreaming is another type of lucid dreaming. The symbols that are in daydreaming may still be applicable just as they are in nightly dreaming.
Daydreaming is the impulsive thinking, creating, and recalling of images or experiences of the past or future. In simpler terms, you basically let your imagination run away with you...

Violent Dreams

Violent dreams are relatively common and may be a reflection of the confusion and conflict that the dreamer experiences in daily life. Dreams with violent themes suggest that the dreamer has unconscious negative emotions such as fear, anxiety, and anger. If you are not dealing with these feeling consciously, your dreams are compensating and bringing into awareness the need for honest reflection and emotional balance in daily life...more

Fear-Provoking Dream Symbols

Dreaming about frightening symbols is very common. They may represent negative forces inside of yourself and in your life. Most of the MONSTERS are representing your own negative characteristics and tendencies. It usually symbolizes the most negative and least developed part of you. It may be that part of you that is ignorant and destructive. The monster in your dreams could be your fear, bad temper, negativity, smoking habit, or anything else that is hurtful and needs to be changed. The way that you deal with the monster in your dream is generally symbolic of the way you are dealing with the equivalent negativity in your daily life...more

Flying Dreams

Flying dreams are common and are often associated with ambition, personal empowerment and breaking free from limitations. Most of us have soared like a bird in our dreams. The more creative we are, the more likely we are to have frequent flying dreams. A dream in which we can fly suggests that our mind is reaching for new heights. It is the search for, and exploration of, possibilities that lie beyond the reality of our everyday life. The flying dream often happens when there is opportunity for advancement in our life and may indicate optimism about our future...more

Flying Dream Dictionary

Flying Free
Flying free means that you can achieve your ambitions easily. Only modest efforts are required to steer you to success. The area you are flying over can give you further clues-for example, flying over your home indicates domestic success, flying over your place of work suggests career success.
Sprouting Wings
To sprout wings in a dream confers upon you the qualities of a visionary pioneer. The wings refer to the ethics and principles of a higher order than that of human law. To dream of having birds' wings means that you will have the gift of foresight and may be able to fly into the future. Angelic wings suggest that you will soon hear news from unexpected higher authority...more

Water In Dreams

Water is a very common but powerful dream symbol. Its meaning varies with the details and the mood of the dream. Water is a deeply spiritual symbol representing the "water of life" or the "flow of life." Like the waters of the womb, it also represents security, life and birth. Water usually represents our feelings and emotions (rough, smooth, clear, murky, etc.). The nature of the water can reveal our emotional state of mind...more

Fire in Dreams

Dreaming of fire could be both a negative dream as well as a positive dream. In both aspects looking into the dream could bring on much self awareness. Dreaming of firecould be because of a transformation in life. The flames could be the burning of any barriers that are in the way...more

Earth Elements in Dreams

Earth element in dreams is the second most common dream image we encounter on a nightly basis. Unfortunately, we don't always recognize it. That's because the earth is there - just like air - and we tend to take it for granted. Besides earth's frequency in our dreams, it's the image that most closely identifies our physical being. It's the element considered the least spiritual or psychic...more

Sexual Dreams

All dream activity relates in some way to sex. Most people would consider this an extreme point of view, but it is true that sexual imagery is a vital part of dream content. Dreams have a lot to teach you about your sexual nature, your fears, and your anxieties.
Dreams are a rich source of fantasy and can be a way to deal with unfulfilled desires from waking life...more

Dream Symbols - Kiss, Kissing

The meaning of a kiss in dreams is determined by the context of the dream and other symbols. Kisses in dreams can also appear in somewhat unpleasant context such as a kiss of betrayal or death or unwanted sexual advances.
If you're kissing someone, are you enjoying the kiss? If you have warm feelings toward this person but are not necessarily attracted to them, the kiss may simply represent support, friendship or trust...more

Dream Symbols - Romantic Sex

Did you wake up feeling warm and fuzzy after cavorting with the man or woman of your dreams? Perhaps you dreamed of being carried away by Prince Charming, meeting your dream lover on the beach or making love before a crackling fireplace with wine and roses.
Dreaming about romance may remind you that the romance part of your marriage or relationship has slipped to the back burner...more

Dream Symbols - Breasts

If you confided to Sigmund Freud that you had dreamed about breasts, he would be likely to suggest that you have an unhealthy attachment to your mother. If your mother's personality includes a controlling nature, Freud would be correct and may further suggest that your own independence and full potential are being squelched...more

Dream Symbols - Forced Sex

Occasional dreams of rape do not always mean that you have aggressive or masochistic desires. For men, forced sex in a dream may signify a desire to achieve power and be in control. More seriously, it may be a sadistic expression of sexual desire.
For women, dreams of rape may represent insecurity with sexuality, phobias or masochistic fantasies. Dreams of rape and forced sex can be disturbing. Both involve a betrayal of the deepest form of intimacy...more

Animals in Dreams

We can see different animals in our dreams. Their actions towards us in our dreams can vary – they can be friendly, they can speak to us, they can just appear at the background of our dream and they can be rather aggressive. Depending on what the animals are doing in our dream we can interpret it.
Animals in dreams can take on almost any conceivable character or symbolic role. From some of the earliest recorded human dreams, animals have revealed much about the meaning of a particular dream...more

Birds in Dreams

To dream of a chirping and/or flying birds, represents joy, harmony, ecstasy, balance, and love. It denotes a sunny outlook in life. You will experience spiritual freedom and psychological liberation. It is almost as if a weight has been lifted off your shoulders.To dream of dead or dying birds, foretells a period of coming disappointments. You will find yourself worrying over problems that are constantly on your mind.To see bird eggs in your dream, symbolizes money...more

Snakes in Dreams

In some cultures snakes are highly regarded and symbolize the ability to transcend into higher levels of consciousness or into areas of knowledge that exist outside perceived time and space. In the pre-Christian days, snakes were considered symbols of fertility, healing, and nurturing. Post Adam and Eve, snakes are often considered symbols of temptation and evil, anger, and envy...more

Dogs in Dreams

To see a dog in your dream, indicate a skill that you have ignored or forgotten, but needs to be activated. Alternatively, dogs may symbolize intuition, loyalty, generosity, protection, and fidelity. Your own values and intentions will enable you to go forward in the world and succeed. If the dog is vicious and/or growling, then it signifies some inner conflict within yourself. It may indicate betrayal and untrustworthiness. If the dog is dead or dying, then it indicates a loss of a good friend. Alternatively, it represents a deterioration of your instincts...more

Cats in Dreams

To see a cat in your dream, signifies much misfortune, treachery, and bad luck. However, for the cat lover, cats signifies an independent spirit, feminine sexuality, creativity, and power. If the cat is aggressive, then it suggests that you are having problems with the feminine aspect of yourself. If you see a cat with no tail, then it signifies a lost of independence and lack of autonomy...more

Horses in Dreams

To see a horse in your dream, represents a strong, physical energy. You need to tame the wild forces. The dream may imply that you have been horsing around. Or perhaps you need to be less arrogant and "get off your high horse".
To see a black or dark horse in your dream, signifies mystery, wildness, and the unknown. You may be taking a chance or gamble at some unknown area. ..more

Wolf in Dreams

To see a wolf in your dream, symbolizes beauty, solitude, mystery, self-confidence and pride. You are able to keep your composure in a variety of social situations and can blend in with any situation with ease and grace. Negatively, it represents hostility and aggression...more

How to Contact Your Guardian Angel

Follow this simple exercise to help you contact your own Guardian Angel.
*A Peaceful Environment
To connect with your Angel, create a space that is attractive and peaceful. Candles, flowers, lovely pictures, inspiring music and beautiful things all help to create a positive mood.
*Become Receptive
You are surrounded by the energies of your thoughts and emotions. It is difficult for your Angel to reach you if you are surrounded by negative emotions such as rage, fear or hurt. Try to let go of these emotions as much as possible so that you become more approachable...

Angels in Dreams

Dreaming of angels always means that you study your present attitudes. The angel is a divine messenger that can give you some new insights in finding a new way. If a woman dreams of an angel, the angel represents a longing for harmony, emotional connection and guidance. Seeing an angel symbolizes good luck and shows the strength of your character...more

Using a Dreamcatcher

A dreamcatcher isn't just a mobile - it can have a positive effect on the way we dream.Dream catchers are a Native American tradition based on the belief that dreams are filled with meaning and purpose. Native Americans designed and employed dreamcatchers so that no vital message contained in their dreams would be lost.
The design of the dreamcatcher is a hoop with crystals, feathers and beads attached, joined to a web-like net with a hole in the center...more

Family in Dreams

Dreams featuring our family members can be reassuring. They may give us confidence and support, or they may concentrate on present long-term problems from which we have little prospect of escape.
To have a Mother in dream usually signifies the love or pains we still feel in connection with her. Mother can represent all we want in a caring and loving relationship, or perhaps all we didn't get...more

Dreaming About Drowning

Dreaming that you are having difficulty breathing and are in danger of dying as a result may carry important messages for you. This type of a dream experience is usually very frightening, and at times people are awakened from their dream due to the fear. This dream may have several different explanations and the catalysts may be forces from either within the individual’s emotional and psychological makeup or circumstances on the outside of the individual...more

Dreaming About Death

Dreaming about death is very common and it can be interpreted in many different ways. Death is usually a symbol of some type of closure or end. It implies an end to one thing and a beginning of another. Death dreams usually have positive symbolism. If you are the dead person in your dream, it could imply that you would like to leave all of your worries and struggles behind and begin a new chapter in your life...more

Telepathic Dreams

Telepathic dreams are dreams that carry a message from one person to another. We tend to have this type of dream with someone we are very close to. This type of communication has no barriers, through space and time. This is unspoken knowledge, to connect ones thoughts to another's in dreams. It is the special communication that is shared on a regular basis between soul mates. Conscious or unconscious, thoughts are a projection of energy. We may send our own or receive others' intentional or unintentional thoughts as mental visions in dreams...more

Chase Dreams

The way we respond to anxiety and pressure in real life is typically manifested as a chase dream. Running is an instinctive response to physical threats in our environment. Often in these dream scenarios, we are being pursued by some attacker who wants to hurt or possibly kill us. We are running away or hiding. Chase dreams may represent our way of coping with fears, stress or various situations in our waking life...more


Dreams About Teeth

Dreams that our teeth are falling out are one of the most common dreams. Such dreams are not only horrifying and shocking, but often leave us with a lasting image of the dream.One theory says that dreams about our teeth reflect our anxiety about our appearance and how others perceive us...more

Nudity In Dreams

Dreaming that we are completely or partially naked is very common. Nudity symbolizes a variety of things depending on our real life situation. Dream about nudity is often a reflection of our vulnerability or shamefulness...more

Lucid Dreaming

A lucid dream is a dream in which the dreamer is fully aware of the fact that he or she is dreaming. With practice, you can induce lucid dreams and maintain your lucidity for extended periods. Anything you can do while awake you can do in a lucid dream.
When you have a lucid dream, that’s when the magic happens. Anything can happen, then. You can fly like a bird, you can talk to a long-lost loved one...more

Food in Dreams

To see food in your dream, represents physical and emotional nourishment and energies. The different types of food can symbolize a wide range of things. Generally, fruit is symbolic of sensuality. Frozen foods may imply your cold emotions and frigid ways...more

Numbers in Dreams

If a particular number is prominent in a dream, it may be worth considering its significance and symbolic meaning in terms of the ancient traditions of numerology.

One - The number One is the number of communication, versatility, and reason. It may also refer to the self. Examine your own views, and see that they are communicated to the people around you...more


Feelings and Emotions in Dreams

Fear and anxiety are the most commonly expressed emotions in dreams. Anger ranks next. Fear, anger, and sadness occur twice as often as pleasant emotions. The feelings we experience in dreams are not symbols of something else but are reflections of our real feelings. Such feelings may not have been repressed during the day and as a result are coming out in your dreams.

To dream that you are feeling anger forewarns that you will be involved in a terrible and tense situation. It also forewarns that once solid ties will be broken. In your dream, you may have a safe outlet to express such emotions. You may have some suppressed anger and aggression that you have not consciously acknowledged...more

Dreams about Cheating

To dream that you are cheating on your spouse, fiancé, or significant other, suggests feelings of self-guilt and self-betrayal. You may have compromised your beliefs or integrity and/or wasting your energy and time on fruitless endeavors. Alternatively, it reflects the intensity of your sexual passion and exploring areas of your sexuality. It is actually a reaffirmation of your commitment. Furthermore, it is not uncommon for people approaching a wedding to have dreams about erotic experiences with partners other than their intended spouses. Most likely, such dreams represent the newness of your sexual passion. It may also signify anxieties of changing your identity - that of a spouse...more

Healing Dreams

Healing dreams serve as messages for the dreamer in regards to their health.We can actually receive a diagnosis through a dream. Hippocrates and Aristotle said that dreams can reveal our illnesses. Medical information can come to us in dreams even before we exhibit symptoms, because the body and mind are aware of disturbances which might be too subtle to be detected by a medical exam or our wakeful awareness.Dreams can help us avoid potential health problems and help us to heal when we are ill...more

The Four Rules of Dream Interpretation

1. Everything Is Me
For the beginner, this is probably the most difficult aspect of dreams to accept. Dreams of family members, friends, enemies, - all represent various aspects of the dreamer's personality.Solid things such as houses, buildings, cars, etc. reflect the physical body. Symbols of fire in dreams, such as fire, bombs, electricity, etc. represent the dreamer’s emotions.Air, atmosphere or the interior of a room show the dreamer’s state of mind. Water symbols i.e. sea, rivers, lakes, canals, etc. reflect the spiritual or cultural life of the dreamer. How water appears or is organized indicates the dreamer's philosophy of life...more

Recurring Dreams

Most dreams contain messages that serve to teach us something about ourselves. Unfortunately many times we forget what we dream about as we go about our daily routine. With recurring dreams, the message may be so important and/or powerful that it just will not go away. The frequent repetition of such dreams forces us to pay attention and confront the dream. The dream is trying desperately to tell us something.Recurring dreams are quite common and are often triggered by a certain life situation or a problem that keeps coming back again and again...more

Why Should We Bother Remembering Our Dreams?

1. Our dreaming mind has access to information that is not readily available to us when we are awake. Our dreams may reveal our secret desires and subconscious feelings.

2. In remembering our dreams, we will have an increased knowledge about ourselves, about self-awareness and self-healing. Dreams are an extension of how we perceive ourselves. They can be a source of inspiration, wisdom, and joy...more

How to Remember Your Dream

Remembering your dreams will require some effort on your part. But what your dreams can offer and tell you about yourself will be well worth it. Here are some tips in helping your dream recall:

1. Before going to bed, keep a clear mind. Tell yourself that "I will remember my dream when I wake up". This is actually a proven and effective way to help dream recall. Having too many thoughts on your mind can distract you from remembering your dream in the morning...more


We all have nightmares at various parts in our lives. They are quite normal. Nightmares are a subcategory of dreams. The distinction of a nightmare is its frightening and/or emotional content. We tend to wake up in fear in the midst of a nightmare. Because of its frightening nature, we tend to remember our nightmares and the vivid details. They have a bigger impact upon our waking mind and its images stay with us throughout the day. One reason for nightmares may be a way of our unconscious to get our attention about a situation or problem that we have been avoiding. It is time to take notice and confront a problem or situation...more

Pregnancy and Babies in Dreams

To dream that you are pregnant, symbolizes an aspect of yourself or some aspect of your personal life that is growing and developing. You may not be ready to talk about it or act on it. This may also represent the birth of a new idea, direction, project or goal. If you are really pregnant and having this dream then it represents your anxieties about the pregnancy. Women in the first trimester of their pregnancy tend to dream of tiny creatures, fuzzy animals, flowers, fruit and water...more

Dream Theorists: Sigmund Freud

Freud began to analyze dreams in order to understand aspects of personality as they relate to pathology. He believed that nothing we did occurred by chance; every action and thought is motivated by our unconscious at some level. In order to live in a civilized society, we tend to hold back or urges and repress our urges and impulses. However, these urges and impulses must be released in some way and have a way of coming to the surface in disguised forms...more

Dream Theorists: Carl Jung

Like Freud, Jung believed in the existence of the unconscious. However, he didn't see the unconscious as animalistic, instinctual, and sexual; he saw it as more spiritual. Dreams were a way of communicating and acquainting ourselves with the unconscious. Dreams were not attempts to conceal our true feelings from the waking mind, but rather they were a window to our unconscious. They served to guide the waking self to achieve wholeness. Dreams offered a solution to a problem we are facing in our waking life...more

Sleep Paralysis

Dreaming that you or someone else is paralyzed could be very frightening. Depending on the details of your dream and your current situation in life, there are several different, but equally reasonable interpretations. The fear that paralyzes you in the dream may be symbolic of the fear that you are experiencing in daily life. You may feel somewhat unable to change a current situation which may manifest itself in your dream in a form of paralysis...more

Weather in Dreams

Weather in dreams is a symbol of a moods and emotions.
Sunlight in your dreams is never a negative symbol. Its presence, even in the most disturbing dreams, has reassuring quality. Sunshine usually represents happiness, life-giving energies, growth, and positiveness. Old dream interpretation books say that sun shining on you is an omen of good fortune and good will...more

Meaning of Blood in Dreams

Blood is the life-giving and it may symbolize our strengths and weaknesses and our physical and mental health. If you are currently experiencing a very difficult time in your life, you may have dreams with bloody and frightening images. Don't worry; you may be venting your fears! Some believe that when you see blood in your dream, the distressing situation in your life which is at the root of the dream has come to an end, and the worst is over...more