The thing about dreams is that they are the subconscious speaking. Your subconscious can’t communicate in words. There’s a wonderful book called “Blink” that talks about how fast the subconscious is and the ways in which it communicates with you. The subconscious uses physical sensations, feelings, and dreams in order to communicate.
For example, there’s an extremely well to do stock exchange broker that talks about how he understands when to sell or when not to buy. When he observes an exchange, he pays attention to the sensations of his body and his back starts to hurt if it’s a bad deal.
I pay close attention to my dreams because it’s the only opportunity you have to really hear what your subconscious wants to say. Dream interpretation can be a great tool to understanding the message it’s trying to send you. Dreams will repeat again and again until something is done about the message or the situation changes.
I would recommend interpreting your dream in as much detail as you can remember. Once you know what it is your mind is trying to tell you, you can take action to act on that. You can adjust if you need to. Sometimes the subconscious just wants you to be aware of what you’re feeling and the moment you understand its message, the dream stops.
I’ve had dreams that were wild and crazy and a little scary but when I started to decode them, it spoke about how I’m feeling and the life situation that I’m in which is upsetting me deep down. Once I acknowledged that, it ceased. or sometimes it might tell you that you’re unhappy with so-n-so and maybe you should reconsider them and you can take action to distance yourself a little in order to ease your deep down emotional states. Sex dreams may be very disturbing, but they’re generally not about sex. They’re typically about things like life’s frustrations, feelings you might experience about yourself, etc.
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Start by writing down all the words you can think of associated with your dreams. Everything that happened. Colors, objects, shapes, people, genders, actions, everything. Look all of that information up. Then link things together. Say you were driving a red hot rod. Red has a meaning. Hot rods have a meaning. Your mind merged those two elements on purpose, so merge their meaning together while you’re decoding the dream. Then start to look at the order of things that came. Remove anything that doesn’t feel right as far as meanings and keep things that seem to connect together and match what’s going on in your life right now. You’ll find that there’s an underlying message going on in the dream.