10 Dream Symbols You Should Never Ignore (and What They Mean)

Posted by on February 22, 2016 in Dreams, ESP & Remote Viewing, Reality's Edge with 15 Comments


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For centuries we have been fascinated by dreams and their meaning. In the end of the nineteenth century psychotherapist Carl Jung, best known for archetypes and the collective unconscious, began to conclude that looking into dreams was opening a door into consciousness and the spirit world. However, there is a science behind what happens during sleep. A research team of scientists at the ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratory in Kyoto, Japan, has explored brain scans while identifying the visual imagery of dreams. They concluded that we watch our dreams in the same manner that we watch our waking world.

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In order to analyze the dreams we must also study how we participate in our daily activities. Are dreams a replay on the visual stimuli of what we perceive in waking hours or messages of guidance from beyond? What do these symbols mean? How do we interpret them and analyze them to give us messages?



Dreams of flying often indicate the need to reach ambition. Where are you going? How are you getting there? Are you having trouble navigating through life? Flying dreams tend to leave us recharged when we wake. There is a feeling of freedom and being able to accomplish anything in our way.


When we dream of water it usually conveys the emotional state of the mind. Water symbolizes cleansing and purity. To dream of waterfalls is a great omen. This represents new beginnings as the old is washed out.

If you see waterfalls in your dreams, ask yourself these questions: Is the waterfall a small one or a large one? How are you perceiving your obstacles? Is the waterfall in a dark jungle or a beautiful beach?


Dreams with teeth are very common. Not all teeth dreams symbolize aging. Pulling of teeth symbolizes something that needs to come out, while rotten teeth symbolize the holding of fear and anxiety. Dreaming of falling teeth are the most typical of all teeth dreams. They are usually derived to new situations that cause stress: a new job, fear of loss, lack of power in a relationship, or lies that are being kept hidden.

If you see teeth in your dreams, ask yourself these questions: How do you feel about your teeth? We use our teeth to nourish the body. How are we nourishing our lives?


Dreaming with death is more common than most people admit. As morbid as it feels, to dream of death usually symbolizes the ending of something. Death is the termination of ego parts. There is the death of anxiety and anger. The death of a situation. There is the death of an idea allowing for the birth of another. Dreaming of death or dying can be a psychological aspect of working tremendous changes in emotions.

If you see death in your dreams, ask yourself these questions: Where you the one who died? Was it a loved one? These dreams can also be guidance from a departed loved one trying to give comfort.

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Dreaming of being pregnant symbolizes a major growth and development. It can be geared to future projects and desires.

If you visualize pregnancy in your dreams, ask yourself these questions: What are you trying to create? What transformation are you encountering in your waking life? Are you pregnant with possibilities? Pregnant dreams can bring fruitful ideas for a job or relationship.


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  1. 10153354647940669@facebook.com' John Bevegård says:

    hi great johnnyb.

  2. 10207440134784189@facebook.com' Shannon McCall Pendergrass says:

    I very rarely remember my dreams making it rather impossible to interpret them.

  3. 240393066292719@facebook.com' Tammy Tyler says:

    Dreams, I’ve found that if I argue with my I call them (narrator). Which seems to always stand on my left but I never look at them. Gives me signs of things to come. But a person has to move or say in the exact same as dream to trigger it. So it’s not much help.

  4. 956630704375043@facebook.com' Paul Clarke says:

    what about zombies and falling

  5. 10208374439060263@facebook.com' Jessica Broadbent says:

    Adam Reibsome

  6. 10204345928366952@facebook.com' Baabu Vee says:

    Some dreams come true even after 10 years. It is my personal experience. Before going to bed pray to God that only good dreams should come. The kind of food we eat esp. during night has influence on our dreams. Please read the book Journey to IXTLON by Carlos Castaneda. There are lot of interesting details about dreams and how to change dreams positively. This book is based on his real life experiences with intelligent tribes.

  7. 180186392354279@facebook.com' Hasan Safaa says:

    Can I have a book about this ?? Any suggestions please ? ?

  8. joypaws@gmail.com' ms joy says:

    Ten? I saw 5 things.

  9. 151580428530618@facebook.com' Joseph Lynnie Canada says:

    Was great until it asks me to click to read the rest of the article… why do I have to click again and wait for another page full of advertisements to load up. Sorry but that is unnecessary

  10. 481355635277589@facebook.com' Melinda Vs Kidney Disease says:

    sharing <3

  11. 1040378936019368@facebook.com' Vermelina Frange says:

    I know i dreamed but can not remember when i wake up.

  12. 666737043469315@facebook.com' Monicah Mwangi says:

    I am not superstitious but some dreams have happened into reality..
    There is divine hidden into those dreams just pray to God only the Goods to happen.

  13. 1224995507515155@facebook.com' Melanie Klopper says:

    Thank you it all makes sense I also have a question about another symbol, what about a dream with snakes in?

  14. 1352755781417076@facebook.com' Cat Kovel says:

    Patty maybe the patch is trying to tell you something lol

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