How to Interpret Your Dreams

Anthony Ekanem

The dream world is fascinating, full of speculation, hope, and sometimes even fear. We can wake up from a good dream feeling refreshed and hopeful. On the other hand, we can wake up from a bad dream feeling tense and apprehensive. Ever since Freud's Interpretation of Dreams was published, there has been recognition of the importance of dreams. But even before that there were dream interpretations. People had superstitious notions about dreams - for example, "Something is going to happen because I dreamed it was going to happen." This is a common misconception. Regardless of what some people might say, if you dream you are falling and don't wake up before you hit the ground in your dream, you will not die. If you dream that someone close to you dies, that's not an omen to warn you of their death. Dreams do not predict the future. What dreams can do is provide a sense of insight into ourselves. They can help us cope with situations we're unsure about. They can guide us in a certain direction when faced with uncertainty. They can simply give us an overall good feeling as we dream of something pleasant. The dream state is an experimental playground which gives you a chance to explore and express emotions without the usual inhibitions you may display in your waking life. Dreams provide an avenue of expression for that part of yourself that knows both your history and your potential as a spiritual being. They are another way the universe provides guidance about relationships, careers, and health problems. Through dreams you may find answers to your spiritual questions and even receive encouragement to some challenge in your life. While some dreams may allow you to release bottled emotions from your day's activities, others can lead to profound insights in a psychological or spiritual way. Acquiring the ability to interpret your dreams is a powerful tool. In analyzing your dreams, you can learn about your deep secrets and hidden feelings.
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About the author

Anthony Ekanem is a graduate of Management and a chartered insurance practitioner with several years of general insurance practice. His experience in insurance cuts across Underwriting, Claims Management and Risk Survey. He is also a researcher, writer and a published author. His research interests cut across business, finance, family, relationship, health, self-development and so on, and has written books on some of these areas. His published books, which are available in Print, Electronic and Audio formats, are available online in major online bookstores worldwide, including Amazon.com, iBooks Store, Google Books, Audible.com, etc.

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Publisher
Anthony Ekanem
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Published on
Jun 30, 2016
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Pages
90
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ISBN
9783958499270
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Language
English
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Genres
Self-Help / Dreams
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