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by Isabela Bruña

by Isabela Bruña
1º ESO A, IES “V. Cañada Blanch”
London, 2009-2010

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  • Dreams.
  • What are Dreams?
    Dreams can be wonderful, exciting, extremely vivid and full of emotion.
    Dreams can also take on bad qualities and rapidly become a nightmare that seems just as real as your waking life.
    Dreams are a personal message from your inner self to your outer self.
  • Have you ever wondered…
    What dreams about accidents mean?
    What dreams about buildings mean?
    What dreams of being chased mean?
    What dreams about death mean?
    What dreams about nudity mean?
    What dreams about snakes mean?
    What dreams about treasures mean?
    What dreams about normal school days mean?
  • Dreams about accidents
    Nightmares of this type reveal deep anxieties or fears.
    Unexpressed jealousy, resentment or hatred may be finding its release through your dream.
    Perhaps also the dream refers to accidents of a different kind such as accidentally saying the wrong thing or accidentally forgetting your anniversary.
  • Dreams about buildings
    Buildings, castles and houses are symbols of yourself. The upstairs represents your conscious mind and the lower floors and cellar your hidden self.
    Different parts of a house may symbolise different times. For example, modern rooms may represent the conscious mind whereas the oldest areas may represent the ancient mind- the unconscious.
    Also the condition of the building may express how you feel about yourself. In addition it can also represent your physical health. Sometimes decayed buildings are the prelude to the onset of an illness
  • Dreams of being chased
    you may have feelings of guilt or fear of being caught for something you have done.
    Children who have these dreams may be bullied at school.
    Like dreams of falling, being chased reflects the dreamer’s feelings of insecurity. The dreamer is running away from something
  • Dreams about death
    Dreams of death represent the ending of one phase so that a new one can begin.
    These are symbolic dreams and are unlikely to forecast an actual event. If the dead person is someone you know, consider what aspect of yourself that person represents.
    Dead animals may also represent aspects of yourself. They indicate that you may be rejecting or repressing your instinctive side.
  • Dreams about nudity
    These types of dreams often express feelings of guilt of inferiority.
    A dream of being disgusted by the nudity of another person suggests anxiety or aversion at discovering the 'naked truth' about a person, a situation or even about yourself.
    Acceptance of the nudity of others indicates that you see through people and accept them for what and who they are.
  • Dreams about treasures
    Digging up buried treasure or finding money symbolises rediscovering a part of yourself.
    The dream may also have a literal interpretation. If you're worried about finances, now may be the time to start a new venture.
    The dream may symbolise other things too: power, independence or security
  • Dreams about normal school days
    Dreams set at school are very often reported by people from all age groups.
    Sometimes these dreams highlight childhood insecurities that have still not been resolved
    Being scolded may indicate that the dreamer has feelings of guilt, inferiority or worries that his misdeeds will be found out.
    If the teachers in your dream were praising you then it would indicate that you have self-confidence and. believe in your own abilities
  • Dreams about the Future
    To dream of being in the future may represent the way you hope or fear things will turn out.
    Your dream may be saying “If you carry on behaving the way you are, this is the situation you’re likely to find yourself in.”
    However, your dream may not necessarily be a premonition of actual events to come.
  • Dreams about murder.
    If you dream of murdering someone you know, then this dream may reveal your hidden feelings of resentment towards that person.
    the person being murdered could represent an aspect of yourself that you are trying to repress or destroy.
    If you are the one being murdered, then this may show how you are at the mercy of your emotions.
  • Dreams about ghosts
    The shadowy ghosts of your dream represent those aspects of yourself that you fear.
    But it is fear itself that makes them frightening.
    Your dream may also reflect your own fears about death and dying.
  • Dreams about mirrors
    What you see in the mirrors is the way you see yourself or the way that you want others to see you.
    You may not like what you see.
    Many people have the alarming dream seeing someone else's face in their reflection.
    This sudden fear of not knowing who we are is an identity crisis.
    If the person in the mirror has their eyes closed then this indicates that you are unwilling to face reality.
  • The end
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    IsabelaBruña1 ESO A
    IES “V. Cañada Blanch”
    London, 2009-2010