A Forest of Dreams: A Dreamer’s Dictionary ~ Dream Interpretation 4
Learn to Interpret Your Dreams
The Dream Interpretation Blog Series will serve as an introduction to the use of a dictionary of dream interpretation produced for Proven Psychics. This work is a ten year project of our official dream interpreter, S. M. Scarpa. Her specialty has been drawn from her grandmother’s skills in dream interpretation. A FOREST OF DREAMS: A Dreamer’s Dictionary is an alphabetized word dictionary drawn from multiple sources and cultures for the use of our clients. A FOREST OF DREAMS: A Dreamer’s Dictionary is offered online in Kindle format.
Dear dream interpretation friends;
What is going on in there, when you are asleep? Medicine, psychology and psychiatry agree that the brain is busy, while the body rests. Dreams are images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur involuntarily in the mind. ( We will discuss the special technique of “lucid dreaming” another day.)
“The content and purpose of dreams are not definitively understood, though they have been a topic of scientific speculation, as well as a subject of philosophical and religious interest, throughout recorded history. The scientific study of dreams is called oneirology.” (Wikipedia) Some have said without the release of dreams and their content, a human would go insane in waking life. Maybe dreams allow you to say or do things you would not consider or allow yourself to do in waking life.
“The interpretation of dreams is the royal road to a knowledge of the unconscious activities of the mind.” Sigmund Freud
Most people dream in full color, although a small minority experience only black and white. There are usually 3 to 5 dreams per sleep period, but some people report as many as seven. The fullest realized dreams occur during Rapid Eye Movement periods of sleep. You can tell when this is happening if you observe the movement of the sleeper’s eyeballs under his lids.
We often say a pet cat or dog is “dreaming” when we see their feet and ears twitching and eyes moving under the lids. It is not known for sure if animals dream, but most feel that they do.
We will go more into the thoughts and situations your dreams can reveal to you in the next blog entry.
This week’s sample of dream meanings is a “mixed salad” just to sample some of the many subjects that can appear in your nightly walks through your own “Forest of Dreams.”
Bomb – Explosive energy is about to enter your area. Look out for tempers flaring. Danger. A situation will change suddenly for the worse. Be prepared for accidents that happen quickly. Reverses in business or employment.
Calendar – Worries diminish so relax; time is ample. You are concerned about the future. If you are tearing the pages off a calendar this reveals an unforeseen gift to come soon.
Debris – To dream of debris or rubbish points out your need to restore something to wholeness, perhaps mend a friendship or relationship.
Whisper – To hear whispers is a warning to control yourself. Hold that hasty word or action. Rumors. Malice. If someone is whispering in your ear, you need to pay closer attention or listen more carefully. Whispering reveals insecurities and anxieties that people are talking behind your back.
Wrinkle – Wrinkles in your skin signify an increase in social responsibilities. Do not fear age. A wrinkle is a sign of what has been learned over time.
S. M. Scarpa has been writing for some 30 years. Her newest work is now on Amazon Kindle. A Forest of Dreams: A Dreamer’s Dictionary is a collection of over 3000 subjects commonly appearing in nightly dreams.
Want To Use This Article In Your Ezine or Website? You have my permission, as long as you include this complete blurb with it: S. M. Scarpa is the official dream interpreter for http://www.ProvenPsychics.com She is a multi-published author. Access S. M. Scarpa’s free dream article archive, and grab some free stuff at http://provenpsychics.com/psychics/s-m-scarpa A Forest of Dreams: A Dreamer’s Dictionary can be found on Kindle. Ms. Scarpa lives in Florida with her family and a broad collection of books and cats. She continues to teach dream interpretation to inquiring minds.