Before we can interpret a dream we must first understand the rules that dreams follow. When the rules are kept in mind it prevents us from jumping to the wrong conclusions about why we had the dream and what it means.
The Basics of Dream Interpretation
The Basics Tutorial comes in four parts. The first three parts are essential to understanding dreams so give yourself the time to read them. You'll cover them in 20 minutes. After that you'll be able to start analyzing your own dreams. The fourth part covers numbers which come up quite a lot in dreams as the cost of purchasing something, the number of people in a car or room, the number on a bus, etc.. Use these in conjunction with the online dictionary to help you determine the subject matter of your own dream.
Each of the characters in a dream represents an aspect of the dreamer. This section covers
- The Male Aspect and Male Characters
- The Female Aspect and Female Characters
- Healing agents
- Negative characters.
At first glance it may seem impossible to extract the hidden meaning of a dream. Much of the difficulty stems from the fact that the dreamer is close to the people and places in the dream and therefore overlooks the symbolic meanings. This formula was devised to overcome this.
Numbers in dreams have the same meaning as they do in numerology. A number in a dream may also indicate that particular age in the dreamer's life. For example, a dream of three women arguing can indicate that the dreamer witnessed arguments with her mother at the age 3. Use this list as a reference.