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3 Techniques to Decipher Your Dreams’ Meanings

Have you ever woken up from a dream confused about your dream’s meaning? Or worse, woken up thinking that it actually wasn’t a dream but real? Ever experienced the deja-vu feeling, where you see or hear something or someone for the first time but you are 100% certain you’ve already experienced it before? Or ever dreamt something that after many years you still seem to remember and can recall? Ever wondered what it all means?

Hyper-realistic, precognitive and others dreams have long been claimed, by the ancient Greeks, philosophers and psychologists, to be transcending our conscience, trying to deliver a message from the sub-conscience to get our attention to something that’s going on inside of us without our knowing.

Here are a few ways of dealing and deciphering your dreams if you want to discover what your dreams are really trying to tell you. You will be surprised at what you discover about yourself, your past, present and your future in the process. It is certainly worth taking the time to understand your dreams.

Firstly, you should try and recall your dream. This of course is very difficult as you’re often not aware that you’re dreaming. The memories become fuzzy, trying to put a chronological order onto things become difficult. But try anyways. It’s worth trying to remember things, people and locations you saw in your dream, how it made you feel and so on.

Secondly, even if you struggle to remember everything in great detail, try and just jot down what you remember, regardless of it making sense or not, you can try to bring some sense into your dream at a later stage. Just let your thoughts and memories flow onto paper. Best to keep a notepad and a pen on your bedside table and record the dream right after waking up. Your memory will be fresh then.

Thirdly, refer to a dream dictionary, which can be found all over the Internet. There are many resources that can help bring some sense to what you’ve dreamt, once you’ve recalled and noted down your memories of the dream.

Of course, as the mind, psyche, soul and body are intricately and complexly connected, often it’s very difficult to see through the muddled memories and find a meaning in dreams, so if you ever need any assistance with this, Wishing Moon dream interpreters and psychic readers are more than happy to help!

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