Dream interpretation Crossing a Bridge! Have you ever had a dream about crossing a bridge? If so, please share it.
I recently had a dream about crossing a bridge. Therefore, I began looking for online sources of: Dream Interpretation: Crossing a Bridge. I’m happy to say that I found a few. Following, please find a few dream interpretations of this symbol. I’ve included links to the original article under the excerpt. In some cases, the original article also includes a sample “crossing a bridge” dream interpretation.
In summary, I’d say that my understanding of this symbol: Crossing a Bridge, is that it signifies a time in your life when you’re contemplating or have made a decision to make a change in your life. These tend to be large changes, such as quitting a job, rather than smaller decisions such as choosing one outfit over another.Continue reading
I remember reading somewhere that your longest dream occurs just before awakening. Evidently, as the night goes on, you start by dreaming a short dream, then a while later, you dream a longer dream, and so on. That means that if you don’t sleep a full night, you don’t get the opportunity to have your longest dream with the most information in it. It also means that your longer dreams provide the most opportunity for communication from your subconscious and hence your soul. This may explain why getting enough sleep is the first step in furthering dream recall, which can lead to psychic information.Continue reading
During the question/answer period at the end of a recent talk in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, one woman asked me what she could do to improve her ability to remember dreams.
Dream recall is important, because one way to improve psychic ability is through dream interpretation. Of course, if you’re not remembering your dreams, you’re losing out on that opportunity for soul communication, the basis of psychic ability.
I told her that, in my experience, the first thing to do is to make sure you get enough sleep.Continue reading
Hair in dreams is supposed to indicate thoughts, because both hair and thoughts come out of our heads.
So what would a dream about a wig mean? Hiding your real thoughts?
Dream Analysis says that dreaming of a wig means:
A wig indicates someone is pretending they think a certain way with regard to the subject matter of the dream.
What’s Your Sign offers an in-depth explanation of the symbolism of water, including a video. Here’s an excerpt:
The symbolism of water has a universal undertone of purity and fertility. Symbolically, it is often viewed as the source of life itself as we see evidence in countless creation myths in which life emerges from primordial waters.
Symbolism of Water
I notice that I have a lot of dreams that involve water.
Well, guess what? According to my favorite dream interpretation author Gillian Holloway, PhD, water in dreams is probably the most common dream symbol. In her The Complete Dream Book, she says that even people who are not knowledgeable about dream interpretation notice that their dreams often include:
“… floods, lakes and tidal waves.”
Whew, I’m glad I’m not the only one.Continue reading
In yesterday’s dream, I described a dream in which a house was almost surrounded by water in a bog. In that dream, the word “Baiyou” came up as a description of the swampy, lush-with-vegetation area.
“Baiyou” sounds like “Bye-you,” as in “Good-bye, you.” As it turns out, the dreamer is saying good-bye to a beloved relationship–her daughter is getting married. The person is not leaving, but the relationship between mother and daughter is changing.
As a dear old friend used to say, “Change is deadly,” and this change is definitely challenging. It feels to the mother as if she is losing her daughter.Continue reading
I looked at a few online dream interpretations for a dream in which a 2 or 3 story house is almost surrounded by shallow water. In the dream the area seemed like a bog. When the dreamer awoke she thought it could mean that she was bogged down. According to WikiHow:
If the water is stagnant, muddy, murky, or dirty, this is an indicator that you are not able to see clearly what your life’s goals are and you feel stuck, in a rut, unable to move into something that you sense you want to do but are unable to clearly pinpoint.
How to Interpret a Dream Involving Water
Here’s another dream interpretation for Labor, Birth from The Curious Dreamer:
* Preparing for or laying the groundwork for a new beginning, a new creation, the start of something new, or a new phase in life, relationship, career, etc.
* Growing pains in your life process
The Curious Dreamer