Dream Interpretation BlueBird
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When looking for Dream Interpretation Bluebird, you need to consider a number of things: what does a bird symbolize and what does blue mean? Also, what’s the bird doing? Is it flying, sitting, singing? How do you feel about it? Happy, scared, loving? Most bluebird dreams are very positive.
I just had a dream with a bluebird in it so I looked for Dream Interpretation Bluebird online. By the way, if you’ve had a dream with a bluebird in it, please share in the comments section below
Happily, I found this great dream dictionary site called Dream Moods: What’s in YOUR dream?In fact, they had a whole section on birds, including flying, chirping, dead, dying, eggs, hatching, and nesting. Since the bird in my dream flew to me and landed on my left shoulder, I was especially interested in the section on birds flying:
To dream of chirping and/or flying birds, represents joy, harmony, ecstasy, balance, and love. It denotes a sunny outlook in life. You are experiencing spiritual freedom and psychological liberation. It is almost as if a weight has been lifted off your shoulders.
Interestingly, the bird in my dream landed on my shoulder. Does that mean I have a new weight on my shoulder? Actually, birds are very light – hardly a weight at all. And, when I was young, we always had parakeets for pets, and I dearly loved them.
It was also a blue bird. So, what does Dream Moods have to say about Dream Interpretation Bluebird?
To see a bluebird in your dream, symbolizes both happiness and sadness. It is also an indication of purification and resolution to the opposing conflicts/paradoxes in your life.
And, not surprisingly, since I grew up with pet parakeets, my dream bird was a parakeet:
To see a parakeet in your dream, suggests that a message is being conveyed to you. Perhaps, a message from your unconscious is being transmitted to your conscious mind.
Well, I must admit I am working on resolving inner conflicts and I do feel like a weight has been lifted from my shoulders recently. It sounds as if my research into Dream Interpretation Bluebird brought forth some good results.
I’ve found that, in helping people to understand their dreams, the hardest part of interpreting your dreams is to see how certain dream symbols apply to a person’s actual life. Therefore, even though you’ve read the interpretation of the bluebird symbol in your dreams above, you may still need some help to understand what your particular bluebird dream means to you. Yes, it’s true, you can find many suggested dream meanings online. But, it gets confusing. The question is: What does this mean to me? What can I do about it? Often, there are so many suggestions you don’t know which one applies to you.
Therefore, I’ve put together an quick, easy, three-step checklist that will help you to get that “ah hah,” of understanding of what your particular dream about a past love interest means specifically to you. The checklist also shows you how you can use the information from your dream to improve your life. Here’s the link to getting the checklist on the home page of this website. Click here to register for your checklist.
Once you’re on my list, I can send you an occasional email letting you know when I have my every-once-in-awhile live online dream sessions. Happy Dreaming!!!
Carol Chapman’s study of dreams began at the age of 17 when she dreamed of a past life that explained why she and her mother hated each other so much. While sleeping, at the end of the dream, she heard “The Voice” say, “Isn’t it about time you forgave her?” As a result, she also began her spiritual journey.
A great book on dream interpretation. If you’re interested in learning how to access inner guidance through interpreting your dreams, I highly recommend Awaken Your Inner Voice by Nancy C. Chrisbaum and Ellen L. Selover. In this book, you will not only learn how to work with your dreams but will also discover such methods as meditation, energy healing, and past-life recall. I especially like it, because it is full of stories of people using these techniques and their results.