Recurring Dreams

Recurring Dreams meaning

What Do Recurring Dreams Mean?

A recurring dream is a warning. A recurring dream can come every day, once a week, month, or year, depending on how important the message is that you are being forced to receive. You need to pay serious attention to everything if you have recurring dreams.

Why is it that we all have dreams at night which appear over and over again? Why are there so many differences between our dreams, and another person's dream visions? I’m here to help you understand why we have a repetitive dream at the same time can help us to understand ourselves better and overcome the obstacles that prevent us from living a fuller and happier life. 

Although we all dream of being chased by someone, falling, or flying, or finding love, most people never know why, especially if these keep happening over and over again. These dreams can also be coming from personal weaknesses and fear. And it could be coming from your insecurities that you are unable to cope with within your life either in your past or the present. If you are able to understand the repetitiveness of your dream you may be able to understand the urgent message your subconscious is demanding that you understand.

Common interpretations that we look up in dream dictionaries to try to make sense of them. Dream dictionaries (if spiritual or psychological) will help you to put the images of your dreams in the dramatic context of your entire life and guide you on how to interpret the meaning of your dreams. Let’s face it, sleep is where we do our best to rest. Our dreams often connect with one's useful thinking. If we accept the dream dictionary's real meanings it can help one deal with the day's challenges or problems in life. Dream images and themes from waking life are used to create metaphors and possible parables that show how you can love, feel and think. These types of dreams are very common and usually more of nightmares so that you can remember them. It is a way that your subconscious is trying to warn you that you are doing or will do something bad in your life.

In my home, I have many old-fashioned dream dictionaries. Some from the 1930s sometimes don't satisfy our curiosity because they can't take into consideration the particular concerns and circumstances of our waking world and parts of our private lives. But deep down, we know that every dream we have has to mean something. 

If you can figure out what your subconscious is trying to tell you then your dreams will stop or change altogether, but always try to pay attention to what is going on around you. When we see the same dream multiple times, we realize that our subconscious is trying to tell our unconscious something. Recurrent dreams are often a sign of recurring situations and can indicate that you are in a rut in your personal or professional life. We all have many hopes and fears as humans living on the same planet. We love flying, but we fear falling. We don't like to miss the bus and we love to fall in love. 

Why do you have recurring dreams mean?

Most often, our common dreams can turn out to be a recurring theme or problem in life. This theme often has one thing in common: to share our dreams with others. Understanding the recurring dream will help you solve a problem. We also learn to appreciate that many people have similar struggles in life. 

In order to uncover why you have recurring dreams, it is important to look at your own life and any problems that you have. Often, these dreams appear when we need to look at some part of your life. If you are unable to remember your dreams, it is possible to recall them vividly and regularly within a few seconds, by keeping notes near your bed and focus on what situations or problems you face in daily life. 

Having a dream that signals a message that something is going wrong in your life or it soon will be is serious. You need to watch out for little signals in the dream. And in the morning you need to write down the biggest and most noticeable thing that happened in your dream, and if it keeps recurring then you need to have a serious time reflecting on everything in your life.

Did you know also that Toddlers do not appear in their own dreams and often have nightmares, especially night terrors up to the age of eight? Also, we cannot dream when we snore. There are so many factors that come into play when understanding recurring dreams. 

Recurring dreams often have little repetition, the dreams could be either positive or negative. Dreams may be due to conflict within or that you are trying to find a solution or meaning to a problem. 

Recurring dreams about someone

When we are stressed we have these types of dreams, try to find things, anything that is on our minds, and find a solution. To dream of someone over and over again think about your relationship with them, especially if you know them. A recurring dream of someone can indicate a relationship issue with that person. Try to write down any thoughts that come to your mind, a few sentences include any images or feelings during the dream. Don't stress about not remembering a single detail. 

Positive changes are afoot if

  • You will be warned in time.
  • You looking to have enough of something.
  • Things will start looking up in life.

This dream is in association with the following scenarios in your life

  • Crappy job.
  • Marriage problems.
  • Backstabbers.
  • Someone gossiping about you.
  • Health problems.

Feelings that you may have encountered during a dream of a recurring dream

Warned. Fearful. Hurt. Betrayed. Confused.

By Florance Saul
Oct 16, 2012