DREAM DICTIONARY - Changes :Dreams often focus on themes. How has "change" been a theme in your life. Right down a key thought process which captures your main thoughts about changes and change right now. It is likely that a dream captures a key feeling so think of the type of thing you might write down in a diary concerning change. Your dream will probably be linked to that exact phrase
KEY WORDS and PHRASES :
- "he has made such a difference"
- "things have altered a lot since..."
- "he has such a radical vision"
- "I do not like these changes"
- "I am starting to come to terms with this changes"
- "you will have to accept these changes"
- "the transition needs to be orderly"
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : In one dream diplomats are angry about changes that have taken place. This was a symbol for the changes in the dreamers life, he was having to adjust to major health problems.
Example dream : In one dream the dreamer was a in a club that in real life he is now excluded from. In real life he was bitter about this exclusion. In the dream he was noticing the changes. Looking at the changes was a symbol of him deeply missing the place. If you miss someone or something that much you imagine that you are there and think about it deeply.
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