DREAM DICTIONARY - Correct :During our dreams we focus on themes which dominate our real life. A dream about "a correct way of doing something" may follow on from a day when you were insisting on people doing something the right (correct) way. The dream may seem totally unrelated but it shows that your mind is focusing on this precise point. Try to weave the theme into a quote which pinpoints exactly what you think eg "There is a proper procedure. We have got to follow the correct way of doing things otherwise there may be problems later on." Dreams will translate into key quotes like these. Most dreams will link to the type of issues which are very important at that moment.
KEY WORDS and PHRASES :
- "the correct way of doing things"
- "she is quite fussy and priggish"
- "I like polite people"
- "there is a right way and a wrong way"
- "we were not treated properly"
- "it was intolerable the way he spoke to us"
- "it was all very formal"
- "it will all be done according to the plan"
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : A dream about teaching a child correct behaviour was triggered by a similar theme in real life - the dreamer was given some advice on how to treat an autistic adult. The dreamer tended to give into his tantrums and was told that he needed to stand up to him. It was not good to reinforce his bad behaviour by giving in to it. So the dream
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