DREAM DICTIONARY - Serious :Most dreams will translate into thoughts which you are all too familiar with. For instance, a "serious" dream could link to the words "I have been too casual" (which is one of the key words and phrases below) and the dream capture a thought like "I know I need to commit myself and show how serious I am" That phrase is one of many common translations of this type of dream. Look at the list below for clues on what this dream could mean.
KEY WORDS and PHRASES :
- "I should be more businesslike"
- "I am taking this seriously"
- "I have been too casual"
- "He needs to be more committed"
- "It's been a major ordeal"
- "We had to be respectful - they have had a major loss"
- "stupid little girl"
- "immature and giggling"
- "just not bothered"
- "Its a very formal situation "
- "just not bothered"
- "He was so angry"
- "its a serious (flogging) offence"
- "don't laugh - it's not funny"
Dreams make associations. Think of anything that comes to mind when you read through the list of word associations above. Dreams will especially link to recent thoughts and moods. If you can think of a way in which you might use one of these words then the dream may just capture that exact thought. Dreams will translate into conscious thoughts - the type of thing you would write down in a diary.
EXAMPLE DREAMSExample dream : A serious geologist linked to the dreamer feeling a lack of confidence in himself - he felt intimidated by people who had more qualifications. He worried that he was quite amateur in his professional skills and often came up against people who knew so much more.
Example dream : In one dream the dreamer hears his neighbour having a serious confrontation with another neighbour. In real life he had fallen asleep whilst listening to the feint sound of his neighbour swearing and shouting. He realised that his neighbour was wound up and he sounded very seriously annoyed.
Example dream : A dream where people are not taking seriously that it was the end of the world took place as the dreamer had been suffering terrible diarrhoea for several days. It was starting to dawn on him that this could be the end for him and that he needed to start taking this seriously.
Example dream : A growth that looks serious linked to the dreamer knowing that she was seriously ill with depression.
Example dream : A dream where all the people in a mental hospital were "serious" cases linked to the dreamers own mental health. She was looking at her own sanity and seeing how ill she had become. Often we assess how bad or good our health is and if we are improving or deteriorating. This dream firmly came to the conclusion that "My own mental health is deteriorating and I am very seriously ill. I worry I will do something silly." The dreams themes all dealt with these themes of "mental illness" and "serious" and so we can say that the dream simply portrayed the dreamers own worst assessment. It just does not point this out in an obvious way.
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This website has a huge collection of dreams. The accuracy of the dream symbolism depends on a huge huge number of practical examples. If you have a dream which you feel you understand then please send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I would be delighted to add it to the collection.