DREAM DICTIONARY - Sociable :Most dreams will translate into thoughts which you are all too familiar with. For instance, a "sociable" dream could link to the words "in a good mood" (which is one of the key words and phrases below) and the dream capture a thought like "I was in a really good mood yesterday." That phrase is one of many translations of this type of dream. Look at the list below for clues on what this dream could mean.
KEY WORDS AND PHRASES
- "a new friend"
- "conducive to new ideas"
- "a good evening"
- "in a good mood"
- "extroverted personality"
- "an outgoing person"
- "too introverted"
- "becoming too reclusive"
- "you are too remote and reserved"
- "engaging mood"
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 : Being sociable in a dream linked to the dreamer having an especially sociable day the day before. The dream reminded the dreamer of a time when he was very out going - it was really just noting the change in the dreamers behaviour. He had been very outgoing the day before when he was usually very introverted.
Example dream : Not liking people having a party linked to th dreamers increasing illness. He simply could not cope with people at all due to this illness.
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