Recurring Dreams

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Recurring dreams can be highly useful and important to analyze. They happen for one of two reasons: (1) they reflect an unhealthy pattern that you have fallen into in real life, and they are trying to show you that your behaviour is not helping you be happy.

Or, (2) they represent unresolved feelings, such as anger or sadness over a past situation that you have not healed from.

In many recurring dreams, your sleeping self is trying to solve a problem – or confront an emotion – that you are unable to face in real life. Whatever the subject of your recurring dream is, you can be sure it is reflecting something in your current life situation, even if the dream takes you back in time. Use the Dream Dictionary to analyze the major symbols and events in your dream, to piece together its message. Think carefully about what in your life might be causing you continual stress or worry.

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