View Full Version : Interpreting Dreams - I'm Confuzzled!
I had a dream last night, where I was literally watching myself as if I was another person, but it was me.
I had found out I was pregnant, was over the moon and as the pregnancy progressed was really, really happy...
But then I lost the baby at about 7 months I think.
Now, I'm not broody (I don't think) I'm not trying for a baby, and won't be trying for a baby for a good few years yet!
Does anyone know what my dream could have meant?
from a dream dictionary...
If the dreamer is a woman and you dream you are pregnant then you will see a big increase in your income, but if you are unwed and sad you will experience losses. For a man to dream that he is the father of the child he is warned about indiscriminate sexual relations and one night stands.
If you dream of a stillborn infant, it's likely that you're headed for a breakdown and need to talk to someone immediately and without editing your words. Cast out those goblins before they get you!
To dream that you are watching something, represents you lack of initiative to take any action. It may also symbolize your neutrality in some situation.
Thanks for that Mrs Lexx -
Apparently I'm sad and am going to suffer losses, am heading for a breakdown and have a lack of initiative.
Glad all's well then! :lol:
:lol: errrrrr it could mean those things :lol:
Hope you don't mind me saying but most dream dictionarys are a load of rubbish. Dreaming is about symbolism and a pregnancy cannot indicate financial gains or losses. Dream symbolism is actually very simple and once you get the hang of it you'll soon see that you don't need a book to help you.
You simply need to think about what each symbol means to YOU.
So, as a guide, a pregnancy usually means a new life, a new beginning, etc. This could indicate a new beginning in your life, a new aspect of your personality, a new anything. As you were over the moon about it in the dream this implies that it was a good thing for you to be experiencing.
The fact that you miscarried tells you that you either didn't pursue this new thing or that for whatever reason it didn't come to fruition.
I'm assuming you were sad at this point in the dream? If so, this could be telling you that it would have been better for you to have pursued whatever it was that was coming into your life.
Watching yourself in a dream could be that you are aware of what is going on, therefore a witness to it all.
The important thing to remember is that every single aspect/symbol of a dream is relevant, even down to whether something is big or little, on the left or the right, the colour, etc, etc.
Hope this helps and hope I haven't trod on anyone's toes but dream dictionarys annoy me as I find them so fear inducing.
Mrs Lexx - Don't make me have to come over there and stamp on your foot! :grin:
Angie - Thanks for your post, I do see what you're saying, and you could be right, I'm meant to be moving in with my OH soon and it is a new chapter in my life...
I wouldn't say I find the dream dictionaries fear inducing, they just puzzle me at times as to how people can say that dreaming X automatically equals Y.
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