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Nightmares can be extraordinarily frightening experiences. Even though they are not actual real life events, our body reacts as if they are, releasing adrenalin into our system and causing us to be filled with anxiety and fear.

Nightmares are an urgent alert from the sub-conscious mind that there is something in our lives that needs to be dealt with – immediately. It’s important to understand what the nightmare represents so that you can face your fear and start healing. Often, simply interpreting the nightmare, as you would an ordinary dream, will bring to light the information that you need.

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The interpretation of dreams is the royal road to knowledge of the unconscious activities of the mind. ~ Sigmund Freud

Symbolic dreams are the most common type of dream. In a symbolic dream, everything in the dream is the dreamer, who is represented by symbols sent from the sub-conscious mind.

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Subconscious overload dreams are dreams that seem to make no sense, and are filled with events from our day. Most people believe that the majority of their dreams are just the subconscious mind blowing off steam, when in fact these dreams remain in the minority of dream types.

If you are not sure if your dreams are trying to tell you something, or just releasing the excess energy from your day, here are some tips to help you clarify.

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Past life dreams can be among the most difficult of dreams to figure out. They may seem symbolic, or even feel as if they are just wishful thinking. And since technically, past lives, or reincarnation, cannot be proven, they fall into the realm of unverified personal gnosis (UPG), which means that though the spiritual insight may be important to the dreamer, it doesn’t necessarily carry any weight with anyone else.

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