Dreams Lie But Not As ‘Good’ As You Do – Unveiling Your Disguised Sexual Nature

The truth is: You don’t want to know what your dreams are clear cut saying (revealing) to you. You don’t want to look down deep under the covers for the irritating bed bugs of sexual discontent. In fact, you will go to great lengths to keep your pristine world in tact, undisturbed, and on an even keel even if it means you continue to live a blubbering falsity (sham) of an existence. You will do just about anything not to have your world turned upside down even to the point of interpreting your dreams in such a biased way as to seem ridiculous. Or worse yet, you could bow out of the interpretation altogether by mumbling something to the effect,” I don’t have a clue as to what my dream was about.” Bull shit. You know! You are the only one who does.

But, be that as it may, your dream’s sole purpose is to bother you at levels so deep, that no amount of ease can be experienced until the source of the irritation is resolved. Whether you choose to believe your dreams either in comfort or alarm, the obvious truth remains: Your dreams are speaking to you in an abrupt subtle way to ‘rattle your cage.’ Unless you are moved by the dream, you are, relatively speaking, pretending to show up for your life. You are faking it and not doing too well convincing yourself of your cleverly crafted deception.

Because you are so accustomed to lying to yourself, pacifying your pitiful existence, demeaning those who would point fingers at your self-created misery, you are incapable of seeing the yellow brick road which stands right before your eyes. You don’t want to see any other avenue to be explored. It seems too dangerous and uncertain. You are so concretely mobilized in a routine robotically induced fashion of existing, you are afraid to venture into areas of the unknown region of yourself. But, honestly, how long can you hold out? How much longer can you drag yourself into places with a plastered smile sealed on your face? You know you have reached that place of no return but you keep repeating and repeating and repeating the same old boring methods of interacting.

The change of seasons is upon you. (It’s high time to turn your attention inward and check the temperature for proper attire and event.) Your sexual thermostat malfunctioned months ago and you haven’t sent for the repairmen. If you think for one instant that your dreams are not completely sexual in nature, you are worse off than I thought. Every censored volatile fearful unexpressed emotional sexual sensation will be terminated in the day time conscious activity and registered for the night time unconscious processing/filtering. The deal will be sent upstairs to the big boss for further evaluation, tabulation and regurgitation.

Depending upon how much you are not dealing with in your everyday existence, the lines of demarcation in dreams will be blurred, obscured and deferred. In other words, you are the culprit who is hiding the truth from yourself. (No one, other than yourself, is betraying you or derailing your efforts or intent.) You are the master subterfuge whose disguise is tremendously unreliable. What are you gong to do about your inability to accept your own smoke screen? Are you the least bit interested in tapping into the subconscious level of your dreams of clarification of your hidden artistic talent? Oh! Did I neglect to mention that along with buttressing your complicated thwarted aims in your dreams, you were also covering up incredible latent talent?

Sexual impetus is creative talent, period. You can not hide it forever. You must come clean with yourself in such a way that at first is frightening and awkward. All dreams mean something! Every aspect in the dream elucidates major themes undigested. All dreams reveal conflict as its most base level. Do not be quick to condemn or elevate a status of a particular dream until you have spent time with the underlying energy pervading your waking hours because of it. Dreams can only be interpreted and processed through the emotional state, not through the eyes, ears, tastes sieved in rational methods. You are required to step beyond your ‘grip it or die’ attitude and allow a non-scenically approach to pervade you. In other words, you can not look directly at the dream for answers. You must look without conditioned familiar eyes.

Can you explain orgasm? Can you speak the words to describe it when it occurs or do you simply give way to the pleasure involved? This is the same approach needed for proper deciphering of dreams. And, in the very same vein when you try to achieve orgasm, it interferes with the occurrence, right? So you must stop trying so hard to interpret your dreams through known left over antics. Sexual instincts are often so ambiguously masked that to unravel a dream’s meaning with any hint of morality attached would surely distort the contents of the dream. Stay with this erotic thought until it seeps into your protective moralistic being!

Names take on superior significance in dreams. Numbers play a vitalized role, as well. Sexual feelings are produced in waves of vibrations that are easily associated with names, symbols and numbers. This is the point where esotericism plays a major function. But, if you are not fluid in such matters, your ability to sensationally decode the meanings of your dreams will be somewhat limited and distorted. Surely, however, you can relate to birth dates, simple universal symbols, ages and especially to names!

(Making a huge leap here) Regardless of how you feel about Freud, (interpretative father of the hidden psychology in dreams) he was somewhere in the ballpark when he concluded that dreams often reveal the deepest, darkest, most morosely misunderstood and grossly exaggerated sexual fantasies we wish to encounter/express. However, I will add that these slightly demised often distorted uninterrupted sexual stirrings have more to do with unexpressed talent than demonized lustful intent. Talent demands demonstrable extension, and will manipulate any given circumstance to expand its prodigious boundaries. Be not fooled, however, there are many levels of manipulation, envy, egoism, jealousy, deprivation, exploitation, and authoritative control at work in all humans every minute. Unwarranted Unexpected Unexplained Ignited Sexual detonation (camouflaged talent) seizes every opportunity to exploit, master, utilize, experience and languish in each savory episode!

When human beings do not activate their innate lavishly endowed talent, (hidden beneath sexual inactivity or suppressed secret erotic desire) through creative outlets of/in obvious uncertain (somewhat dangerous) endeavors, they are more apt to conduct themselves in/on primal life sustaining levels. In other words, human beings resort to archaic boring mundane demonstrative activity seeking more security/ prestige /authority of some sort. It’s really rather pathetic to be so noticeably phony.

Dreams will reflect these unresolved issues of blatantly discontented emotional static fusion. Dreams reveal untapped body wisdom available for processing. Dreams are not filled with flippant irresponsible messages unnecessarily. They are as relevant as the air you breathe each moment. Becoming fluently adept in deciphering dreams will take interest, effort and inclination to discover your latent sexually motivated talent. It’s more than worth the marvelous esoteric study involved.

Incomplete Dream Reports – A Dream Interpretation Nightmare

If you’ve ever had your dream interpreted by a dream worker, or even if you’ve worked on analyzing your own dream/s, you’ve probably encountered the issue of multiple possibilities and vague interpretations. After all the hard work, you find that the dream can be understood, or interpreted, in several different ways. This problem causes frustration, and worse, inconsistency and distrust in analysis.

The consequence; we either give up trying to understand the messages in our dreams, or we dismiss them as nonsensical, unimportant ramblings of the resting brain.

This ambiguity is the major cause of contention and conflict amongst the different schools of dream research. Dream interpretation, for many scientifically bent researchers is lumped in with sideshow fortune telling and parlour room spiritualism. They argue that the message, or interpretation, is so vague that it can apply to anyone, anywhere, any time, and for any situation. In the other camp, dream workers who have a less theoretically and physiologically bound agenda deal with the problem by interpreting the dream on “several” levels or by suggesting the message applies to a number of different areas or issue of life simultaneously. Neither conclusion helps us to extract the wealth of information, enlightenment and guidance our dreams offer.

After four decades of recording, studying and researching dreams from both paradigms, I’ve unravelled the cause of this nebulousness.

We find dreams difficult to pin down to one issue because our recall, and subsequently the report, is incomplete. We generally only remember a fraction of the dream; the most emotional, terrifying or seemingly bizarre fragments that stick with us as we wake. We then rush to write down these isolated and incomplete scenes. Once written, we seldom attempt to recall any additional details before proceeding to analyze them.

This is akin to tuning into a movie for one or two scenes and then assuming we understand -from the few minutes of the story- the plot, main characters, issues and ending. We then proceed to write a review or synopsis of that “movie” we saw.

So, how can we determine if we’ve remembered the entire dream or just a fragment? Length and structure.

Although sleep and dream researchers report that dreams vary in length, detail and content, depending on the stage of sleep and point in the sleep cycle we’re in when awakened, the length and structure of the dream is still the determining factor in assessing its completeness. The very act of waking (or being awakened) during a dream almost guarantees an incomplete dream report. We often only remember a fleeting scene, image, feeling or thought as our dominant conscious mind works quickly to convert the impressions and images into language.

By allowing ourselves to awaken naturally, or slowly and gently, at the end of a sleep cycle the chances of an entire dream being recalled, increases. However, we don’t all have that option. The next best idea would be to give ourselves instructions, before falling asleep, to remember our dream/s in detail and in its entirety.

On more occasions than I can recount now, I’ve spent almost an hour recording a dream in my journal in the middle of the night. By the time I was finished writing I was wide awake. On average (for me) a complete dream is somewhere between 350 to 1,500 words long and can loosely be seen as having a beginning, middle and end; or more accurately, an introduction, plot and conclusion.

If, in your dream report you can’t find a solution, conclusion or ending of sorts, you probably don’t have a complete dream.

So why bother recording them?

Are incomplete dream reports of any value?

Yes! Absolutely. Even a partial dream report provides us with new information. It shows, or hints at (at least) what the issues we are or are going to have to deal with are. It may provide an answer or solution to a problem we’ve been wrestling with for some time; it may warn us of a health issue we’re not yet aware of; or any number of issues that need our attention. And, of course, the greatest value of a fragment is its context and position in a series of dreams. If you’ve been dreaming of penguins, nuns and tuxedos for days, weeks, or months and you remember a fragment of a dream where you’re dancing across a black and white checkerboard floor, you can infer that the issue this series is addressing is still ongoing, and/or not yet resolved satisfactorily.

But, Terry, you may protest, even my complete dreams seem to be addressing multiple issues, or can be interpreted in different ways. Dreams only seem to be addressing multiple issues simultaneously because the issues are related or interconnected. However, with a detailed statistical, word and element analysis it becomes crystal clear where, and in what area of your life the issue, situation or information needs to be applied.

To demonstrate this, let’s take a look at a sexual dream; the type of dream most likely to cause people distress and concern because they fear the possible meaning or implication of such a heated and sensitive subject. When it comes to sex dreams, I often hear things like; do I have something wrong with me; Am I secretly or subconsciously attracted to my boss; Does it mean I’m actually gay; Do I need more/less sex? With this type of dream, an incomplete report can wreak havoc and cause all kinds of stress. So let’s try to eliminate the vagueness or multiplicity.

There are common elements in a dream that relate to sex such as the actual act, a bed, reproductive body parts, etc. If the dream is laden with this type of imagery, and little else, the message may indeed be sexual. If, on the other hand, there’s only a fleeting mention of sex, or one brief scene, and the majority of dream elements relate to, say, household references (which may include a bed) perhaps the issue being addressed has to do more with a home or family situation. The sex could be a way to get you to pay attention to getting your butt moving, bringing two aspects of your home life in harmony, etc.

But examining the frequency of the elements and words in a dream report, and focusing less on the images, we can gain an understanding of the issue our subconscious wants us to pay attention to.

Every piece of a dream adds to our knowledge of ourselves, our lives and our futures. Quite often, though, the information recovered is incomplete. Our dreams, being the creative and tenacious little creatures that they are, will continue to send us messages until we finally get it, or until a more pressing issue pops up.

Consider, just for a minute, how much easier our lives could be if we just paid attention to the wisdom of our dreams; how much more prepared we would be for those events in life that can often knock us off our feet or send us spinning; and how much more productive we could be if we realized what’s holding us back, tying us up or scaring us out of our wits. And it can be easier. All we have to do is work on improving our dream recall and reporting skills so that we can transcribe the complete instructions provided by our own personal, life coach.

How to Interpret Dreams About Sex – Dream Translation and Analysis

Dreams about sex are showing you that you have a very close relationship with the person you are having a sexual relationship with, even if the relationship you have with this person is not sexually related. When you have sex with someone in dreams this means that you completely agree with this person.

However, all the people who appear in your dreams are parts of your own personality. Therefore, the information you have is not related to them, but related to your psychological reality. Only later, after having passed through a process of mind development through dream translation, will you have direct information about other people in your dreams.

Thus, when you see in a dream that you are making love to someone, this means that you totally agree with a certain part of your personality represented by this person. For example, if you are a woman and you see a dream in which you are making love with your father, this means that you completely agree with your one-sided conscience, which is represented by the image of your father.

Your parents always have a negative meaning in dreams because they represent your under-developed nature. You are basically a primate who must develop your intelligence through dream translation. Your father in dreams represents your ignorant conscience that keeps repeating the same mistakes. Your father can have a positive meaning only when the positive aspects of your personality are reflected in his behavior in a dream.

Your mother represents your wild conscience, the terrible anti-conscience that provokes mental illnesses within the human side of your conscience. Therefore, if you are a man and you see in a dream that you are making love with your mother, this means that you totally agree with the absurdity of your anti-conscience. This is a very dangerous attitude. You must stop following the evil and absurd suggestions of your anti-conscience because they will only lead you to craziness and despair.

Write down your dreams everyday in a dream journal. Even if you are not able to translate their meaning today, some day you will be able to understand everything if you follow my lessons.

Dreams about sex have another meaning when you are having a sexual relationship with your partner. The person you love doesn’t represent a part of your own personality like the other people who appear in your dreams. Everything that you see about him or her in a dream is true and related to your relationship with this person.

For example, you may dream that while you were making love, he or she was constantly avoiding you. This means that your partner is not feeling the same way you do when you are together. You must try to understand why your partner is not feeling happy with you. On the other hand, if you are having a sexual relationship with the person you love and feeling satisfied in a dream, this means that your relationship is healthy.

The translation and analysis of dreams about love depend on the dream’s context. The information you have is not given in a symbolic form, as happens in dreams that reflect your psychological problems. This information will help you understand if you are being cheated on, or how to fix a broken relationship.

Christina Sponias continued Carl Jung’s research into the human psyche, discovering the cure for all mental illnesses, and simplifying the scientific method of dream interpretation that teaches you how to exactly translate the meaning of your dreams, so that you can find health, wisdom and happiness.

What Is the Meaning of Sex Dreams

Nearly everyone dreams several times a night. Whilst we don’t always remember the dreams we have, some dreams are more likely to be recalled than others. Ones that involve danger are often in that category. So are dreams that include some form of excitement. And for most people, sex dreams count as excitement! But what do they mean?

Erotic dreams

The content of these R-rated or even X-rated dreams is too explicit to go into here but if you’re old enough to have erotic dreams, you’re old enough to be able to imagine what is included in them.

These are usually the rawest dreams we have – in lots of different senses – and usually reflect a sexual desire that we have. Sometimes this is a desire that we secretly have but haven’t shared with anyone. Sometimes it can be a sexual act that – deep down – we’d love to have but have suppressed for any one of a number of reasons.

If you find yourself having erotic dreams too often then either you’re a teenager and it’s therefore a perfectly normal part of growing up or your sex drive is higher than your actual sex life. I’m sure you can work out some ideas on how to satisfy that side of things, ideally without costing yourself too much in lap dance fees.

Nudity dreams

Not all sex dreams involve the actual act itself. Nudity dreams fall into this category.

Sometimes you may find yourself exposed and without clothes in a very public place. Quite often this can be interpreted as the manifestation of something that you’re concerned or worried about. The public nudity just takes it to a higher level than you’d encounter in real life. But the situation or location you find yourself nude in normally holds the clues as to the root cause of this problem.

Dreams about infidelity

Most often, dreams about being unfaithful to your partner are caused by a lack of satisfaction with your relationship at the time.

The problem could be sexual or it could be caused by stresses at work. It may also be because you and your partner have started to drift apart. Have a chat with them to see how you can remedy this or just pretend that you are courting them again to help bring the spark back into your relationship.

Celebrity sex dreams

If drooling over the latest celebrity moves from the occasional thought to seemingly every single dream is about getting off with Brad Pitt or Britney or whoever then you’re definitely experiencing celebrity sex dreams.

These could be because your life is currently a bit dull and boring. The idea of sex with a famous person brings with it the idea of more spice in your life. If that’s the case, work on that aspect of your life and see whether you can bring some of the benefits of these fantasies into your time with your partner. Role play may help with this – it’s not just nurses uniforms that can help in the bedroom!

What Does My Dream Mean? Surprising Facts About Dreams and Their Meaning

“I had the weirdest dream last night!”. How many times have you woken up wondering about the meaning of the dream you just had? Read these fascinating facts about dreams and dream analysis.

EVERYBODY HAS DREAMS

Just because you wake up in the morning and do not remember having a dream, it does not mean you didn’t dream. Research shows that everybody dreams.

There are some who do show a lack of dream activity and this is thought to be due to protein deficiencies or abnormalities in the brain.

DREAMS DO NOT PREDICT THE FUTURE

Dreams can help you provide a sense of insight into yourself, your personality, unsettled issues that are going on in your mind. However, dreams do not predict the future. If you dreamed that your mom came to visit, woke up in the morning to find your mom really has come to visit, this is a coincidence.

YOU WON’T DIE IF YOU WAKE UP IN THE MIDDLE OF A DREAM

There are so many superstitions surrounding dreams and it is hardly surprising since dream interpretation has such a long history. The Romans used to present their dreams to soothsayers for analysis. If you dream of someone’s death, it is not an omen that they are about to die any time soon.

DREAMS AND BRAIN WAVE ACTIVITY

Studies have shown that your brain waves can be more active when you are dreaming than when you are awake.

IN AN AVERAGE LIFETIME, WE SPEND 6 YEARS DREAMING

We spend one-third of our lives sleeping and we dream an average of one to two hours per night. So we are spending an incredible 6 years of our lives just dreaming! And that is not even mentioning day-dreaming or having a dream during a quick nap on the bus for example.

WE HAVE MANY DREAMS IN ONE NIGHT

The average adult has between 4 and 7 dreams each and every night.

SNORING AND DREAMING

If you are snoring, you are not dreaming.

TODDLERS DO NOT DREAM ABOUT THEMSELVES

While adults tend to include themselves in a dream, young children do not dream of themselves until they have reached the age of 3 or 4.

YOUNG CHILDREN AND NIGHTMARES

It is very common for young children to suffer from nightmares. They tend to appear around the age of 3 and may continue to the age of 7-8.

WHY ARE NIGHTMARES CALLED NIGHTMARES?

The word ‘nightmare’ originates female demon or evil spirit who haunts people at night while they sleep. It is thought that the word “mare” doesn’t come from horse but from “mer” as in “mermaid”.

MEN AND WOMEN DREAM DIFFERENTLY

No, men don’t dream of Mars and woman of Venus, but the sexes do appear to dream differently. Men tend to dream more about other men, whereas women will dream equally about both sexes. It is not uncommon for men to experience an erection during their dreams, whether or not they are sexual in nature.