“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.” – Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
A dream dictionary offers a starting point for understanding your dreams.
What you experience in your dreams is like an out of body experience, except that you return from the dream with some symbolic mental notes.
Enter a keyword from your dream to find the symbolic meaning in the dream dictionary. Chose a keyword that evokes the strongest emotions in you.
Why Should You Explore Your Dreams?
Dreams are important. They confirm what you feel, magnifying feelings that have lain dormant. Some dreams are even prophetic.
The reasons that we explore our dreams are individual. If you are a musician, you may have heard how Sir. Paul McCartney found the composition for his famous song “Yesterday” in a dream. We each have our own reasons for examining our dreams.
As a scientist, knowing that Dmitri Mendeleev found the idea of the periodic table of elements in a dream may cause you to pay attention so you won’t miss important clues from your subconscious. Pay attention, especially when you face tough challenges.
Scary dreams and nightmares, while not pleasant, may cause you to look into the reasons behind them.
The reasons for understanding your dreams are many and they are all valuable. Exploring dreams starts with improving dream recall, dream journaling, and analysis.
Enter a dream symbol in the search bar below, or view a complete list of dream symbols here.