Recurring dreams

I dream a lot. I always have. Do you have recurring dreams?

I do.

When I have a recurring dream I do try to understand if there is a message in it for me. Most times I  just let it go and let it sort out my psyche without my interference – unless it increases in intensity and seems to want my attention. For example, a recent dream…

“There is this male character in my dreams I am very afraid of. He turns up very innocently to start with and worms his way into peoples’ lives. I know he is bad but I am, for some reason, afraid to tell people that he is bad, even malevolent. The story progresses and his true self  is clear and threatening. In last night’s dream, he accused me of owing him money – $500.00. I knew that I did not owe him anything but I was very scared. A part of the dream that puzzles me is that I keep seeing him getting close to women I know and care about BUT I do not warn them – as if I am not allowed to. I only own up to knowing how evil he is, when he claims another victim.”

I don’t know what to make of it but I guess it will either go away of its own accord or I will keep puzzling over it. What do you think it means? All ideas welcome 🙂



10 thoughts on “Recurring dreams

  1. Well fear is the general theme to it. Here’s a quote from the sci fi novel Dune that I’ve always liked:

    I must not fear.
    Fear is the mind-killer.
    Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.
    I will face my fear.
    I will permit it to pass over me and through me.
    And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.
    Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.
    Only I will remain.

  2. “To dream that you are being threatened indicates that you have internalized some fear. You are feeling inadequate or oppressed.” I don’t know if this interpretation fits in your situation though…
    With love and blessings from a passerby…:)
    Practice random kindness!
    Miss M

    • Thank you for your thoughts on this and I think you are on the right track. It must be deeply internalised as I can’t connect with it when I am awake.
      warm regards to you 🙂

  3. Perhaps there is someone in your life whom you do not trust.
    Someone who appears one way while acting another.
    But you don’t feel that you have enough information to “blow the whistle” . . . yet.

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