7. Faulty equipment or vehicles
Each of us has dreamt about natural or man-made disasters where we’re scared for our own life and the lives of those close to us. These dreams might indicate personal problems that have gotten out of control or are a result of feeling threatened by something. Of course, constant messages in the media about catastrophes and terroristic acts worsen the situation too. As a result, we start feeling vulnerable in the modern world.
Sometimes when having a nightmare, we try to shout out loud but feel that voice has left us which causes an even bigger fear. Psychologists explain it as sleep paralysis. During the last phase of sleep, the time in which we have dreams, our brain purposefully paralyzes the body so that we can lie still and not “live” in our sleep by running, jumping, etc. People who have sleep paralysis usually wake up before the end of the last phase and enter a state between sleep and reality for a short period of time. This can be felt as an inability to move, speak, and in some cases, breathe.
As strange as it might sound, it’s not only women who can have dreams about pregnancy. A psychologist name David Bedrick says, “Pregnancy symbolizes something new growing inside us.” You subconsciously dream about “giving birth” to a new fascinating creative project. It can be anything from writing a book to repairing a house. It’s time to set a goal and show the world how you can take on this new role.
If you’re not pregnant in real life, you may be seeking fulfillment after having such a dream.
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