What type of dreamer are you?

Written by Karen Gibbs

This fun quiz, what type of dreamer are you, really got me thinking. Picture two freaked me out and picture three is the stuff of nightmares! I don’t often remember my dreams but when I do its usually after a nightmare! Those dreams where you feel you are falling seem so real. The worst ones I remember, haven’t happened often, but they involved having my teeth fall out! Seems funny in the light of day but horrible while I’m dreaming! Many believe that these type of dreams mean suffering loss in your life. Carl Jung had a more simple approach to it; he believed that we can all interpret our dreams ourselves and each dream has a meaning behind it. Personally, I like that thought. I think that everything that happens within our day somehow comes to light while we sleep. Of course, that doesn’t mean it’s easy to interpret the dreams but our dreams can be very personal, and it’s entirely up to us to figure them out. On this quiz I got “Healing dreamer…You’re the healing dreamer! Healing dreams serve as messages for the dreamer in regards to their mental and physical health. The Ancient Greeks called these dreams “prodromic”. Many dream experts believe that dreams can help in avoiding potential problems and healing when you’re ill or when you’re grieving. This is especially true for you. Your body is able to communicate to your mind through dreams. These dreams can “tell” you that something is not quite right with your body even before any physical symptoms show up. If you can understand the language of your dreams, they will serve as an invaluable early warning system! They can inform, advise and heal you!” Wow I found this so interesting!  Comment what you got. It’s quite a fun quiz.

Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens.” – Carl Jung

About the author

Karen Gibbs

'Empowering Connections' is my thing. Hi there, I'm Karen, a Circle Facilitator, Author and Coach, empowering individuals to feel connected and positively impact the lives of others.
Through my writing, I advocate for those who struggle with depression or anxiety by supporting and serving their families and friends to understand mental health issues better.
My latest book is entitled "Stop The Downward Spiral: Everything the person in your life who struggles with depression wishes you knew."
I published my first book, Scrapbook Creations, in 2002 and won the Sunshine Coast Excellence in Business award for my business of the same name.
Helping others to connect and live a happy, faith-infused life is my passion. I gain inspiration daily from God and nature.
From my heart to yours, Karen x

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