Welcome back to another dream interpretation blog post! I hope you enjoy reading, and I hope you have weird and random dreams like I do…!? Let me know below! All dream meanings from Dreammoods.
- Josh and I were going to a party at a warehouse – it was fully painted black. afterwards, we ended up having to babysit a random baby from a family we didn’t even know. The baby was in a pram.
Party: “To dream that you are at a party suggests that you need to get out more and enjoy yourself.”
Warehouse: “To see a warehouse in your dream represents stored energy or hidden resources. The warehouse also refers to memories. Alternatively, the warehouse means that you are putting your ambitions and goals on hold.”
Baby: “To dream that you are a babysitting suggests that you need to care for the child within yourself.”
Pram: “To see a pram in your dream symbolises your desire for a family or longing for a baby. Alternatively, it suggests that you need to cater to the needs of your own inner child.”
- I was living back at home again. I was sitting in the front/back yard on a picnic bench with my Mum, Dad and Cousin. My cousin announced that he had written a tiny book about cats – it had a flower pattern all over it. The next door neighbour got angry about us sitting outside – he said it was his property when it wasn’t.
Home: “To see your childhood home, your hometown, or a home that you previously lived in, indicates your own desire for building a family and your family idelogies. It also reflects aspects of yourself that were prominent or developed during the time you lived in that home. You may experienve some unfinished feelings that are being triggered by some waking situation. Alternatively, the dream may represent your outdated thinking.”
Yard: “To see your front yard represents what you choose to let others see. It is symbolic of your social personal. Consider the conditions of the yard and any objects in the yard.”
Book: “To see books in your dream indicates calmness. You are moving toward your goals at a slow and steady pace. Books also symbolise knowledge, intellect, information and wisdom. If the book is closed, then it represents you allure and mysteriousness. Consider the type of book for additional clues. The dream may represent your calling into a specific field of work or an area that you need to devote more study to. Alternatively, the dream could be telling you to not judge a book by its cover.”
Neighbour: “If you dream of an angry or unfriendly neighbour it signifies dissension and disappointment. There is a waking issue that you need to address with your neighbour. Alternatively, the dream could mean relocation from your home. Perhaps you are in need of a change of scenery.”
- It was night time and someone drove into my car while it was sitting in the driveway. I discovered it the next morning.
Night: “To have a dream take place at night represents some major setbacks and obstacles in achieving your goals. You are being faced with an issue that is not so clear cut. Perhaps, you should put the issues aside so you can clear your head and come back to it later. Alternatively, night may be synonymous with death, rebirth, reflection, and new beginnings.”
Stationary Car: “To see a parked car in your dream suggests that you need to turn your efforts and energies elsewhere. You may be needlessly spending your energy in a fruitless endeavour. Alternatively, a parked car may symbolise your need to stop and enjoy life. To see or dream that your car is being crushed represents disappointments occuring in your waking life. You are lacking ambition and goals.”
- We were driving along the highway when I saw a book store I wanted to stop at but we weren’t allowed to for some reason.
Bookstore: “To see a bookstore in your dream symbolises your quest for knowledge and ideas. You want to develop your mental sharpness.”
- We were exploring an unknown town – we were trying to find something that went missing 2 years ago – for some reason we thought we could find it. We went to the top of a hill to this farm place to have a look.
Neighbourhood: “To dream that you are in an unknown neighbourhood signifies aspects of your subconscious. The dream may also parallel a waking situation which is new or unfamiliar to you. You are venturing into a brand new territory and it is making you slightly anxious and uneasy.”
Missing: “To dream that you are missing something denotes a sense of being out of control and being disorganised.”
Hill: “To dream that you are climbing a hill signifies your struggles achieving a goal. You need to focus your energies on the prize. To dream you are standing on top of a hill suggests that you have succeeded in your endeavous. You are the necessary resources to complete the task at hand.”
Farm: “To see a farm in your dream suggests that you need to develop an aspect of yourself and utilise your potential. You are ready for growth.”
That is all I have for you today! I hope you enjoyed reading, and I hope you join me in my next post, whatever that might be.