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Dream Interpretation: I Delivered My Baby All By Myself

May 1, 2014

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Other people’s dreams are never interesting…except when they’re about sex. Each week, our dream analyst Lauri Loewenberg tells one lucky reader what their dirty dream means. Got a dream you want Lauri to analyze? Click here to submit it (18 and older only, please). This week, a reader asks Lauri:

I had a  dream after two months of my marriage in which I saw myself giving birth to a baby without the help of anyone.  After I gave birth I called a medical practitioner to help me with the cleaning up. What does this mean?


Lauri: ¬†It’s very possible this dream is a sign that you are ready to start a family. When our biological clock starts ticking, all our conscious mind and subconscious mind can think about is baby, baby, baby. Often the subconscious mind will start giving us hints in our dreams before our conscious mind catches up. This could be why you gave birth in the dream by yourself, because hubby may not be “with you” yet as far as the idea of starting a family, which is usually the case. For example, I was more than ready for a baby a good year before my hubby was. We gals have a bit more of a time limitation than men.

If you are absolutely not ready for children and this dream seemed to come completely from out of the blue, then the birth would be symbolic of something new that has recently developed in your life, something that requires a lot of attention and nurturing from you, like a new job, going back to school, a new business or project, etc. It would be something that is all of your own doing and your own responsibility in real life since you gave birth all by yourself in the dream. Hopefully it is NOT a sign that you are already feeling alone in your marriage. Oy!

The cleaning of the mess is an interesting element and may be connected to your need to straighten out a situation that got “messy” in real life or a need to organize yourself so you can better care for this new development.¬† Whatever the case, it seems to be a good dream pointing to new beginnings for you!

 

Visit Lauri’s brand new site,¬†WhatYourDreamMeans.com, for even more dream interpretations! If you want to be able to figure out your own dreams every morning, then check out her latest book,¬†Dream On It: Unlock Your Dreams Change Your Life, which will give you the tools you need to become a dream expert, too.¬†Check out all of Lauri’s books here.

 

 

 

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The 10 Types of Sex Dreams

April 17, 2014

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Freud, Schmroid. If you’re looking for a good book on the interpretation of dreams, check out the one by our very own Lauri Loewenberg, dream interpreter extraordinaire! Dream On It: Unlock Your Dreams, Change Your Life (published by St. Martin’s Press) features hundreds of real dream interpretations and a comprehensive dream symbol dictionary to help you understand and make the most of your nocturnal visions, especially the sexy ones. There’s an entire chapter dedicated to sex dreams, which Lauri says are often “not about a physical union you want, but rather a psychological union you need!” There are 10 kinds of sex dreams; below are 5 of them; check out Dream On It for the other five archetypes (The Friend, The Same Gender, Oral Sex, Family Members, and Masturbation):

  1. The Mystery Lover – This is the most common of all sex dreams. Many of us wonder if this dream is actually a glimpse of our soul mate who might be out there somewhere waiting for us.¬† Alas, t‚Äôis not so.¬† But what is so is that the unknown, faceless man or woman that often appears in our dreams does indeed hold significance….Our dreams have a cool way of showing us the different parts of our personality in the form of a person so we can gain a deeper understanding of ourselves and what makes us tick. That being said, the mystery lover in your dreams is the embodiment, the personification of the qualities we tend to associate with that gender….Throughout life we struggle to incorporate the right balance of each [gender] into our personalities and behavior.¬† A man wants to be caring and understanding, yet he doesn‚Äôt want to be a sissy.¬† A woman wants to assert herself, yet she doesn‚Äôt want to be labeled the B word!¬† Our mystery lover dreams are guiding us towards that perfect balance of firm and gentle, bold and caring, yin and yang.
  2. Cheating — These dreams can be infuriating, worrisome and the cause of many a slap across the face first thing in the morning.¬† In fact, in a recent survey I conducted with over 5000 participants, the cheating dream came in as the #1 most common dream! As upsetting as these dreams can be, the good news is that they rarely indicate that your mate is getting his or her pleasures elsewhere.¬† They do suggest, however, that something rather than someone is taking the time and attention from your mate that you feel you deserve.‚Ä®…[If] you are the one straying in your dreams you need to ask yourself what you may be doing that is taking your attention away from your mate.¬† The guilt you feel in the dream is a tell tale sign that, deep down, you are aware that this may not be sitting well with your significant other….Once you can pinpoint what it is your mate is ‚Äúcheating on you‚ÄĚ with, or what you may be guilty of giving too much time to, it‚Äôs time to compromise.¬† Offer to give up or cut back on something your mate isn‚Äôt a big fan of if he or she promises to cut back on the activity that is causing you to feel left out. If you both stick to the compromise, you‚Äôll find that the dreams will stop.
  3. The Ex — Past lovers are very popular characters in our naughty dreams. Even though it may be light years since you were with this person, he or she STILL continues to appear in your dreams, bringing those old feelings back to the surface that leave you wondering if you still may be holding a flame.¬† ‚Ä®‚Ä®Most often, the ex we dream about the most is our first love.¬† Strangely enough, we continue to dream of our first loves, even if we’ve moved on into a happy marriage.¬† Don’t worry, it’s not that you want the ex back, it’s that you want what he or she represents back: excitement, bubbles, passion!¬† You are likely to get these dreams when you are in a dry spell or when your marriage or current relationship gets a little too routine and humdrum, as all relationships do from time to time.¬† Your dream is using your ex to remind you of the passion that is still alive inside of you.¬† These dreams are actually good for you and are alerting you to the fact that the passion department doesn‚Äôt want to become a thing of the past.
  4. The Co-Worker – This dream can make work a very uncomfortable place to be. Unless your co-worker causes your heart to skip a beat and your mind to wander into naughty, naughty land, then your sex dream(s) about him or her are nothing to cause you concern.¬† However, understanding the dream is well worth your while because odds are, that dream is actually trying to help you improve yourself at work.¬† Your dreaming mind may be telling you that you need to ‚Äúcome together‚ÄĚ on some level with your co-worker, for the sake of work, that you need to have a meeting of the minds in order to make co-existing and co-working more efficient.¬† ‚Ä®‚Ä®But what if you don‚Äôt really have much to do with a particular co-worker during the day but you find yourself knocking boots at night?¬† All you need to do is ask yourself what stands out about that person.¬† Is he really good with computers?¬† Does the boss seem to favor her?¬†¬† Maybe he‚Äôs easy going and doesn‚Äôt seem to have a care in the world.¬† There is very likely a quality he or she possesses that your dreaming mind feels you would do well to take on as your own.
  5. The Boss РShagging your employer at night can sure make it difficult to come into work the next day.  If this is the case with you, remember, sex dreams are not necessarily about the person but rather about what he or she represents.  In the case of your boss it is most likely power, authority, management skills, decision making, et cetera that you need to merge into your own life.
 Do you need to take on the role of boss at home and better manage those unruly kids?  Are you facing a tough decision?  Do you need to fire or get rid of a certain element, person or behavior in your life?  Or perhaps you simply need to merge with your boss psychologically in order to deal with a client or project. Whatever the case may be, your boss dream is telling you that it’s time to take charge! Being decisive and authoritative would suit you well now.

For more on the 5 sex dreams above and to discover the meaning behind the other 5 most common sex dreams — The Friend, The Same Gender, Oral Sex, Family Members, and Masturbation –¬†check out Lauri‚Äôs book¬†Dream On It, available everywhere!¬†Check out all of Lauri’s books here.



Dream Interpretation: My Boyfriend and I Had Matching Nightmares

April 10, 2014

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Other people’s dreams are never interesting…except when they’re about sex. Each week, our dream analyst Lauri Loewenberg tells one lucky reader what their dirty dream means. Got a dream you want Lauri to analyze? Click here to submit it (18 and older only, please). This week, a reader asks Lauri:

My boyfriend and I had been arguing all night. Sometime around 4 am, going on 5, we both had a nightmare and addressed each other about it around 8 in the morning. We weren’t in the same place, he was home and I was home. I find it so ironic how we had the same dream (when we weren’t even around each other) let alone more ironic how we woke up at the same time.¬†His dream was that he got jumped.¬†My dream was that these kids he had altercations with were outside my house begging him to come out & pulled out guns but the cops came.¬†Is this symbolizing it’s gonna come true? I’m scared, I’m thinking about visiting a fortune teller. Please help!


Lauri:¬†Oh for goodness sake, save your money! Having the same or similar dream as someone else on the same night isn’t terribly uncommon. It is called “shared dreaming” and it probably happens even more than we realize because we do not always remember nor¬† report our dreams to others in the morning. I’ve even addressed this in a previous column here at EMandLO.com. The reason your dreams were so similar is because you both went to sleep with the same issue on your mind — your fight — so both of your subconscious minds’ addressed the fight.

In his dream, he got jumped. That reflects how he felt after your fight. He felt attacked… by you, and his dreaming mind equated this to being ganged up on. In your dream the gang was begging him to come out. That probably reflects your role in the fight. When you two were fighting, were you begging him to “come out” and open up about something?

The guns are the emotional weapons you used or both of you used on each other. Guns in dreams are all about shooting off at the mouth, criticism, emotionally wounding words, etc.  The cops showing up represents that you two managed to put a stop to the fight before it got too bad.

So don’t worry, these dreams are not a warning of things to come but rather an honest expression of how you both feel about what went down in your fight. I highly recommend you both continue to share your dreams with each other, as it will help you stay tuned into one another. It’s something fresh to talk about every day, often something fun to laugh about, but most importantly, your dreams are the most pure and honest expressions you have. And in any healthy relationship, honesty is always the best policy.

 

Visit Lauri’s brand new site,¬†WhatYourDreamMeans.com, for even more dream interpretations! If you want to be able to figure out your own dreams every morning, then check out her latest book,¬†Dream On It: Unlock Your Dreams Change Your Life, which will give you the tools you need to become a dream expert, too.¬†Check out all of Lauri’s books here.

 

 

 

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Did the Ghost of My Dead Husband Visit Me in My Dreams?

April 3, 2014

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Other people’s dreams are never interesting…except when they’re about love or sex. Each week, our dream analyst Lauri Loewenberg tells one lucky reader what their dirty and/or romantic dream means. Got a dream you want Lauri to analyze? Click here to submit it (18 and older only, please). This week, a reader asks Lauri:

I dreamed that my first husband, who passed away in 2007, was lying next to me, holding me from the back, whispering something into my ear. ¬†I was trying to turn around because I didn’t know who it was. I’m currently divorced from my second husband as of last September. ¬†When I turned around and saw his face, he smiled, but I knew that he was gone and started crying and woke up. ¬†Once I woke up I really cried like a little baby. ¬†What did this dream mean? ¬†I haven’t dreamed about him in a long time, and that situation threw me off. What do you think? ¬†

Lauri: Aw, I am so sorry for your loss. I know this dream was difficult. I hope I can bring some comfort and clarity to you.

Now, I take a very practical approach to analyzing dreams and believe that everything and everyone in your dream represents a part of you or a part of your life. However, when we dream of a deceased loved one, I can’t help but feel that sometimes it may be them, certainly not every time, but sometimes. And those dreams usually feel different than other dreams. You wake from the dream still feeling their presence, sometimes even smelling their cologne or perfume. Is it wishful thinking on my part? Perhaps. But that is also coupled with research that seems to suggest dreams are a possible means of communication. So I am going to approach your dream from both schools of thought.

Psychologically speaking, what is behind you in a dream often represents your past. Your late husband is indeed a part of your past, that which is “behind” you. In the dream you try to turn around because a part of you probably wishes to go back to a happier time and to a more loving partner. He then gives you a smile. In dream psychology receiving a smile in a dream is a sign of self approval, which would mean your deeper, intuitive self feels you have done the right thing and that everything will be okay.

Spiritually speaking, who’s to say it wasn’t the spirit of your late husband coming through to you during a difficult time in your life when you feel most alone and letting you know he is still with you? In my heart I believe it is possible.

Either way, the crying you did afterwards was definitely needed and this dream served the purpose of helping you cleanse your psyche, bringing you comfort.

Visit Lauri’s brand new site,¬†WhatYourDreamMeans.com, for even more dream interpretations! If you want to be able to figure out your own dreams every morning, then check out her latest book,¬†Dream On It: Unlock Your Dreams Change Your Life, which will give you the tools you need to become a dream expert, too.¬†Check out all of Lauri’s books here.

 

 

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Dream Interpretation: My Boyfriend and I Both Dreamed I Cheated

March 27, 2014

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Other people’s dreams are never interesting…except when they’re about sex. Each week, our dream analyst Lauri Loewenberg tells one lucky reader what their dirty dream means. Got a dream you want Lauri to analyze? Click here to submit it (18 and older only, please). This week, a reader asks Lauri:

What does it mean if I dream I cheated on my boyfriend and he had the same dream too, that I cheated on him?

Lauri:¬†You’ve got two very excellent questions that a lot of people wonder about: the cheating dream and having the same dream as someone else.

Let’s start with the latter. When you have the same dream as someone else on the same or close to the same night, it’s because you are both dealing with the same waking life issue and your subconscious minds respond to it in a similar manner by giving you similar dreams.

Next: You both had a dream of you cheating. This is a big clue as to what the waking life issue is that you two are dealing with. I’ll assume that you’re a good girlfriend and haven’t cheated and that is why this dream is confusing you both. If that’s the case, then this shared dream suggests you both feel there is a third wheel in the relationship, but rather than it being another man, it is more likely something else that you are giving your time and attention to. Is there a new baby that is taking up all your time and affection? Or is it something else like your job or a side project or even a friend or family member that is taking too much of your time?

Whatever it is, your boyfriend is feeling cheated out of your time and you seem to be aware that something is getting in the middle of your relationship. Rather than allowing this dream to upset you, let it be a wakeup call that your relationship needs a little more TLC right now. Do that and the dream won’t come back… for either one of you!
Visit Lauri’s brand new site,¬†WhatYourDreamMeans.com, for even more dream interpretations! If you want to be able to figure out your own dreams every morning, then check out her latest book,¬†Dream On It: Unlock Your Dreams Change Your Life, which will give you the tools you need to become a dream expert, too.¬†Check out all of Lauri’s books here.

 

 

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Dream Interpretation: I Had a MFF Threeway with My Husband

March 20, 2014

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Other people’s dreams are never interesting…except when they’re about sex. Each week, our dream analyst Lauri Loewenberg tells one lucky reader what their dirty dream means. Got a dream you want Lauri to analyze? Click here to submit it (18 and older only, please). This week, a reader asks Lauri:

I had a dream last night about my husband and I having a threesome and I have been completely freaked out. In the dream we met a random woman who we befriended. One thing led to another and we took her to bed. I remember being completely fine with it until I found out that my husband would only be the second person and only the second time that she has slept with anyone. I tried putting it out of my mind and continued but I was suddenly jealous. During foreplay I looked at my husband and made it very clear that this would be the only time that we do this. Things continued to progress but I was able to wake myself before we went “all the way.”

This dream confused me for many reasons. My husband and I are completely closed to this subject as we agree it would be detrimental to our relationship. We are committed solely to each other. Another thing is that the only other person I have ever been with is a woman. I dated her for 7 years and while I enjoyed that time I have no desire to live that life again. I’d love to talk to him about this but it has taken 4 of the 5 years we’ve been together for me to convince him that I’m done with that part of my life and he fulfills my needs. Hoping you can help me figure this out. I’ve been thinking about it for hours. Thank you in advance!

Lauri:¬† Dreams are confusing for many reasons. One, because we look at them literally rather than symbolically, and two, because we don’t realize that everything in the dream is really symbolic of a part of ourself or a part of our own life. In other words, the woman in this dream represents you!

Notice how, just like you, your husband is only the second person she has ever been with. So you need to ask yourself what it is you have invited into your marriage that you now regret. Is something starting to feel like a third wheel? Have either of you taken on a new job or project that is getting in the middle of your time together? Or is it something intangible like insecurity or a behavior that that is starting to be a problem?

My suspicion is that it is your past. In the dream you try to make it clear to your husband that the threesome with the woman will never happen again just as you have to convince him in real life that you would never be with another woman again. I think your dream is showing you that this is still a sticky wicket for hubby… or perhaps it is for you in that it bothered him for so long. Either way, I believe THAT is the third wheel. Heck, a lot of men would totally dig if that was part of their wife’s past. Nonetheless, my professional opinion is that this dream reflects that you are solely committed to hubby but it bothers you that your past bothers — or DID bother — him. The past is the past. You don’t live there anymore so stop letting it imprison you.

 

Visit Lauri’s brand new site,¬†WhatYourDreamMeans.com, for even more dream interpretations! If you want to be able to figure out your own dreams every morning, then check out her latest book,¬†Dream On It: Unlock Your Dreams Change Your Life, which will give you the tools you need to become a dream expert, too.¬†Check out all of Lauri’s books here.

 

 

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Dream Interpretation: I Was Castrated, Then I Strangled Ashton Kutcher

March 13, 2014

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Other people’s dreams are never interesting…except when they’re about sex. Each week, our dream analyst Lauri Loewenberg tells one lucky reader what their dirty dream means. Got a dream you want Lauri to analyze? Click here to submit it (18 and older only, please). This week, a reader asks Lauri:

I had a nightmare last night: After a house party, two guys (who in the dream were my friends, though they don’t exist in my life) held me down and cut off one of my testicles, laughing while they did it. I then woke up and tried to get to an ambulance, they were laughing and making jokes like I was a pansy for wanting help.

I woke up and checked myself, and was fine. I went back to sleep and dreamed I was a robot with sentience created by a doctor as an experiment. In the dream I terrified people whenever they looked at me, and I ended up strangling Ashton Kutcher.

Lauri:¬†As cringe-worthy as they are, castration dreams are pretty common for the men-folk, I’ve learned. Why? Because the male genitalia, to the dreaming mind, tends to represent male energy: assertiveness, manning up, growing a pair, etc. So when your male bits are taken from you in a dream, it means you are feeling pressure in waking life to soften up a bit… or something is causing you to feel belittled, diminished or disrespected in some way.

Let’s look at the specifics of your dream to try to get more info from it. This happens to you after a party, which suggests some sort of celebratory or exciting situation in your life has come to an end. These two guys are laughing while castrating you. This tells me you aren’t taking yourself or some situation in your life seriously enough… or perhaps you feel someone isn’t taking you seriously. You woke up in an ambulance, which means you have had a recent awakening or realization in real life that some area of your life needs to heal. Is it a relationship? Something from your past? Whatever it is, it is a part of you that worries you will be seen as a pansy for wanting to remedy what has gone wrong.

In your next dream you are a robot with feelings. That is a perfect metaphor for what may be going on with you in real life. It seems there is some sort of situation that is causing you to feel very emotional but you don’t want to show it because you are concerned how others may perceive you. While strangling Ashton Kutcher may be a dream many would like to fulfill (ha), I think it symbolizes that you are choking back what you would really like to say. Your dream seems to be showing you that if you continue to hide your emotions you could very well turn into a freakish, cold, unemotional, murderous robot of a person. Of course, that’s an exaggeration, but you get the idea.

 

Visit Lauri’s brand new site,¬†WhatYourDreamMeans.com, for even more dream interpretations! If you want to be able to figure out your own dreams every morning, then check out her latest book,¬†Dream On It: Unlock Your Dreams Change Your Life, which will give you the tools you need to become a dream expert, too.¬†Check out all of Lauri’s books here.

 

 

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Dream Interpretation: My Girlfriend & I Had the Same Dream I Died in a Car Crash

March 6, 2014

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Other people’s dreams are never interesting…except when they’re about sex. Each week, our dream analyst Lauri Loewenberg tells one lucky reader what their dirty dream means. Got a dream you want Lauri to analyze? Click here to submit it (18 and older only, please). This week, a reader asks Lauri:

So I had a dream I got in a car accident — it was another guy driving and it was a smaller green car.¬†And then I woke up. I got up, left my girlfriend sleeping, and went to lie on the couch. I’m sitting there and I hear crying coming from my room after an hour and a half. I run to the room to see that my girlfriend is still sleeping but crying, so I wake her up to see what’s wrong and she tells me she lost me. She went on to explain what her dream was about: I had gotten into a car accident and by the time she got to the hospital, I had died ! Her memory of this dream is similar: green car , guy driving and me dying! Can you help explain this to me?

Lauri: Two people can absolutely have the same dream on the same night. It’s called shared dreaming and it usually happens to two people who are very close: husband and wife, best friends, mother and daughter, etc. The reason why is because the two individuals are dealing with the same real life issue and their subconscious responds to it similarly by giving them comparable dreams.

That being said, has something in your life come to a messy and sudden end? Has a direction you were headed in been side-tracked? Or have you crashed and burned in some way? Emotionally perhaps?

In both of your dreams the car was green. Green can often symbolize jealousy. At the time of this dream, were you guys feeling envious of someone else? Green can also symbolize inexperience. Did something come to a messy end due to lack of experience? You may also want to put your own personal association to the color green here.

Whatever the case, your shared dreams suggest you both were having a difficult time with something that ended or did not work out. In your dream it seems you were trying not to blame yourself for it, since you were not the one driving and in your girlfriend’s dream it seems she is trying to mourn the loss of the situation so she can more easily let it go and move on from it in real life. I think these dreams show that you two are really tuned in to each other, which is a sign of a strong relationship!

 

Visit Lauri’s brand new site,¬†WhatYourDreamMeans.com, for even more dream interpretations! If you want to be able to figure out your own dreams every morning, then check out her latest book,¬†Dream On It: Unlock Your Dreams Change Your Life, which will give you the tools you need to become a dream expert, too.¬†Check out all of Lauri’s books here.

 

 

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Dream Interpretation: I Had a Baby in the Middle of Menopause

February 27, 2014

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Other people’s dreams are never interesting…except when they’re about sex. Each week, our dream analyst Lauri Loewenberg tells one lucky reader what their dirty dream means. Got a dream you want Lauri to analyze? Click here to submit it (18 and older only, please). This week, a reader asks Lauri:

I’m in my forties and well past child bearing age as I’m going thru the menopause. In my dream I was with a male friend who died back in 2009. I was sat on his sofa when this baby boy popped out of me, I was looking down at him and could see the baby’s private parts and thought, “Oh, it’s a boy.” He was still attached to me. Aome minutes passed and the baby was still attached, then the male friend walked back in the room and seemed surprised to see me still sitting there. I told him to pass me the baby as he needed changing and the man gave me the baby and passed me some paper to clean the mud — yes, mud! — off the baby’s arm pits. I noticed the baby felt cold, so cuddled him and felt the blood trickle out of me. I thought, “Shouldn’t the placenta be coming out now?”

Lauri:¬†Going through “the change” is a big big deal for many women and can affect so many parts of your life, so it is very common to have dreams that are not only symbolic of the change but are also helping you cope with it.

The male friend in your dream may seem random, but I assure you he is there for a reason. Ask yourself what else stands out about him. How did he make you feel about yourself? Is there a quality he possessed that could be helpful to you right now? He is someone that has recently passed, so he may represent this part of your life that is beginning to pass away.

The baby boy you give birth to is symbolic of this new post menopausal phase of life that is emerging. Many women who have gone through menopause, when it is all said and done, say it is refreshing and like a rebirth. The baby remains attached to you throughout the dream. That seems to suggest that you may still be emotionally and psychologically attached to your uterus and the idea of still being able to produce a baby. Losing that ability, even if you don’t want any more children, is still a difficult thing to part with.

And notice how the baby needs changing… that is because YOU are changing. Your body is, and so this dream is trying to help your mind catch up to the change. And I believe that is where the mud comes in. Dirt and mud in a dream often symbolize depression and negativity, that which dirties up an otherwise clean psyche. The mud is in the arm pits because you may feel that this change “stinks” and is “the pits,” so to speak.

But it seems you are beginning to clean up that attitude. At the end of the dream you are waiting for the placenta because in real life you are waiting for this change to be complete. The placenta coming out is the final phase of birth and I believe in this dream it means you are close to reaching the final phase of menopause, so hang in there. Just as giving birth is all about bringing a brand new life into the world, in a dream it is all about a brand new life for you!

Dreamer’s response: I’ve read your interpretation and it’s all true! I don’t want any more children, but do sometimes wish I could have another, and do hope for a end to this menopause — I’ve been going through it for nearly 10 years now and it drives me batty.

The male friend was quite stand-offish in my dream , like it was all matter of fact, he wasn’t happy but acted like it was normal to be giving birth on his sofa. When he walked back into the room he seemed almost disgusted that I was still there, and because the baby started crying he had picked him up and was rocking him to stop him crying and was fast losing his patience with the baby, so I told him to pass him to me as he needing changing — that’s when he passed me the paper bags for me to wash the mud off.

Your interpretation all makes sense: I want a new life, so to speak, and need to change , so this must be what the dream means.

My latest dream was once again about pregnancy , this time I did a pregnancy test and it was positive. I had a scan in the dream but the midwife said she couldn’t see the baby yet but that was early days and the baby would show itself when it wanted to. I asked if I needed another scan and she said, no, you will soon know if you’re pregnant or not. I walked away talking to my latest partner saying, I don’t know how I’m pregnant — I’m not having periods and you can’t have any kids.

Anyway, thank you very much for your feedback, I’d say you were spot on!

Visit Lauri’s brand new site,¬†WhatYourDreamMeans.com, for even more dream interpretations! If you want to be able to figure out your own dreams every morning, then check out her latest book,¬†Dream On It: Unlock Your Dreams Change Your Life, which will give you the tools you need to become a dream expert, too.¬†Check out all of Lauri’s books here.

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Dream Interpretation: I Kissed My Mentor & Now I Feel Awkward in Real Life

February 20, 2014

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Other people’s dreams are never interesting…except when they’re about sex. Each week, our dream analyst Lauri Loewenberg tells one lucky reader what their dirty dream means. Got a dream you want Lauri to analyze? Click here to submit it (18 and older only, please). This week, a reader asks Lauri:

I am in a relationship. Despite that, I had a dream, about my mentor kissing me. He is a colleague and a mentor. I can’t decipher the meaning. It was pretty intimate and now I find it a little difficult to face him in office. Please help.

Lauri:¬†Don’t you worry about this dream, young lady! It’s perfectly understandable that it would be difficult for you to look your mentor in the eye after such a steamy dream, but let me assure you that the meaning behind this dream is not what you think. In my practically billions of years of research on dreams, I have found that kissing in a dream can actually be connected to conversation in waking life. Just like kissing, it takes two mouths to converse. The deeper and more intimate the kiss in the dream, the deeper and more intimate the conversation was in waking life. The day before this dream do you recall having a meaningful conversation with your mentor. A conversation that perhaps brought you two to a deeper understanding of each other or that helped you to connect on a deeper level? All in all, this was a positive dream showing you that your communication is working well for you.

Visit Lauri’s brand new site,¬†WhatYourDreamMeans.com, for even more dream interpretations! If you want to be able to figure out your own dreams every morning, then check out her latest book,¬†Dream On It: Unlock Your Dreams Change Your Life, which will give you the tools you need to become a dream expert, too.¬†Check out all of Lauri’s books here.

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