Psychiatrists often interpret dreams, but we will try to help you interpret your dream yourself in its psychological context, Ian Wallace, a psychiatrist who has interpreted more than 159,000 dreams during his 30 years during which he practiced his profession, prepared for you a list of dreams that are the most common and elaborated on their meanings and what you should do in a waking state after dreaming
In the first dream
You may see that you have found an unused room, the rooms of the house reflect in the dream different aspects of the dreamer’s personality.
So if you find this unused room in a dream, it often means that you are discovering in yourself a new skill that you did not pay attention to before.
What you have to do after waking up from this dream is to spend more time and intensify attempts to discover the talents that lie in yourself.
More likely here you will find more rooms for “different aspects of your personality” in waking and not just in dreaming.
In the second dream
You may see yourself unable to control your car, and the car here symbolizes your ability to make progress towards a certain goal.
In our daily lives we often feel that we no longer have enough control over the path to success.
When this feeling takes over you and materializes in front of you in the form of a dream, Dr. Wallace advises not to make any more attempts and effort to control the situation.
On the contrary, the psychologist believes that what you have to do is just relax completely and allow your feelings to lead you to the best path.
In the third dream
The person sees himself falling from a high place and this is an indication that the dreamer attaches himself while waking to a goal or dream and links his fall to the lack of fulfillment.
In this case, the psychiatrist advises the person to boost his confidence in himself and others as well and to allow the things he cares about most to pass peacefully.
The dreamer may see himself as a flying bird, and the ability of a person to fly in a dream in the language of psychology means that he has eased in his actual life the conditions and loads that were weighing on him, or that he has managed to pass responsibilities that were heavy on himself.
And in the fifth dream
A person may see himself as unwilling to pass an exam, which explains why the dreamer is a very critical person who always critically evaluates how he or she manages his actual life.
The real test in this case is to develop the ability to accept his skills, even if they are limited, and even to celebrate his achievements with these skills, no matter how simple they may seem.
Instead of holding himself accountable all the time.
But for the dreamer to see himself naked
In public places, it means that in his actual life he faces a situation that made him feel weak and ashamed, as a person always chooses his clothes to present a certain mental image of himself to the other.
If he suddenly strips off these clothes, it means that he is at the height of his weakness and confusion.
Although such a dream sounds very embarrassing, it also tells us that we need to open up to others and socialize with them in a way that allows us to show and even develop our skills.
And one of the strangest dreams
What the owner is unable to explain, is to see himself in a dream unable to reach the bathroom.
This in psychology has a strong indication that the person with a dream is not able to formulate and express his needs.
In this case, the dreamy psychologist advises focusing more on identifying and meeting his needs than on the needs of others to meet them.
According to Wallace, the fall of teeth in the dream
It has a symbolism derived from the symbolism of the teeth themselves and that reflects how strong and confident a person feels;.
Therefore, the fall of one of your teeth in a dream means that you are exposed in wakefulness to some situations that have shaken your self-confidence and may have uprooted it.
Here, the psychologist advises to immediately stop thinking about your inability to face these jumps
And by digging for challenging spaces within you to face the same situations with a different impression of yourself.
If you’re being stalked, it simply means that there’s a problem in your life that you want to face but you don’t know how.
It is a tremendous opportunity to re-diagnose your life’s problems and create ways you never used to solving them.
Experts say there’s a good reason why some dreams stay in our memories longer than others, which could be a sign that the brain is trying to tell us something important about waking life.
Water in dreams symbolizes emotions, so if we dream of drowning, it’s a clear sign that we’re making emotion-based decisions in our waking life.
The homes we might dream of represent our inner life, and if a dream home is damaged or destroyed, it indicates that we don’t care about ourselves and that our emotional health is at risk.
Airplanes, trains and cars:
If you find yourself in an out-of-control car in a dream, whether you drive it or not.
This suggests that events in your real life run the risk of spiraling out of control.
They can indicate out-of-control personality problems in life, so our brain warns us not to ignore them.
Death or illness:
Dreams in which you die can symbolize your desire to escape from life’s responsibilities and burdens.
If you dream of an accidental death, it may indicate the need to make changes – it’s a symbol of a new beginning.
Other scary dreams
If we dream that we are buried while we are alive, and we feel powerless to scream or breathe.
This could be a sign of “confusion or conflict in life.”
This motivates the need to find a way to escape the constraints and get a fresh look at the situations we live in.
The inability to move in a dream indicates that you feel suffocated from taking too much responsibility.
Or you are unable to express your true feelings.
Sometimes we have to make a decision to move forward, even if that decision we make in life is not perfect.
Farewell to loved ones:
Dreaming of the death of someone we love is very common and can also be comforting, for people suffering from grief.
These dreams suggest that life is not everything, and death may not really be the end of the world.
If you find yourself dreaming the same dream over and over again, this should never be ignored.
The brain uses repetition to tell us something important about personal growth.
The dream will be repeated constantly until we understand the message that the brain wants to convey to us.