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Dreams During Pregnancy Part 3 (Second Trimester)

During this part of the pregnancy is when the woman begins to get a sense of the baby as a real person, and the bonding process begins between the mother to be and unborn child.

Dreams During Pregnancy Part 4 (Third Trimester)

Third Trimester Dreams: In the third trimester, there are more specific dreams about the baby, a baby may tell the mother their name in a dream or a woman may dream about the baby’s sex.

Water Dreams

Water frequently shows up in our dreams and can have many different meanings depending on its form, clarity, etc. Water is the living essence of the psyche and the flow of life energy.

Recurring and Progressing Dream

If you have ever had a dream that kept returning sometimes night after night, then you were experiencing what is known as a recurring dream. This type of dream is actually fairly common. These dreams are communications from our inner self to our outer self as is the case with most dreams

Spider Dreams

Seeing a spider in your dream symbolizes that you feel like an outsider in some situation. Or that you might want to maintain your distance from an appealing and tempting situation.

False Awakening Dreams

You wake up and start your day make coffee fix breakfast get the kids up everything is just as it should be then the alarm clock goes off. You think is this déjà vu or am I caught in an episode of ground hog day, no you just had a False Awakening Dream Hypnagogia (also spelled hypnogogia). This type of dream is really classified as a nightmare and it can really screw with your sense of reality.

Mirror Dreams

The dreams mirrors are similar to the magic mirror in “Snow White” with the major difference being that the images reflected in your dream may be far more painful, accurate and honest.

Falling Dreams

Dreams of falling are fear dreams; they are very common and often occur during the first stage of sleep. That is because dreams at this stage are often accompanied by spasms of muscles in the arms, the legs or even the whole body. These sudden muscle contractions are known to science as a myclonic jerk. The dreaming mind can interpret these muscle spasms as falling, and thus incorporate falling into the dream state. Generally the dreamer is awakened suddenly in this type of dream by a sudden jolt. Some believe that this is the response of the dreamer trying to prevent their falling.

Dream Interpretation of Basic Dreams

There are plenty of places that you can look up the rules of interpreting dreams, but in this article we’ll be looking at a few of the more common types of dreams that people have and what they could potentially mean.