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Helping Your Child Get Rid Of Bad Dreams

Do your children wake up at night and want to sleep with you? This a problem that all perents face. Bad dreams, nightmares and even night terrors occur often in young children. What options do you as a parent have, to help get rid of your child’s bad dreams? We’ve asked parents and here are their most common suggestions.

PTSD Dreams A Living Nightmare

PTSD dreams are, in my experience, the most vivid dreams one can have. The dreams from PTSD are most often a reliving of the trauma as we sleep. The dreams and can range anywhere from a nightmare to a full on night terror. What adds to this is that we are powerless to stop the dream, we experience the helplessness, powerlessness, and terror which seem as real as the experience itself.

Demons in Our Dreams

Demons tap into a deep rooted, primordial fear – primarily the fear that some powerful, demonic force with evil intent could actually take over our lives, assault our bodies, and force us to do that which we would normally never do if in full possession of our faculties. Demons are different from ghosts or other supernatural creatures in that they are commonly associated with evil, specifically a kind of evil that represents that which is diametrically opposed to the Divine. Demons don’t simply want one’s body. Demons want one’s soul as well.

Four Things That Can Cause Nightmares

No one likes being jolted awake from a deep sleep, especially when what riled you up was an assailant, a zombies, killer cream puffs, or falling into pit of snakes. These bad dreams sometimes referred to as nightmares are not just frightening they are exhausting when they become reoccurring, and can disrupt a good night’s sleep to the point where it affects you waking life.

Nightmares – Your Richest Resource for Personal Growth

It wasn’t long before I noticed several large bugs crawling around. I tried to get rid of them, but the harder I tried, the more of them came out. Soon they were everywhere – spiders, huge bedbugs and ticks, centipedes, worms and quite a few things I’ve never even seen before. They were crawling all over everything, including me. I grew more and more distressed as I kept wondering how I was going to clean out these critters. At one point I thought of calling an exterminator. I looked into my wallet and saw that I didn’t have enough money for that. Oh man, what was I going to do?

The Haunted House Dream

Haunted house dreams are very complex dreams and not always as easy to interpret as other dreams. They are actually two dreams in one, a house dream and a ghost dream. Either of these dreams are rather complex on their own and have many clues and symbols associated with the interpretation of their meaning. For this reason I will be presenting this article in four parts. This, the introduction where we will discuss some psychological and spiritual thoughts, as well as things you should look for and remember about your dream. The house, different aspects and symbols and how they pertain to your dream. The Ghost that is haunting you in your dream, and finally I will present a couple of examples along with a possible interpretation

The House in Your Dreams

To see a house in your dream represents your own soul and self. Particular rooms in the house point to a specific aspect of your psyche. Dreams about different rooms often relate to hidden a region of the conscious mind and different aspects of your personality.

The Ghosts in Your Dreams

Psychological Meaning: The shadowy ghosts of your dreams symbolize those aspects of yourself that you fear. But it is fear itself that makes them frightening. Expose these dark lurking images into the bright light of day and you will realize that it is only your own fear that makes them nightmares. You must understand that there are many, different energies that make up your psyche. Your dream also reflects your own fears about death and dying. Freud thought that ghosts are actually the visions of people who are afraid of death. In this sense, the ghost would not be real at all but rather a projection of our subconscious mind.

Hunted House Dream Examples

The house is almost the same in every single dream. I am in a huge and beautiful old mansion.

Dreams During Pregnancy Part 5 (Nightmares)

Many women seem to experience a large amount of nightmares during their pregnancy, but are this normal? According to many OBGYN doctors is it very normal.

Sleep Paralysis Cures Fact or Fiction

Sleep paralysis is just one of those conditions that are easily overlooked, unless you have experienced it. Suffering recurring attacks of this condition, waking up feeling weak and tired over a period of time does take its toll and will without a doubt leave you looking for a cure.

Stop Having Recurring Nightmares

If your nightmares won’t stop after the translation of a few dreams, this means that you have a serious psychological problem and you need psychotherapy, translating the meaning of a series of dreams. In this case you will stop having nightmares after one or two months of psychotherapy.

Nightmare or Night Terror Do You Know the Difference

A night terror differs from a nightmare and can affect any age group (infants, toddlers, young children, teens and adults) although it is more common in children under 5 years of age.

Sleep Paralysis Medical or Spiritual

Sleep paralysis is a condition that occurs in the state just before fully awakening from sleep. The condition is characterized by being unable to move or speak. It is often associated with a feeling that there is some sort of presence, a feeling which often arouses fear but is also accompanied by an inability to cry out. The paralysis may last only a few seconds. The experience may involve visual, auditory, or tactile hallucinations.