What Does the Concert in Your Dream Mean?
The Dream Recovery System » Dream Interpretation
by James Cobb
1w ago
Whether you were playing in the band or you were in the audience, what does the concert in your dream mean? Only you can know the answer. We’ll help you discern it. Basic dream concert questions? How did you feel about the band or group playing? How did you feel about the music? Was it memorable? Did you know the band or was it some generic group? What was the reaction of the audience? How do you feel about that? Was there anything different or strange about the audience? If so, what was it, and how do you feel about it? Was there anything special about the stage or the venue? How about the li ..read more
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Put a Series of Dreams Together to Understand What’s Going On
The Dream Recovery System » Dream Interpretation
by James Cobb
2w ago
Dreams can scatter through a series of nights like breadcrumb clues left along a trail. Put together, and understood as a whole, they can offer you understanding about yourself and how you relate to the world around you. They offer a path to enlightenment about a certain area of your life. Superficially considered, the dreams don’t necessarily relate to each other. One dream, say, might be about some birds. Another dream might be about swimming at a beach. The themes of the dreams, however, are related. And there’s a lesson for you in how your subconscious expresses the dream.  Remember t ..read more
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What Do Transformations In Dreams Mean?
The Dream Recovery System » Dream Interpretation
by James Cobb
3w ago
When properly understood, dreams can transform us. But within the dream itself, transformations often happen. Dreams aren’t bound by the rules of the waking world. The Laws of Physics don’t apply. Dreams operate under their own laws. The first law is that if you can think it, you can dream it. The second one is that everything you dream about comes to you for a reason. Transformation dreams can be weird. A friend can change into a much-loved pet. You can dissolve into the Earth, becoming part of it. A stranger can turn into a wolf. If it’s possible to think it, in a dream, it’s possible to do ..read more
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What Does a Dream About War Mean?
The Dream Recovery System » Dream Interpretation
by James Cobb
1M ago
People dream about their concerns. When it comes to war, if there’s a chance that you or your country is going to be involved in one, it might affect your dreams. Usually, they won’t be precognitive dreams. It doesn’t pay to approach a dream about war that way. Rather, the purpose and focus of the dream will be “What would you/ should you do in this particular situation?” Or: “What is your subconscious trying to say?” That’s not to say that you’ll never experience something like deja vu or a heightened awareness in a given situation that ends up saving your life. Dreams aren’t meant to be take ..read more
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What Are Possible Meanings For Dreams About Car Accidents?
The Dream Recovery System » Dream Interpretation
by James Cobb
1M ago
Most people don’t have precognitive dreams. They may reel off an accurate prediction now and then, but that’s more of a question of getting lucky. It’s not useful if it’s not consistent. That doesn’t mean, however, that one can’t put two and two together and determine a likely result, a consequence. That’s not the same thing as being able to tell the future. That’s a function of plain, ‘ol unsexy logic. But when it comes to a nightmare about having a car accident, isn’t that a good thing? Crashing your car is expensive, often painful, and inconvenient. Not to mention deadly. Still, horrible as ..read more
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The Gist Of a Dream Is More Important Than Any Single Detail
The Dream Recovery System » Dream Interpretation
by James Cobb
2M ago
Sometimes you’ll draw a blank when you wake up and try remembering what you were dreaming about. Maybe you were woken suddenly and the memory of the dream shatters. Maybe the details were simply dim. Whatever the reason, you know you were dreaming and you’re coming blank. You might only be left with a memory of the central point of the dream, the gist of the thing, and not much else. That’s better than nothing. Don’t worry about missing any single detail that’s rocking tantalizing at the cusp of your memory and oblivion. Journal it anyway. Ask yourself why you were dreaming of that subject. Yo ..read more
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Why Do We Dream In Symbols?
The Dream Recovery System » Dream Interpretation
by James Cobb
3M ago
The human brain and mind have been compared to a computer. Understanding why we dream in symbols is easier when you consider computers. First, there are the parts of the computer you interact with. These include the keyboard, the monitor, and the mouse. In addition, there are the programs you interact with. This would include the graphical user interface (GUI). Microsoft Windows is an example of a GUI. Ubuntu is another example of a GUI for a Linux system. The language you speak is like a graphical user interface. You’re probably reading this in English unless it’s been translated. That means ..read more
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How To Dream
The Dream Recovery System » Dream Interpretation
by James Cobb
3M ago
When I was in school there was this kid, Dave. He remembered all of his dreams, so he said. They’d be crazy. They’d have monsters in them, people with no faces, and talking ducks. Every so often he’d keep us entertained before school and at recess with his tales from the night before. Sometimes his dreams would be scary. Someone without a face as might have appeared in Dave’s dream. Other times they’d be funny. They’d always be interesting. Part of it was Dave was a good storyteller. Part of was having the dreams themselves. I rarely remembered my dreams I was jealous. When I went to bed, I sl ..read more
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Character Transformations and Composite Characters: the “Barb Sanders” Dreams
The Dream Recovery System » Dream Interpretation
by James Cobb
5M ago
Anything can happen in a dream. Anything often does. One of those things that happen in dreams—unlike real life—is what dream researchers have come to call “character transformations.” In the collected dreams of a pseudonymous dream journaler whom Calvin Hall referred to as “Barb Sanders” these character transformations were fairly common. Hall estimated they occurred in 10 to 35 percent of dream reports, indicating that they’re more common for some people than others. In a character transformation, a dream character becomes another dream character. In the Barb Sanders dream journals, for exam ..read more
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Dreams of Ex-Husband Had a Pattern: “Barb Sanders”
The Dream Recovery System » Dream Interpretation
by James Cobb
5M ago
Part 1/6 Scientists who study dreams can know a lot about their subjects, especially if they interview their friends and family, and really “dive deep” into their lives and writings. Even so, they can’t possibly know as much as the person being studied themselves. This is forgotten and the study of dreams is misapplied too often. It’s well and good for scientists to study dreamers and their dreams but it can’t match the individual when it comes to understanding them. One of Calvin Hall’s dream test subjects used her dreams to gain perspective on her life, though you couldn’t say that she truly ..read more
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