Dreams of new beginnings and abrupt endings have been coming in for months and still seem to haunt many of us. The amount of dreams that I received in the last week alone indicate many are still uncertain of their future and are looking to dreams to help guide them. This is admirable in my eyes. I am a strong believer in searching within to find our answers, and our dreams are invaluable when it comes to this information.
Dear Dream Retriever: I had a dream my fiancé and I had a baby boy. The baby was so adorable and amazing but shortly after, a car crash happened. The baby didn’t die but disappeared from my dream. — L
Dear L: The baby boy represents a new-found knowledge, which would indicate that you recently received some news or information. However, the car crash and the baby disappearing are indications that what is driving you through life has crashed or is on hold. This is a representation of a stagnant part of your life right now. The knowledge you received is not gone or dead, it is just on hold and you can’t currently use it to your advantage, as you had hoped — not now anyway.
Dear Dream Retriever: For the last few days, my dream is repeating and I don’t understand so I am writing in. In my dream, I am alone and I just had a baby. (I am not pregnant or married but have a boyfriend.) The baby is a boy, and I am holding him in my arms. The door opens to my room and I look up to see who it is. Suddenly, I look down and the baby is gone. What could this mean? It was terrifying, and although I am not ready for a child, the dream really shook me. Repeating means missing something, right? — Karen
Dear Karen: Yes, a repetitive dream means you are missing the meaning.
You are holding in your arms a new-found knowledge that will bring you happiness and joy. You are alone with the baby, which would indicate that this knowledge came from you, and that you are responsible for it moving forward. The door opens, and the baby is gone: This is projecting your fear that when you can finally pursue what it is you want, it will be too late. Keep the faith.
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