Scientific Dictionary of Dream Symbols

If you want to understand the meaning of your dreams and discover many things you ignore, not only about yourself as well about the entire world and your future, you have to learn the dream language.

Everything that appears in your dreams has a symbolic meaning. You have to try to understand the dream message based on the meaning of the symbols that appear in a dream.

Here is a short scientific dictionary I have prepared for you in order to give you an idea about the symbolic dream language that you have to learn by studying, the same way you learn any foreign language based only on words. The dream language is based on images, which you have to translate into words, so that you may understand all the messages of the unconscious mind that produces your dreams.

Thanks to my research and my findings continuing the research abandoned by Carl Jung through dream interpretation today we know that:

1. All our dreams have a protective character. We are protected from the wild side of our conscience, which is demonic and tries to destroy our human side.

2. Our dreams reflect the mistakes of our under-developed and one-sided human conscience, which is too far from perfection and balance and has to be completely developed.

Try to understand the dream logic, having in mind that your dreams are giving you information about the anti-conscience, your wild side, and basically showing you the mistakes you are making, so that you may correct your behavior and do only what will be good for you.

Here is a list with a few of the most common dream symbols and their translation:

Baby: It represents a sin, a serious moral mistake. The woman who has the baby in the dream is making serious moral mistakes in her life or will be tempted to make them in the future.

Death: Whoever dies in the dream is a part of the person’s personality that has the same characteristics of the person that appears dead. Real information about dead people in dreams is given only to those that are too attached with the dead person.

Lion: It represents a person that is too possessive and demanding. Your dreams will give you information about other people using animals to define their personality.

Snake: It represents a painful and difficult experience that will prevent you from repeating the same mistakes for the rest of your life. It works like the Divine providence, correcting what is wrong and giving another dimension to your life.

Spider: It represents a danger that you have to discover, an obligation that you cannot postpone, something very important that you have to do, otherwise you’ll be in trouble.

Teeth Falling Out: They represent a great danger: the dreamer is losing his or her psychical energy. In other words, is making mistakes that will cost them too much and put them in a bad position.