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I am not pregnant and I am still single. I am going to be 22 years old this year. I have some nightmare dreams. I am going to tell you one. In this dream I was climbing on a building at first. Then a guy pushed me from behind and I started to fall. I can feel myself falling even though I am on my own bed. Most of the time I am dreaming of me singing on the stage. Other times I become one of the characters in my dream and at the end I get killed. Or I dream nothing at all. What does this mean? Am I seeing the future or Is it just my dreams have gone wild? Please reply to me soon.
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replied June 9th, 2015
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These are just dreams. They mean nothing. I often dream that I am flying by moving my arms.......I can feel myself jump off the bed in my sleep. So far nothing has happened. Just dreams. I keep the music on during the night on very low and I sleep better.
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replied June 30th, 2015
Dreams of falling are one thing nearly everyone in the world experiences, independent from heritage or society.

Nightmares can be really stressful and you can read a lot into it.....
but I imagine that there is a reference problem(s) in real life that is causing you to dream this specific dream about singing on stage. Maybe fear of failing or not being heard.


Read some Freud or C.G. Jung if you want to understand your dreams better, but don't take them literal or even as prophecies.

ps.: you can not not dream, you just don't remember them. that's something you can train by keeping a dream diary (wich is always a good idea if you are interested in your dreams).

Lucid dreaming, wich you can aquire through keeping a diary and other methods, also helps many people to be in control of their nightmares.
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replied November 27th, 2015
Well.......... You are right. I didn't remember dreams.Smile
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