I don’t know whether it’s a case that of the fact I am getting older, or the fact my dreams are not really that memorable anymore, but I do not seem to dream. However, when I do, you can bet your butt that they are vivid and slightly warped.
Many a genius plan has been formed off the back of one of my crazy dreams – the most recent dream I recall was action packed, with a baby shower for a friend and men in Speedos pretending they were rowing along a moving walkway. Really! I’m not entirely sure any plans could be formed from that particular dream, but it has stuck in my mind. I wouldn’t know where to begin with deciphering that particular dream, I cannot even say I had been eating cheese before bed!
What Do Children’s Dreams Mean?
Mini Me’s dreams generally involve walking the dog and her school friends, though last night she did apparently dream of swimming in a lake with her Grandma. I’m sure nearer Christmas, her dreams will involve a large amount of sacks of toys that she believes Father Christmas will be bringing her… is this where the phrase ‘keep dreaming’ comes into play?
I’ve never really given a thought to what dreams actually mean, however Adjustamatic , who have recently teamed up with leading dream expert Ian Wallace to help! The fantastic video, available to watch below, gives a wonderful insight into what children’s dreams actually mean. It turns out those crazy stories we hear about their dreams are actually have a lot of real life implications! Dreams can actually be described as being the ultimate selfie – in a dream, you create a far better understanding of who you are, in essence, creating a snapshot of who you are, what you want and what you believe!
Check out the video that the rather fantastic Ian Wallace and adjustablebeds.co.uk have put together here:
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