Brother Laughing In The Entrance Of A Cementery | Dream Interpretation

The keywords of this dream: Brother Laughing Entrance Cementery


BROTHER

See “relative”... Dream Dictionary Unlimited

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BROTHER

1. Masculine characteristics of self (especially if a woman is dreaming).

2. Authority or repression (older brother).

3. Con­flicts (if arguing). ... New American Dream Dictionary

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BROTHER

This category in a dream includes, the grandfather, the maternal and the paternal uncles and whoever has a share in one’s inheritance.

A brother in a dream means having shareholders in one’s business.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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BROTHER

Symbolic of Christ, Prov. 18:24, other Christians, or adversity, Prov. 17:17... Christian Dream Symbols

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BROTHER

See family. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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BROTHER

In the case of a man, the second ego. You are dependent only on yourself; you walk unaided; or your masculine side needs to be strengthened. In the case of a woman: Strengthen your masculine side.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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BROTHER

see Family... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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BROTHER

To dream of your brother represents the bond that you share with him. Perhaps you know someone else who also has the same attributes or features that he possesses.

If you do not have a brother and dream that you have one, then this may indicate that you have to recognize certain attributes that you possess.

The brother in your dream may represent a very important relationship that you share with someone else.

A brother may also signify devout and inspirational emotions that you harbor.

It is also possible that you have trouble surrendering control and power to someone else.

To dream that you are mad or angry at your brother implies that you hold unresolved feelings of rage that you are hesitant to communicate... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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BROTHER

This omen depends upon the sex of the dreamer.

If a woman dreams of her Brother, it is a sign of much domestic happiness; but if it is a man, then expect a quarrel.... Mystic Dream Book

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BROTHER

If you dream of your brother, this can be a literal dream about him, the qualities he represents to you, or that which you project upon him.

If you don’t have a brother, this dream can be symbolic of brotherly love, being a “soul brother”, having a trusted bloodline with a man, or your connection to the brotherhood of men. See Family, Son and Boy.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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BROTHER

See family... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BROTHER

A brother can represent both feelings of kinship and of rivalry. In a man’s dream an older brother can represent experience and authority, while a younger brother suggests vulnerability and possibly lack of maturity. In a woman’s dream, a younger brother can represent a sense of rivalry, but also of vulnerability, whether her own or her brother’s.

An older brother can signify her extrovert self.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BROTHER

A dream about your real brother should be interpreted according to your real life relationship.

Dreaming of a brother you don’t have means you feel the need to express yourself more fully.... My Dream Interpretation

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BROTHER

The meaning varies according to context and sex of the dreamer.

For a woman it signifies great domestic security, but for a man it indicates family quarrels ahead.

An objective dream of unity between brothers is an indication of financial stability.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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BROTHER

Masculine part of self. Qualities in self you project on brother or brother figure. Perception of relationship with actual brother or person brother represents.... The Dream Books Symbols

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BROTHER

See Siblings.... Complete Dictionary of Dreams

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BROTHER

A dream about one’s brother or any other close family member is difficult to interpret because of the extensive shared history. One’s real-life brother sometimes represents the concept of brotherhood (fellowship, alliance).... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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BROTHER / SISTER

(1) If your brother or sister appears in a dream you have to decide whether the dream is saying something about your actual brother or sister and your relationship with him or her, or whether vour brother or sister stands in the dream symbolically for something else - some part of yourself.

If the former is the case, it may be obvious to you: recent encounters with your brother or sister, or some piece of news about him or her may be recognized as prompting the dream. Always be on the look-out, though, for those dreams where a brother or sister plavs a symbolic role. The dream source may choose its materials - its images - from your recent external experiences, but what those dream images represent is nearly always some part of yourself. So please read on.

(2) In early childhood a brother or sister is a natural object of jealousy and hatred. In the eyes of a small child the mother may seem to be favouring his or her sibling. When a second child is bom, the firstborn is especially likely to develop hostile feelings towards the new’ rival for mother’s attention and affection. Sometimes w’e carrv such jealous grievances (at an unconscious level) into adult life, w’here they continue to affect our behaviour and attitudes.

It is then imperative that w’e sort them out, face up to them, acknowledge them for w’hat they are, and so liberate ourselves from their damaging influence (see (3) below, second paragraph, on projections).

(3) An elder brother or sister (brother for a male dreamer, sister for a female dreamer) may represent your ‘other self (‘alter ego’), that side of your personality that has so far been neglected and undeveloped. Jung called it ‘the Shadow’’. We start adult life w’ith a self-image that is usually some sort of compromise between what w’e w’ant to be or do and w’hat parents or society at large seems to require of us.

If this self-image corresponds to our actual abilities, all may be well for a while; but a time mav come w hen wre need to give attention to other facets of our (potential) self. These other facets - our Shadow- - will show- themselves to us in dreams; and one form they take in dreams is that of an elder brother or sister.

People often project their shadow- on to a sibling of the same sex as themselves; and if it is not projected, it may express itself in all kinds of aw kward and embarrassing ways - astonishing rudeness, for example, or other antisocial behaviour. The contrast between your conscious ego and your alter ego mav be as startling as that between Jekvll and Hyde. Don’t be alarmed, though: remember alw-ays that your unconscious is vour ally - vour best friend - and even the most frightening or appalling things that reveal themselves in dreams as parts of vour unconscious are frightening or appalling, first, because of their unfamiliaritv and / or secondly, because, having been neglected and locked away in the dark, they tend to behave like a neglected child and mav become mutinous (on this phenomenon, see Demon). Pay proper attention and proper respect to them, and their threatening features will disappear; they will prove themselves valuable supplements to vour personal equipment for coping with life and achieving full satisfaction and wholeness. Introduce them into your consciousness, identify them and their needs, and give them a controlled and appropriate part to play in your waking life.

Incidentally, one test you can apply to check whether you have a neglected shadow-self is to ask yourself if there is some characteristic that you particularly dislike in other people (particularly your partner): a domineering tendency’, perhaps, or an over-liberal attitude, or whatever.

If there is (and of course you need a lot of honesty’ to admit this), then that characteristic is likely to belong to your shadow-self. We tend to project on to other people the dark, ‘nasty5 things that live in our own unconscious.

If something is going wrong in our life, we tend to put the blame on to other people, the government, or our parents; we look for some scapegoat to carry the blame. The blame, how ever, is ours, because we have not put our own house in order: we have not paid due attention to the demands of our unconscious and have not allowed our ‘other self proper scope for expression in our life.

(4) When a female dreams of a brother, or a male dreams of a sister, the brother / sister may represent w’hat Jung called the ‘soul-image’, w’hich is the masculine side of a woman’s personality (her animus) or the feminine side of a man’s personality (his anima). There would seem to be very basic differences between man and woman arising out of different biological functions (as well as less basic differences that owe their existence to social conditioning). There are w’hat have traditionally been called feminine qualities and capacities (such as gentleness, a caring disposition, creativeness, cooperativencss and relatedness, intuition) and, similarly, what have been called masculine qualities (such as aggressiveness and competitiveness, rationality’, and a tendency to analyse and look for differences). However, it is widclv accepted nowadays among psychotherapists that the male psyche also contains feminine qualities and the female psyche also contains masculine qualities, albeit often dormant and neglected, or repressed.

If you arc a man, do you admire the ‘masculine’ tv pc of woman? If vou do, vou may be in need of redressing the balance in vour psyche: vour feminine side

has possibly swamped your masculinity, and you now need to promote the latter. In your case, the anima will be rather masculine. This is just one instance of a general rule: the animus / anima will have the opposite characteristics to the conscious self-image.

Either male or female dreamers may find themselves in a dream in an heroic relationship to an anima / animus figure. A man may, in a dream, rescue a damsel in distress; a woman may waken a dead prince with a kiss. These should be seen as invitations to incorporate your anima / animus into vour conscious functioning, to rescue it from oblivion and neglect: to make Cinderella or the Frog-Prince your partner in life. Personal wholeness cannot be achieved without this. See also Cinderella, Frog, section (3), Marriage.

(5) A sister in a man’s dream or a brother in a woman’s dream may take the dreamer into some frightening abyss, to the bottom of the sea, or into a dark forest. This may represent the man’s anima or the woman’s animus leading the ego into the unconscious, to discover, for example, the deep emotional causes of a psychosomatic illness; the repressed rage that lies at the bottom of a chronic boredom; or the fount of energy or wisdom that can furnish a more fully satisfying existence. Literary and mythological representations of this can be found in the examples of Beatrice, who led Dante safely into hell and out again, and Ariadne, whose thread enabled Theseus to find his way out of the Cretan labyrinth after slaying the Minotaur. Both hell and labyrinths are symbols of the unconscious. See also Labyrinth, Monster, Underworld.

(6) Sometimes the anima / animus figure in a dream may appear in some way hostile or threatening. For example, in a man’s dream the anima may take the form of an enchantress, a femme fatale, seducing men into a lake or ocean. The watery depths may be seen as symbolizing the depths of the unconscious. The meaning of such a dream may be that the dreamer needs to explore his other - unconscious - self, despite (or, more accurately, because of) its frightening and threatening aspect. Water, however, is a symbol of the feminine, too. The meaning of the dream, therefore, might be that die dreamer is too heavily fixated on his mother and needs to liberate himself by asserting his masculinity and independence; in extreme cases the man might be in danger of being “possessed’ or ‘swallowed up’ by the feminine within his psyche. Such a dream may be, however, not a warning, but an invitation: the unconscious may be urging the man to get on better terms - equal terms - with the feminine side of his psyche. Give your anima / animus equality, and it will cease from its mutinous attempts to take over the whole of your psyche.

In the case of a woman, a dream may contain a male seducer: some Pied Piper animus figure. Again, the dreamer will have to decide whether such a dream is a warning or an invitation: a warning against being carried away by her masculinity (perhaps she has not resolved her early father fixation), or an invitation to discover and utilize her neglected masculinity. Commonsense and, above all, honesty should guide her to the correct understanding of the dream; and in any case, bear in mind what was said above about giving equality to the anima / animus.

(7) The unconscious compensates the conscious mind. It contains those qualities and capacities which the conscious mind lacks. In this sense it is the opposite of the conscious mind; hence its otherness, its alien appearance.

It follows, therefore, that the image that represents anima or animus in a dream may be the opposite of the psychological type to which the dreamer belongs. For example, if you are a woman of the intellectual type (i.e. if thinking is your strong point at the conscious level), your animus may be represented in dreams as a sentimental type (a romantic Don Juan, for instance).

If you are a sentimental woman (moved at the conscious level mainly by feelings - including moral feelings), your animus may show itself as a bearded professor or other intellectual figure.

If you are an intuitive woman (an artist, for instance), your animus mav take a muscular he-man form in dreams (the sensational type, functioning most strongly at the sensory level).

(8) If brother and sister appear together in a dream, this may symbolize either the tension of opposites, or the union of opposites. The opposites are the conscious and the unconscious contents of the psyche. Their union and interfusion are the means by which the self- the true self that is already within you but waits to be unfolded - is realized.

The appearance of this symbol will usually be an auspicious sign, meaning that, despite all appearances to the contrary, there is within you a latent and attainable order and harmony. But of course you - the conscious ego - must make that latent order real by paying loving attention to the needs of your unconscious opposite (like the prince who wakes the sleeping beauty with an embrace).... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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BROTHER / SISTER

In dreams, brothers tend to depict an aspect of yourself rather than the brother himself. They can also represent the characteristics you like or dislike about your own siblings and the dream may be telling you something about those particular characteristics in yourself. An older brother can represent experience and authority, whilst younger brothers can suggest vulnerability and, in some instances, immaturity.

If a woman dreams of a younger brother, it can express either her own or her brother’s rivalry or vulnerability, but if she dreams of an older brother, it might signify her extrovert self.

The sister in dreams usually represents the feeling, expressive side of your personality and you can make contact with that side of yourself by understanding your sister’s personality.

If a man dreams of older sisters, it can represent anxiety but also caring.

If the sister is younger, however, she can symbolize the vulnerable side of the male dreamer.

If a woman dreams of younger sisters, it can suggest rivalry, but if she dreams of older sisters, she may be concerned about her own practicality.... The Element Encyclopedia

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BROTHER AND SISTER

A fight breaks out among brothers or sisters: fortune strikes • You go separate way with your brother or sister: you’ll have a bad quarrel with someone ... Chine Dream Interpretation

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BROTHER IN-LAW

Having a brother in-law in a dream and particularly for someone who does not have in-laws means strength, peace and tranquility.... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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BROTHER-IN-LAW

The same as for Brother.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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BROTHERHOOD

1- Dreaming of belonging to a brotherhood indicates our need to belong to a group of like-minded people. This could be something in the nature of a trade union, or of the Freemasons. We all need approval from our peers, and such a dream indicates the way we handle ritualised group behaviour.

2- Any grouping of the masculine usually alerts us to the many sides and aspects of the masculine personality.

3- The Priesthood.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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BROTHERHOOD

See Secret Society.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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BROTHERHOOD

See freemasonry... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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BROTHERS

To see your brothers, while dreaming, full of energy, you will have cause to rejoice at your own, or their good fortune; but if they are poor and in distress, or begging for assistance, you will be called to a deathbed soon, or some dire loss will overwhelm you or them. ... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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CRYING / SCREAMING / LAUGHING

If you or someone else was crying, screaming or laughing in your dream, this may be a confirmation of how they are feeling in waking life. Similarly, if you woke up laughing, screaming or crying after your dream, could these vocalized emotions be expressing the happiness, excitement and sadness you are experiencing in waking life? Or were you crying for help or screaming in terror? Have you been repressing powerful emotions in waking life and did venting them in dreamland give you a sense of release?

Dreams of crying may function as a release for the sorrow or grief that has been holding you back consciously or unconsciously in waking life. Alternatively, such dreams may be an intuitive awareness of something ending or someone leaving in your waking life; or are your tears crocodile tears?

Dreams of laughing suggest a release of tension or an attempt to put yourself and others at ease. Depending on your feelings during the dream and on waking, the laugh may however be a sign that you are hiding the truth or taking things too lightly, as sometimes laughter can hide sadness and the truth. Bear in mind that laughter can also be a sign of contempt, and if someone laughs in your face, your unconscious may have used the archetype of the Trickster in an attempt to make you rethink something or reconsider your values. When the laughter becomes the kind of cackling associated in folklore with wicked witches and mischief-making, this may represent your inner voice questioning and ridiculing your pretensions.... The Element Encyclopedia

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ENTER / ENTRANCE

1- An entrance in a dream has the same significance as a door (see Door), representing a new area of experience, or the new experience itself. Such a dream often signifies the need to make changes, to create new opportunities, perhaps to explore the unknown.

2- When we need to be in touch with the hidden side of ourselves, the intuitive or more ‘knowing” side, and have the knowledge and ability to experience ourselves in new ways, we will often dream of a secret entrance.

3- Because of the symbolism of moving from the external to an inner enclosed space, an entrance signifies the Eternal Feminine.... Ten Thousand Dream Dictionary

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ENTER / ENTRANCE

Because of the symbolism of moving from the external to an inner enclosed space, an entrance signifies the eternal feminine. It can also symbolize a new beginning.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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ENTER / ENTRANCE

Psychological / emotional perspective: When we need to be in touch with the hidden side of ourselves, the intuitive or more ‘knowing’ side, and have the knowledge and ability to experience ourselves in new ways, we will often dream of a secret entrance, usually opening inwards.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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ENTER / ENTRANCE

Material aspects: An entrance in a dream has the same significance as a door, representing a new area of experience, or the new experience itself. Such a dream often signifies the need to make changes, to create new opportunities, perhaps to explore the unknown.

The entrance, often a door, gate or similar, will often open outwards.... Dream Meanings of Versatile

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ENTER, ENTRANCE

New experience or new area of experience. Secret entrance: an attitude or psychological stance’ which opens a new experience of self, or allows access to parts of oneself usually inaccessible. See door. ... A Guide to Dreams and Sleep Experiences

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ENTRANCE

How open the entrance is indicates how open the drea­ mer is. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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ENTRANCE

Openness. Sexual meaning seems apparent.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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ENTRANCE

Dreams of an entrance represents the beginning of a new chapter in your life, starting anew.

If you are making an entrance this is about getting attention and wanting others to notice you; a desire to feel important.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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ENTRANCE

An imposing or ornate entrance to a building signifies an underlying desire for greater security.

Take steps to achieve it by increasing your skills and/ or your knowledge.... The Complete Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams

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ENTRANCE

see Door... A Dictionary of Dream Symbols

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ENTRANCE (AS IN PERFORMING)

Often fear of success or a more generalized fear of failure (particularly when stage fright is part of the dream). “Where do I have to appear?”... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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ENTRANCE / ENTRYWAY

Entrances, as the name suggests, often symbolize entering into a new stage of life. Entryways into one’s home indicate entering more deeply into oneself. Entrances into caves, basements, or some other underground chamber may symbolize entering into the unconscious. Blocked or locked entrances may show difficulties or fears associated with entering.... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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LAUGHING

To dream that you laugh and feel cheerful, means success in your undertakings, and bright companions socially. Laughing immoderately at some weird object, denotes disappointment and lack of harmony in your surroundings.

To hear the happy laughter of children, means joy and health to the dreamer.

To laugh at the discomfiture of others, denotes that you will wilfully injure your friends to gratify your own selfish desires.

To hear mocking laughter, denotes illness and disappointing affairs.... Ten Thousand Dream Interpretation

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LAUGHING

1. A desire for release—sensual, possibly sexual.

2. Hu­miliation (to be laughed at).

3. Knowledge or “joke” not shared by others. ... New American Dream Dictionary

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LAUGHING

Laughing in a dream means happiness and joy in wakefulness, except if one bursts with a horselaugh or falls over his back from laughing in his dream.

If so, then it means crying.

If one’s laughter in his dream is caused by a joke, then it denotes his dishonesty.

The same goes for laughing by imitation in a dream which means falling into sin. Laughing in a dream also could mean sorrow in wakefulness. Laughing in a dream also means that one will receive news about a newborn son.

If one’s laughter in a dream is as gentle and soft as a smile, then it denotes his good character and means happiness, or it could denote exactly what he shall see in wakefulness. Ifone sees the earth laughing in a dream, it means a good harvest in that land. Ifone sees a deceased person laughing in a dream, it means that he is in paradise, and enjoying the blessings ofthe hereafter. Laughing in a dream also represents Iightheadedness, frivolity and buoyancy. This is particularly true when it denotes capable people, or people in authority, where laughing in a dream could mean their dismissal from office.

(Also see Crying; Laughter)... Islamic Dream Interpretation

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LAUGHING

Symbolic of God’s superiority over His enemies, Ps. 37:13. Laughing can also mean that you are filled with the joy of the lord.

If others are laughing at you in a dream it symbolizes arrogance... Christian Dream Symbols

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LAUGHING

Usually seen in a very difficult situation, where laughing is the last thing that you’d like to do. Laughing is a form of relaxation. Sometimes it is also an expression of the search for freedom and emotional peace.... Little Giant Encyclopedia

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LAUGHING

This dream depends on the spirit of the laughter.

If it is in pure fun, and not at someone’s discomfiture, it augurs freedom from worry.... The Complete Dream Book

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LAUGHING

To dream of laughing may indicate a buildup of stress or tension. Many people laughing is a message to give yourself a break and be a little more playful in your waking life. Someone laughing at you implies social anxiety and the need to be mentally kinder to yourself.... Dream Symbols and Analysis

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LAUGHING

To hear children laughing promises a happy time ahead.

If the dreamer laughs, it forebodes tears.... Psycho Dream Interpretation

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LAUGHING

Waking up laughing from a dream, or remembering a dream image in which you laugh unworriedly, is one of the most pleasurable sensation that the subconscious gives. Almost always it is a mechanism of compensation for moments of stress and anxiety. It could also be a reflection of your god sense of humor and mood in real life. Without a doubt, this dream lets you start the day with more optimism and happiness. When another is laughing at you it is possible that a part of your personality reproves your behavior when you are awake.

It is also a sign of the fear of making a fool of oneself.

LAUGHING - analysis of the dream

Joaquín dreamed: “It was a dream that I have very often. I explain a funny joke and begin to laugh alone without stopping. I am surprised by my ingenious and sense of humor and I take joy in it. Hahahaha... I am so funny! Then I wake up dying of laughter, wanting to share it with someone. Hours later when I think dying of laughter, wanting to share it with someone. Hours later when I think about it to tell it to a friend, it seems like senseless nonsense.”

Dreams of humor rarely make sense in the light of day. However, waking up laughing is one of the most pleasurable sensations that the subconscious can give us. In Joaquin’s case, these dreams served to relax the daily tension that he dealt with. As an air traffic controller, Joaquin worked under a lot of pressure, in which a sense of humor or distraction had no place. In the dream world, his subconscious displayed his fun and humorous side in compensation. When Joaquin has these dreams he wakes up happy and optimistic, facing his work day with less tension.... The Big Dictionary of Dreams

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LAUGHING / LAUGHTER

Laughing in a dream often has the same meaning as it does in ordinary life: namely, taking something lightly or putting others at ease. Alternatively, a dream laugh can be alluding to one of many idioms, from “have the last laugh” to “laughing all the way to the bank.”... Dream Symbols in The Dream Encyclopedia

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LAUGHING OR LAUGHTER

A dream of contrary, and it is especially serious if you Laugh immoderately or without good cause. Be careful with your love affairs for Laughter in a dream means tears and sorrow in your life.... Mystic Dream Book

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STEP-BROTHERS AND STEP-SISTERS

To dream about step-brothers and step-sisters suggests close male and female friends in waking life.

If you do not have step-brothers and step-sisters in waking life, this may indicate a lack of intimacy and connection in your current social circle. See also RELATIONSHIPS.... The Element Encyclopedia

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STEPSISTER / STEPBROTHER

Dreams of a stepsister/stepbrother signify competition for mother/father love, attention, and affection. This is a venting dream where you are releasing out your fear of scarcity, a lack of love, energy, attentiveness and attractiveness.... Strangest Dream Explanations

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