Dreams de­coded

Women's Health Australia - - LIFE ETC -

Anna-karin Bjork­lund, coun­selling psy­chol­o­gist, re­veals what’s be­hind those night­mares

You’re fall­ing

“These dreams tend to oc­cur when some­thing isn’t go­ing the way you planned and change is hap­pen­ing fast. If you land, it might help to ac­cept that things didn’t go your way. If you wake up mid-fall, it could mean there’s time to turn things around.”

Be­ing chased

“Ask if there’s a part of your­self you might be run­ning away from. Do you feel un­com­fort­able with how you re­act to cer­tain sce­nar­ios, for ex­am­ple?”

You’re naked

“Have you felt like you ex­posed too much of your­self? Per­haps you were shar­ing a story that was se­cret?”

Back in the class­room

“You might have dreams of be­ing back at school or tak­ing ex­ams when you are feel­ing un­pre­pared and in­se­cure. It could in­di­cate it’s time to get more fo­cused.”

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