Dreaming of Recurring and Repetitive Stories


You suddenly find yourself at your desk, trying to locate your pencil to complete your test and you break into sweaty palms as it’s just an issue of time until you are required to submit your essay. The clock is is going by as you have 10 minutes to finish and you have just begun writing your exam. Your heart is racing, and your hands are feeling numb because that you will be unable to pass the exam.

Do you recognize this dream? Recurring dreams are very common and can occur over an extended or short time throughout your life. They can occur in the early years of your childhood, or suddenly appear when you are an adult. The unpredictability of a dream that is recurring can occur every week or every month or perhaps several times throughout the year.

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Recurring Dreams

You might have had a specific dream many occasions before the dream finally shook you from your sleeping position in the night. The reason it appears to be more intense and vivid is because the dream is desperate for your attention. The dream is your daily reminder that you’re not paying attention to the issue that has caused an imbalance.

Refraining from recurring dreams from occurring is a thrilling task because you get the chance to confront your demons head-on. Are you ready for the task? I am confident that when you have decoded your dream you’ll take a huge burden off your shoulders. It is possible to go deeper into the subconscious areas of your mind since you’re now just at the top of the Iceberg.


Common Recurring Dreams


How To Stop Recurring Dreams

Step 1: Befriend Your Nightmare

As bizarre as it may sound, the recurring dream you have is trying to assist you, if you decide to pay attention. It’s like your personal, psychologist or wise friend trying to tell that you’re disregarding in your daily your daily life.

Refusing to dream makes your subconscious want to pull your softball skills and take you to an arena of the highest level. The subject of your dream will only get more dark, the mood and mood will be anxious, and each object will become more vibrant. You’re now a puppet being pulled by the string of anxieties and anxieties.

Article: How To Befriend Your Unconscious Mind

Sun Tzu was a writer and philosopher who once said “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles”. This is the case with your frequent dream , and to comprehend it, you must be aware of your hidden fears and idiosyncracies.

Imagine that you were in blindfolds and in a pool, and you wake up as your subconscious attempts to tell you in the direction you should follow. The dream that keeps repeating itself because you’re unaware of the directions and you keep falling into the water.

How do you prevent the recurring dream from happening? The next step is to comprehend the language the dream is speaking for you.

Step 2: The Forgotten Language

The symbols we see in our dreams are often symbolic and relate to your personal life. For example the symbol of the image of a car could be an image of your journey or driving experience in life or a butterfly could represent an individual transformation because of the metamorphosis stages. Additionally, by approaching the dream in a metaphorical way, you’ll observe a pattern that resembles the unconscious thoughts or feelings that are related to a specific issue.

Learning a new language may be a bit complicated and time-consuming, but learning how our dream communicates with us isn’t as hard as we imagine. But your dream isn’t going to be able to write it down for you in a snap and you must be prepared to spend time to understand it.

A dream dictionary can provide you with an idea of which root the issue is originating from. They usually provide clues to extract the most significant symbols of your dream.

The advantage of a recurring dream is the vivid display of emotions, symbols as well as the people in your vicinity. These clues aid in putting the pieces of the dream together.

Step 3: Tracing Back Your Steps

This is among the most crucial steps in stopping your dream that keeps coming back. Most likely, you’ll be capable of tracing back the moment when the dream began to manifest within your own life. If, for instance, you continue to experience a repetitive dream that began to occur 3 years back, then you must go back to the time when it began.

In the course of your life, something tragic occurred that you hidden away in the dark areas of your mind. The emotions have turned into a monster that wants to let it go.

  • The death of one of the family members
  • Break ups
  • Relationships
  • Careers or jobs

Step 4: Personal Reflection

After you have collected the entire dream-related information you must then use it in the context of hidden problems within your life. This is the stage that can be the most difficult because you have to examine, acknowledge and accept the flaws in your character.

  • Uncertainty or not being accepted
  • A memory from the past or an experience that is haunting you (example bullying)
  • In a state of fear, you are unable to confront your fears and anxiety
  • Fearful of failing or not getting to the next level in your life.
  • A traumatized childhood.

We have mentioned that your goal isn’t to harm you, but rather to assist you. It is advised to shine a spotlight on the dark areas that you experience, the emotions and emotions you tend to keep from.

For some, their goals can go all the way back to childhood. The majority of us are affected by childhood traumas that hinder our progress towards becoming an adult fully integrated. It is commonly referred to as the Inner Child which needs to be saved.

Step 5: Ask A Dream Professional For Help

When it comes to understanding your dreams, it can be an overwhelming task. It’s like figuring out the subconscious mind is trying to tell you about. One of the free services offered by Dream Dictionary is thorough analysis of your dreams in our active Live Chat. Within 24 hours, your issue could be resolved.

Recurring Dream Facts

  1. Recurring dreams are usually experienced during REM sleep.
  2. Recurring dreams are the unconscious brain telling our body that we need to “wake up” and address the issue.
  3. They convey a crucial message.
  4. Sometimes, they appear in nightmare dreams.
  5. It is very common for everyone to get one.
  6. The trigger is stress-inducing events in our lives.
  7. Some are positive while others are negative dreams.
  8. Once you have identified the root cause of the problem, the dream will never come back.


How to Remember Your Dreams

A lot of people struggle to recall their dreams due to a lack of recall for dreams. They’ll be able to say “I was having a test and I wasn’t prepared”. The biggest problem in trying to repair your Recurring Dream is trying to recall it. It is estimated that we lose 90% of our dreams the moment we get up, which is why it’s crucial to keep your dream in mind when you wake up.

The art of remembering your dreams takes some time but it can be accomplished quickly. It is recommended to keep a dream diary in your pocket or any other device that can keep track of your dreams. Remember that we lose 90 percent of our dreams within within the first minute you wake up.

Recurring Dreams: Personal Journal

Keep a journal of your dreams the next time you have an recurring dream, to make your life somewhat easier. Write down every detail of your dream, even if you may not think it’s that crucial.

The recording of your dreams offers you the chance to unlock the doors to your mind that has not been explored before. In this life, you’ll discover the limits of your capabilities as well as the deepest fears you have.

Be aware that you are in essence examining yourself. “To know thyself is the beginning of wisdom”. The famous quote is frequently associated with Socrates. However, how does this relate to my own dreams?

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Mia Harper
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Through SoulPulse I’ve connected with many many like-minded travelers, and I’m eternally grateful for all the symbols and synchronicities my guardian angel and related entities have shown me. If it wasn’t for them, I wouldn’t be where I am now.

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Love & Light,
Mia