The vast majority of our dreams contain messages that are ultimately trying to teach us something about ourselves. As we get on with our everyday lives, we often forget about our dreams, so their immediate significance gets lost.
Recurring dreams, however, carry a message that is so important that it needs to make a significant impact on the dreamer. The repetition of these dreams forces you to pay attention to them, willing you to listen to the messages within.
Such dreams are very common, and can be quite intense and frightening for some. Recurring dreams often have an emotional trigger, perhaps a certin life situation or suppressed fear or anxiety.
The frequency of recurring dreams can be extremely varied, anything from once a day to once a month is considered normal, but the content of the dream does not change much at all.
The patterns that occur in recurring dreams can be very revealing, often connecting to a particular weakness, or the inability to be able to cope with a situation in your life – past or present. Such dreams could also address issues with conflict and of a current situation in your life that is unresolved.
Understanding a recurring dream does offer valuable insight into what your worries are, and can help you to make relevant changes to relieve any problems.
Confronting the issues that this type of dream is raising, and listening to what it is trying so hard to tell you, is the only way to bring it slowly to an end.