Entry: :: All About Dreams :: Monday, October 04, 2010



I was supposed to write this entry since last Friday but time envied me more. I do have high respect for bloggers who managed to update their blogs daily, especially working mothers. How do you still manage to do it, eh? I'm a working wife with a cat and yet I couldn't find the time to write although I really wanted to. Do share me the tips please to split time between working, hubby, chores, cooking, manage children (for my case, pet) and blogging.

I wanted to write about dreams because I had a very bad dream last Friday nite. I don't want to share what it was about but I didn't like it and it did affect my emotion on the other day. The feeling; the hatred and frustration was so real and I thank God it was just a dream. One interesting thing I wanted to share is the venue of that dream, which was happened in my old neighbourhood.

Telling you the truth, dream is always part of my sleep. Whether I like it or not, I frequently dreaming, sometimes everyday or every other day or at least once a week. Amazing enough, I usually remember what I dreamt the night before as if they were for real and somehow I just realised that they usually happened at similar venues, either my old neighbourhood like what I had on Friday night or my late grandparents' house. It is still a big question mark though because I rarely visited both places, in fact haven't been to my late grandparents' crib for several years already since my grandma passed away. Yet they keep on 'coming' in sleep although the people, subject and event were differrent. Presumably enough places where I spent most of my childhood were the strongest memory I have in my head, huh?

Dreams are usually known as devil's play. Sometimes we dream about what had occured or talked about during the day and sometimes they just came out of nowhere. The 'actors' may be people we always see in real life, someone we always think about, someone we never knew or even someone who we haven't met for years... weird isn't it? I don't normally search for meanings of my dreams because they usually about real life scenarios. During World Cup in 2006 I dreamt about meeting Cristiano Ronaldo in a stadium and wanted to take a photo with him. Just in time, after asking for his permission I was woken up by my sister... and I still remember that until today (hehe).

I hardly get 'artistic' dreams like flying or bitten by snakes, etc that usually being interpreted to something else. But since I was a bit disturbed by the bad dream that nite, I urged myself to search the net and found this website named Kamus Mimpi.com. The website contains various types of dreams, organized in alphabetical order with their meanings. Some of the dreams are just weird like planting onions, looking at your own leg, watching people planting tea, becomes a waiter, becomes crazy... OMG who had those kind of dreams??? but they are listed there and come with their own meaning.

I believed many people are interested to know what their dreams mean. Well, help yourself here and perhaps you could find the answer. Please note however that you should not be obsessed with the meanings because only God knows the real reason and what they are for. As for me, Kamus Mimpi eased my feeling and at least stopped me from thinking nonsense because apparently my bad dream eventually comes with a positive meaning. Wallahualam.

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