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What Is The Meaning of Shared Dreams With Others?
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Don't ever think you're weird because you've had the same dream as someone else. About 1 in 1,000 people report the startling fact that they had a shared dream. The meaning of your dreams may differ from another person. There are so many types of dreams and the true meaning of dreams is highly subjective.


The phenomenon called “shared dreaming” is a startling experience, particularly if you've never experienced one before. One person begins to recount the sleep dream and the other excitedly interrupts the story. Identical dreaming most often occurs with spouses, siblings, close friends, parents, and children. These identical occurrences often happen the same night.

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Mutual dreaming is also a type of shared dreaming. Mutual dreaming involves group activities. More than two people have a challenge that is overcome in a dream state. The following morning, each remembers obstacles involved and their joint efforts for removing them. Snoozing while solving your problems is a great way to get into the unconscious—just by going to sleep.


Empathetic feelings must be a key factor in a shared dream. A close connection physically and spiritually is a dynamic needed for such a phenomenon, although I'm sure complete strangers with no personal history at all might have the same quirky occurrence.


I have encountered shared dreaming several times. It's always been with someone I had an empathetic relationship with. My boyfriend Frank and I had the identical dream. He was concerned for his children, as I was about mine. In our dream, we both were struggling to get to all the children across a body of water. They were in a sinking boat, needing to be rescued. We had no boat so we started to swim. Frantically, we felt we wouldn't reach them and they would all drown.


The emotional component of this dream was obvious. We were losing our children in real life through divorce and both felt helpless to save them. In all sleep dreams, water symbolizes emotion. The meaning of dreams with water is powerful. Frank and I were amazed when we talked about our shared dream. We felt as though our spiritual connection and emotional connection was deeper.


I think we’re on a threshold of something big with shared dreams. Now more than ever, the exploration into our dream state is being delved into and studied. I think our dreams have a holographic element. We're actually on another frequency and dimension. Whatever you experience—whether it’s mutual, shared, or identical dreaming—know that it's not weird, it's wonderful.

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By Aries, Saturday, July 12, 2008 05:40:09 PM
I never really believed in shared dreams until me and my girlfriend both had one, when she started quoting something that someone said, I recanted the whole quote and jinxed her. They're pretty amazing.
By dorothy, Monday, June 16, 2008 06:11:19 PM
my husband ed and i have shared the same dream too and it was we we're separted for a bit and we got back together and were very happy once again with our children ages 11 and 9 years and we have been working on our marriage and want to be together for a long time and i miss my husband very much and i do love hime very deeply and it hurts to be away from him this long period of time.
By April, Friday, June 06, 2008 11:48:28 AM
My boyfriend and I had similar dreams one night. In both each one of us was looking to buy a house, however, the difference was that he was looking with his brother/roomate in his dream and I was looking with him in my dream. I took it as a sign that he wasn't ready for the two of us to become a family together. Although disappointed, at least I knew where he stood in our relationship.
By carla, Wednesday, June 04, 2008 01:36:45 PM
wow.i have never had a shared dream about someone. i have dreams about a lot of peaple.but never a shared dream. oh well. maybe someday.
By Janice, Wednesday, June 04, 2008 06:50:46 AM
I have had a lot of dreams about my boyfriend. and he also had dreams about me. in my dreams and in his dreams, we left each other and we were in love with a different man and woman. it was really a very bad dream for us because in real life, we both love each other.
By Jennifer, Wednesday, May 28, 2008 04:14:40 PM
I have had the pleasure of experiencing a dream with my little brother when we where teenagers! It was a pleasant one with everything made of candy and just having pure and simple fun! I started to tell him about it and then he finished what happened to me it was remarkable. Then my cousin last year, same dream alittle different but we both had the color yellow in a important way in it. Never really figured out it's purpose,well to a point we did. I believe it is because we are so very close!!

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