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Understanding Release Dreams
by Sylvia Browne

As we dreams, we have many types of different dreams. Understanding these various types of dreams is a profound way to discovering yourself.

Release dreams are usually the most confusing, chaotic, preposterous, and disturbing dreams we experience. They’re also among the most necessary, because it’s through our release dreams that we dispose of the everyday mental and emotional garbage we collect. Some release dreams are silly and worth only a good, brief chuckle when we wake up. Many more of them are nightmares that can stay with us for a very long time, since fear is such a strong emotion and hard to shake off. But without release dreams, including the nightmares, we’d all be either chronically stressed out or completely psychotic, so they’re more than worth the discomfort they often put us through.

This is a release dream I received from someone and is quite classic. I’ll use this as an example:

“I have three children,” Lyn wrote. “On separate occasions I’ve had dreams that each of them has died. Why would I dream about the death of the most precious people in my life?”

Dreams, or nightmares, like these are very upsetting, obviously, and they’re also very, very common. You’ve probably had your share of similar ones. I know I have. They’re not prophetic dreams, and they’re certainly not expressions of some terribly disturbed subconscious wishes. What they are – is a subconscious release of our “worst case scenario,” the most awful thing we can possibly imagine, so awful we refuse to let our conscious minds fantasize such a thing for more than a second or two before we force our focus onto something, anything, more manageable. What our conscious minds push away as quickly as they can, our subconscious minds keep track of and act out, not to be perverse and see how much they can frighten us but to reassure us that even if our version of “the worst” happens, we’ll somehow manage to survive it, emotionally devastating as it might be.

We all have release dreams. Knowing that what you’ve had is a release dream is quite helpful. Our dreams offer us wonderful insights into our own thoughts.


Sylvia Browne is without question, "America's #1 Psychic," an internationally known psychic and medium.

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By Dorothy, Thursday, October 23, 2008 12:24:53 PM
Sylvia, Thank you for helping me find MY spiritual path! I was raised in a fundamentalist Christian home. I always knew that it wasn't the path for me and rebelled around age 14. Having a very stern, God-fearing family, I was raised with G-U-I-L-T, (part of my family is Jewish)and shaking that guilt is something I still work on, at age 51. I keep having a dream that I'm very angry at mr parents and I'm an adult, living with my parents & sharing a bedroom with my sister, who currently, along with her husband are "missionaries", saving the Jews. I am moving out of my parent's house and keep looking for an apartment in the newspaper, but can't ever find a place to move. I am often confused as to why my husband and children are living in a different home & I can't find them. Why do I keep having this dream?
By Dorothy, Thursday, October 23, 2008 12:24:06 PM
Sylvia, Thank you for helping me find MY spiritual path! I was raised in a fundamentalist Christian home. I always knew that it wasn't the path for me and rebelled around age 14. Having a very stern, God-fearing family, I was raised with G-U-I-L-T, (part of my family is Jewish)and shaking that guilt is something I still work on, at age 51. I keep having a dream that I'm very angry at mr parents and I'm an adult, living with my parents & sharing a bedroom with my sister, who currently, along with her husband are "missionaries", saving the Jews. I am moving out of my parent's house and keep looking for an apartment in the newspaper, but can't ever find a place to move. I am often confused as to why my husband and children are living in a different home & I can't find them. Why do I keep having this dream?
By jill, Monday, October 13, 2008 08:54:27 PM
Hi Sylvia my sister Joanne keeps having this dream about a young boy called Daniel Morcomb who went missing in Queensland Australia a few years ago it is like he is trying to tell her something she gets street names along with suburbs she puts it down on paper but can't make sense of it. She really gets stressed out over it and wishes she could help him in some way or his heart broken family. She doesn't feel these are release dreams?
By Letesha, Wednesday, October 08, 2008 11:47:13 PM
hi sylvia, I love what you do but I need to know if I am or was a bad person in a past life. I get very sick when I think about child malestation, but I have dreams about my one child being malested all the time and it makes me feel sick and unsafe about her. I wonder is it a sign that I need to watch out for her because I have three and dont remember any dreams about the other ones? I do not want something to happen right under my eyes when I talk about other people who don't protect their children.
By Betty, Sunday, September 14, 2008 04:59:54 PM
While I was pregnant with my third son, every night I had the same dream. I dreamt that I was in my kitchen when a strange man (I saw his face, which is unusual in my dreams) broke out the glass in the back door with a gun, and was reaching inside to unlock the deadbolt. I ducked behind the island to call 911, but the phone lines were cut. I begged him, then, to not hurt me because I was pregnant, but all he would saw was that "it has already been paid for". Night after night I had this dream, until I was afraid to close my eyes. I began to sleep with my youngest son, needing the comfort of another person. (I was single, and my baby's dad had left me). Finally one night I was in bed with my youngest son, and dreamt that I awakened in my son's room, and looked into the doorway, and the strange man was silhouetted in the doorway, holding a gun. In my dream, I pulled out a gun (I have never owned one) and shot him. It was the last dream that I ever had about it. I think that my mind needed resolution and release, and found a way to do that.
By brittany, Saturday, September 13, 2008 03:52:15 PM
hi sylvia. my mom was murdered 2 years ago by her husband of 14 years. a man a called dad. i still have these dreams where everything is normal except i know what happened. she is alive and well in my dreams and it seems as if nothing is wrong. are these also release dreams? another thing. i also have dreams where my mom is alive and everything seems normal like the other dreams only when we are alone in the dream she tells me i have to do something about him. i have to get justice. and sometimes she even asks me "what are you gonna do about court? we have to do something." are these also release dreams?

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