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Dreams: Meeting a Celebrity

A celebrity encounter can often be a very exciting dream to have, as it’s often wrapped up in feelings of admiration—especially if it’s a celebrity that you are a big fan of in your waking life. If this is the case, it is possible that this dream is the result of your desire to meet that celebrity in real life. Then, this dream can become a form of wish fulfillment. It’s common to dream about celebrity crushes if your waking thoughts are filled with them. However, a common interpretation of this sort of dream is also that the celebrity represents specific qualities that you want to grow in yourself. Think about the celebrity that you met in your dream, and what traits you associate with them. Are you in awe of their charisma, activism, or specific talent? What is that celebrity known for? Do you idolize that celebrity, and if so, why? Think about how you might relate to any aspects of that celebrity’s stage personality or career, since that is what will guide your interpretation. This dream may be encouraging you to think about how you can better represent the traits you admire in others.

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Your Body Has Become Invisible

Invisibility in dreams can reflect feelings of being overlooked in your waking life. If you have dreams in which you’re invisible, it likely means you feel that people in your life are not paying attention to you or acknowledging you. Don’t be afraid to ask people for what you need.

Becoming invisible in dreams can also be a sign that you are trying to avoid problems in your life—you try to hide as soon as things start to get tough.

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Blindness in Dreams

When a seeing person has a dream about becoming blind, it’s often a sign that there is something in that person’s life they’re avoiding or refusing to acknowledge. Maybe you are avoiding a friend because you are annoyed with them about something but don’t want or know how to confront them. Perhaps you witnessed something you knew was wrong but did nothing. Blindness may draw your attention to other senses, too, which could mean there is a circumstance you are involved in that is really about more than what meets the eye. Trust your intuitive senses and don’t take everything at face value. When one sense is lost, it can heighten others. For example, you hearing gets better which can open you up to experiencing the world in a new way. Take this dream as an encouragement to start perceiving things in a new way.

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Dreams: Losing Teeth

Dental disasters are ranked as one of the most common dreams. Your teeth might crumble to bits in your mouth, rot, or fall out when you bite into something. Most people find these dreams to be quite scary. There are a broad variety of interpretations, so it’s important to consider the events and circumstances in your waking life that might apply to these interpretations.

Teeth are a very noticeable physical feature that are often tied to a person’s attractiveness, which makes vanity one likely interpretation of this dream. If you’re losing your teeth, that can be a sign that you’re putting an emphasis on your outward appearance when you think about your value as a person. If you find yourself constantly worried about how other people think you look, remember that attractiveness comes as much from the inside as the outer appearance. It is not just the latest, greatest hairstyle or the fit of your new skinny jeans, your attitude and personality is a big part of your beauty, too!

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Dreams: You Are Missing a Body Part

If you find yourself looking down in a dream only to discover that you’re suddenly missing an arm, a leg, a finger, etc., that can often be a sign of some kind of loss in your waking life. Whether the dream involves the traumatic loss of a limb or its simply disappearance, the symbolism is deeply tied to feelings of abandonment, helplessness, and sacrifice. This dream can stem from a fear of losing something or someone important to you in real life. The body part lost likely connects to something you felt was a vital part of yourself that you aren’t ready to let go of.

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Movement Dreams: Airplanes

Airplanes are dream symbols that are often associated with journeys—sometimes spiritual, emotional, or literal. An airplane appearing in your dream can be a sign that you are progressing or moving up in some area of your life. It might also be a sign that it’s time to get a new project “off the ground.” If you’ve been sitting on any big plans for your future, perhaps it’s time to start putting them into action. This dream can also be about exploring your freedom and trying out new experiences. Pay attention to the state of the plane and how it could relate to events in your life. If the plane is delayed or stuck, it might mean that there is something you’ve been looking forward to that hasn’t become a reality yet or some plans that have been put off. It may be that you are afraid to take the next steps to follow through with those plans.

If you’re in a plane crash in your dream, that might represent a failed project or something you were looking forward to that didn’t work out in the end. It can also be a sign that although you have set high goals for yourself, you are afraid that your efforts will result in failure. Like falling dreams, this can also be a sign that you feel like you are losing control.

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Movement Dreams: Dancing

Dance is a way to express yourself that, in our dreams, can symbolize things like freedom, joy, and passion. If you’re dancing in your dream, your subconscious might be encouraging you to set yourself free and relax. Think about your waking life and what sort of situations might be putting pressure on you. If you feel like your individuality is being stifled or you are overwhelming yourself with too many obligations like school activities, work, clubs, etc., this dream might be your subconscious telling you to live a little. It’s okay to let go and let loose. Let your creativity flow —you will start to feel much happier once you do!

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