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Dream symbols - music
MUSIC IN DREAMS: Understanding dreams is not so difficult. In practice dream symbols translate into certain words within the English language. Music could tap into themes like "togetherness" and "harmony". Try to see how themes like this feature in your thought processes right now.
KEYWORDS LINKED TO MUSIC DREAMS Here is the full list of simple key words and phrases which link to mother dreams. Try to think which of these are relevant in your life right now. If you can think of anything then your dream may simply tap into that theme within your life at the moment.
- "create the right mood" (We put on romantic music to create the right mood with a new girlfriend or boyfriend. In your mind you may be wanting to create a certain mood. Romantic music could easily express a willingness to be romantic as you rehearse how you want things to go. Loud obnoxious music may show that you are rehearsing how you wish to disrupt everything.)
- "ideas which fit together and are consistent" (Dreams deal with creative processes in our minds. A dream symbol may be symbolic of how well your ideas are fitting together. Your dreams may therefore express your emotions and feelings about these creative ideas.)
- "rapport" ()
- "feeling welcome and happy" (Were you made to feel welcome yesterday? Do you want to make someone feel welcome tomorrow?)
- "getting along together" (Could your dream express a feeling of harmony?)
- "moody" "emotional" (Were you moody or emotional yesterday? Music often taps into our emotions so it may express a particular mood or emotion.)
- "dramatic situation" ()
- "everything that happened seemed to fit into the mood" (Film makers use music to convey a message. Our dreams use similar musical metaphors. Loud heavy metal music may be your minds way of saying "yesterday was a horrible day" whilst quiet music may express a feeling like "It was a good day")
- "creating a bond" ()