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Anonymous asked in Social ScienceDream Interpretation · 7 years ago

My dreams always consist of 3 scenes I'm either on a highway or surrounded by water or getting chased by a?

Monster in my case for some reason always Michael Myers. For a very long time that's how my dreams have been and they're always very detailed. Can anyone explain this? Also 2 weeks ago I had a dream where I was on the highway and it merged into the water. And last night In a nightmare where I was being chased i actually finally killed the bad guy. Maybe I'm just rambling but for some reason I feel my dreams mean something. Anyone have some insight ?

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago
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    Hello,

    As you in the search for the answer, so be kind and read all about symbolism of your dream's key symbols.

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    I'm sure this probably isn't the answer you wanted, but your dreams probably don't mean anything! Those are very common dreams to have and even though they can make your heart beat fast at the time, it won't last. The Michael Myers dream shows that you have a subconscious fear of being "next". The highway/water dream, I'm sorry, but I have no idea what that means. Probably just one of those dreams that our minds just make up! It doesn't really show anything from what you described, but I'm sure that's not the whole dream! If it was one of those dreams where you couldn't stop driving and you were about to drive right in the water and drown then wake up in a cold sweat with a chart breaking pulse, those dreams are actually the most common. You're adrenalin gland probably just needed a little boost, causing the dream!

    Source(s): Dream entusiast
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