What does it mean to dream that you are crying and sad? Is it okay to dream that you are crying and sad?
Dreaming that you are crying and sad, you will get help or help from friends recently, and your recent wealth luck is good.
Dreaming that you are crying and sad means that these two days are suitable for deciding some festive things, if you really have plans. These two days will encounter some happy things, go out.
I dreamed that I was crying and sad, and someone would come to ask you for help! In the days of cooperation, someone came to visit and came with a request! You are a sign, don’t just agree to it just because of face! Trivia is entangled in the fortune, and the promise will be You have brought endless troubles yourself! Do what you can, and know how to say "!"!
Dreaming that you are crying and sad, your behavioral fortune will decline. Your indiscretions are likely to cause trouble for your friends. think twice before acting
To dream that you are crying sad means that you are a bit old-fashioned in your life attitude today, many things are done step by step, and you will forget what you are doing. Income tends to increase through work/study hard work, but the recent earning is money, saving in expenditure, investment vision is a bit conservative, savings or funds are suitable for you!
Dreaming that you are crying and sad, you need to pay attention. It is likely to be excessive and the case is strictly prohibited to drive late. You know, test scores.
You will meet someone in your dream, and every time you dream about the other person, there is always some, always a little bit of sadness.
And this person is the person you loved back then, or the person you loved but couldn't.
Although sometimes you feel that you have forgotten the other party, but suddenly one day you dream about the other party, and after a while, the other party will appear in your dream.
You can't find the answer, you always feel that you don't think about the other party during the day, but you will dream about it at night.
There is a psychologist abroad, Renmeng made a study, the research shows:
Meeting someone in a dream means that this person misses you, because the two of you can sense each other, so it is said that two people will dream of each other.
, This is just a statement of this psychologist. Another psychologist summed up the following three statements:
Psychologists have shown that if you dream about the same person in your dream, it means that you miss him subconsciously.
The psychologist fell in love with a girl before. At that time, the two of them were in high school. At that time, the business was very busy, so the two of them did not fall in love, so that the two of them lost contact after they went to college, so I said it was just me.
Many years have passed, and many things will be overwhelmed by memory, so the psychologist learned to accept the reality, married another girl, lived together after marriage, and had two lovely children.
But in the days to come, psychologists will dream about the person they liked before, and they will dream about it after a while.
Sometimes it's because you miss the other person subconsciously, so it happens. Psychologists say that sometimes you are willing to face reality and face some pressure.
So I don't think about these painful things during the day, but at night, I relax, so I can be unscrupulous in my dreams, so I dreamed about the other party.
For example, sometimes we are very afraid that we will pass the exam, but we don't mention this matter during the day, we just talk about it in our hearts.
But at night, when we relax in our dreams, we will dream that we have an exam, and dream about how many points we have scored in the exam. This kind of psychological pressure is transferred to the dream.
Sometimes you miss someone, but you don’t let go of him subconsciously, so you will meet him in a dream, and you will dream of him, even if you don’t mention him or think of him during the day, but when you relax at night, he will see you again. will appear before your eyes.
Sometimes dreaming a memory, when you dream, you may dream that you and this person have been to a place before, you may dream that you and that person are doing something together.
Meeting someone in a dream means that this person misses you, and this person may dream of you.
When I was in college, I had a friend. At that time, the two of us were in a state of being unwilling to be friends and being lovers.
Because the two of us are from two countries, so although we like each other, in the end, none of us can confess to each other, because we know that there is no way to do it, because we have no future, even if we fall in love, in the end we still have to separate.
Many years have passed, and sometimes I would dream about the other party. Once I dreamed about the other party, but I didn’t expect the other party to send me a message the next day. I suddenly felt that there were many things in the dark.
It's the other party, you have a little bit of concern, and your other party still has a little bit of concern, at this time, that kind of feeling.
People often have a sixth sense. This is not a superstitious behavior. Whether it is a man or a woman, when you have a sixth sense, sometimes this sixth sense will appear in your dreams, and the other party misses you. When you are each other, maybe the two of you will dream about each other.
Yes, if there is too much repressed emotion backlog, the dream will guide similar information to construct a themed dream so that people can vent.
I had a dream when I was a child, I heard my dad upstairs nagging my eldest sister downstairs, and made a wheezing sound similar to asthma, I rushed down and cried, and then woke up to reality the moment I got up, But my mind stayed in the dream, and I rushed to the stairs with that inertia. Fortunately, when I was a child, I slept near my dad. I know if I talked in my sleep before I woke up, or if I knew it was a dream or reality. "Dad" my dad, When I realized it, my dad stopped me, and I was crying (at this time I knew it was a dream, but I couldn’t get over the emotion)
In the dream, my mother said to me that she didn't want me anymore, and then my father resolutely got in the car and left. Then I was so sad that I couldn't speak, so I could only chase and cry and cry, but I chased until I woke up crying.
[01 Philosophy Edition] This article is excerpted from "Dream Analysis (New Edition)", the Chinese version translator Sun Mingzhi translated the title of Chapter 3 "Dreams are Desire Satisfaction", this translation has room for discretion. The original text of this title is "Der Traum ist eine Wunscherfüllung", and the key is the word "Wunscherfüllung": "Wunsch" means wish, which can correspond to English "wish"; "Erfüllung" means realization, achievement, which corresponds to English "fulfilment", written by James Strachey Editor-in-chief of "The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud" (The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud), the title of the third chapter is translated "A Dream is the Fulfillment of a Wish". The Chinese translation of "Dream is the Satisfaction of Desire" is closer to "A Dream is the Satisfaction of Desire" in English. From Freud's concept, dreams are a manifestation of human desires. Dreams are born of desires, but dreams themselves are not Desires cannot be satisfied, so saying "dreams are wishes fulfilled" would be "dreams are wishes fulfilled". In addition, Freud's "wish" (German: Wunsch/English: wish) Hegel and Lacan's "desire" (German: Begierde/French: désir/English: desire) have, the former is close to our understanding of desire, tendency or ambition , the latter is a mirror relationship between self-consciousness (self-consciousness) or ego (ego) and others (such as "desire is what others want"). When we talk about Freudragone, we should Distinguish between the two concepts. The original translation is retained below, and readers can pay attention to and think about the differences between the above two translations when reading.
When we crossed a narrow road and climbed up to a high ground, the main road stretched in the direction, and the beautiful scenery was unobstructed. At this point, we can take a moment to consider what direction we should choose next. This is where we are now, because we have climbed the first summit of dream interpretation. This sudden discovery refreshed us. Dreams are not some external force-replacing the fingers of a musician-the chaotic sound of strumming on an instrument. They're not pointless, they're not haphazard. They represent a part of the mind at that time, and another part of the mind is still in a dormant state. On the contrary, they are purely psychic phenomena—desire gratification. They can contain a series of intelligible mental activities, they are the products of high mental activity. But as we rejoice in this discovery, a host of offensive questions ensues.
It is difficult to prove that dream manifestations are often undisguised gratification, and that is why the dream language is felt to be incomprehensible. For example, there is a dream, like an experiment, which can be aroused as long as I am happy. If I ate anchovies, olives, or anything too salty at night, I would wake up thirsty during the night, but would often be preceded by a dream with roughly the same content, that I was drinking water. I dreamed that I had a big bowl of cow drink, and the water tasted parched in my throat and tasted the sweetness of a spring, and then I would wake up and want a sip of water. This dream was caused by my feeling of thirst after waking up, which aroused the desire to drink water, and the dream revealed the satisfaction of my desire. So dreaming is the performance of a function – and this function does not conjecture.
I've always been a good sleeper and wake up whenever my body needs me. If I can dream that I drink water to quench my thirst, then I don't have to wake up to drink water. So it's a convenience dream, where dreaming replaces action, and it functions like the rest of life. Yes, my need to drink water to quench my thirst cannot be satisfied in my dreams like my Otto and Dr. M's thirst for revenge. But the two dreams have the same intention. Previously, this recurring dream had undergone some changes. I was thirsty before I went to bed, gulped down the glass of water on the bedside table, and a few hours later that night, I felt thirsty as hell, but not enough to get water. To get some water, I got up to get a glass from my wife's bedside table. So I had a dream, dreaming that my wife gave me a bottle to drink water. This bottle is an Etruscan urn I bought back from a trip to Italy. The jar was given away, but the water in the jar was so salty (obviously from the ashes in the jar) that it came over. We can notice that everything in this dream is arranged, because its sole purpose is to satisfy a desire, so it is completely egoistic. Coveting comfort and being considerate of others is often incompatible. Dreaming of an urn is another desire fulfillment, and this urn of mine is mine—just as the glass of water on my wife's table is out of reach. And this urn matches the salty taste in my mouth, it, I wake up from sleep.
A convenience dream like this happens to me. As far as I can remember, I used to work late into the night, and I used to get up in the morning, so I dreamed that I got up and stood by the washstand, and after a while, I realized that I was up, but at the same time I slept a little longer. A colleague of a doctor who snoozes like me told me about a lazy dream in a unique way. He lives in an apartment near the hospital, and he tells his landlady to wake him up every morning strictly, but the landlady finds out that this is not a job. One morning, when he was sleeping soundly, the landlady came in and shouted, "Mr. Peppy, wake up, it's time to go to work in the hospital!" After hearing the shout, he had a dream. He dreamed that he was lying on a bed in the hospital ward. On the hospital bed, there was a card hanging above the bed, which said: "Peppi H, doctor, twenty-two years old." In his dream, he said to himself: "I am in the hospital, so there is no need to go to the hospital anymore."— —So turned over and continued to sleep. In this way he stated his motives for dreaming.
Another example of a dream is to illustrate the effect of stimulating dreams during sleep. A female patient of mine had to undergo a jaw surgery. The operation was not very serious. The doctor asked her to wear a cold compress on one side of her face day and night, but she often threw it away as soon as she fell asleep. One day, the doctor asked me to give her a sharp reprimand when she threw the cooler on the floor. She replied: "This time I can't blame me, because I had a dream at night. I dreamed that I was sitting in the box of the opera house, enjoying the performance very happily. But Mr. Carl Mayer was lying in the nursing home, complaining in pain. Jaw pain. So I figured, since I don't have any pain, I want this cooler. So I threw it away!" The poor patient reminded me of the phrase some people sometimes say, "I gotta say I can think of something like this." A little thing." The dream represented this thing concretely. And Mr. Carl Mayer, whom the dreamer passed on her pain to, was an ordinary man among her friends that she could recall.
In some of the dream cases I collected from normal people, it can be seen that the desire is satisfied. A friend of mine found out about my theory and told his wife. One day he told me, "My wife asked me to tell you that she had a dream last night that she had her period. What do you think it means?" I guessed, this married woman dreamed that she had her period, which means menstruation stopped. I'm sure she wanted to enjoy it more before taking on the burden of being a mother, and it was a way of informing herself that she was pregnant. Another friend of mine wrote to me that not long ago his wife dreamed that there were some milk stains on the front of her undershirt, which indicated that she was pregnant, but not the first child. The mother is hoping she will be able to feed her second child this time with her first milk.
A woman took care of her child with an infectious disease and was socially absent for several weeks. When the child recovered, she dreamed that she was at a ball and met Alphonse Daudet, Paul Bourget, and Marcel Prévost among the people. They treat her kindly and funny. These writers resembled their portraits, except for Prevost, whom she had never seen before, and who looked like a…the anti-epidemic officer who had fumigated the sick children's room the day before yesterday, the first person to visit her in a long time. Thus the dream can be fully translated: "It is time to stop caring for the sick and engage in some recreational activities!"
These dream examples suffice to show that desire-gratification can often be understood in all kinds of dreams, and their content is often presented in an undisguised manner. Most of them are short dreams, and the dreams make a striking contrast, and it is mainly the latter type of dreams that attract the attention of the dream-student.
Nevertheless, we should stop and take a moment to consider these dreams. We might expect that we will find dream-forms in children, since the products of their psychic activities are certainly less so than in adults. I think that the study of child psychology contributes to the understanding of adult psychology, just as the study of the structure and development of lower animals contributes to the understanding of the structure and development of higher animals. It's just that, until now, very few people have actively used child psychology for this purpose.
Children's dreams are desire gratification, so adults' dreams are indeed dull. They do not raise problems to be solved, but provide evidence that dreams are essentially wish-fulfilling and of inestimable value. I have collected such dream cases from my own children's materials.
I am indebted to the trip we took from Lake Osi to the lovely country of Hallstatt in the summer of 1896. Because during this trip, I got two dream examples: one of the dreams was my daughter, who was eight and a half years old at the time. Another dream was made by her younger brother who was five and three months old. Let me explain that we lived in the mountains near Lake Osi throughout the summer of that year. In that season, you can enjoy the scenery of Dachstein. The Simone hut was clearly visible through the binoculars, and the kids tried the binoculars to see it—I don't know if they saw it.
Before we set off on our tour, I told my children that Hallshitat was at the foot of the Dakstein Mountains, and they were longing for this day to come. We Halshitat climbed up to Echintal, and the scenery changed along the way, which delighted the children, but the five-year-old boy among them got up, and every time he saw a peak he asked if it was Dachstein, and I Every time, he said, "No, it's just a hill below the mountain." After he asked a few times, he was completely silent, and finally refused us to climb up the steep slope to see the waterfall, and I guess he did. But the next morning, he said to me cheerfully, "Last night I dreamed that we were at the Simeone Cabin." That's when I understood something. When I first mentioned Dakhstan, he was looking forward to traveling to Hallshitat, climbing up the mountain, and looking at the Simeone hut in the telescope. But he found that others were always trying to get him off the hills and waterfalls, and he became disappointed and listless. This dream is a compensatory effect. I tried to figure out the details of the dream, but the content was pitiful. He just said: "You have to climb the mountain for six hours." – this is what someone told him.
A trip sparked desires in my eight-and-a-half-year-old daughter — desires that can only be fulfilled in dreams. We took a neighbor twelve-year-old boy to Hallshitat this time, and he seemed to have won the girl's heart with his handsome young gentleman. The next morning she told me the following dream: "Weird! I dreamed that Emil became part of our family and he called you 'Daddy' and 'Mother', and he slept with us in the big room like the other boys in the family Then Mother came in and threw a large chocolate bar wrapped in blue and green tinfoil under our bed." Her brother apparently did not inherit the talent for dream interpretation, but, like some experts at the time, claimed that the dream had no meaning. But the girl herself defends a certain part of her dream, and knowing which part she defends, can help us clarify the theory of neurosis: "The part about Emil being part of our family doesn't make any sense, but the part about the chocolate bar should make sense." .”
The chocolate bar part I understand, but girl mom I explained. On their way home from the station, the kids stopped at the vending machines they were used to buying chocolate bars wrapped in shiny foil. They wanted to buy some, but their mother made the right decision: their desire was fully satisfied for the day, and this desire might as well be fulfilled in a dream! I didn't see it myself, but my daughter rejected that part of the dream, and I could understand its meaning. I heard our dignified little guest beckoning the children on the way to "Dad" and "Mum" to catch up. The little girl's dream of this kind of kinship becomes a permanent recognition, and her feelings cannot form any other image of a partner beyond the scene in the dream, but can only be described in terms of her relationship with her brother. Why the chocolate bar was thrown under the bed, she might know the reason without asking.
My friend told me about a similar dream my son had. The dream was about an eight-year-old girl. Her father took several children to Dornbach on foot, intending to visit Laurel's cottage, but turned back because it was getting late. Disappointing the kids, he promised them to come next time. On their way home they saw a Hamio signpost, and the children asked to go to Hamio, but for the same reason, promised to go to comfort them another day. The next morning, the eight-year-old girl triumphantly said to her father, "Dad, yesterday I dreamed that you took us to Laurel's cottage, to Hamio." In her impatience, she fulfilled her father's promise in advance.