What are giving dreams about?
This symbol is identified by words like loan, offer, bestow, etc.
Giving in dreams is a very common dream symbol, occuring in about 15% of dreams. That's about 1 out of every 7 dreams.
What are the major highlights of giving dreams?
Giving is a very interconnected dream symbol. Having giving in a dream substantially changes the nature of the dream.
Giving dreams are friendly
Dreams of giving have greater increase of friendly interactions within the dream than most other dream symbols. While not all dreams of giving will be friendly and they can also contain aggressive interactions, dreams of giving are more likely to have friendly interactions than most other dream symbols. Other symbols that are like this include bandits, librarians, toys, lobbies, coaches, greeting, enemies, trespassing, thinking, and communicating.
What symbols more present in dreams of giving?
Giving dreams are notable because they have substantially more giving birth, pregnancy, medicine, purse, characters, Cameroon, emaciation, finding money, movement, obeying, greeting, money, wallets, communicating, abortions, accepting, keys, Somalia, Laos, snack, general movement, embracing, nurses, scarves, speaking, beggars, candy, revenge, service workers, numbers, joy, general thinking, ovations, food in general, lips, calendars, compensation, employees, things, students, gems, lobbies, going, Lebanon, adoptions, conferences, welcoming, paying attention, innocence, distant people, caesarean sections, arriving, hunger, entrances, planning, Kuwait, socks, drugs, lawyers, and rage than 95% of other dream symbols.
What symbols less present in dreams of giving?
Giving dreams are notable because they have substantially less recurring nightmares, recurring dreams, paralysis, teeth falling out, tsunamis, giving, verbs, friendly interactions, sleep paralysis, scorpions, spiders, objects in space, lions, snakes, octopus, nightmares, Bolivia, calluses, collective unconscious, pheasants, Ecuador, Algeria, Estonia, nuclear bombs, pythons, being shot, lucid dreams, the night, sharks, opened my eyes, mirror, dream within a dream, bedrooms, tornados, childhood homes, donkeys, floating, trying to scream, sleeping, acne, wolves, the sky, flying, hit the ground, wildfires, the moon, submarines, teeth, fear, foxes, couldn't open eyes, insects, seeing a dead pet, and crushes than 95% of other dream symbols.
How does the dream symbol of giving affect the different aspects of a dream?
Explore different elements related to dreams of giving
Who is in giving dreams?
Overall, dreams with giving are aren't really related to characters in dreams. Specifically, dreams of giving are more related to different roles, more related to distant people, and more related to close people than dreams in general.
What are the emotions in giving dreams?
Overall, dreams with giving are more related to emotions in dreams. Specifically, dreams of giving are more related to happiness, more related to sadness, and more related to grief and sorrow than dreams in general. They are less related to fear.
Grief and sorrow
Who is in giving dreams?
Overall, dreams with giving are less related to places in dreams. Specifically, dreams of giving are more related to home and more related to work than dreams in general. They are less related to natural places.
What happens in giving dreams?
Overall, dreams with giving are aren't really related to events in dreams. Specifically, dreams of giving are much more related to friendly interactions and more related to sex than dreams in general. They are less related to disasters.
How do giving in dreams related to other dream phenomenon?
Overall, dreams with giving are aren't really related to dream events in dreams. Specifically, dreams of giving are more related to waking life than dreams in general. They are less related to recurring dreams.
How can you make sense of giving in dreams?
Giving dreams are very common. Among other things giving dreams are very postively interconnected and friendly.
Do you think this is true for your dream of giving? How might your dream of giving be different?
All dreams have meaning
You can gain insight from thinking about any dream, no matter how strange. Only you, as the dreamer, have final say on what your dream may or may not mean. Each dream is unique.
Look for the differences
The DreamWell dictionary provides information on how each dream symbol appears in dreams in general. Finding how experience giving in dreams can be a key to understanding its meaning.
Return to the feelings
Our emotions in dreams can help us understand its meaning. Pay attention to how you felt in the dream. Pay attention to how you feel about giving in dreams. See how you feel about giving now, in your waking life.
Examples of dreams of giving
Read some real dream reports of giving dreams.. These real life dream reports come from the moderated dream sharing communities of Reddit including r/Dreams, r/Nightmares, r/DreamInterpretation, or r/thisdreamihad. Please note that some of these may contain graphic, sexual, or violent images and text. Use the source link for each dream to view and join the discussion of each one.
Dreamt I had a daughter - I'm 27, male and single.
I don't remember the first part of the dream only what it led up to, where I'm being introduced to a daughter I never knew I had for the first time, if I had to guess she's something in between 6 to 10 years old, not sure.
in the dream, I kneel in front her, tell her I'm her Dad and she doesn't say anything but gives me a big hug, I then burst into tears.
I woke up pretty much then, feeling an immense sense of loss, it feels like I was gives something wonderful and then had it taken away.
Anyone else have anything like this? I feel like I'd rather have had a nightmare than something that leaves me feeling depressed.
I don't remember the first part of the dream only what it led up to, where I'm being introduced to a daughter I never knew I had for the first time, if I had to...
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Super creepy lucid dream in where a man tried to prove the dream world was real.
It started with me at a crossroad, I tried to make cars collapse using telekinesis after finding out I was dreaming. Nothing worked. The strangest thing was that I could use my imagination, visualize things in my head, and then come back to the dream. That's how "stable" it was.
At one point, I encountered a man who wore a black jacket, and had thin black hair. He told me this dream was real.
I sighted heavily. "This can't be real!", I let out.
"Oh really? Well how about I prove it to you?" the man said with a grin.
"I will translate any given word or sentence to French, I assume you don't know any French... You can check Google Translate to see if it's correct when you wake up.", the man added.
I started thinking. What could be a real good torture test here?
"Hmm, I have been to France many times..." I said. "I'm afraid I might've subconsciously seen the word, and it's translation already."
And then I had a grand idea: "What if I translate a sentence that I never had to use IRL in France?!", I thought.
"Ok...", I turned to the man with a smirk. "Translate: I am dreaming".
The man said something back with a French accent. I don't remember the exact word anymore as I really didn't know how to write it. But it was really short.
"Wait that short? There's no way that's the French translation."
"Oh, I'm sure it is, you can check later when you wake up."
"Can you say it again? I really want to remember it clearly..."
The man said it again, it was once again audible but impossible to write down in letters for someone that doesn't speak French (and perhaps dreaming might have something to do with it).
"I'm afraid I can't remember that too clearly", I said, worried but at the same time not willing to let this chance go.
"Just type the English sentence in Google Translate and see if it sounds the same, that should be enough.", the man said very confidently.
After I woke up, you can already imagine the first thing I did. I opened Google Translate (https://translate.google.nl/?sl=en&tl=fr&text=I%20am%20dreaming&op=translate) immediately after waking up as to avoid forgetting any more than I had to. And indeed the translated sentence sounded exactly the same. Creepy...
It started with me at a crossroad, I tried to make cars collapse using telekinesis after finding out I was dreaming. Nothing worked. The strangest thing was...
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NSFW Weird Dream
I (F21) had a dream 2 nights ago that I had a dick for a science experiment. I did the helicopter thing and then I started to jack off but then it broke so I had to go back to the lab and they gave me disappointed looks. I went back home and then I woke up when I opened the door.
I (F21) had a dream 2 nights ago that I had a dick for a science experiment. I did the helicopter thing and then I started to jack off but then it broke so I...
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I fell in love with a boy who was in my dream
I feel so angry and stupid because I'm in love with someone who most probably doesn't even exist or even if he does, I won't ever cross paths with him. I feel so helpless because I really really want to be with this guy and he's not even real. It's frustrating and hurtful and i feel really stupid. I know that I shouldn't give this much thought and it tends to happen and that I'm getting sad over nothing but it's just that I really really like this guy and he's the only person I wanna be with. I'll never meet anyone like him and idek if I'll like anyone who's not him. Sigh this sounds so childish but I really wanted to let it out :(
I feel so angry and stupid because I'm in love with someone who most probably doesn't even exist or even if he does, I won't ever cross paths with him. I feel...
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Does anyone feel like death will feel like a dream? Personally I dont think death is the end of consciousness.
Do you ever ponder your death and wonder what happens? Like where you go or what you feel? It gives me such a weird feeling of being alive and aware. I think either heaven and hell are real, or there are different lifetimes/worlds. I feel it would be like a dream, but you'd never "wake up" and it would be reality. The problem is its basically impossible to prove it. Its just a fun thought experiment and wondered if anyone else relates or doesn't. I just want your opinion.
Do you ever ponder your death and wonder what happens? Like where you go or what you feel? It gives me such a weird feeling of being alive and aware. I think...
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