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  1. Time to see if I have another weird Freudian dream...you guys will probably know either way. :wilson_sneaky:

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    2. watermelen671

      watermelen671

      You go right ahead...me? I'm gonna contemplate why I keep dying in my dreams.

      And why other people keep dying in my dreams...

      What is my brain trying to tell me?

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      Turns out murder dreams occur more frequently in those with depression...

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      Don't worry I'm fine, everything's all good in the brain house now. :wilson_goodjob:

       

    3. DragonMage156

      DragonMage156

      What does murder mean though?

    4. watermelen671

      watermelen671

      Apparently

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      To dream that you have committed a murder indicates that you are putting an end to an old habit and a former way of thinking. This could also refer to an end to an addiction. Alternatively, the dream indicates that you have some repressed aggression or rage at yourself or at someone. Note also that dreams of murder occur frequently during periods of depression.

      To dream that you witness a murder indicates deep-seated anger towards somebody. Consider how the victim represents aspects of yourself that you want to destroy or eliminate.

      To dream that you are murdered suggests that some important and significant relationship has been severed. You are trying to disconnect yourself from your emotions. The dream may also be about your unused talents. 

      But I'm no Freudian psychologist. :wilson_curious: