About Dreams Guide Me

My fascination with dream interpretation began in my childhood. It all started when my grandfather passed away suddenly while I was in elementary school. After his death, I often dreamed of talking with him. My grandfather was a man of few words, and I regret not having more conversations with him, not learning more about his past. These dreams felt like a way to make up for the missed opportunities to connect with him.

A few years into my career, my grandmother also passed away. Once again, I found solace in my dreams, where I often walked hand-in-hand with her down country lanes or was cared for by her when I was sick. These dreams filled me with a sense of happiness, nostalgia, and a deep regret for not spending more time with my grandmom as I grew older and busier with work and studies.

As the years went by, I became more intrigued by the meaning of these dreams. Were they just random images, or did they hold deeper meanings for me?

Two years ago, my father passed away from leukemia, and this loss was incredibly hard to bear. Despite his age of 70, we were hopeful when he underwent a bone marrow transplant. Unfortunately, he did not survive the procedure. In the following months, I was consumed with grief and questions about our decisions. I often dreamt of my father, seeing him healthy and vibrant, talking about the things he wanted to do in retirement. These dreams brought both comfort and sorrow.


Through seeking guidance from a psychologist, I understood that regret is a natural part of life. My dreams became a space to reconcile with my loved ones and find peace. This personal journey inspired me to build this blog, with the hope of helping others navigate their own dreams and the emotions tied to them.

Most of the time, our dreams reflect our daily lives and experiences. They might simply be echoes of things we heard or saw during the day, holding little to no significant guidance. However, dreams can sometimes serve as a window into our subconscious, offering valuable insights.

From a psychological perspective, dreaming about violent events may indicate that you are experiencing high levels of stress in your waking life, and your mind is using dreams as a way to release that tension. Dreaming of an old friend might suggest you have unresolved feelings or a desire to reconnect with people who were once close to you. It could be a reminder to reach out and renew those connections.

Interpreting dreams in a way that resonates with your personal experiences can provide meaningful guidance for your life. However, it’s important to remember that dream interpretation is highly subjective and varies from person to person. What holds true for one might not apply to another.

If you ever feel uncertain about your dreams, we encourage you to leave a comment or email us. Additionally, we invite you to use our free online Dream Journal feature to record your dreams. Keeping a record of your dreams can be an enlightening experience and might positively impact your life.

We hope to help you uncover the hidden meanings in your dreams and guide your waking life.