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Monday, May 6, 2019

Meaning of Dreams Where One Hears Sounds

Meaning of Dreams Where One Hears Sounds 






Have you ever been awakened by the sound of a door slamming shut only to realize that a door could not have been slammed? Have you been awakened by the sound of a baby crying, but there is no baby in the house? Have you ever woke up thinking someone was calling for you, but no one did?

These are different sounds which people may hear in a dream state. Sounds in dreams are imperative because they are a sign of your own will trying to make something happen in the real world.  Think about the emotional response you have to the sounds. What is it trying to tell you? A loud sound that frightens you can be a warning.  Sounds that bring you happiness can be for telling of good things to come in your life. Hearing a baby cry can foretell of a pending birth in your family.

It is crucial to note sounds from the real world, they can invade the dream state. If you fall asleep with the television on the sounds from the television can change your dreams. Your alarm clock can also have this effect.  You may hear the alarm of an ambulance instead of waking up to your alarm clock going off. We can misinterpret these types of sounds. So, know about what you do before you fall asleep.

You should turn the television off before going to sleep. The television may distract you from falling asleep. The sounds of a television may also cause you to have bad dreams.


Meanings of Different Sounds In Dreams





Hearing something break or shatter in your dream may mean you are breaking free from something or someone that was holding you back.  It can also mean broken promises to yourself and others.  Another meaning of hearing something break is longing for change.  You desire a break or change in your routine.

Hearing a clock tick in your dreams might mean you are restricting yourself from something or someone.  It is the restrictions we put on ourselves and others.  It is your subconscious trying to tell you; you need more freedom or, need to give others more freedom.




Hearing a door slam in your dreams has different meanings.  It depends on what is going on in your life at the time of the dream.  A door slamming in your dream could mean a possible missed opportunity.  It could mean you are closing yourself off to the world.

Try to be aware of the sounds that are surrounding you when you wake up. This will help you better understand the sounds you had in your dreams.

Remember, you are always the best one to interpret your dreams. However, if you need assistance with interpretations, there are many people out there who can help you better understand the meanings of your dreams.

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16 comments:

  1. I love this! I had never thought about the sounds in my dreams.

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    1. Many people do not think about sounds in their dreams, but there is meanings behind them.

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  2. The loud "door slams" are almost normal to me, that's how often it happens. However, last night 2:30AM, I was startled awake by the same sound (again)...but this time, as I sat up, a woman's voice called my name, very clear, very close...so close & clear I actually replied!

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    1. You may have still been in a sleep state when you heard the voice. What did it mean to you? I door slamming in your dream may wake you up.

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  3. Last night I heard doors squeaking and loud white noise I couldn't open my eyes and felt like my partner was shaking me to wake me up I was trying to say what but I couldn't move talk or open my eyes but when it stoped I yelled what and could move and now open my eyes and I looked at my partner and she was asleep
    This really freaked me out alot

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  4. It sounds like sleep paralysis to me. I have had that happen as well. It is very scary.

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  5. I had a dream where the sound of the universe boomed and went all through my body .

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    1. Sounds like you had a spiritual awakening or some tpe of stong healing!!

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  6. Can you please tell me what does it mean with I hear the faint clicking of some kind of metal object in my dreams?

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    1. clicking could mean many different things. It could have something to do with time or strength. Maybe you are moving into a phase of life where you need to show your strengths.

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  7. What does it mean when you wake up to Loud banging at the door but no one there. This was in the middle of the night too. Scared the crap out of me. Fell back asleep and dream of my MIL (who is going through a seperation) show up to a BBQ naked and crying. It was horrible!

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    1. It sounds like you are very worried about this person. Feeling they are calling out to you. You want to help, but feel they need to help themselves. They depend on other too much. Or, you offered advice and they did not take it.

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  8. I have dreams of someone in my house. Hearing them walking towards my room and i am home alone. Hearing the footsteps coming closer. I lay there thinking someone is in the house. This happens often in different ways...

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  9. I dream about door bell sound and as lso slamming doors. The sounds are very real....they wake me up....

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  10. I had a dream about 10 years back. I was in bed and I could hear someone in the kitchen eating potato chips. The sound of the bag crinkling was undeniable. I could hear the foot steps of the person, casually walking around the kitchen as they ate. The sounds were so real and so clear. I tried to sit up and say something but my voice was paralyzed. Noises came out by no words. I partially sat up as I head the footsteps coming down the hall, closer to my room. Suddenly I saw a man, in a plaid shirt, running down the hall toward me. As he got closer, I saw he had no face. he reached out his hands to choke me, and I woke up. The whole experience felt real, and vivid. Almost as if it really happened, but I was in another dimension.
    Last night I had another sound dream. I woke to the sound of someone in my home. I could hear them going into the pantry and again, casually walking around my kitchen and hall. I remember thinking "NO, Not again". I tried to yell "GO AWAY" but I couldn't form words. I laid in bed practicing my words, not allowing myself to not speak. As I was finally able to say the words, I got up and went towards the person. The first thing I saw was a clown punching bag. Like the kind we had as kids that you would punch and it would pop back up. The clown face was evil, but I didn't care. I punched it and kept going. behind it was a boy. Maybe in his late 20's. blond short hair, side part and handsome. I yelled at him "Not again, NO!, Get out!" and he looked at me and said "but I love you". Again, I yelled "NO, GET OUT". Then he vanished. I woke with extreme mental exhaustion. No paralysis of any kind.
    Has anyone else seen the man with no face? Or has anyone confronted the noise or person in your home. Is this from good or evil? Will it be gone now since I told it to leave?

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  11. I don't know but recently, I've been waking up before my alarm and today's noise was the loudest and was so clear I was wondering if any of my family members brought in a bass drum to the house or my room. This really sounded like someone was testing out the sound of the drum close to my right ear. Iwas startled awake and when I looked at the time it said 06:06.

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