Dream decoder Lauri Loewenberg says her top dream search since March 15 is “grandparents dying” … which is sad, but makes sense as COVID-19 is harder to survive for the elderly. Her #2 search term is storms, rain or tornadoes. Lauri says…
Professional dream analyst Lauri Loewenberg has found her Facebook page and inbox full of people requesting appointments to help work through their dreams, caused by everything from job-related stress to relationship worries and fear that things will not return to normal any time soon.
According to a professional dream analyst Lauri Loewenberg we dream about the most pressing issues of the day. She says our stream of consciousness is filled with fear and negativity and this continues on to our dreams.
Dream expert Lauri Loewenberg explains: “Dreaming is a thinking process and our dreams are a continuation of our thought stream from the day.” While some of our dreams may feature the exact people or situations we thought or read about in the day, some may also take on a more symbolic form, with similar themes.
Lauri Loewenberg, a professional dream expert and member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams explains to us that we are more likely to remember bizarre or upsetting dreams, the ones that strongly impact us emotionally, and especially those that jolt us awake due to their intensity.
Aspinall turned to dream expert Lauri Loewenberg who believes Georgia’s dreams, and those of others, are an attempt to rearrange the chaos enveloping her life at this time. She said that during times of stress our dreams are metaphors for the stress, and they usually amplify the reality.