Laughing dreams meaning

By | April 7, 2019

Laughing dreams meaning


To dream that you are laughing represents ideas or situations that you feel are ridiculous or unrealistic. You feel you can’t take a situation or another person seriously anymore. Total confidence something something is stupid or pathetic. Confidence after facing a fear. Feeling that something is too easy. Feeling good that there is nothing to worry about.

Negatively, dreaming of hearing laughing represents situations where you are embarrassed that certain ideas you have a ridiculous or unrealistic. It may also reflect your feeling that others are not taking you seriously or embarrass you for your ideas. Feeling that someone is ridiculing you or making you feel stupid. Feeling mocked or that people are secretly laughing at you. Being made a fool of. A fear of being humiliated. Insensitively enjoying feeling that you are better than other people. Enjoying others misery.

Alternatively, laughing may negatively reflect feelings that someone is arrogantly crossing a line with your tolerance. Someone in your life that you feel is purposely not listening to you or embarrassing you behind your back.

To dream of yourself laughing at something may be a sign that you are not taking a problem as seriously as you should. Thinking something is too easy when it might not be if you were forced to confront it for real.

Example: A man dreamed of hearing people laugh when he asked them if it was ever possible to be with a girl he liked. In waking life he soon realized that being with the girl he liked was impossible and even ridiculous because she was too old.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of a shark laughing at her. In waking life she felt that co-workers weren’t taking her difficulties seriously.

Example 3: A man dreamed of being half eaten by a shark and then laughing about it. In waking life he was humiliated at a party, but then recovered and felt better about it later on.

Example 4: A young man dreamed of all his clothes, except his underwear, falling off in front of his mother who laughed at him. In waking life he felt that he needed to lighten up and be less serious about himself.

Example 5: A young women dreamed of her ex-boyfriends’ father laughing at her. In waking life she felt that people were enjoying her misfortunes.

Example 6: A woman dreamed of seeing her sister laugh at her with an evil laugh. In waking life she felt her sister was mocking her religious views and her church when she tried to speak to her about attending church.

Example 7: A girl dreamed of running away from her boyfriend and then giving up and starting to laugh with him. In waking life she had a big fight with her boyfriend which caused them to end the relationship and then later got made up and resumed dating.



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