You think you've got some weird stuff floating round your head? Have you met the Irish?
Irish are known worldwide as dreamers, indeed a famous poem begins ‘We are the Music Makers, and We are the dreamers of Dreams.”
But what are the top ten Irish dreams, and what do we make of them - including the nightmares?
The Celts as always had an answer:
Dream of an argument with a family member
Can mean a family secret that you need to tease out and explore with that person.
Dream of water
Concern about an upcoming journey or fear of drowning, a common nightmare as many Irish cannot swim.
Dream of a new love
May signify unhappiness in a relationship and a hidden desire to move on.
Dream of clouds
Maybe a fear of something you are covering up or a depression you are feeling.
Dream of money
Almost always about financial insecurity, especially if often repeated. A sign to try and make things better.
Dream of wild animals
Something dark and primitive in your soul, some secret desire deeply buried trying to get out.
Dream of death
Health anxiety about you or a loved one, especially if you are falling in the dream.
Dream where you see yourself
Can signify a serious mental problem, we are not supposed to see ourselves in dreams.
Dream of a dead person
Someone trying to reach you beyond the divide, listen carefully and try and remember the message.
Dream of you naked or missing a clothing item
You do not feel competent in an important part of your life, work, love or home. Work on it.