How to Stop Dreaming So Much If You See Too Many Dreams Per Night

3530924854_03b176a766_mIn order to stop dreaming too much per night and be able to rest when you sleep, without being tortured by constant confused dream images, you have to understand the dream language, so that you may solve all your problems with this knowledge.

At the end you will have a different conception about the importance of dreams. You’ll desire to have many dreams per night and remember all them, and you’ll even be excited to write them down, because they contain precious messages that help you in your life.

As a matter of fact, if you remember many dreams per night you are very lucky! Other people have difficulty in remembering their dreams, or they remember only one or two images.

Right now your dreams are a big problem for you, and you want to get rid of them, mainly because:

- You don’t understand their meaning

- They are usually unpleasant and dangerous

- You feel strange, without knowing why

- You feel irritated when you have a perturbed night instead of resting, only because you keep seeing nightmares or heavy dreams that leave a vivid impression upon you

- You wake up somehow tired and confused after seeing so many impressing scenes and images all night, especially when you see yourself running all the time, and having many dangerous adventures

- You are afraid that something bad might happen to you, imagining that all these dreams are perhaps predicting a sad future

I have already told you from the beginning what the solution to all these problems is: you have to learn the dream language by following my dynamic and simple method of instant dream translation, derived from the complicated method of dream interpretation discovered by Carl Jung, who managed to really decipher the meaning of the symbolism contained in all dream messages. My work proves that he was right, and shows you much more.

I know that you don’t have the intention to care about the meaning of your dreams, and you wanted to simply get rid of them, because you have no time to care about dream interpretation.

However, you have now the privilege of learning how important the dream messages are, and you have also the privilege of being able to immediately learn the dream language with my simplification.

By following the scientific method of dream interpretation you will understand the symbolic meaning of all dream messages, discovering in your own dreams objective information about your environment and the people who are around you, your psychical reality, your mental health, your future, your happiness, the person you love, and everything else that may interest you.

The precious unconscious’ messages will guide you and show you what to do in life, so that you may evolve, and become a wise and self-confident human being.

You’ll stop seeing nightmares, and all kinds of bad dreams, because you will solve all your problems by following the wise lessons of the unconscious mind, your natural doctor and protector.

This way you will have pleasant and interesting dreams, with nice images and scenes, that will give you enthusiasm, and will help you feel strong and optimist when you wake up.


Christina Sponias continued Carl Jung’s research into the human psyche, discovering the cure for all mental illnesses, and simplifying the scientific method of dream interpretation that teaches you how to exactly translate the meaning of your dreams, so that you can find health, wisdom and happiness.

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  • raul estaban says:

    What a load of lies,
    Many of us who dream lucidly are migraineurs or others who have none of the conditions you mention in your ego centered theory of dreams.Of course humans have always dreamed even before extensive language developed,I guess by your statements that dreams had no purpose before your theory came along?.Dream analysis is the fantasy of those who think all comes from human thinking and unless you can explain something it has no value,true human worship.The value in dreams belongs to the dreams and not to your analysis of them.You receive the value of the dream when you have it.The problem for many is in the waking up after most dreams and the disruption to life it causes for the sad,the happy,the successful,the unsuccessful,the energetic,the tired,the enlightened and the confused..
    Many of us who have what I call dream apnea know that physical events like weather change,temperature,travel,diet etc can be factors that effect the dreams and that drugs frequently make matters worse especially those for insomnia.In other words drugs for normal sleep disruption don’t work.The physical nature of the triggers for severity of the condition points to other factors besides analysis of the dreams.Your position is like telling someone with hallucinations to analyize them instesd of to stop ingesting LSD.

  • admin says:

    Thank you for taking the time to explain me your own vision about the meaning of dreams. I respect your vision because you respect your dreams and you certainly found something that justifies your statements.

    You should read more articles in order to really understand what I’m presenting to the public. The scientific method of dream interpretation is the only correct way to translate the meaning of dreams. I prove that only Carl Jung discovered the right code for a perfect dream translation. He was the only one who didn’t distort the meaning of dreams with his own opinion. He conducted arduous research, and I managed to prove that his theories were real discoveries.

    When you’ll understand the meaning of my discoveries, thanks to the extraordinary discoveries of Carl Jung, you won’t be so offensive. I admire your sincerity though. You are always welcome!


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