Dreaming of singing a Christmas carol could mean you are excited about the upcoming festivities.

We find out what it means to dream about Christmas Carols

We find out what it means to dream about Christmas Carols

Perhaps you immerse yourself in the celebration at this time of year- carolling included.

On the other hand, the dream could be telling you join in more. Perhaps you don’t make the most of the season and it’s time you did.

Consider what you were singing about as this might give you greater insight into the meaning behind the dream. The lyrics could be a message from your subconscious offering you some guidance about a situation that’s relevant to Christmas or a relationship that is strained at this time of year.

The lyrics could also be what you are really thinking, so pay close attention to find out what what you actually want and how you genuinely feel.

Carolling is something you do with others- it’s not a solitary activity, so the dream could be encouraging you to do things with other more. If you spend a lot of time in your own, it might do you some good to get involved in something with likeminded people. This doesn’t have to be singing- but something that speaks to your passions.

Along the same vein of being with others- are you spending most of the Christmas period alone? If so, it might benefit you to try and spend the last few days before Christmas with those you haven’t been in touch with for a while. Arrange to go and see them or invite them over to your house to catch up.

Are you lacking in Christmas spirit? If so what can you do to find some? Are there people in your life who could be a positive influence?

Christmas carols can be linked to your past Christmases as well as your imagined ones.

Perhaps you are missing something from Christmases gone by that you’d like to recreate if you can.

Or maybe you imagine Christmas to be something different to what it is. What can you do to help it to meet your expectations?

Source: www.mydreamvisions.com


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