2. Teeth that fall out and injuries
According to Penney Peirce, our subconscious views teeth as a symbol of power and the ability to take control of our surroundings. If you have been feeling defenseless and powerless in your daily life, this interpretation may apply to you.
Patricia Garfield, a seasoned dream researcher, suggests that dreams about teeth falling out are linked to repressed anger. Typically, when we hold back anger, we tense our jaw and our teeth may begin to make sounds. This dream may be a sign that it is necessary to release negative emotions.
Many times, we experience dreams where our loved ones are hurt or unwell. These dreams can be distressing, but according to psychology, they are not as negative as they may seem. They are actually reflections of our concerns about the future and the expected transformations involving our close relationships. If you have a dream about your own death, it signifies that a part of you is undergoing a transformation and letting go of the past to make room for something new.
“Dreams that revolve around birth and recovery being in opposition commonly occur when a person is undergoing a significant change in their life such as starting a new job or embarking on a project, signifying a fresh and unfamiliar encounter.”