dream of clowns

Dream about clowns

The horror film "IT" has this time terrified the new generation of young people. Based on the 1986 horror novel by author Stephen King, which was last released in the early 1990s with Tim Curry. If you were never afraid of clowns as a child, chances are you are afraid of them now. What does that say about the meaning of clowns in a dream? Well, it's not that easy to play now, much less any character in a horror movie wearing a mask. Dreams have a fun way of turning the images we see every day into metaphors to help you. Although interpreting these dreams can be difficult as you will really need to brush up with a fine tooth comb. Maybe a cigar is just a cigar in a dream and not what we might think it is. Watching horror movies can leave an imprint on our minds, things that scare us can seep through our minds and sometimes come out in nightmares. Usually you don't need to pay attention to them unless they are recurring.

Wise Penny the clown might seem to leave this imprint on the minds of new generations and she knows she could go out to haunt them in the distant future. Although any clown that appears in your dream may have a symbolic meaning after all. Pennywise, for example, seems to attract and prey on the fears of young children, the more it is feared, the stronger it becomes. The hidden face of clowns could be related to what Carl Jung, the "archetype of shadows", which would consist of hidden or repressed emotions that are not recognized in one's life. These images often appear in people's dreams and visions. If you've ignored these emotions, they can be destructive, like the horror movie characters we see on screen. Many people dream of what scared them as children when they became adult adults. These dreams must be investigated through rigorous work such as shadow integration, the battle of your inner demons chasing you, similar to what you see in horror movies.

Clown dreams with a more positive light in dreams can represent your need to be playful to bring out your inner child. To not take life so seriously. Perhaps the dream could be a play on words so that you are not so stingy with your money!

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