What do your dreams about being pregnant mean? Is it literal? Or do they have a deeper, allegorical meaning?
Ally Mead can help interpret these common dreams. She says that she has, since childhood, had some psychic ability. On her website, she specifically says she is, “clairvoyant, clairsentient and clairaudient.” She was able to hone that ability by studying the collective consciousness and dream analysis at the Jungian Institute in Los Angeles.
According to Mead, dreams about pregnancy are inherently linked to desire for a creative outlet, as pregnancy represents the creation of new life. When you dream of pregnancy, it might be useful to look into what sort of creative projects you can get involved in, which may satisfy your need to be inventive.
What about when you dream other people are pregnant? Mead says that the interpretation is as simple as the dream being something of a prophecy and that the person is actually pregnant. This is rare, though. Usually, the dream, “is a sign that something has been left inside, unexpressed or undone. Something this person once deeply cared about is either coming to the surface for them on an emotional or physical level or is begging to be let out by his or her soul.”
The “sassy psychic” relates that pregnancy dreams are “extremely common dream … for women.” The fact that these dreams are so common makes total sense, as pregnancy happens to all women, no matter what nationality, ethnicity, or culture. Strangely enough, though, she says that men can also get pregnancy dreams.
If you are trying to get pregnant, look out for other signs of fertility in your pregnancy dreams, like lotus flowers, or Celtic knots. Mead is always amazed how frequently these symbols appear in people’s dreams, which then, “eventually result in a literal pregnancy.” You can even induce these dreams, Mead advises, by thinking about what new thing you want to bring into the world, especially as you are right about to fall asleep. Sweet dreams!