Dr. Kahn, of Harvard University Medical School, says:
“The content of recurring dreams frequently seems to be related to issues in our lives that lack closure or resolution. If you address the underlying issue, the dream is likely to go away.
“For example, if you feel that you are not in control of your life, you might have recurring dreams of driving a car without brakes or rowing a boat that’s being swept toward a waterfall. (The dream’s details are likely to vary from night to night.) If you start to feel more in control of your life, you will probably have these dreams less often.”
I agree with Dr. Kahn. Troublesome recurring dreams are coming to you at night over and over to signal that you have issues to resolve when you wake up! When dreams are attempting to “serve” you (to help you) they may have to say the same thing in different ways, over and over, until you get it!
As always, my best advice is to pray and ask God “what is this dream trying to tell me?” God loves you and He uses dreams to send you important messages. Be blessed by your dreams. Grow because of your dreams. Learn to interpret your dreams. Love and appreciate them for the wonderful gift they are! Your friend, Ruthanna