1) I am normal, at home, at the school, whatever and suddenly, while talking with someone else, my teeth start to become loose and they fall...... I mean I notice they get weak and I touch them so they fall more easily. usually only two or three of them fall, so I panic (somehow I know I have dreamed about it before) and wake up.
2) I have a girlfriend, and lately, I have a dream about she's cheating on me. I have dreams too about I am cheating on her (it's almost always with the same girl, but I don't know her). So even in different dreams I cheat on my girlfriend with the same unknown girl.
3) Sometimes I have dreams that I'm eating something but I leave some food. Suddenly, the food I saved is gone.
4) Sometimes I know I'm having a dream and somehow I know I can make anything to happen in that dream, like "it's my dream I control anything". The thing is that for every thing I wish for, some sort of "energy" is used. That energy is my "sleep time" so when the energy is over I always wake up. It only happens when I'm really really tired (full of "energy") and then I can't sleep........
Thanks a lot for your help. Sorry if those are really weird.
Good morning, Alejandro.
Generally, I prefer to work with one dream at a time, described in detail. This is because, with the very brief descriptions, all that is possible is very generic translations.
1) Teeth falling out, for instance, has a plethora of meanings. Mostly it depends upon context. If it always happens while you're talking to someone, it may indicate a fear of saying the wrong thing.
2) Constant dreams about cheating usually point to a problem with trust in the relationship.
3) When what you save disappears, it can mean that you have trouble saving - usually money. You'd like to put some away for a rainy day, but can't seem to do it.
4) This is a minor variation on what is called a "lucid dream." Generally, anytime you become aware that you are dreaming, and take control of the events, the usual methods of dream interpretation no longer work - you are interfering with the message. However, lucid dreaming can be a lot of fun, so there's no real harm done. Lucid dreams tend to happen toward the end of the sleep cycle, when we're not so tired - so it's no surprise that you can't get back to sleep.