Experimental Dream Analysis by Anagrams I

Blogged by John Vandergalien

This method is intended to reveal hidden messages in a dream. When you have dream material, like in a little story, and you can give it a theme name or a title of about 2 to 4 words (not to long, about 15 letters), then you can generate anagrams from that theme. With anagram solvers on the internet like http://www.ssynth.co.uk/~gay/anagram.html you will get up to 400 anagrams, which of course cannot be all hidden messages. The trick is here that you find the appropriate anagrams by Jungian synchronicity, a meaningful coincidence for you and especially for you only!


In my dream I met a guy named Alvin who moaned about being a twin.

I indeed once met two sisters that complaint that they are constantly addressed by other people of being twins.

“alvin twin hone”

Lets say for argument sake: You want to know how you think about a female friend called Ann. These A N N letters are in the dream theme. So you leave these out because the anagram solvers do not do names.
“lvi twi hone”

ANAGRAMS (out of 400):

in lithe vow
in liveth ow
in love whit
in love with
in ow liveth
in view holt

What is the most striking? = “in love with”, then adding missing A N N gives full anagram “in love with ann”. So subconsciously you are in love with that female friend (when you acknowledge the synchronicity of this anagram consciously). Maybe you did not know that! It can also be that you now realize the importance of this fact, which maybe crossed your mind briefly earlier in daily life. Moreover this is one “hidden” message and my experience is that there are usually around 4 of these in one dream theme.

Satoconor © 2015


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