• I used to have that same kind of dream. Someone told me that it means you are worried about money or finances. It seemed to be true for me although I don't put much stock in dream interpretation.
  • Try they are a great site for unraveling your dreams.
  • You're worried about losing money.
  • In my country, they interpret it as badluck. It could be a lost of a loved one. So they said, if you have that kind of dream, as soon as you wake up find anything made of wood and bite it. Well, like i've said, it's just a myth in my country. Whatever the meaning of that repitative dreams, just pray that it won't be a sign of something bad.
  • Loss of somekind. But...that could also be a good thing if you are losing something or someone you don't want around.
  • I have heard that it is fear of death of those close to you.
  • It depends on what culture you are from. In North America (where most of our 'teachings' are based on science) we look to see what the item in the dream means. Teeth are used to grind and break apart, the process we go through before digestion. Since we are also very analitical thinkers in North America teeth represent the process of chewing over and breaking down our thoughts so we can digest or integrate them. Since your teeth are falling out or crumbling it suggests that you are having a problem with the process of breaking down your thoughts so you can make decisions. It is considered a sign of indecisiveness and fear of decion making. Hope this helps you.
  • To dream that you have rotten or decaying teeth, forewarns that your health and/or business is in jeopardy. You may have uttered some false or foul words and those words are coming back to haunt you.
  • yes, I'd say it was a base instinct to be subconsciously aware of teeth and the dangers therein. A friend of mine was ploughing one of those massive fields in the States and ended up bringing a rattlesnake rattle back to the UK that he'd run over. He rattled it in the family home and all the pets ran out of the room, instinctively I guess, as they'd certainly never seen one.
  • Sometimes it is a sign of stress, guilt anything in the subconscious level. Many people have dreams about their teeth falling out, or breaking their teeth. Many of the dreams are just a reminder that while we sleep we are still thinking

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