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Dream meanings explained: The top 10 nightmares and what they mean


Being in a fire

Nightmares about being in a fire have more than doubled since this time last year.

The experts said: “To dream of a fire can mean many things.

“A dream of fire can mean many things. It can symbolise passion, light, destruction, anger and more.

“The trick to working out what your fire dream means is to look at the rest of the dream.

“ If you were unafraid of the fire, then it could be a reference to your own internal fire.

“Your views and opinions could be changing, bringing forth a renewal of self.

“If you are burned by fire, it indicates that your temper is raging, and you are ‘burning up inside’.

“Fire can also represent your drive and creativity. When someone says you are ‘on fire’, it’s an expression of being really good at something.

“Alternatively, it could be trying to warn you against risky or dangerous activities, or playing with fire.”



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