Dreams Interpreted: Marrying a faceless bride, childhood memory, - Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL

Dreams Interpreted: Marrying a faceless bride, childhood memory, different houses

(Image: Hawaii News Now) (Image: Hawaii News Now)
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

This week dream interpreter and psychologist Paul Unkrur introduces some new elements. First, Raymond Suda said he has a recurring dream about his wedding. Unfortunately, he cannot see the bride's face. Unkrur said whenever you have a faceless person, you may still be searching for this figure in your life. In this case, it's a bride for Raymond. It can also represent yourself, meaning you don't quite have the confidence you need to find the right person to be your wife. If you are already married, the faceless bride could represent a feeling of distance from your wife. It can even suggest that you feel like you don't know that person anymore.

Jeff Belmoy says he dreamed that he went back to the Philippines where he saw his aunt. She gave him his favorite childhood cookie that he hadn't eaten in years. The flavors were just as he remembered. Unkrur said that perhaps Jeff craved that feeling of security, love and compassion that he had as a child.

Finally, Beverly Fettig has a recurring dream about different houses. After she was divorced, she found a new room at the top of the house that was beautiful with polished wood. Unkrur believes that this room represents a new path in her life that may be better than she could have imagined, except in her dreams, of course. 

If you have a dream that you want interpreted, email a short video clip to PaulUnkrur@yahoo.com.

Copyright 2016 Hawaii News Now. All rights reserved.

  • Hawaii News Now headlinesNewsMore>>

  • The Latest: Trump to sign 'something' on migrant children

    The Latest: Trump to sign 'something' on migrant children

    Wednesday, June 20 2018 12:01 PM EDT2018-06-20 16:01:56 GMT
    Wednesday, June 20 2018 1:23 PM EDT2018-06-20 17:23:46 GMT
    (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, File). FILE - In this Wednesday, June 13, 2018 file photo, Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street to attend the weekly session of PMQs at parliament in London. The British government is facing anoth...(AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, File). FILE - In this Wednesday, June 13, 2018 file photo, Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street to attend the weekly session of PMQs at parliament in London. The British government is facing anoth...
    British Prime Minister Theresa May says the United States is wrong to separate migrant children from their parents, but has rejected calls to cancel President Donald Trump's visit to Britain next month.More >>
    British Prime Minister Theresa May says the United States is wrong to separate migrant children from their parents, but has rejected calls to cancel President Donald Trump's visit to Britain next month.More >>
  • Trump says he'll be 'signing something' on detained children

    Trump says he'll be 'signing something' on detained children

    Wednesday, June 20 2018 11:21 AM EDT2018-06-20 15:21:21 GMT
    Wednesday, June 20 2018 1:23 PM EDT2018-06-20 17:23:13 GMT
    A boy stares out of a heavily tinted bus window leaving a U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility Tuesday in McAllen, TX. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)A boy stares out of a heavily tinted bus window leaving a U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility Tuesday in McAllen, TX. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

    Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is drafting an executive action for President Donald Trump that would direct DHS to keep families apprehended at the border together during detention and ask the...

    More >>

    Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is drafting an executive action for President Donald Trump that would direct DHS to keep families apprehended at the border together during detention and ask the Department of Defense to help house them.

    More >>
  • Smoking hits new low; about 14 percent of US adults light up

    Smoking hits new low; about 14 percent of US adults light up

    Tuesday, June 19 2018 1:10 AM EDT2018-06-19 05:10:52 GMT
    Wednesday, June 20 2018 1:13 PM EDT2018-06-20 17:13:32 GMT
    (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File). FILE - In this June 22, 2012, file photo, a smoker snuffs out a cigarette at the Capitol in Sacramento, Calif. The rate of smoking among adults in the U.S. fell to about 14 percent in 2017, according to new data relea...(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File). FILE - In this June 22, 2012, file photo, a smoker snuffs out a cigarette at the Capitol in Sacramento, Calif. The rate of smoking among adults in the U.S. fell to about 14 percent in 2017, according to new data relea...
    Smoking by US adults hits another all-time low; about 14 percent smoke cigarettes.More >>
    Smoking by US adults hits another all-time low; about 14 percent smoke cigarettes.More >>
Powered by Frankly