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From Prince Philip to Friday Night Dinner actor Paul Ritter, American rapper DMX and reality star Nikki Grahame, a number of high-profile figures have died in the last few weeks.chatted to dream analyst to find out how the loss of public figures can impact Britons' psyche and result in bad dreams.
Prince Philip died at the age of 99 on April 9, 2021, and his funeral will be held in Windsor on Saturday, April 17.
The same day, American hip-hop artist DMX died. The day before that, British actor Paul Ritter died of a brain tumour.
On April 9, Big Brother star Nikki Grahame died as a result of her long battle with anorexia after leaving a specialised eating disorder unit.
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When a public figure dies, especially one we felt particularly connected to, it can affect our psyche and lead to disturbing dreams.
The death of Prince Philip may have been particularly harrowing for Royalists, Britons and members of the Commonwealth, so it wouldn't be surprising if these people have been experiencing strange dreams in light of the news.
Our dreams process our personal waking life experiences, and once we can interpret them they can give us a window into our conscious and unconscious mindset.
Jane explained: "There are times when world events touch our personal lives deeply and contribute to the stuff of our dreams.
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"The Covid pandemic is an example: worldwide people experienced similarly themed dreams of being trapped, feeling out of control, or being 'bugged' by strange viruses, as we all wrestled with feeling trapped, out of control, and the prospect of infection."
The death of Prince Philip and other public figures in the last week are other examples of events that can make their way into our dreams.
The dream analyst noted that Prince Philip's death has also touched so many people, royalists and non-royalists, and anyone could be experiencing dreams related to the death of the Queen's late husband.
Jane said: "For some, Prince Philip's death marks the end of an era, and brings up our feelings and fears around change.
"For others, his passing reminds us of the fragility of our own ageing relatives, or our own advancing years, bringing up our feelings and fears around death and loss."
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For those who have been avidly reading and watching the media, it has been perhaps impossible to avoid stories about Prince Philip's life, and we each react in our different ways.
Jane added: "Perhaps some admire his steadfast support of the Queen, perhaps others admire his outspoken tendencies or his humour, perhaps others struggle with his outspokenness."
If you felt particularly connected to DMX or his music, or Nikki Grahame was someone you followed on social media, or you were a fan of Paul Ritter's work, the same applies.
When we sleep at night, our dreams process our experiences, our feelings, fears, the issues we agree with and the issues we disagree with as our dreaming brains and minds try to consolidate our thoughts and feelings.
Jane said: "While it's likely that many people have dreamed of Prince Philip himself or any of the figures who have passed away recently - like a dream symbol of these issues - it's likely that many more have had dreams and nightmares triggered by these same issues.
"These may include dreams of our own loved ones passing, or of loss, or of our feelings about change, or our feelings about being supportive, serving others, or speaking out."
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