Posts Tagged ‘dream’
Last year, I woke from a dream that had me worried about a close friend for months before he went on vacation. I vividly ‘saw’ him sliding off a dock and into the mouth of a giant shark, which savored every bit of him, before he disappeared. Alarmed, I awoke and sat up, shaken by the gruesome vision.
Knowing my friend well, I knew that if I told him about my dream he would just gently look at me with concern, as if I was crazy, and then change the subject. He would give me the same expression he gave me when I explained to him that fairies were real, but are not visible to everyone. I knew that if I pressed the subject, he might even make fun of me to all our other friends. Yet, I knew I had a responsibility to warn him of impending danger, but how? Read the rest of this entry »
Everyone dreams. Whether it is a daydream, meditative dream or when you’re sleeping, we dream all the time. Many dreams carry symbolic energy within them, often containing spiritual messages for the dreamer. Dreams are not always easy to interpret, whenever we manage to remember them, but dream analysis can be developed as a practice. All it takes is some patience and perseverance.
The daydream or ‘awake dream’ is simply those things that you envision for your life. You may dream of a life partner, family, new house, vacation, new car, promotion at work, and so forth. Awake dreams are important, as they are a way to bring your true heart’s desires to the surface. Read the rest of this entry »
A dear client has been having wonderful dreams for many months now of her husband who died in an automobile accident. He was working nights, and on his way home early in the morning hours he fell asleep at the wheel. His car missed the curve and smashed into a tree. He had probably been there for several hours, before day light and someone found him. When emergency medical arrived they concluded that he had died instantly, on impact.
Four days after he passed they would have celebrated her 53rd birthday and they were planning a trip to Florida in the fall, as they both had been working very hard and needed vacation. She always received roses from him on Valentine’s Day, as well as on their Anniversary and special holidays. Sometimes he simply gave her roses just to say, “I love you.” Read the rest of this entry »
Why do we sometimes keep having a particular dream over and over again? A recurring dream can happen regularly on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. There is very little change in the content of the dream, which makes it feel even stranger when the dream occurs.
Firstly, I believe it is nature’s way of releasing stress from our mind and body. It is our brain’s way of processing events in our life, and to teach us about ourselves and the way we think. Your brain is forcing you to concentrate, and deal with the dream.
Secondly, there are also spiritual messages in most dreams. I am often asked the meaning behind a particular dream and why it keeps reoccurring, while other dreams are forgotten so quickly. My explanation is that reoccurring dreams can also be spiritually important and powerful. The dream is trying to give you a message, which can be very confusing for you to understand at first. Read the rest of this entry »
Our dreams have been a source of fascination since the beginning of time. Clients sometimes ask me to help them interpret a dream that’s intrigued them, or which has been of great concern to them. I feel that the best people to interpret dreams are the dreamers themselves, but I will always give my take or feeling on the deeper meaning of the dream, and suggest they take my version on board only if it truly resonates for them.
Many cultures see dreams as life lessons, as a means for our ancestors or loved ones in spirit to connect with, and to communicate with us. Amongst those cultures, much emphasis is placed on dreams as a means of prophecy. Often these dreams are meant to guide us or to warn us of impending danger, but sometimes they are meant to just to show us that we are indeed loved by those in the spirit world. Read the rest of this entry »