DREAMING HAS MANY PURPOSES
When we fall asleep, we are in the world of our unconscious; we go to places where we meet our insight.
Dreams can help us rehearse future events.
Reveal our true feelings about others.
Take the pressure off when times are tough.
Look at your dream and try to remember
What was the emotional feeling in the dream?
Anxiety, pleasure, fears?
What was your mood when you woke up?
Frustration, relief, unhappy?
What was the dream setting? Another place, Home, Work
Who was in your dream or what? Animals, Family, friends?
If you were in the dream how was your behaviour? Passive, aggressive, Assertive?
What do you think the dream is telling you?
Did you see symbols in the dream such as a building or a bike or a snake?
Did you feel confused by the sense of how real it was only to feel puzzled?
It can be so helpful to interpret the small symbols of the dream such as I was not wearing any clothes or I forgot my money or I was crying or we were doing something impossible such as flying or swimming in dangerous waters.
So the next time you feel you can't shake off that dream write it down and ask yourself why this was so real? What is the message behind it?
Have a reading with someone who can help you interpret the message that your subconscious is representing that you can perceive.
Different types of Dreams
Direct dreams - Easily understood and plain in their meaning.
Symbolic dreams - Could be interpreted through the mythical and cultural symbols they include.
Incubated dreams - they provide answers to sincerely asked questions.
Opposition Dreams - the opposite of the way the dreamer thinks or behaves when awake.
Thought dreams - reflect the dreamers waking thoughts.