Dreaming is a part of life. Everyone dreams. They dream for as long as they live. Even unborn babies dream in their mother’s womb. Dreams are the roots for the state yet to come. Dream is an event that takes place in the world of mind when the whole physical body has gone to rest.
Dreams are the gateway to an inner world, a world just as real as the one outside. Dreams inform us in a visual language about repressed experiences and other process of the unconscious. Dream images and activities, however strange and even meaningless they may seem, show symbolic structures.
Dreams became psychotherapy’s most important aid in exploration of the unconscious. Knowledge of the meaning of these symbols is of great assistance in the interpretation of your sweetest and most dreadful dreams.
Dreams have been a mystery to us since Adam first breathed life. The substance of legends, myth and fairy tale, dreams has always fascinated mankind. We can learn much from our dreams, if we only but listen with a trained ear. There is nothing psychic about understanding dreams. There is a certain degree of intuition, coupled with logic and a working knowledge of dreaming involved though.
What type of dream are you dealing with?
To interpret your dreams, you need to determine what type of dream you are dealing with. There are two categories that they fit into, those that are generated from within your physical body and mind and those that come from your spirit guides or tutors. They have different purposes and it’s necessary to recognize what these differences mean to you and how they interact in your waking and dreaming state.
Two main categories:
Dreams that originate with the physical body are for your functioning and survival in the world of physical nature. They deal with your physical and psychological well being. These dreams are like your manager and janitor who try to keep body and mind tidy for your general well being.
Then, there are those dreams that have a mystical and special characteristic to them which are for your spiritual development and progress. They produce instant knowledge and information that is beyond your ability to garner through intellectual or logical methods.
Why you get information when you sleep?
When you are asleep, so is the physical component of your self. The five senses, smelling, tasting, feeling, seeing, and hearing, and your ego, the controlling master, are all temporarily suspended from activity. Sleeping allows the other sense that you have, the sixth sense, to take over for awhile with out much interference. This is when both the physical body and your spiritual essence can perform maintenance simultaneously to help unwrinkled parts of your life. It’s ironic that this is the state of being that psychics and mediums practice for years to achieve, and everyone enters it every time they fall asleep.