We can learn a lot about ourselves and the world through our dreams.
By paying attention to our dreams, we can receive support and guidance to work through current issues that we face as well as look into possible future events. If we ignore the clues presented to us in dreams several times, we may be presented with a nightmare dream. This is done to get our attention so that we take action. Although nightmares are scary to us, if we allow the nightmare dream to unfold, we can get more out of the experience than from a regular dream. Many times, the scary creature in a nightmare can transform into our helper and close friend. When you meet a scary creature in your dream, don’t run away. Instead ask the creature a question such as “What do you want from me?”.
Keep a dream journal. Give your dream a voice by writing it down in as much detail as possible. Drawing pictures is also a helpful tool. Include the date of the dream and also create a title. Identify an intention prior to sleep, such as “I’d like to remember a dream” or “I’d like to know if I should take that job”. The rules that apply in waking life do not apply in dream life. For example, we can fly in our dreams. Explore your dreams and learn valuable lessons along the way that you can apply directly to your waking life.
And now for a deeper meaning about dreams…
“Dreams show us the spiritual causes of illness and disease.” – Robert Moss
(below is a 2:05 minute video delving deeper on this quote)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WNkt1-j3Lg