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#1 Posted on
4/16/2009 3:09:16 AM
by Lilith
Dreamtime is many things - amongst which are that it acts as a gateway between the conscious and subconscious, and that it brings us solutions to issues that we face on a daily basis. Do you remember your dreams - if so, do you pay attention to them?
#2 Posted on
4/16/2009 3:59:40 AM
by Bonnie
I am very blessed, in that I am able to remember my dreams. I keep a dream journal, so that I can refer back to a dream that I might not have understood when I had it. I have also learned that I can ask my Higher Self to clarify a dream that I only understood part of. Dreamtime is a wonderful tool of empowerment!
#3 Posted on
4/21/2009 10:21:21 PM
by apple
I wish I could remember my dreams. Great idea to keep a journal next to the bed, but somehow always forget to do it. Amazing how rich and vivid dreams can be, but how quickly those images fade once you wake up. Especially when your mind shifts so quickly to the tasks and stresses of the day ahead - feed the kids, walk the dog, get to work, drop off dry cleaning, etc. We should all take a moment to reflect on our dreams.
#4 Posted on
4/22/2009 4:17:32 PM
by Ken
I also keep a journal and the first thing I do is try to remember my dreams and note them. I don't always remember though
#5 Posted on
4/23/2009 9:12:02 AM
by Pat
This is good information about keeping a journal. I will start doing that.
#6 Posted on
4/28/2009 5:32:41 PM
by mariposa
Does anyone have dreams about people from the past? Does this mean you are really dreaming of this person or are they representative of something else? I rarely remember my dreams, but the ones I remember often have a friend from a long time ago or even a deceased family member. What does this mean?
#7 Posted on
4/29/2009 10:15:42 AM
by Ken
For the dreams that I remember it's always about someone who means something to me, either from my past or someone I see regularly. If it's someone from my past it always seem as if they are trying to remind me of something. Sometimes I dream about things we did many years ago and it brings back sometimes good memories and sometimes painful memories.
#8 Posted on
5/4/2009 11:04:19 AM
by Pat
I wanted to let you all know that I am now keeping a dream journal and it's helping a lot. When I first wake up I go straight to my journal. I find I am remembering most of my dreams. Sometimes parts are confusing but I write them down the way I remember them. Now all I have to do is find someone to help me interpret them.
#9 Posted on
5/4/2009 11:30:13 AM
by Ken
Pat, there is a dream interpretation category found under Psychics and Mediums. I am sure you can find someone there to help you.
#10 Posted on
5/11/2009 4:02:14 PM
by Bonnie
Apple - Perhaps you could try this - before you go to bed, give yourself the message that you would like to remember your dreams. This little bit of "auto suggestion" works wonders! :) The images frm dreams do fade quickly - it is a good idea to keep a small notebook (or a tape recorder) by your bed to record what you remember of your dreams - and your reactions to them. We need to allow ourselves a few moments to do this when we wake up, before the throes of our daily life takes over! ;-) Ken - try giving yourself a small nudge to remember your dreams before you go to sleep. This works wonders! :) Pat - I know that you will enjoy keeping a dream journal! And you will be surprised at the images that your "dream maker" brings to you. :) Mariposa - Dreams about things or people fromthe past are very interesting. They may be coming to us because we need a hug from life (good memories do this for us), or they may represent something that we are missing in a person or issue in the present. For instance, if we are very interested in someone, and are not quite recognizing that there is a major void int he relationship, we may dream of someone from our past that carries the qualities that the current person is missing. There is also the chance that we are dreaming of someone because we are in their thouhgts. This is why dream journals are handy - we can make notes in them about how we feel about our dreams. :) Ken - your comments on dreams seem to bear this out. Pat - how cool that you are now keeping a dream journal! There are online classes that will help with dream interpretation, and there are sites that list dream symbols and what they mean. There are also excellent books out there. But in the end, the dream is yours, it comes from your experiences, and the best interpreter is you! (Ken - Thanks for mentioning our dream interpretation catregory!)
#11 Posted on
5/26/2009 3:54:04 PM
by mariposa
My three year old daughter has been telling me that every night she "dreams of water." When I ask her what she dreams, she says water comes and goes everywhere. She says it covers all the houses and goes up over the roofs. As far as I know, she has never seen this image on television or anything. Do you think this is a past life thing, a prophetic dream (I hope not), or just an amazing imagination? She has mentioned it about three times this past week.
#12 Posted on
6/1/2009 4:54:21 AM
by Dani
Mariposa - It does not sound as if your daughter is afraid of the dream, which is good. Water refers to the unconscious, I believe, and flowing water is a very good sign of information coming through. Houses refer to our physical body - at least, that is what I was taught. My feeling here is that your yound daughter is coming into some wisdom on a psychic level, and that her dreams are preparing her for this. It may well be that she is coming into her own psychic ability. This is a wonderf ul thing! :) Dani
#13 Posted on
6/17/2009 2:31:00 PM
by Marcey
Pat - There are all kinds of books on interpreting dream symbols, and all kinds of Internet sites on the subject. My personal feeling is that the definitions of dream symbols in books are a good place to start, but that we have to see what that image or symbol means from the perspective of our own life experiences. Universal symbols/Archetypes + life experiences = a dream interpreted. :) Marcey
#14 Posted on
7/8/2009 11:57:16 AM
by mariposa
Dani - Thanks for your interpretation about my daughter's dream about the water coming into house. It would not surprise me to learn that she is coming into her own psychic abilities. Sometimes she completely shocks me with the things she says. She knows how I feel without me saying a word. I truly cannot fool her about anything!
#15 Posted on
7/20/2009 4:19:17 AM
by Bonnie
Mariposa - How great that your daughter is cming into her gifts! All you have to do is be open to discussing them with her, so that she views them as a legitimate part of life. :) Blessings, Bonnie
#16 Posted on
7/24/2009 10:57:30 AM
by korah
I always remember my dreams, and for most of them i know what they mean and could use them in real life. Many deceased people come to me in my dreams, talk to me, ask me for different things and give me clues of what is coming. I could write novels based on the complexity of dreams i've had, even sequels for 2-3 nights in a row.