Month: March 2013
Dreams and their meanings have puzzled and intrigued man from the beginning of time.
They fall into three categories. Some dreams are products of your subconscious mind, some are symbolic messages or warnings from those in the spirit world and some are as a result of astral travelling.
Dreams which involve meeting and speaking to someone who has passed over can be due to astral travelling, in which you may meet up with a loved one whilst in sleep state. At times the feeling of deja-vu can be caused by visiting a place you have already been to in your ‘dreams’. Your spirit leaves your body and can travel in this world or the next, still attached to your body by a silver cord.
Whilst in the spirit world, people there are able to communicate with you. They may give you information, knowledge, warnings or advice. This information is then relayed along the silver cord, back to your brain, which receives it in picture form, rather like a TV, and so your dreams are formed. You must then interpret the meanings of these pictures to fully understand their meaning, which is often symbolic.
Recurring dreams can be quite common. If you have not realised the meaning of your dream you may be given it again and again until you interpret it successfully.
Although we dream every night, we forget far more dreams than we remember.We soak up the knowledge given to us whilst asleep rather like a sponge. When our spirit returns to our physical body however, our finite brain squeezes the sponge and much of what we learned is lost. The tiny drops of spiritual knowledge which remain are very precious and we should treasure rather than dismiss them.