Each of us has had dreams at some point in our lives.
Not the goals that we wish to obtain, the night time sleeping movies in our minds.
I’ve often wondered what the meaning of those dreams was.
And would search fervently for some type of information to point me in towards the truth of the meaning.
I can’t interpret your dreams, however, a little insight into where they are coming from could be helpful for you to know the meaning.
As you are aware your mind has conscious thoughts and unconscious thoughts.
It’s the thoughts that we don’t know consciously that show up in our dreams.
I describe them as subliminal messages because they give you a peek into what your unconscious thoughts are.
We all worry, some of us less than others, yet we don’t always know where the fear stems from. You can interpret your dreams by looking at the key items you remember from them.
Sometimes they are fun and free, sometimes they are creepy and scary.
Yet when you set the intention to remember them in the morning when you wake you can grasp their meaning through your interpretations or look them up in a dream dictionary.
There are a lot of you who may not believe what I do, I encourage you to open your mind and see if these truths resonate with you.
I believe we are living simultaneous lives; we often refer to them as past lives.
These past lives can come to us in the form of dreams, we will tune into that reality or lifetime during our sleep.
We receive information on what needs to be healed, karmic energy that we’ve brought into this life, and much more.
The power to know and understand what happens in a dream can assist you in tuning into the energy of your previous life.
Your soul is tethered to these multiple lives, the energy you feel in these dreams can help you see patterns in this life that you can address so that you don’t continue to carry them.
It’s extremely important to pay close attention to symbols from your akashic record dreams and self-interpret them.
You are the only one who can know the true depths of your Akashic records.
Have you ever felt like you were flying in a dream?
Or as if freedom was the most powerful explanation of a dream you had?
We can go anywhere we want in our dreams and visit anyone we choose, living or deceased.
Most people wake from dreams like these and discuss how real a dream like this felt.
Being in this world and not of it gives us the gifts to explore beyond our human experience.
You might also describe this dream as having left your body, sometimes we see our bodies as we leave to travel.
It can be frightening and has woken me abruptly on occasion feeling as if I have fallen (even slammed) myself back into my body.
The point is sometimes we don’t know what our dreams mean, where they will take us or what part of us we are learning more about.
One last thought, if dreams are an illusion and hold as much weight to our waking lives, I can’t help but wonder if what we are creating in our lives and the impact it has on our souls…worth pondering.
See you in your dreams,