I rarely think about this aspect of life but last night’s odd dreams I experienced prompted me to say a few words.
I know some who live by their dreams in many ways, taking them seriously and often as a compass. I never do – I merely allow my subconscious mind show me the thoughts I’m unaware of when having them. I rarely experience my dreams in detail but they tend to make themselves clear during the transitional periods of my life. Dreams are indicators of our where our subconscious minds are, allowing our limiting thoughts to surface and therefore, be resolved.
Dreaming is not a manifestation time – at most, it is the time during which signs can appear.
As a sign of an upcoming manifestation, one could ask for their dreams to reflect their desires. However, this still doesn’t mean that dreams decide in which direction a life will go – that is up to you and your state of awareness.
Dreams can be very useful in allowing limiting beliefs to appear and therefore, be resolved once we know where exactly the problem lies.
When dreams reflect one’s limiting beliefs, this is an indication that they’ve been given power with the help of one’s feelings. This is nothing to be alarmed about, as it is only a reminder to change one’s thoughts.
There are those who take their dreams too seriously – they tend to believe that everything seen during their sleep is to be taken as literal prophecy. This idea goes back to our dreams not being a deterministic reflection of our faith but alerting us to our undesirable thoughts instead. Thoughts can change any second, allowing less than desirable ones to leave and be replaced by the positive.
To be continued.