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Three Types of Dreams

Every Dream is unique to each dreamer.

Some Dreams only give you pieces of information, symbols or clues.  Like jigsaw puzzles, math problems or word associations, you have to figure them out.

All Dreams give a feeling.  What is important is the feeling you experienced from the Dream.  The feelings are your clues.  With every feeling-clue you solve and resolve you are freer.  When you live free you are connected to the Spiritual Realm of Heaven.

These are three types of Dreams I experience:  (I don’t use scientific terms.)     

The first one you are involved in and participating in – you are living it.  These let you EXPERIENCE what is taking place.  These allow you the ability to change:  the way you reacted, the way you handled the situation or something you said.  (Better prepared having lived it)

The second one you cannot participate in – you can only watch it (even if you are watching yourself).  These let you OBSERVE what is taking place.  These allow you to prepare for or affect the outcome.  (Better prepared having seen it)

The third one is a voice speaking to you – you heard it  (the surroundings don’t matter).  These give you KNOWLEDGE by direct information.  These allow you to choose your direction or action.  (Better prepared for knowing it)

All three types give you past, present or future information.

Remember, between Heaven and Earth there’s only a zone.  Nothing is Hidden, All Things are Known.

 

 

Did you have a Dream last night?  Did you write it down or dismiss it?

Dreams are Heavenly messages that provide us with information important for our lives, for our Highest Good.  They give us direction when we’re at a fork in the road and faced with choices.  Dreams give us Guidance and answers to questions no one on earth can answer.

Most often, we experience them while we sleep, because it is then that our Spirit is quiet and at Peace.  That’s when our mind is not bombarded with verbiage from the world or busy with daily thoughts of what has to be accomplished.  Both block the open flow of information.

Dreams can also come to us during the day in the form of a thought or idea shot into our mind, (sometimes) disrupting our concentration, and transporting us to another place.  Have you ever been “tugged” into a thought causing all else around you to no longer exist?  These are split second Dreams, gifts from the Spiritual Realm, a place where there is no criticism only Encouragement and Unconditional Love.

If not written down, Dreams can disappear in a split second.  Like letting go of the string attached to a helium balloon; it floats away.  The string is your paper and pen, and the helium balloon is your Dream.

Set your morning alarm an extra 15 minutes earlier to give yourself time before you start your day.  Put a pad and pen next to your bed at night so you can reach it in the dark.  Say a few prayers as you close your eyes or make a declaration of thankfulness.  In the morning, turning on the light can make your Dream disappear.  If your room is already lit, cover your eyes with one hand; look forward through your closed eyelids, sit as still as you can.  You will be able to see the Dream or parts of it again as if watching a movie film, sometimes in the rewind mode.  Get writing with your other hand as you’re watching/recalling it.  Don’t worry about how you’re writing on the page.  Jot down everything you see and can remember so you don’t loose it.  You can always fill in and finish it later with greater detail.

We all are Spiritual Beings living in a physical world.  Your Soul is your personality:  the way you think, act, speak, and treat others.  It is who you portray to the world you are.  We are connected to both realms.  So, you can say we have a foot in both worlds.  It is the Spiritual world we travel in after we put our physical bodies safely to bed.  Your Dreams are the recollections of where you’ve been and what you’ve seen and experienced.

The Secret is writing Truthfully:  truthful of what took place in the Dream, truthful of how you acted, truthful of what you said, and truthful of how you felt.

When you get in tune with yourself through Truth, it is then that you can understand the Spiritual Realm and its messages.