Sweet dreams are made of this, Who am I to
I travel the world and the seven seas, Everybody’s looking for
Dreams are a great tool to use
to connect with your subconscious, other realms and deity. However, the messages are rarely clear cut,
and it’s often difficult to discern if it’s truly a message or simply that over
spiced taco you had for dinner. Then
there are those of us (me included) who rarely remember dreams at all. It can be very disheartening to listen to
tales from others who have dreams that occurred over several nights and are
recalling them in detail.
Keep a dream journal
anyway. Even if upon wakening you can
only recall a person, a color, a location, jot it down. What you remember is usually the key…the one
clue you need to decipher the message.
If ever you wake and find you clearly remember the dream, you will be so
glad you have that paper and pen on your nightstand to scribble away. I have found over the years that if I recall a
dream, I better pay close attention. For
me, a remembered dream had better be remembered.
There are also hundreds of
books that you can use for a reference as to what various objects mean. Use these books lastly, if at all. YOU are the key as to what the objects that
appear in your dream mean. Trust your
instincts. For example, often you will
read that if you dream of flying in an airplane it signifies travel…either
physically or you are reaching a higher level of knowledge or spirit. If however you are scared to death of flying,
or someone close died in an airplane crash, there is certainly something else
going on. What that object means to YOU
should always be the first question. If
you are stumped, then check with other sources and see if it resonates. Jot it down in your dream journal and see if
a pattern develops. Alone, that one
symbol may not make any sense, but in a bigger context it just may.
Don’t ever think of yourself as
a “lesser” witch if you simply don’t remember your dreams. Everyone dreams, whether they can recall them
upon wakening or not. The messages are
still getting through to your subconscious.
As I first said, dreams are a tool, but only one of many.