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Dream Interpretation / “natural water slide”
« on: September 15, 2016, 10:39:36 AM »
I put this in from the comments section because of the story it tells us all - Tony

Krisanne Graff
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Submitted on 2016/09/14 at 6:12 pm

Hi, had a strange dream last night.. I was on a “natural water slide” path… I was actually in the water, the path split into several directions but I remember saying to myself in the dream… I’ve got my path or I’ve picked my path.. something like that. the water was flowing rather fast. I could see the “water path” but as I got closer it was obstructed with branches … what the heck does that mean?

Healing Dreams / I could breath again and felt I was whole
« on: April 15, 2016, 11:14:46 AM »
This dream was told me by a woman after I had given a talk on dreams.

She said, "I was in what looked like huge white ribs. In the ribs was a big heart beating. Beyond that was my homeopath. I could hardly breath, struggling to live. I could hear the heart beating, but as I listened I could also hear another heart beating. It seemed to me it was my sister's heart connected to my own invisibly. The homeopath came forward and stretching open the ribs, reached into them, took hold of the invisible heart - it was like a shadow behind the other heart - and pulled it out. Immediately I could breath again and felt I was whole. 

In everyday life I and my sister have been incredibly linked, even to the point of having cramps at night on the same nights, though living in different parts of the world. I had become ill recently out of this connection, but as soon as I had this dream I was well again, but my sister became ill. She has just been diagnosed as HIV positive and is dying." 

Thanks 'A'

General Discussion / Trip Rope of Failure
« on: January 14, 2016, 11:51:02 AM »
Dear Tony, 

I dreamt I failed my exams and my father was hitting me across the face with a brown envelope saying 'You've failed again and wasted all that money' - over £3000. In another dream I was sinking into the ground while relatives stood around not helping. 

 I've just taken some exams, and have to re-sit one of them. So I'm very worried, and hopeful you can help. 

 Margaret - Grimsby. 


General Discussion / The Universal Dream
« on: December 14, 2015, 09:46:27 AM »
Recently a woman sent me the following dream:

The dream is still very clear visually in my mind; in fact it was like looking at a picture that had been shown to me. I was shown this amazing place which I was told was my ex husbands home.  I was told it was a Mansion, and it was huge and very beautiful, but I have to emphasize, not in a worldly sense, full of beauty and light.  I saw that attached to it was a small dark, window-less hut, where he lived, as if in retreat, like a hermit. The mansion had no boundaries such as walls, as the hut did, but they were joined, and together were a whole unit. I cannot begin to describe what the Mansion was like because it was beyond description, but in writing this down the dream has become more vivid in my mind. I think this is the best description I can give it.

When I explored the dream I found it led me to a summary of many of my own past dreams; and that led to me to see that the dream was universal and applied to everyone.

We all live in a small dark window-less hut, which is the state of ourselves living in a body. Obviously that is only when we compare it with the mansion without boundaries - suggesting a multi dimensional self we all have but are largely unaware of.

I encourage you all to enter the dream by first being the windowless hut, and then the mansion - http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/acting-on-your-dream/#BeingPerson

I would love to hear from anyone who actually managed to explore the dream.


Dream Interpretation / Memory of Past Live
« on: September 01, 2015, 09:55:54 AM »
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Submitted on 2015/08/23 at 8:16 pm

Through having a brain injury which wiped most of my long term and all my short term memories, through the recovery process, I accidently gained access to memories of thousands of years of my past lives, before I finally regained most of my memories of this life again. Previously I had no belief that past life’s existed.

This experience suggests to me that our past lives are very much stored in our brains, perhaps in part of the 90% we commonly don’t use.

To know a lot about your past lives is an increadibly peaceful, opened and conscious state of being. I would like to know your thoughts / opinion on my experience if you have any thoughts?

With gratitude and love


Tony & Anna are taking a short break but will start again on the 25th of August

I dreamt of being near to a place that was haunted, and that a man was in trouble in the haunted place. 
I decided to go and see if I could sort out the problem. I walked down a slope to where the centre of the haunting existed. It was an open space with an old double-decker bus in it. The only person on the bus was a middle-aged man who was sitting on the top deck leaning out of a window on the right hand side of the bus. I stood beneath him and looked up. He was staring in a glazed way and didn’t see me. I could see and feel that he was being hit by fantasies or hallucinations by whatever was the source of the haunting. This invasion of his mind was grabbing his attention so fully that he wasn’t aware of his surrounding or of me. I was sure that if he went any deeper into this mind stuff he wouldn’t be able to pull out. I waved my hand in his line of vision and banged my hand on the bus to make a noise and get his attention. At first it didn’t seem as if I would bring him out of it, but after a while he looked at me. 
I shouted at him to pull out. I said that he had a wife and some more years of his life to live, so why lose himself into this entrancement. This didn’t seem to grab him so I shouted again and said that he would eventually slip into this empty mind world anyway - at death - so why not live with his wife the remaining years of his life. I was sure that if he lost awareness he would let himself starve. 
I was aware that what he desired was to slip away into the Buddhist void, into the awareness of the one life in which he lost any awareness of self. But I banged and shouted and he became more ‘present’. I then felt I had to confront whatever was the source of the powerful ‘haunting’ that was pulling him into the inner mind. I turned away from the man and saw just to my right a short distance from the bus an animal that was the ‘haunter’. It was a mammal of no particular type - a bit like a mixture of dog, rat and guinea pig. It seemed very ordinary and tame, and stood looking at me. I walked toward it and stretched out my hand. It was a tan colour with short fur and gave a feeling of being okay to approach, so I touched it to stroke. This was okay and I was thinking there was no problem when the creature leapt at my throat in a flash of movement and ripped my throat out. 
This sounds disturbing but I simply observed this and thought to myself that stroking and trying to be friendly was no way of dealing with this thing. It was as if I was in command of the imagery in that I simply formed another body. The creature ripped out my throat again and dived into my body to eat it. The only way that felt as if I might deal with the creature was to have the meditative state of not having any goals, as in Buddhism, and not feeling panic at it’s attacks. In fact apart from the gory imagery, there was nothing to be frightened of, as the creature was only attacking my dream image of myself. As I wasn’t identified with this, it couldn’t hurt me. That was the end of the dream. 

Dream Interpretation / Something to Remember
« on: March 04, 2015, 08:34:49 AM »
This is a description of a very powerful lucid experience

At the end of burning through all the imagery, and the recognition of what an extraordinary thing that was, I stood in the middle of something that I did not at first recognise and so was once more caught up in. What I mean by this is that my nakedness burnt through image after image, emotion after emotion, but suddenly one came that appeared to be real to me and so I was carried along by it, became lost in it. And what I became lost in was the sense of purposelessness that I see as underlying much of our culture, and also one of the big driving forces in being consumers. In imagery this was like looking around and seeing okay, I am this naked consciousness, but so what? Here I stand in the middle of rather grubby and ugly streets and houses. Here I exist in the middle of a culture whose games have no great quality to excite me. Is that all I am? Is there nothing else?

What is important here is that for many of us the meaninglessness, the purposelessness, is as real as bricks and mortar.

The experience of being naked awareness, of burning through image after image, feeling after feeling, viewpoint after viewpoint, left a great impression. Out of it realisations were emerging. The major one was that there is no danger in being awake in ones dreams, but one must beware, or be aware of, the fact that sometimes, as happened with myself in meeting the feeling of pointlessness, one can become possessed by the image, at least for a while. When that happens the image, the emotion, the viewpoint takes on a concrete reality, a supreme sense that there is nothing beyond it. Perhaps a way of describing this is to say that if you could imagine that you are standing in an open space, and by some trick of technology an image of a house is built around you, with walls, furniture, windows, etc. If you can imagine that you discover in imagery that the doors are locked, then you are completely trapped. But you are trapped by nothing but what you take to be real.

Perhaps the central secret of this is that what happens in life and in our dreams is that what we do tend to see as real is created out of our own mind stuff. It is created out of our own emotions, our own fears and hopes. There is no way out of that unless we recognise the material it is made out of it is the energy of consciousness.

This is so like the ending scenes in the film Matrix, that I am sure whoever wrote the script had a profound awareness of this. The hero of Matrix breaks through the surface appearance of things and enters into the very programming of the apparent world around him. This is what happens when we wake up to what underlies all our experience whether as a physically external world, or as our own dream world.

The point is that whatever we believe we are; whatever we believe the world is; it becomes that because we create it out of our mind stuff. I am not suggesting that the external world is a figment of our imagination. What I am saying is that our feelings about it, our perception of it, are shaped by our own innate nature. Truly, the Buddhist search for Moksha, or freedom/liberation, does arise by recognising that all experiences are a play of consciousness.

Perhaps the central secret of this, is what happens in life and in our dreams is that what we tend to see as real what is created out of our own mind stuff. It is created out of our own emotions, our own fears and hopes. There is no way out of that unless we recognise the material it is made out of it is the energy of consciousness - our own thoughts, beliefs and convictions. See http://dreamhawk.com/approaches-to-being/questions-2/#Victim also see http://dreamhawk.com/approaches-to-being/martial-art-of-the-mind/ and


From Erica,
I totally agree with this process of letting go and following your life stream. A few years back I went through a series of events that were very stressful and life changing. At the time I did not realize that my reaction to these events was my life stream. I had a month or so of work and did not have to repress my reactions. During this time I did what ever physical activity my body requested. The toughest part was not allowing others reactions to alter your flow. I just had to stop caring what others thought and just be. I may have appeared to be on something but I was not. By letting go of the pre-dispositioned concepts that had kept me prisoner in my own body were now being released; if I felt like crying I cried, if I felt like skipping I skipped, if I wanted to talk to someone who attracted me I did. I had finally accepted my need to express myself and stopped judging myself. I had more energy and drive to live than ever before. Also my intuition was so powerful I found my fathers eye glass lens in a snow covered yard!! He had no idea where it had fallen or where he lost it, but I was confident it was within my reach. I then quieted my inside voice and imagined what it would feel like in my hand and without even looking for it I walked to a place in the yard, bent over and picked it up!! I will never forget that and neither will he. Once you are free the knowledge and wisdom are just there. But there are a few things that can take it all away from you: 1) fear 2) following anothers path and not your own 3) envy 4) hatred 5) jealousy. See we all live in a place called society that is constructed to repress our true nature and mold us to be predictable (controlled). We are then fed ideals that are not our own so we think that this is all there is and that everything has already been discovered and experienced. We as individuals were born with many gifts and they are still there, but we first have to accept ourselves as we are and tell yourself “it’s ok to be me” and ” I love me”. And remember that what you feel is real and to go with it. When we repress our life stream it is because we didn’t know it even existed. Also one more thing proper nutrition with lots and lots of water and exposure to sunlight will assist in making you strong enough to be yourself…health #1! Thank you for your article Tony it has helped me to remember how to find my life stream again. Stress and societies expectations had caused me to forget.

Tony suggests seeing http://dreamhawk.com/approaches-to-being/lifes-little-secrets/

Dream Interpretation / A dream about seven faces triangle
« on: January 21, 2015, 09:01:01 AM »
This was posted on  dreamhawk Facebook page. But because of its interest I transferred it here.

Irina Maarek
Jan 17th, 1:35am
Hello Mr.Crisp,
I had a dream about seven faces triangle ,
I saw how all six side of this triangle built up with out my help, the last 7-th part(face) I was holding in my hand, then I put this last7-th part with all other and the shape was complete and then number 7 suddenly appeared on the triangle and the number had very bright light .At the same time some kind of code appeared too , this code is 33Cl13

I dreamed about it one year ago and I have some idea about interpretation ,also I like read dream interpretation on your web site . Strange things about it is that I never tried to contact you before for help me interpret this dream , but today I feel as I must to do it (I know it's sound crazy ) and some how you can help me to understand the meaning of this dream .

I would be very grateful if you choose to respond to this email and anyway thank you for sharing a great information on your web site .
Ps. Sorry for my English:)

Dream Interpretation / Sexual Murder
« on: December 28, 2014, 12:46:51 PM »
Dreamt that I seemed to be in Victorian or Edwardian era. A child had seen ghosts. It was a secret though. It mustn't tell because it would incriminate or give away a young man and woman. An older man in their presence cleverly questioned the child - suggests more than questioned. The child relives the scene it saw - a room full of men’s hips and legs with the trunk cut off and missing. I feel this means psychological cut off. 

The scene is now an Edwardian type brothel. I am witnessing, at first somewhat repulsed. A man is on a double bed with an erect penis being played with - sort of ping-pong game. As I watched there is some suggestion of a girl who was injured by “therapy murder”.  The man is judged as ready and the woman in charge moves to him to complete sexual intercourse. 

Now the girl is undressed and shows me the enormous scar at the lumbar region. At first I see this through filmy knickers. She says it has been opened up by sexual intercourse. As I look she takes her pants off and a terrible scar lies across her spine. It must have originally severed her spine to cause the sort of cut off hips and legs of the men. She tells me this is the result of the attack of “therapy murder”. Her experience must have been terrible I feel, because the marks of her pants and jeans are burnt into her skin like she has been near a Hiroshima type explosion. 

Dream Interpretation / I may have cracked it!
« on: December 08, 2014, 10:08:32 AM »
This is taken from the many replies posted on the dream dictionary pages.

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Submitted on 2014/12/08 at 9:12 am
Dear Tony: Greetings. With reference to your guidance to me on 28 June 2014, I’m writing to let you know that, as always, I very much feel thankful for your time and suggestions you have given me. In the past months, I have tried to do as you suggested which it was only this morning though that I really feel I may have cracked it. I feel I better understand what happened and feel happier, and importantly, feel free from pains and anger I had in me and with myself! Thank you so much for your help and your time. Many happy returns for all the kindness you’ve shown in helping others whom you have not even met or known. I wish you Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Dream Interpretation / A dream interpreted with the help of a group
« on: December 05, 2014, 10:59:43 AM »
I had a dream that I worked on with the group’s help. In the dream I am walking along a corridor with a woman. I do not know who she is, and even in the dream she was rather shadowy. The corridor had the feeling of being in some sort of conference centre. I don’t know where we were walking. The main thing was that a man was hurrying toward us. He was short, well built, not quite to the point of being fat. His age was about mid fifties, and he was almost bald on the top of his head. His only garment was a light coloured jacket that came down to his mid thighs. It was rather like a martial arts jacket.

As he hurried toward us I had the impression he was slightly late for some seminar. In fact when he arrived at a door to our right that we were approaching along the corridor he stopped, opened it wider, and looked in. He seemed to see the teacher or guru - I had the definite sense it was a yoga or Eastern seminar inside the room. Pausing he stood in front of the open door and with feet fairly wide apart, bowed his head right to the floor, with hands held in a salute. This presented his bare behind to our view. His clean and hairless rectum was very evident. In writing this down though, I realise there was no view of genitals.

Dream Interpretation / Small crocodile in grandmother's closet.
« on: November 13, 2014, 01:43:07 PM »
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Submitted on 2014/11/12 at 1:49 pm
last night i had a dream of a very small alligator/ crocodile. It wasnt a baby though, more like a mini alligator/crocodile. In my dream myself and some family members had discovered it in a closet in my grandmothers home. The alligator/crocodile had a wire covering over its snout to prevent it from biting or snapping. We were all very curious of it and we eventually let it roam freely in my grandmothers backyard. I’m wondering what this dream could signify?

Questions about dreams / The Diverse opinions of psychics/channelors
« on: November 12, 2014, 09:27:07 AM »
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Submitted on 2014/11/11 at 1:46 pm | In reply to Tony Crisp.
Great! You know Tony, what confuses me is how so many channelers say when we die, all the pain goes away, physical, mental, emotional- there is only love. I am sure that is true, but it is confusing when I read the works here you compiled, not to mention the Spiritists organizations(Astral City movie) channeled works verses some such as Esther Hicks and Kryon (Tuning In movie) who talk about how people like (exmpl) Hitler co-created with the Jewish people and go back to the otherside applauded for their part in the play, the “experience,” One channeler told me there are no consequences, no lost souls, only love. There must be more going on that is not being revealed because the energies we create are vibrationally equal to the exsistance we find ourselves in after death, so i believed. Does it immediately go away after the transition, example would be the pain and suffering that came out of tragedy, or is it just about the experience? NDE’s experience good things but a handful do not. It doesn’t make sense if there are realms such as these we go through that match our emotional vibrations. It is all channeled information so aren’t the messages suppose to come from the same Source when it doesn’t seem to match or is something missing? Some say suicide is ok we can choose and others say we are cutting the lesson short and it is not the law. Somethings I have been contemplating and doing research on. Any thoughts? If you have the time.. Blessings

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