Dreams Are The Alternative We Are Most Aware Of

Dreams are the alternative level of mind most of us know best, and the main factors of this level are that you experience yourself in a full surround virtual reality. We are used to recognising symbols such as a red cross to represent an organisation. Such a symbol links with all aspects of the organisation so could be enormously enlarged in its associations. But we are less expert at realising that a person, an animal or a place in our dream can also depict a mass of our experience. The drama or events of the dream are a many dimensional expression of your personality, its many facets – sexuality, ambition, fear, etc – along with how you relate to life events.
No computer, however amazing, can yet do what your mind does in creating a dream. It produces a living being such as a dream character that can have a conversation with you, and in doing so draw spontaneously from huge areas of your experience or memories. Behind the image lies enormous data, emotional response and created patterns of behaviour. So the main thing to remember at this level is that you are in a full surround databank of fantastic information. You can tap this information just as you would with any person, by asking questions and prodding for a response. But, even the trees and animals in your dreams are also enormous reservoirs of information, linking back perhaps infinitely with your potential and experience.


-Maria Hernandez 2016-09-23 22:05:11

My 24 year old son passed away 6 years ago. I had a dream of him last night, as a 6-8 year old child, he was in school and in trouble, because of a family friend who had given him drugs to sell. I was trying to get my sons attention and he wouldn’t even look at me. I went to him grabbed him and held him as he kicked his feet in the air. I held him close until he leaned his head on my shoulder and was relaxed. I woke up crying… what does this mean?

    -Tony Crisp 2016-09-26 8:57:12

    Maria – Our dream self, our Core self, literally is not limited to our body’s senses, but experiences life in a different dimension often beyond time and space.

    So, whatever way I consider your dream, it is about a deep and transforming connection you had with your son.

    In dreams we tend to put pictures or images collected from everyday experiences to put an interpretation on our formless dreams. We do this because we tend to have an experience of the world based on our body senses, and our dreams and communications from the dead come from a very different environment, so we put it in images and ideas we understand. See http://dreamhawk.com/dream-dictionary/practical-techniques-for-understanding-your-dreams/#DreamMeaning


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