When Dreaming Leads to Knowing
The answers to our questions are one shut-eye away
Have you ever had one of those nights, filled with so many different dreams that kept coming and coming, creating a whole commingled mess that caused you to wake up feeling confused and disoriented? You know there is a message in there somewhere but you cannot seem to be able to figure it out? And as a result, it’s like you are holding a ball of tangled strings that every time you pull on one to find an end, you end up making the ball tighter?
I had such a night recently and I found myself, during the day, going back to these dreams trying to decipher them. It was to no avail. I finally passed the job over to my subconscious mind, asking it for assistance since I knew it was more than able to solve my dream riddles.
Why do we even dream? The literature is replete with suppositions as to the whys and the wherefores.
We dream to connect our astral body to the astral world. Here we get to interact with our spirit guides, ancestors, angels, and other members of the spiritual realm. It is one of the easiest ways to make contact since during sleep we have no resistance to what, if we look through the lenses of the physical realm, we may not understand and can explain. During sleep, we become accepting of all possibilities.
For many of us, our ancestors use this opportunity to speak with us and send messages. Some of these we remember on awakening, others we don’t but everything is stored in our subconscious mind and during meditation or any quiet time, we are able to access the information.
The real deal is when we make a direct connection with Source Intelligence, we then get to know what this life is about.
We see living for what it is.
We understand that we are spirits having a human experience.
We accept the immortal part of us.
We realize that this plane is not our home.
We know that one day we will return to be part of this cosmic energy.
We dream, we live, and we wait.
I. Trudie Palmer
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