How do you feel about dreams? Have you ever had a shared dream when you tell the person involved your dream and he or she dreamt something similar? Do you think these dreams have some significance and if so, do you try to figure out what it means?
I do, most of the time, because it doesn’t happen very often. It’s the same with recurring dreams. Most people have one which keeps on coming back. Usually until something in your life is changed or resolved.
And then we have the dreams that are not dreams, but a form of astral travel and sometimes it’s hard to figure out which is which.
This last week I’ve been having a lot of dreams. You know, the ones where the hills are alive with the sound of music. Dolby digital surround sound and kick ass Oscar award winning visual effects.
The rub is, they’re always stuffed with symbolism and leave you to put the pieces of the puzzle together. Not an unpleasant task, but a trying one nonetheless.
Google is of course a blessing created by some devine inspiration, but it’s also a maze with a million sidetracks, so you can run around in circles forever without finding the ‘right’ information. I’ve done a lot of research already, but I always keep coming back to my own intuition. Unfortunately, that too is not foolproof. My ego and my own desires get in the way of course, so to trust fully on your instincts isn’t a bad idea, but one you should handle with care.
Sometimes it helps to ask the input of others, sometimes it helps to go to the place of your dream if it’s a real place you can visit. Or you could try and visit it again through meditation.
But maybe it’s time to go back, maybe it’s time to let others in and experience this magical place through their eyes. Maybe I’m the one holding back, maybe, just maybe 🙂
Until next week peeps, may your dreams be rich and magical.