Did you know that one dream can have more than one interpretation, just like a symbol? Which is why I’m using 3 interpretations for a work dream to showcase this point; however, there could be more possible interpretations, especially when you allow time to reveal even more. Sometimes when interpreting a client’s dream, I will receive a gut feeling for one main meaning. Although, often intuitively I know two or three different interpretations are accurate for a client’s in-depth email dream interpretation.
Sheila feels alarmed upon awaking from a dream that she’s pregnant! Does this mean that Sheila is going to have a baby? Not necessarily, as pregnancy dream meanings have many possible interpretations depending on the dreamer’s feelings, life experience, and present/future circumstances. Dreaming of being pregnant can even happen to men, whether it’s them or their partner.
What does it mean if you’re having a dream about drinking alcohol? Does using drugs in a dream mean that you have an addiction? Dream symbols are unique to each dreamer depending on their past/present experiences and problems. Therefore, drinking and drugging dreams can have hundreds of meanings. For example, a teetotaler dream will have a completely different message than someone who drinks and uses drugs daily.
Since I’m in the process of creating an oracle deck for dream interpretation, I’ve been checking out different oracle and tarot decks. I came across an article on Cosmopolitan about best tarot decks, where the columnist states to cancel your tarot deck reading and do it yourself. Hmm, I thought, this could also apply to DIY dream interpretation. However, there’s truth and untruth to DIY; hence, the reason I wrote this blog post.
Someone asked the following questions about dream messages in a Facebook group that I belong to. Since other people could be pondering the same questions, I decided to do a blog post of this person’s inquires and my answer.
The following blog post, My Dad’s Dream is from Julie Saillant, who had me as a guest on her podcast. During the interview the subject of dreams of the deceased popped up and Julie mentioned her father’s experience with dreaming regarding his wife. What a fascinating story! And I’m very grateful that she shared it with us as some of you may relate to it. Here’s Julie’s narrative:
Are you like me and love oracle cards? Perhaps you always wanted to create an oracle card deck, but never knew how, where to start, or if you wanted to dedicate the time. I can relate! I’ve been wanting to create a dream interpretation oracle deck, received messages from my angels to do it, and heard it from two psychics. Yet I waited for the perfect timing, which is now.
In this blog post, I will give you the information that I’ve researched so far on the how-tos of creating an oracle deck to save you research time. This blog is packed with information for creating an Indie deck that is accurate to the best of my ability. If you are interested in having your deck published through a publisher, here are three publishers to help you on your journey – U.S. Games, Schiffer Publishing, and Beyond Words. Warning – it’s not an easy process to go with a publisher and you won’t have the free range of creativity as you would as an Indie.
When a pet dies it’s always painful, whether the pet is a cat, dog, bird, hamster, snake… It’s not uncommon dreaming of a deceased pet, but is it a visitation or another dream category? I’ve written about this topic for departed fathers and mothers; however, there are people who feel pets aren’t as important as people and/or have no soul. Yet, death affects everyone differently and who are we to judge someone’s grief, whether it’s a human or pet? Dreams about our pets help ease our pain.
Dogs are man’s best friends and also very popular among women; therefore, it’s no surprise that dogs will appear in our dreams. Yet, just as there are many different types of dog breeds, there are many possibilities of dog dream meanings. This is why interpreting your dog symbol can have many different messages depending on the feelings within the dream, past experiences, present situations, and possible future circumstances.
This blog was taken from part of a free class that I did on Learn It Live. What’s not included in this post is the examples I used to provide more details on each of the three dream category, four vital facts of how dreams increases your spiritual/personal growth and the three A’s. To watch the thirty minute class and discover how to grow with spiritual dreams, please click Dream Interpretation Increases Spirituality.