What an experience it was using BeLive.tv for the first time on Facebook Live based on my most popular blog yet, “Why am I dreaming of My Ex?” My friend and colleague, Tiffany White suggested using BeLive.tv since it has perks that Facebook Live doesn’t have. Tiffany uses it all the time for her Goldylocks Production radio and television shows.
I schedule the show, got a confirmation from BeLive.tv, which also asked if I had any questions. My question was if I could share the post from Pamela Cummins Author business page to my personal page while it was live. They responded, “Yes.”
You’ve awaken from an intense dream where you were with someone who is deceased. Was it just a dream or a visit? This happens more than you think; in fact, it’s really a common occurrence. Our departed loved ones visit us in a dream as it’s much easier for them to connect to us than when we are awake. People on the other side energies vibrate at a higher level since they’re not weighted down by the physical body low level vibration. We, Earthlings, dream in a higher frequency level, allowing the deceased to have effortless communication with us.
Let us go back to the question of whether it was an actual visit or just a dream. Usually a visit is a short dream without much action where words and/or feelings are being exchanged. While a regular dream often has action, symbolism, and might have a theme of unresolved issues. However; there are also dreams where there are mixtures of visits, signs, and activities for us to interpret the messages from the deceased. Frustrating, I know; yet who said communication with the departed or dream interpretation was easy. Even the most gifted medium receive messages that are open to interpretation or the client will only understand the meaning days, months, or even years after the reading.
My clientele ask me the blog title’s question quite often. If you broke up with someone recently or even a couple of years ago, it makes sense that you would dream about them. What truly baffles my clients are when they dream of an ex-lover from decades ago. Our dreams often help us process feelings, thoughts, as well as our true heart’s desire, which we are either in denial about or too busy during the day to acknowledge. Dreaming about an ex-mate is helping you heal.
Did you know that your dreams of the nighttime can help you with finding the right one by warning you about the wrong ones? We all know that dating or as my niece calls it “they are talking” can be a hassle, disappointing, or a nightmare! Ta dah, dream interpretation to the rescue. That’s right, your dreams can give major clues and insights whether this person is worth pursuing, red flags in the relationship, or potential danger.
Red Flag Dreams
One client told me of a dream where a man she was dating denied he was drinking a beer, yet he smelled of beer and behaved like he was drunk. Her dream was warning her that he wasn’t honest and probably had addiction issues.
“I saw a man in my dream who felt like my soul mate,” I have heard from my clients and radio callers when I hosted The Love Channel Show. The majority of these dreams occurred to women, although it happens to men too. Is it true? Are they really dreaming of their upcoming partner?
Yes, the majority of the times people really do dream of their upcoming significant other. Love’s energy often occurs before the couple comes into contact, whether it’s while you’re sleeping or that common intuitive feeling that you are going to meet someone special. Are you curious what the dreamer dreams about? Here’s some ways he/she could appear in your dreams: