Last Monday, September 10, 2018, we were informed that Hurricane Florence’s eye is in direct line of where I live – Jacksonville, North Carolina. My spirit guides kept telling me over and over, “Safe.” This is the dream I had Tuesday morning:
This blog post isn’t on the exact topic of dream interpretation, but on that weird state when you’re not awake, yet not asleep either. Back in the early nineties when I was studying hypnotherapy, my instructor mentioned how similar the feeling of being in-between sleeping and awakening is to the hypnotic state. In both cases you’re aware of your surroundings, are in a state of mind that is easier to accept suggestions; nonetheless, you clearly know what your values are and have the capacity to say no to anything harmful or bad behavior.
Our subconscious mind, Higher Source, or whatever you choose to call it uses this in-between state to pass on helpful information and messages to assist us through our life’s journey; in the same manner our dream messages do. In fact, during one of my hypnosis trainings, I slipped from a state of hypnosis back into a dream that I realized I dreamed the night before, yet forgot about the dream. Then a few minutes later I went back into hypnosis remembering bits and pieces of that forgotten dream. Pretty freaky, huh?
How do these messages appear to us? By the following four ways:
- Seeing a vision in your mind.
- Hearing a voice in your ear or head.
- Receiving an idea.
- Having an inner knowing this is the way to go.
Please don’t ignore this information as you wouldn’t have received it if wasn’t important. What types of messages could you receive? You may get messages to assist you with:
- Love life
- Or anything else you can think of.
The next time you receive input during your half-awake state, implement it as long as safe to do so. For example, if you hear to eat more protein, more than likely your body is in need of vital daily supplements. Or if you get a vision that a client doesn’t show up for his appointment in the afternoon, email or call him right away to confirm the appointment.
Last week, I received the message right before I awoken to reduce my online class How to Interpret Your Dreams at Teachable from $50.00 to $21.00. That’s a huge savings, plus you have a 30 day money back guarantee. I hope you enjoy the journey into the fascinating journey of the dreamland!
Our dreams of the nighttime give guidance in all areas of life, including our love life since it’s an important factor in our life. The majority of humans have an innate desire for a special love; some people make wise choices in a partner, while others make unwise choices in love. Dreams will give us guidance on whether or not a person is truly the right one through a variety of ways to help us interpret them. In this blog, I will give you two examples of dreams that illustrated the wrong one.
Dreams you have while sleeping that give solutions to your relationship obstacles.
You can get answers to the following questions:
Do you think your dreams are meaningless nonsense? Or do you have no idea what your dreams mean? Back in 1990, I thought my dreams were crazy without any understanding about their meaning. This changed when I started working with a therapist to aid me with my vivid dreams that eventually healed issues from my childhood. Working with my dreams have completely manifested a life filled with more self-esteem, spirituality, plus knowing who I am. The following are three ways my dreams have transformed my life.
Cleaning in a dream usually is symbolic of purging whatever is no longer needed; yet, it is also means that you are purifying something in your life. Scenes from a cleansing dream could be in the home, car, work, in the shower, and so forth. Here are three dream examples to help illustrate dreams of cleaning, two of them are mine.
Unresolved issues can create havoc in your life, yet getting an answer for your predicament during your waking life could prove to be impossible. At times, we, humans, focus on the problem causing us to become overwhelmed; therefore, any ideas towards resolutions are blocked.
Throughout history, people have been using their dreams to find answers to their dilemmas. Some of these famous people were Albert Einstein, Elias Howe, and Joseph was freed from slavery by the Egyptian Pharaoh to become a high-ranking advisor. A Canadian surgeon, Frederick Banting’s, mother died from diabetes, which inspired him to discover a cure. What is interesting is he had a dream where he watched surgery performed on the pancreas of a dog to block any nourishment from entering into the pancreas. This dream prompted him and his medical student, Charles H. Best, to do surgery on a dog’s pancreas and discovered the insulin in the hormones. Doing further experiments lead to using insulin to help cure diabetes. Frederick Banting and John Macleod were awarded a Nobel Prize in 1923. It’s truly amazing how that one dream led to aid an enormous part of the human population. Can you imagine if he never had that dream?