I had a compelling dream that led to Lenormand cards! It was a combination of a solution and precognitive dreams. Plus, this interesting dream showcased how a symbol can be a play on words and how the amount of time varies to reveal a precognitive message.
The idea to do a blog about dream meanings for boundary setting came from a recent post I did on LinkedIn. A connection commented how she never thought making boundaries would appear in a dream. However, our daytime actions may trigger nighttime dreams, while giving solution steps to take. Here’s the quote from my first book, Psychic Wisdom on Love and Relationships.
Since the warmer weather is approaching in the States, I felt it would be appropriate to write a blog about summer dream meanings to help readers with dream interpretation. For this post, I will look at the possible positive and negative dream meanings for summer. It’s important to remember that these are general meanings.
The idea to write a blog post on how to have sweet dreams was prompted by my own recent pleasant dream, which you can read towards the end. Wishes for sweet dreams occur every night around the world for billions of people. Why? To keep from having a nightmare.
Losing a loved one is very painful, which is why precognitive dreams for an upcoming death can help prepare you. In this post, you will learn how to tell if your death dream is truly predicting a death. Then I will use examples of my personal dreams to demonstrate how they warned me of my cat Merlin’s death.
But first I would like to point out that is common for people to have dreams of their deceased loved ones after they pass. This is why my blog posts in the category dreams of the deceased receive a ton of visits every day. I recently read that precognitive dreams for an upcoming death rarely happen. Which makes me shake my head as I had predicted death dreams for my mother and two cats, Midnite and Merlin. If I can have these dreams, I know others have them, too.
The idea of doing a blog on fart dream symbols and meanings was inspired by a dream I recently had. Which I will reveal and interpret later in this post. Passing gas in a dream can have many messages depending on the dreamer’s feelings, actions, and who is in the dream. Each dreamer has their own unique history and lessons that cause numerous possible meanings for their dream analysis.
Some people don’t realize how one dream has many meanings, instead they think there’s only one dream message. Another thing society does is try to look at a dream with a daytime view, giggle. If only interpreting dreams were that simple.
Recently, I was pondering the method to prepare an instruction segment on how to go deeper within a dream and look at it from the different angles. My mind was having a hard time on figuring out a teaching concept for my group Dream Interpretation for Spiritual; therefore, I decided to put it on hold until the next day.
You’re reading this because you want to stop the recurring dreams from happening, especially if they’re unpleasant. Your dream may keep repeating exactly in the same manner or have the similar theme occurring in many locations and with different people. In this blog, I will give three steps to stop your recurring dreams and a personal dream example.
This may seem strange to you, but I don’t consider the air element in dreams as a symbol. Rather, I think of it as part of the dream scene and/or background. However, it’s a symbol if you’re inhaling air, filling up a balloon, or on the air as in live radio. Whether a dream scene or symbol, air is usually associated with some type of action.
Because of the coronavirus, many people in the United States and around the world are having bad hair days! Which is one of the reasons I’m writing a blog on dream meanings for hair, plus a client gave me permission to use her dream. And I also had a dream regarding my hair – aka mop. The first part of this post will be about possible general meanings. Then I will interpret two dreams, my client’s dream and mine. With a personal account of what’s going on in my life.