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I have no idea. The other night, I dreamt that I was pretending to be an extraterrestrial trying trying to escape a group of humans who wanted to capture me. Eventually, I emerged to teach humans to love each other, to forgive, and to stop putting surveillance on one creature (me) just because they don’t like being surveilled themselves. I have no idea what that means. I might have eaten something weird.
I’m afraid of wasps. I recently dreamed of wasps, but I know no other meaning than fear …
To notice how and where they occur. Like a bubble, they come from nothing, play out and disappear. They hang in a void. I can choose to participate or just observe. If I participate, they are vivid beyond my physical senses, e.g. I see colours that I cannot perceive with my physical senses and the perspectives are beyond what I can physically see. They give me a glimpse into transcendence.
Haven’t had many dreams recently. But for the most part it usually is the thought patterns that produce them.
Nightly excursions ( aka being “kicked out of the physical body so that the Archangelic intelligence can do their repair work on it ) are experiences in the Psychical and Noetical realms , nothing more and nothing less!
The habit of expecting or anticipating that whatever is recalled from the very, very brief lingering ?memories? are trying to “might be telling” is simply an unfortunate habit the re-awakeing , present-day personality has if it doesn’t understand that IT is but a very dull light candle in comparison with where the Sun resides 24-7 in the True Soul-Self ! That is the only “true” telling to be realized and appreciated!
When I was in high school I used to keep a dream journal, but for many years now it’s been that I rarely remember my dreams. Every so often I’ll remember one with particular detail. Other times it’s just a vague feeling I’m left with after I wake up. The most recent one focused on me being somewhere and wanting to leave but not being able to do so.
I haven’t a clue where as my partners dreams are usually filled with fantastical talking animals and whimsical Harry Potter like experiences. Guess I will just have to live vicariously through her dreams filled with joy and wonder.
A recent dream I remember is that I looked out at the woodpile and someone had stacked it neatly for the winter. Guess (someone!) has to do that!! — Blissfully, I seem to forget most of my dreams and just let my subconscious do its work of scrubbing and cleaning overnight. Like that hymn ‘O God Our Help in Ages Past’: “They fly forgotten, as a dream dies at the opening day.”
Over the last year or so, I’ve been having dreams about living in the present but in a different life where my mother and father are there. I grew up in a very dysfunctional family which in turn affected me and my attitude toward my own living. A few years ago,I learned to dig deeper into my inner self, to bring out the feelings that I have and redirect my actions away from alcohol abuse that I used to hide. Perhaps these dreams of my parents are further closure for me or more likely to continue working with my inner child to have the love and support which I felt was absent. I’ve learned to forgive my parents . Perhaps that is the reason why I’ve accepted them back into my life but because they are no longer alive this is my means to show it..
In my recent dreams I’m always trying to explain something or pleading with someone in an attempt to be heard. I do not dwell on the dreams as these days my waking hours have been quite challenging and I do not have the patience for dream analysis. That said. Years ago during an extremely difficult period in my life I dreamt very vivid dreams. I was into dream analysis at that time and I studied the Gestalt method of recording dreams on awaking and then taking the time with pencil and paper at my side to become each thing in the dream and record the feelings and thoughts that it triggered. For example, if there was a house, a car, a river in the dream, I would become the house, the car or the river and let it speak. It was an interesting practice and helpful to me at the time. These days, I choose to let go and trust that my dreams are part of an inner process I don’t necessarily need to understand.
I don’t recall any recent dreams.
Howie -good luck tomorrow on your rowing adventure! I’m sure you will do your best with all the practice you’ve been doing.
My recent dreams have reminded me that there is always hope….I may spin a story that things are awful & beyond repair & then I see the truth~there are solutions that I refused to notice~until they show themselves in my slumber….
I used to be such a vivid dreamer and would remember every detail upon waking. Not so much anymore! But those vivid dreams I had were when my life was a lot different, a lot less stable. I used to dream of being chased by tigers, running from something else scary, or not making it to a college final exam (repetitively!). These days, I’m sure I still dream, but I don’t recall them as much anymore. So I guess they’re telling me that I’m doing well and to keep doing the next best thing!
Always to let go.
I recently dreamed I lost my daughter and could not find her. I woke up anxious and scared. However, I centered myself and realized that the dream was all about me and my fears and anxieties about the unknown. I chanted about it and found peace. I now truly understand that I have to just let go and live in presence cause it is all there is.
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