Dictionary Of Dreams
Dreaming is a part of life. Everyone dreams. They dream
for as long as they live. "That can't be true," some will say. " People who
say this just don't remember having dreamed once they have woken up. Even
unborn babies dream in their mother's womb.
Dreams are the gateway to an inner world, a world just as real as the one
outside. What is outside is also inside; what is inside is also outside.
Dreams inform us in a visual language about repressed experiences and other
process of the unconscious. Dream images and activities, however strange and
even meaningless they may seem, show symbolic structures. Scientific
research into dreams, compared dream material with its symbolic content.
Dreams became psychotherapy's most important aid in exploration of the
unconscious. A knowledge of the meaning of these symbols is of great
assistance in the interpretation of dreams.
Did you understand your dreams last night? Did you recall them?
Rich with symbols, archetypes and metaphoric meaning, dreams are an
invaluable healing instrument, and when regularly used and understood, are
pathways to higher consciousness, healed relationships, health, fulfilling
your life's purpose and greater abundance. Dreams are powerful vehicles in
which to solve your daily issues for they provide ideas, solutions and
insights. Literally, they are jackpots of information, especially when you
ask for answers to specific concerns.