It happens every night and sometimes even when we're awake, our minds go from conscious to grey area; somewhere in between. Why do we have such periods and can merging efforts of the PM work with the daily demands of life?
Because it’s something we attribute to every evening ritual, dreams are often something we take for granted. From messages to emotional healing there is often a great deal of information there that can be beneficial to the waking hours of our day!
If we think about it, our minds partake avidly in the mundane and ritualistic aspects of our lives, so is it any wonder when that same candor infuses itself in some fashion throughout night spells when we dream? If our hearts and thoughtful sides are dominating factors within our personal experiences, is it that far fetched to assume that those same attributes will find us again subconsciously? Of course not and amidst all of this we can expect to find a portion of our intuitive selves waning in the sidelines as well!
When we remember our dreams we can most definitely recognize different forms and even personalities reflected within them. We’ll find the comical dream, the implicational or symbolic manifestations, and the psychological - emotional healing dream and of course the intuitive portion of our subconscious. Each of these serves a purpose.
If you wake up with a good chuckle, most likely there's a creative side needing harnessing or a spiritual guide trying to show you the lighter side of life. When past issues begin resurfacing, we may have reached a subconscious epiphany where we can follow through a resolve that might not otherwise have been available to us a tender time before. When we dream about a person again and again, we may be picking up their thoughts, or simply trying to come to terms with an emotional situation. With more intuitive aspects of the dream- world we become open to precognition, telepathic communication, afterlife visitations and more.
Oddly and mysteriously enough it would seem this world, regardless of personality, has one common denominator; the simplest form from point A to B. They aren't nearly as complicated as we make them to be. They have something to tell us and they do. We simply have to listen and dedicate a portion of our waking lives to sleep.