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Dreams And The Psychic Mind
We’ve all experienced it. The phone that rings just as we were getting ready to call the exact same person on the other line or we're getting ready to say something and somebody else says the exact same thing not moments before. But if you’re feeling the urge to delve a bit deeper, at any age, dreams are a wonderful place to start!
Many people wonder when and where the best places to start exploring psychic abilities, really are? Although I find children to be quite open to their abilities, they can still find us at any odd time. Whether you are an adult working with a child or curious about your own psychic abilities, dreams can be an ideal place to begin.
Often, dreams are exactly what can really shed light on things we may not be able to absorb during the "responsibility" hours. They're not biased and can also point you or your child in the direction where you are the most gifted, psychically!
There may be times where you may find dreams leaning more precognitive by nature, with events that later come to pass or maybe they're more verbal, centering around communication, messages from loved ones or Spiritual beings such as Angels or guides.
By identifying your strongest suit initially, you'll find a bit of an advantage to your development because you will inherently have some ground of control. You'll have an idea of which direction to lead with, like taking to artistry or being more of an instrumentalist.
Working with dreams, if you already have the tendency to remember them, you’ll want a non-invasive light nearby, something to write on or even a small tape recorder to catch the details, how you felt, key words, sensations that you may remember, etc. but a record to look back on.
If you find that you’re the type that seems to never dream, you may want to practice on a day off with a short nap or try making the suggestion that you will remember your dreams to prompt yourself. Often people who don’t feel they have dreams are quite analytical. So even the suggestion that you’re open to your dream-world may be just enough to capture it!
Children, on the other hand, seem to dream quite naturally. They often report having sensations of flying, moving room to room. Make the most of time they will dream freely. It can be a morning game to share dreams upon waking or asking at the breakfast table while you enjoy a meal together. As you listen, listen naturally as not to inadvertently encourage their offering what they think will gain them the biggest reaction. That way, you’ll be able to tell the difference as their dreams develop, between imagination and something they may really like your help with later on.
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