Guest Author - Elleise
De-jA vu, precognition, communication and even visitations, all may have us at a disadvantage upon waking and looking a bit more closely at what's happening these days during those hours of sleep. Though some of these experiences will have logical explanations, when we find ourselves within feet of an accident we woke from just moments before, the realm of possibilities can begin to open our eyes as to their overall capability and meaning in our lives.
Dreams are powerful communicators and with attention to detail, often can help deliver messages, guidance, and opportunities we may only have dreamed about as well as venting psychological stress.
Though scientifically we have established little regarding the importance of dreams, synchronicity in our waking lives helps in determining at least a portion of what they are able to convey.
Most people dream. However, they may not remember them, have little time or difficulty interpretting their meaning. Dreams also come in a variety of abstract forms making it difficult at times to track with precision their exact meaning. They can be sybolic, visual, audile, demensional, ethereal and even carry with them visitations of sorts. All of our senses seem to be utilized when our dreams are trying to get a message across.
Symbolic dreams may hold captive images lingering in the air, long after we've woken. Visual dreams may take us through a theater-like rendition of a story intact with beginning, plot and ending. Audile dreams may sound similar to an echo, repeating a name, such as our own waking us from sound sleep or delivering a short but specific message. Dimensional, ethereal and visitation dreams tend to take us to a personal place, leaving us highly charged emotionally or feeling as if someone close to us had very much been in the same room just moments before. We may even experience a familiar scent making the experience feel just that much more realistic.
As we we lose consciousness we become available to things we might not otherwise be. Considering on this plane everything exists tailored to some force of reaction or chain of purpose, is it safe to assume in this same respect, God did not merely produce an accident or worthless chain of events drifting from one state of consciousness to another, but a connection to something instead.
Whether it is a drop in temperature our body produces or a sound that stirs us during sleep, what we remember or experience holding relevence is something only our waking state or faith in what we know in our being can confirm to be true. When we cross paths with someone we've not seen in years but dreamed recently about instead, it just could be a reminder we never really leave either state of consciousness but are meant to experience the very meaning of life back and forth between the two, with the power of dreams.
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