Dreams

The meaning of dreams has drawn plenty of controversies. Some view dreams as our higher self – healing, advising, encouraging, and sometimes warning us of impending dangers.

Others view dreams as nothing more than a vision pulled from our memory and shaped by our imagination.

Whichever you choose to believe, this broadened sense of awareness lends itself to various meanings and new possibilities.

Dreams are a divine gift that many often take for granted – not realizing that the dream state is an expanded state of consciousness.

Stephen LaBerge sums dreams up well “Not all lucid dreams are useful, but they all have a sense of wonder about them. If you must sleep through a third of your life, why should you sleep through your dreams, too?”

Follow Your Dreams

Take time to think about your dreams and goals and how they correlate with your life.

Be careful not to let other people’s opinions dictate what you should be doing.

What works for one person may not be meant for you.

Speak up for what you believe in or dislike.

In doing so, a person can only respect your wishes.

That’s not to say that what you choose to do will always be favorable and in your best interest, but you have to travel down your path.