Dreams are symbols used by subjectivity to impress the objective or material mind with a sense of coming good or evil. Subjectivity is the spiritual part of man.
The soul is that circle of man lying just outside the gross materiality and partaking largely of it.
Dreams really are, in the truest sense, a doorway: to greater self-awareness, knowledge, success, and the possibility of a rich, full life.
Sounds great, but how do you open and walk through that door?
Creative problem solving in dreams can take place either by considering dream activities and images as realistic representations or as metaphors or symbols.
Dreams expand your sense of personal identity because you realize you’re composed of energy, emotions, thoughts, and higher patterns of awareness.
You, the soul, are never unconscious! You are always focusing on themes and issues that further your growth, flowing through different realms of your awareness.
By interpreting night dreams, you can discover what’s going on in your innermost life.
What Purpose Do Dreams Serve?
Dreams expand your capacity to know things that are in the past, the future, in other locations, and other dimensions of reality. Dreams that come true, or give you information you couldn’t obtain by normal means, can open you to know, not just theorize, that we are all much more vast than we realize.
Dreams help you in real ways — with problem solving, decision making, improving communication, healing yourself and others, even manifesting the help and resources you need.
The more you work with dreams, the more you’ll learn to trust yourself, and you’ll realize how naturally intuitive and creative you are.
Dreams Help You
Dreams help you in real ways — with problem solving, decision making, improving communication, healing yourself and others, even manifesting the help and resources you need. The dream state is a fertile field awaiting the seeds you sow.
They teach you about your psychological process and the subconscious beliefs and fears that interfere with growth and happiness. Your dreams can show you how to be more flexible, tolerant, loving, and lovable.
Dedicate Your Bedroom to Sleep
- Instead of using your bed as an office, think of your bedroom as a personal sleep sanctuary.
- To quiet your bedroom, remove noisemakers like television, radio, and telephone.
- Move the bookcases to another room.
- Meditate in bed, sitting up, before sleep, or use the time to write in your dream diary.