What Dreams May Come

Dreams can be a funny thing. Sometimes they seem extremely profound and then at other times just plain crazy. I remember a series of reoccurring dreams I had when I was working at a very creatively unfulfilling place, and not to get too graphic, but they all took place in different variations of a public restroom. In each dream I really had to, you know, go, but each time I found a facility it was either too dirty, too clogged, or so completely gross that I couldn’t bring myself to use it. Once I quit the job and moved on the dreams stopped and I haven’t (thankfully) had one since. It was very telling that I desperately needed a better outlet for expression, albeit in an odd and graphic way.

When reading this week’s forecast and question you may think that there’s really no correlation between the two – dreams and the state of wonder – though I think they go hand-in-hand. Dreaming often shows us what we need to pay attention to and being in wonder is the ultimate state of presence. It’s all about staying alert to what we need to focus on in our lives, whether we’re sleeping or gazing upon something that makes us go “Awww…”

With Love.

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From Over There: 3.30.14 Weekly Forecast
It is time to step into the wonder of life. Find that place of wonder in everything around you. To be in this state is to be in a state of receptivity to creation of desires. Now is the time to find joy in everyday life. Allow the practice wonder to fill your thoughts and you will find greater happiness and synchronicity for creating that which you desire.

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Featured Guest Question:
Q: I have been taking a class on dreams and the power of information we can receive through dreaming. Any insight into what we can learn from our dreams?

A: The act of dreaming is a powerful tool that allows the mind to process information and opens the gateway for a more conscious connection to spirit. This dual function can create confusion in the interpretation of one’s dreams, especially if one feels disconnected from the spirit-self.
Dreaming is a way for the mind and spirit to connect. It is a way for the access of information that one may need that cannot be accessed while in a waking state due to fear or an overtaxed mind. It is a way for the mind to process the stresses that daily life may present – stresses that one needs to process in order to release.

Understand that the symbolic meaning of dreams comes from the individual perspective. Meaning for a particular scenario may change from dreamer to dreamer. It is in allowing the context of the information to unfold that one begins to decipher the meaning behind the symbolism. It is important to remain unattached to a dream’s interpretation and understand that it is simply another form of processing for the mind through the connection with spirit.

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