Mysteries In The Night
Dreams are the language of the unconscious; we dream in symbols; understanding the symbols we can interrupt dreams to know more about ourselves. Edgar Cayce once said, “Dreams, visions, impressions, to the entity in the normal sleeping state are the presentations of the experiences necessary for the development, if the entity would apply them in the physical life. These may be taken as warnings, as advice, as conditions to be met, conditions to be viewed in a way and manner as lessons, as truths, as they are presented in the various ways and manners.”
Four Types of Dreams (Edgar Cayce)
- Improving body
- Understanding oneself
- Psychic dreams, precognitive warnings, and clairvoyance
- Spiritual guidance and creative
- Know your relationship to Universe and Creator, can expect help from other-0side: dreams.
- When contact is established and recognized by the waking individual, true self-control can happen.
- Exciting scenarios or interrelated episodes, fraught with meaning.
- Don’t be apt to shrug off whimsical dreams (yearning truth)
- Go to bed with the intention to remember your dreams.
Further reading: http://www.near-death.com/experiences/cayce14.html