There is a reason some people have nightmares.
In the modern world, most psychologists see dreams as having a connection to the unconscious mind.
Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, wrote extensively about dreams and their interpretations, and believed dreams are a manifestation of a person’s deep desires and anxieties.
Freud was only scratching the surface.
Ancient cultures frequently told of the power of dreams, most famously in the Biblical story of Joseph interpreting Pharaoh’s dreams, predicting seven years of feast and famine.
The ancients knew that dreams are not simply the manifestation of unconscious fears or deep desires. Messages from the unseen, spiritual world are revealed in dreams.
As science is beginning to understand thanks to pioneers in quantum physics like Edward Witten, our world is only one of many dimensions. Those other, unseen dimensions – described by many who have had near-death experiences – are the source of our dreams.
In my personal search for truth, I have come across one book in particular that has helped me accurately interpret my dreams – and understand what messages the universe is trying to give me.
As Yehuda Berg demonstrates in The Dreams Book, you can learn a lot from your dreams – if you know what to look for.
Your soul leaves the body when you sleep – and travels to the upper worlds, where you may receive a message in the form of a dream. Nightmares a generally a sign that you need to change direction somewhere in your life – NOW.
Did you see an egg? That is a positive sign, and may mean your request was heard. The Dreams Book has an index of common dream occurences and their meanings.
But be careful who you tell your dream to – the first rule of dream interpretation is that the person interpreting your dream can affect it’s meaning – and how it manifests in your life.
Full disclosure: In my personal search for the meaning of life, I have studied many spiritual teachings. The Dreams Book, written by Yehuda Berg, is derived from the deepest level of Bible study, known as Kabbalah. I have studied Kabbalah for almost a decade, and have seen unbelievable benefits in my life. I can personally testify that the knowledge in the Dreams Book is accurate – but I encourage you not to believe me. Instead, test and see if the book is accurate.
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