Thursday, April 18, 2013

The Law of Attraction: Interpreting Dreams

The Law of Attraction is always matching the essence of what you are thinking about. Thus, when you dream about something it is always a match to the thoughts you have been thinking.

The fact that it has appeared in your dream means you have given it a significant amount of thought.

Dreams can be of immense value in understanding what you are in the process of creating when you are in your 'awake' state.

The symbology of dreams is best interpreted by you through direct inquiry, and not a book which can only give general interpretations that may or may not be relevant. Symbols will be meaningful for you if you group them into Universal symbols, cultural symbols and personal symbols.

Yet, by far the easiest way forward it to focus on the feelings you are having whilst you are dreaming, rather than figuring out what may at first seem to be rather strange and complex symbols. The unconscious sees things very different to the waking, conscious mind.

As you go to bed, set your intention to connect with your Higher, Intuitive Mind, and ask to receive guidance in your dream state.

Say out loud: "It is my intention to rest well and to awaken refreshed, and rejuvenated. If there is anything important for me to recall from my dream state, I will recall it when I awaken."

When you awaken, lie there for a few moments, and ask yourself: Do I remember anything from my dream state?  Relax, and try to remember how you felt during the dream sequence.

Meaningful dreams will always be accompanied by strong emotion.

Simply ask yourself, "how did I feel as that was happening?"

If you have awakened from a good-feeling dream, you can be sure that your dominant thoughts around a particular subject are pointed towards what you want.

If you awaken from a bad-feeling dream, your dominant thoughts are in the process of attracting something you don’t want.

If you do awaken from a bad dream, appreciate the awareness that you have been given, and consciously ask yourself, "what do I really want?"

"You do not create while you are dreaming. Your dream is a manifestation of what you have been giving your energy, focus and attention to during your awake state; once awake, however, your thoughts do affect your future creations." Abraham-Hicks

You may discover more than one emotion during the dream but the emotions will not be very different from each other. Emotions are usually within a particular frequency bandwidth. For example, anger and blame go together. You would not experience anger and joy together because they are very different frequencies.

If you awaken from a 'bad' dream, once you have identified the dominant (negative) emotion, then you can clean it up vibrationally speaking.

To do this, you need to understand how to use the Emotional Scale - and consciously and deliberately move up the scale towards alignment with your Inner Source/Being.

Jaime Tanna
Founder and Director of Energy Therapy
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