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Dream Messages?
June 4, 2006
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I had two dreams in a row with similar content. I have dreams often and keep a journal. Any of you out there who like to look at dream meanings? I have received a lot of messages and answers in my dreams and would like interested feedback.

June 4, 2006
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Wholeness,

I'm interested in dream meanings. I once kept a dream diary for over a year, in which I wrote down every dream I could remember and analyzed them for patterns.

What messages and answers have you been getting?

June 4, 2006
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hi Wholeness,
Dreams have always been interesting to me. I receive messages in my dreams too, as I believe that they are sometimes more than the subconcious coming through.

June 5, 2006
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I have kept a dream journal, but overall I find that anything I need to retain I do.

I generally go with the idea that dreams use the personal symbol set of the person having them - so there's a limit to how much another person can help interpret them.

Of course the better you know the person who had the dream, or the more symbols you have in common, the more likely you are to have helpful input in a direct way.

But there's always the indirect kind of help - noticing what symbols are there, and asking questions to help people figure out what it means to them.

June 5, 2006
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I have a history of addiction in my family. I am codependent and I was married to an alcoholic for 19 years. Before I got married the second time I told God that I would not marry my second husband until He told me that it was the right thing to do. I did not trust my judgement to make this decision without help. I did not want to go through a second divorce as I found it most painful. I had a dream a few days after this request. I was standing in a dark void and a presence was behind me that I was afraid of. The presence was my first husband.I was holding an easter basket with ceramic cups. My husband- to- be walked up and the area became light and I was not afraid. He ask me what was in the basket. I told him it was things I was hiding. At that point the cups that had been whole broke into pieces. My husband- to- be told me not to worry, and that he could repair the cups.
The easter basket to me represented death and a new life. The cups represented the things in myself that I was hiding- I looked whole on the outside but the things that I was hiding were broken on the inside. My lack of fear , the light and my husband- to- be's response to the broken cups in my easter basket all were positive. I took it as a "yes" from God. That was the first dream I had where I knew that God spoke to me in my dreams. That was 13 years ago. I have had many such dreams since with messages. I also believe that each person has to interpret their dreams according to their own problems and their own personal dream symbols. I also believe there are symbols that may be common to all people. I want to share a recent dream that I had twice but this is getting too long. I will get back to all of you later to share my recent dreams and get your feedback.

June 5, 2006
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I have done the same thing. The scary thing is when dreams come true. I hope the recurring dream about me getting shot in a drive by dosent come true.
I love it when I am viseted in dreams by my passed over loved ones.

June 5, 2006
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Wholeness, I believe you. What a beautiful dream with so much meaning. How is your marriage?

June 7, 2006
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My marriage is 11 years and going strong.

I had two dreams after praying for help with my relationship with my daughter.

In the first dream, My husband and I ahve moved and are looking for a house. We are with a realtor and she suggests the house my daughter was born in. I am immediately oppose to this house. I think that even if we have to live in a motel room it will be OK. I think that if we wait, the right house will come along.

In the second dream my husband and I ahve moved and we are looking for a house. I find myself in the house that my daughter was born in. I immediately am opposed to this house. I think that the haouse will not meet my needs. I think that if we wait the right house will come along.

In both dreams the message is the same. In my dreams in the past, if a dream meaning is important, I will continue to have similar dream until I get it. The dream was telling me that it was time to "move" and that the old house where my daughter was born not an option. That the old way of relating to my daughter did not work and it was time to move to a new way. The dream told me that now was not a time for action. That i was to wait and remain patient and a new house would come. A new way of relating would come. The dream also was telling me to be patient and that I may not see this new way right away. I was to remain patient and let God work his magic. I was to let go and have faith that it would be ok.

June 7, 2006
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I have also been visited by my deceased mother and father. I think these are very special dreams.

June 7, 2006
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They are special I agree. I don't think everyone has dreams with such meaning. Generally I have had messages in my dreams as well, often after I have prayed about an issue and asked for an answer. Then there was a time in my life where I was so busy all of the time, that it seemed to be a good way for God to communicate with me.

Very intersting thanks for sharing!

June 13, 2006
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God speaks to me in my dreams. I also have dreames that I cannot makes heads or tails of. I have noticed certain themes in my dreams and I will at intervals get out my dream journal and see things that I did not see before. I have come to rely on my dreams as a source of guidance that I could not pull from my own experiences. the guidance is wiser than me.

June 13, 2006
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So tell me something, aside from your dreams, would you say that you are an 'intuitive' person while awake? I just think that some people are more open to "knowing" or are more aware.

June 15, 2006
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Yes, I consider myself very intuitive. I think you are right. Some people are more open to this than others. I also see synchronistic events in my waking life.

June 15, 2006
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What are sychronistic events??

June 15, 2006
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4me.

According to Wikipedia:

"Synchronicity is a word coined by the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung to describe the "temporally coincident occurrences of acausal events." Jung spoke of synchronicity as an "acausal connecting principle" (i.e. a pattern of connection that cannot be explained by direct causality). Plainly put, it is the experience of having two (or more) things happen coincidentally in a manner that is meaningful to the person or persons experiencing them, where that meaning suggests an underlying pattern. It differs from coincidence in that synchronicity implies not just a happenstance, but an underlying pattern or dynamic that is being expressed through meaningful relationships or events. It was a principle that Jung felt encompassed his concepts of archetypes and the collective unconscious, in that it was descriptive of a governing dynamic that underlay the whole of human experience and history—social, emotional, psychological, and spiritual. Jung believed that many experiences perceived as coincidence were due not merely to chance, but instead, suggested the manifestation of parallel events or circumstances reflecting this governing dynamic."

June 15, 2006
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Tez, thanks for posting this definition.

Wholeness, would you mind telling about one of the synchronistic events?

June 16, 2006
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I am not really quite sure if this pertains to this thread or not, but one may find this situation to be coincidential or to have a specific reason.

I relayed on an earlier thread that I was on the verge of a nervous breakdown. At a Church event the other day, I broke down behind the scenes. Only one person was aware of this. Anyway, at Church a few days later, a fellow member approached me and asked how I was and gave me a hug. I asked her how she knew something was wrong with me. She said her husband thought there was (he was also at the event, in which I broke down at). She and I began to talk. We both discovered at that time that she and I both have the same Doctor. She, in fact, saw the Doctor that day and was prescribed meds. She is feeling everything I am feeling; however, for different reasons. Also, that evening we were both in with our Pastor (separately) not knowing at the time that we were both feeling the same way. This has left us all baffled. She also has strong faith. Anyone have a clue to why we would both be going through this?

June 16, 2006
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I think God provides other Christians to help us, support us in our time of need...afterall we are all part of the same Body of Christ. You are probably helping her and she you.

I understand you not wanting to take the meds, but sometimes they can be used as a bridge for a little while. You may not need to take them for a long time, but they may help you begin to think clearly enough so that you can begine to heal. I hate meds too, do not take them, but someone i have great respect for does...Sheila Walsh takes them, tried not too, but she has too for a major chemical imbalance. She is part of the Women of Faith team.

hugs to you,
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