Sunday, October 1, 2006

Dreams can come true

Understand The Meanings Of Your Dreams

Only as high as I reach can I grow,
Only as far as I seek can I go,
Only as deep as I look can I see,
Only as much as I dream can I be.

My brother asked me the other day, "kak, what does it mean ah...if I keep on dreaming someone died?"

I remember a special granaunt who used to tell me that dreams are interpreted the other way round. For instance, if you dream of a newborn baby, death is expected. Vice versa, if you dream of death, expect good news like a birth of a baby to come.

She told me this 11 years ago.

I don't know what dreams mean; so I searched the net and found this:

Dreams are doorways to the subconscious, pathways to the spirit realm and keys to the future. Dreams serve as a communication line between the invisible and visible worlds. Or, if you prefer, between heaven and earth. A dream is a real-life experience an individual has on another plane. We, in our true nature as Soul, are able to have experiences in a far-reaching panorama of life. Dreams are constantly rehearsing us for challenges and opportunities that lie around the corner in waking life.

Go Figure

1 comment:

  1. Dreams are just our brain recycling the experiences we have for the day. Our brain processes the experiences we had in the day and the cognitive side of the brain tries to interprets all these jumbled up information and string them up into something we understand, hence we get dreams.

    If you analyze carefully the experiences you had the day before and compare them to your dreams, you'll realize their are extracts from different parts of your daily experiences in the dreams.

    If you keep having the same dream, it's probably a subconscious thought one has been suppressing or has been thinking a lot about.