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Dreams – Day 47

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Dreams are today’s answers to tomorrow’s questions.  Edgar Cayce

I have explored dreams for many years.  I’ve reviewed them in metaphysical contexts, and talked about them in therapy.  Some of my dreams have been recurring throughout the years, and some have made a bizarre appearance one time, but stuck with me energetically for years.  I have analyzed dreams in a variety of ways, and I’m sharing the way that has had the most impact for me.

I learned it from Martha Beck.  Her process has been really helpful, informative, and mind-blowing at times.  Check out Laurie’s blog for a great description of the analysis process.

I was prompted to write about dreams, because I just came across the description of a dream I had a few years ago, and it blew my mind.  And, it woke me up.  The dream was about me being hooked on “crack”.  My crack consisted of a cut/paste of pictures that hung on a clothesline.  I was addicted, and my addiction was known, but never discussed. I felt like I was trying to hide it and waving it like a flag at the same time.  The whole thing took place in a large, metropolitan city in Europe that I could not identify.  We (me and the person that was teaching me this, who I could not identify) were standing on the same street corner day after day, with my cut/paste clothesline, and watching accidents and near accidents as reckless drivers crossed paths with daring pedestrians.  I was baffled as to why people would continue to take these risks day after day when it was so obvious what the outcome could/ would be.  I hated that corner, but was equally fascinated by it.  We always waited for the light before we crossed, and never had any problems.

Yeesh.  I’ve attached a worksheet for you to do your own dream analysis, courtesy of Martha Beck.

Sweet dreams!

Analyze Your Dreams

Dreams – Day 47

dreams

Dreams are today’s answers to tomorrow’s questions.  Edgar Cayce

I have explored dreams for many years.  I’ve reviewed them in metaphysical contexts, and talked about them in therapy.  Some of my dreams have been recurring throughout the years, and some have made a bizarre appearance one time, but stuck with me energetically for years.  I have analyzed dreams in a variety of ways, and I’m sharing the way that has had the most impact for me.

I learned it from Martha Beck.  Her process has been really helpful, informative, and mind-blowing at times.  Check out Laurie’s blog for a great description of the analysis process.

I was prompted to write about dreams, because I just came across the description of a dream I had a few years ago, and it blew my mind.  And, it woke me up.  The dream was about me being hooked on “crack”.  My crack consisted of a cut/paste of pictures that hung on a clothesline.  I was addicted, and my addiction was known, but never discussed. I felt like I was trying to hide it and waving it like a flag at the same time.  The whole thing took place in a large, metropolitan city in Europe that I could not identify.  We (me and the person that was teaching me this, who I could not identify) were standing on the same street corner day after day, with my cut/paste clothesline, and watching accidents and near accidents as reckless drivers crossed paths with daring pedestrians.  I was baffled as to why people would continue to take these risks day after day when it was so obvious what the outcome could/ would be.  I hated that corner, but was equally fascinated by it.  We always waited for the light before we crossed, and never had any problems.

Yeesh.  I’ve attached a worksheet for you to do your own dream analysis, courtesy of Martha Beck.

Sweet dreams!

Analyze Your Dreams