It’s that time of year! Does it seem creepy to dream about and converse with someone who is deceased? What about nightly dreams of someone you barely know? Do you dream about your ex or someone you’re dating? There could be some answers to this type of puzzling experience. Since we don’t easily remember our dreams, waking up with someone on your mind seems important!
One German study found that a dream is communication between the hippocampus and the neocortex. To use a metaphor, the hippocampus is your browser history and the neocortex is your memory. The dreamscape is a place to explore fears, desires, or something forbidden. Traditional psychotherapy views dreams as the unconscious communicating with the conscious. The goal of the dream process is to dump information. This is sometime accomplished with the use of another person. Their role is to allow unresolved conflict and emotional baggage to release.
Some experiences leave a tone in the system. Once you’re in the dream stage, a note is struck. Your subconscious mind goes to work and creates a vivid and unforgettable experience. Years can pass and you still remember every detail of the dream on that fateful night. A person in your dreams is often a placeholder. They hold a spot for you to process something deep inside, looking for a way out! (tee hee) Well, it’s time for way out of this subject and into the arms of spirit for a whisper:
Twilight learning occurs when one loses volitional control. Going deeper means losing awareness of surroundings. What comes next in the series of brainwave shifting is the loss of reality. In this state, spirit-driven information can help a person change their patterns. Dreaming opens creative channels that play a movie in the mind. The recurring dream involving another person indicates they are a placeholder.
The role of the placeholder is to help organize the energy. Emotional energy can fall into chaos during waking hours. Sensitive people experience disorganized flow due to complex emotional content. Rooted attachments draw forth a person to play a role in their evolution. To rise above the lower vibrations requires release from the bond to the experience.
To help you live in an elevated state, the life lesson must move beyond acknowledgment. Living at a higher vibrational level means a new pattern is now organized. Now the transformed self is free to express a new way of being in the world. Dreams can be an important part of the transformation process. There can be confusion over the placeholder and their role in your life. Understanding requires determining what they represent in your dream.
Dreaming of a deceased person is affirming your connection to the spiritual domain. It is guidance coming with an answer to your questions of life. During sleep cycles, you are open to receiving the messages from an unexpected guide. Rise above the literal translation of your dreams. Your answers are in the general concepts of the construct. Dreams are an abstract reality created to support your personal evolution.
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“I believe in everything until it’s disproved. So I believe in fairies, the myths, dragons. It all exists, even if it’s in your mind. Who’s to say that dreams and nightmares aren’t as real as the here and now?” John Lennon
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