Dreams can easily be interpreted if you really wish to put your mind to this task. Dreams can tell you a lot about ongoing not quite conscious emotional challenges and musings. As you dream your mind is working through things that have recently come into your attention and awareness and fitting them into the pool of knowledge already stored within your mind.
Your dreaming mind is putting together intellectual and emotional impulses and creating a true meeting of the minds. The emotional, feeling and imagination focused part meets and mingles with the logical and factual part of the mind. Unconscious and conscious thoughts come together in your dreams.
The dream itself can be seen as an expression of the mind attempting to resolve conflicts, be they things that you are only too well aware of or others which are seemingly well hidden. The easiest way in which to interpret your dream is to seek out the feeling that has been solicited and then cast your mind back to whence in the last couple of days you might have been aware of that same feeling. The actual facts of the dream rarely provide as many clues as that given by the emotional impact.
By seeking to find the emotional impact of your dreams you can use your dreams more intelligently. They will provide clues to the emotions that you are perhaps hiding from yourself or not quite at one with. Once faced, those emotions will become easy to confront and deal with.
We often hide things from ourselves. We turn a blind eye, a deaf ear and also sweep things under the carpet. We turn our backs towards things that we do not like. In many cases this ability to look the other way, or to turn the other cheek, is extremely helpful and beneficial. Sometimes though by hiding we can dig ourselves a little too deep into an inappropriate hiding hole.
When you have a recurring theme to your dreams or a recurring emotion is experienced, this is the time to really take a look at your dreams. Clearly, your dreams are telling you that thee is some sort of conflict that hasn’t gone away and doesn’t want to go away. Ask yourself what is causing you to feel that emotion. What might be triggering that feeling?
What can you do to change it or make things feel a little better? You will frequently find that the big issue is that you haven’t yet accepted the truth or inevitability of a certain situation. Once you really think about it and make the decision to accept whatever it is, then you will no longer experience this conflict within your dreams.
If you have trouble accepting something then hypnosis can be a great help. Hypnosis is similar to dreaming in that it allows access to your subconscious mind. Hypnosis allows you to more easily use your imagination too. With hypnosis you can take a step back, relax and begin to see things from a different angle.
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