"Dreams are more than reality itself; they’re closer to the self," says Gao Xingjian, a Chinese novelist and playwright. Many dream theorists might also agree with Xingjian’s statement.
In 1973, my first precognitive dream resulted in an epiphany and complete transformation of life as I knew it to be. Everything considered normal in my life was to change drastically. Incredibly new pathway opportunities were to unfold, taking me into deeper, more meaningful levels of conscious spirituality exploration. The situation inspired me to become a life-long seeker and prober of conscious spirituality pathways. More importantly this direction provided doorways towards finding the real self!
Recollection of dreams, and sharing and interpreting their respective meanings have significantly contributed to varied personal journeys of transformation. Studying dream theorists, metaphysical divination, and topics related to spiritual consciousness have led me to continuous self-directed learning, workshops, psychic consultations and more.
A second precognitive dream in the 1980s virtually saved my life through an awareness and subsequent avoidance of what would have been an horrific car accident.
There is obviously more work to be done! For serious seekers of truth, probers and interested others one thing to always remember is to honour your dreams because you own them! Keep a journal. Carl Jung has stated in his 17 volumes of psychological work: “You and only you know the answer to your dreams.”
Consider researching any of the following dream theorists: Carl Jung, Edgar Cayce, Ann Faraday, Robert Moss and Robert Waggoner.
Sample extracts from the DREAMS SELECTION
4. Robert Moss: Introduction To Conscious Dreaming Click here
According to Moss, some shamans believe that nothing occurs in ordinary reality unless it has been dreamed first. In the dreamscape, we not only glimpse future events, we can also develop our ability to choose more carefully between possible futures.
Conscious Dreaming's innovative system of dream-catching and transpersonal interpretation, of dream re-entry and keeping a dream journal enables the reader to tap the deepest sources of creativity and intuition and make better choices in the critical passages of life.
Moss offers nine keys when working with your dreams:
1. Philip Crouch: An Introduction to Dreamwork Click here
Common dream themes, courtesy of J.A. Hadfield Dreams and Nightmares: