Psychologists suggest that our dreams may be the mind’s way of alerting us to unresolved issues, while physics argue that our dreams hold important clues about our future.
African traditional healers say that dreams are a platform for communication with our ancestors.
We all have dreams. Sometimes they give us joy while we’re sleeping and other times they ruin our rest.
Though many people do not pay much attention to their dreams, and often don’t even remember them, some experts claim they have a deeper meaning.
The truth of the matter is, dreams can be very confusing. Especially so when one tries to analyze the dreams for themselves without any basic knowledge as to how their ancestors communicate with them.
Ideally, we need to approach analyzing dreams with an open mind and most importantly learn to listen to your heart.
Things to watch for in your dreams
Your location: where are you in the dream and are you familiar with the place or is it a venue you’ve never visited?
Your actions: what are you doing in the dream – are you running, fighting, dancing, teaching, cooking, etc.?
Your company: who are you within the dream – family, enemies, friends, or are the people in your dreams complete strangers?
Your emotions: how do you feel in the dream – were you anxious, scared, ashamed, worried, relaxed, happy, etc.?
Dreams play a pivotal role when you’re working on enhancing and heightening your spirituality. But anyone, whether gifted or not, can decipher their own dreams. Understanding your dreams will always, without fail, give guidance as to what is happening in your life and what to watch out for.