In order to read the true meaning of your dreams, you must study the component parts and how they relate to one another. You cant just consider one thing and ignore everything else. By the same token, not everything in your dream is significant.
For instance, if you dream you enter a room and, on looking around, you see everything in the room chairs, a table, bookcase, pictures on the wall, furnishings, decorations not every single item has deep inner meaning and needs to be interpreted. Much of it is like the set dressing for a play or a movie; it is simply there to give a broad picture to frame the important and relevant action.
All you need check are the major components. These are the ones that really strike you; those that really stand out. Unless a picture on the wall of a room in your dream really catches your eye, you can ignore it as simple set decoration. On the other hand, if you find your eye being drawn strongly to that particular picture, or table, or whatever, then yes, that may well be of significance and is worth investigating.
- The dream world is not separate from the waking world; they are extensions of each other and are mutually supportive and cocreative.
- Everything you do in dreams is real; it’s just happening in other dimensions of your awareness.
- It’s normal for your awareness to constantly shift through all the dimensions; you change focus continually, day and night.
- eDreamInterpretation is a way to discover what your whole self, the you beyond your logical mind, is doing.
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