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Your Dreams May Be Telling You Something (Part 1)

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Your dreams can become a reality. This is true! Yes, this is possible by learning to tap into your inner power and strength.


While dreaming, you release your doubt about your world of possibilities. Without doubts, there are no limitations. Personally, I believe that your dreams do not reflect an image of you but it is really you in true spirit. Dreams are real and are guides to your own spiritual awareness.


Dreams heighten your awareness by giving you the consciousness to realize that everything you dream of achieving can become a reality. Your inner energy can manifest your dream while awake. You have to believe that you can make your dreams come true. According to Dr. Wayne Dyer, you must “think of yourself as limitless as you acme a new agreement with realty. Picture yourself as limitless as you make a new agreement with reality. Picture yourself able to accomplish anything your mind can envision.”


You must release the negative words of what other say is impossible and ask God to show you what your possibilities are. Set yourself free from doubts by taking a closer look at self and being open to God’s blessings and miracles.


It is okay to daydream from time to time. Your dreams are often your guide to your life’s purpose. Many people have made their dreams realities and so can you. Daydreaming can make you feel free and able to accomplish you goals in life. Set yourself free from limitations and tap into your spiritual consciousness and move into the world of possibilities.


My reoccurring dream, for my novel series, The Nia Trilogy, it made me believe that dreams are very meaningful and significant. I believe that dreams have spiritual meanings because it taps into your inner self or inner being. God has sent me the gift to write through my dreams. All of my novels are based on dreams that God has sent me to writ into books.


“Dreams are not revelations. If a dream affords that dream some light on himself it is not the persons with closed eyes who makes the discovery but the person with open eyes lucid enough to fit thought together. Dream—a scintillating mirage surrounded by shadows—is essentially [poetry].”—Michael Leiris (French Anthropologist, Author)


Sometimes we have dreams that are strange and some even funny. We all have experienced some strange dreams in our lifetime. I have spoken to many people and also most everyone I have spoken to had strange dreams such as falling, losing their teeth, and seeing snakes. Some dream experts have come up with the meaning for these dreams.


When I was in high school, I had a funny dream that I woke up in bed in the middle of the school cafeteria with pajamas and hair roller’s in my hair. Everyone was in the middle of school lunch. Students passed by my bed and said, “Hello.” I was completely embarrassed. The dream was so real to me that I woke up in a hard sweat.


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