Fact Number One: We all dream
Fact Number Two: Most of us ignore our dreams
Dream Interpretation has been considered a New Age practice belonging predominantly to the realm of psychics and psychoanalysts, and not applicable to the average person.
Have you had a dream recently or maybe in the past, that was so vivid, it stayed firmly implanted in your mind upon waking. You know it was important, but because of the society that we live in today that has sprung out of the Greek mindset - which is more concerned with knowledge and applying the laws of science, you have simply discarded it and written it off as eating too much chocolate prior to going to bed?
Probably. We have all done that.
If Frederich August Kekule von Stradonitz (1829-1896) had not fallen asleep and dreamt of 'atoms gamboling before his eyes' we would not have the scientific discovery of Molecules and the Benzene Structure. Otto Loewi (1873-1961) would never have won the Nobel Prize for medicine in 1936 for his work on the chemical transmission of nerve impulses. Madame C.J. Walker (1867-1919) would never have been the first female American self-made millionaire having dreamt of a product to cure a scalp infection. And where would we be without the numerous covers of 'Yesterday' penned by Paul McCartney who dreamt the tune the night before?
Interestingly there are a couple of scientists thrown into that mix. Closer to home for my Kiwi (New Zealand) friends, Theophany speakers were discovered by Garth Murray in New Zealand. Garth was originally an air traffic controller diagnosed with a serious case of septicemia, this caused many complications, one of those being that he spent long hours sleeping. During that period of time he had an ongoing series of dreams where he was making speakers. He noted down the details from the dreams and literally began to build them from the dimensions he had received while sleeping.
So, back to the title of this blog. Can your dreams really affect your daily life? What do you think? Maybe from reading this you will be inspired to give your dreams more credence. Hopefully you will at least begin to pay attention to them.
In the state of sleep where your filters from life experience aren't preventing you from shutting out what you receive, what if you are actually able to access a realm where you can transform your life or someone else's? What if these dreams actually carry messages that could be applicable to finding solutions to situations in your own life?
www.dreams.org.nz can help you get clarity in your current situation and even provide strategies for you to move forward in every area of your life. Feel free to send in your dream and discover the exciting possibilities that your dream may hold!
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