Monday, September 12, 2011

Can Your Dreams Come True?

“Do you think that this dream is telling me about my future?” Is a very common question that I get asked.

I believe that a lot of dreams can show us things about ourselves.  I call these Self/Soul dreams and these can show us that we may need to attend to something in our life.  Often these ones are just purely processing daily situations, but even in these dreams we can find answers that we have been looking for.

Other dreams are more melancholic in nature, tend to be a bit frightening and/or dark and in some cases we know them to be an outright lie.  These ones are called Lying/Dark Dreams, just bin these ones!

Then there are those that show us that we can be more than we currently are and actually either highlight some latent ability in our life or introduce a new ability that upon awakening actually gets us to thinking…maybe we could do this thing and it spurs us into looking closer at the idea presented in the dream.  This is a True Dream and often these can be prophetic in nature.
Let’s look at the word ‘Prophetic’ so that we can understand what it means.

PROPHETIC (adjective)

  The adjective PROPHETIC has 1 sense:

1. Foretelling events as if by supernatural intervention.

To be honest, sometimes it isn’t simple to recognise if a dream is prophetic or not, and often it isn’t until after something has occurred, that we remember that we actually had a dream regarding this.

So the proof is in the pudding? In the initial stages of learning how to interpret our dreams, probably yes!

Personally, what I have found is that something might be introduced to me in a dream that isn’t currently happening and to be honest is pretty much impossible except for supernatural intervention!  What happens then is that this idea actually seems really exciting to me when I think about it, and from that initial dream either a door will open up that I know is connected to what the dream was saying, or I will often get another dream, or a series of dreams that will add more information and even tell me how to proceed forward from what was initially just a spark of an idea from that first fleeting dream.

Get ready to receive dreams that will bypass your logic and rationale and scream "You can't do this!" but because they come by supernatural intervention they will plant a seed within you that will give you the impetus to step into the amazing adventures that are wrapped up in your destiny! 

If you would like to find out if your Dreams can come true, please feel free to drop us a line at .  Don’t forget to give us a little information about yourself i.e. when you had the dream, what is going on in your life etc as this helps us to give you a more accurate interpretation.

Sweet Dreams

© September 2011

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Understanding Context and Decoding Symbols in Your Dreams

Our dreams are messages that we receive while in a peaceful and relaxed state as we sleep.  They are a little like Morse code, hieroglyphics or the Dead Sea Scrolls and they need to be decoded!  This takes a lot of practice, time and skill.  So often when we think about our dreams, we tend to want to interpret them from a literal perspective when in reality many of them are symbolic.

Some dreams may be short and sweet only containing one or two symbols, such as a vehicle or a house.  Other dreams can be populated with various people, all sorts of objects and animals that may actually mean something completely different when you dig a little deeper than what they literally represent on the surface.

It is very important not to just pick out the symbol meanings without looking at the entire context of the dream. Simply focusing primarily on the symbols and what they represent can be somewhat misleading thus preventing the dreamer from receiving insight, direction and even misunderstanding the whole purpose for the dream being communicated. The dream needs to be considered in its entirety.

Where and how do we start?
  1. Are you in the dream or simply observing?
  2. Who else is in the dream?
  3. Is the dream in colour or black and white?
  4. What are the significant symbols in the dream?
  5. Where was the dream set?
  6. What sort of emotion did you feel during the dream?
  7. What were the important things that stood out to you in the dream?
  8. What title would you give your dream? This can give you a good idea what the overall context is.
  9. Is there anything going on in your life that you recognise the dream may be speaking about?
These nine simple questions should start the ball rolling to help you begin to interpret your own dreams, but remember if you are struggling to find the interpretation keep asking questions and if you need help, please feel free to contact DREAMS at  for a personal Dream Interpretation.  If you want to gather a group of friends and make a day/night/party of it drop us an email and if you would like to book the Revelations Dream School please see   Don’t forget to let us know a little bit about yourself and your circumstances – as this helps in giving you an accurate interpretation.  Sweet Dreams all!

©  September 2011