posted on Apr, 24 2014 @ 12:19 PM
Not all dreams are visions, and not all visions are properly interpreted.
It takes experience to see through the symbolism in dreams to divine the underlying message.
Here's an example of a dream I had that pointed towards the future:
About six months ago I dreamed I was standing in my backyard looking far off into the distance where I saw a platform hovering high in the air. It was
a bungee jump, and something in my dream was trying to pull me towards it. But at the time I was (and am!) a little afraid of heights and I wasn't
sure if I wanted to go.
There the dream ended, there the weirdness began. Time rolls on, and:
Three months ago a friend and I planned a trip to Peru to consume a tea THAT SHALL NOT BE NAMED.
Two months ago we tacked on a visit to Cusco so we could see Machu Picchu.
One month ago I was on tripadvisor looking for things to do in the city, and I found
Yep, turns out Cusco is home to the third highest bungee jump in the world.
So in a few weeks, I'll be living out my dream.
So yeah, not all dreams = visions. But some of them surely do.