posted on Aug, 6 2014 @ 09:07 AM
Without some context from your life or your feelings about the archtypes from your dreams, this will be difficult.
A ladder could be considered a door, portal, entrance, exit, or an escape. In your first dream, you say it is a ladder explicitly for escape. You are
presented with an option. A choice. Stay, or escape. Static or change. The direction of travel (up or down) could be significant as well.
In the first dream, are you frightened and looking for an escape? Or are you calm, and simply presented with a passage? Your feelings about the ladder
(choice) are important too.
The second dream, i think is more significant. There are more details for one. (The details are always important when interpreting dreams). There is
a room with people, a man described as egyptian, and a room.
Anytime there is a room with people, the details are important. What kind of room? What kind of people? How are they dressed? How is Elijah
Both of these dreams follow a basic dream format. Basically you are given a choice in each. When you accept what is presented to you, you wake up.
This is a very common format for your mind to build it's ever growing, always changing view of your daily life and your reality. The details all
correspond to your daily activities. When your subconscious mind gets all the details in order, it asks your conscious mind if this is an acceptable
order. When you accept, you are accepting this nights addition to your life's story. it means you are content with the current choices you are making
and happy with your current lot in life.
All dreams have similar formats and similar archetypes. These are pretty easily memorized with enough practice and are the basis of all analytical
psycology. It's the details which build the world of your dreams that really reveal a persons character.
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