posted on Sep, 13 2011 @ 10:01 AM
In the past year of my life I learned how dreams give me answers, so I'm almost positive that dreams can be used to give anyone answers.
For example, I dreamt that I was in my house looking out the window, and I could feel a person in another house pointing a Sniper Rifle at me. I felt
scared and I had to get away, like they could kill me at any moment.
After the dream I thought about it, and I realized that I very often feel watched and thus I feel self-conscious about it. For example, if I am
practicing martial arts before class, I feel like people are watching me and if I make a mistake everyone would see it. So the dream allowed me to
look at that and realize that my fear was unwarranted. I shouldn't be afraid I should be stronger.
After that, whenever a person treats me bad in my dreams, I stand up to them. I tell them what's on my mind and that I'm not scared of them. By doing
that in my dream, I feel like in real life I am not so much afraid of people. I'm not afraid of standing up for what I believe as much...I still have
a long way to go, but it's a start!
So yeah, I think dreams definitely show us how we behave in real life. If I'm a scared person with low self-esteem, I'm not going to dream about being
very brave all the time and feeling very confident. The dreams reflect yourself. And if we can see ourselves for what we are in our dream, when waking
life we might not be conscious of it, it gives us answers because it reveals truth. They say the Truth sets you free. I believe knowing who you truly
are sets you free because being true to yourself is the only way to be truly free.
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And if that doesn't make sense. Think about if you're not true to yourself, you're not free because you are caught in chains that are keeping you from
being true to yourself. I hope that makes it sound clearer.
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