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Deciphering Dreams

Learn how to decipher your dream within a few minutes into a one-liner message.
Dream Deciphering Practical
Learning to Record Dreams
Understanding Your Dream Language

Below are 3 practical tools

  • Dream Elements and Collective Meanings PDF
  • Dream Elements, Collective Meanings with Examples Excel
  • Dream Deciphering Method, Quick Reference Page PDF
How dreams can intertwine with your path.
How asking your dreams questions can intertwine with your path.
Why Ask Your Dreams Questions?
Understanding dreamscape sequels and how they can intertwine with your path.
Different Types of Dreams
How crystal clear dreams intertwine with your path.
Here I share a dream that I had that led me on a journey.

Following on from the presentation on how to decipher your dreams within a few minutes into a one-liner message,

below you can explore some of the elements further,

looking at why and how elements appear in your dreams.

Here I expand on the main dream themes, physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual.
Characters alongside objects and landscapes play a main role in your dreams – looking at why and how characters appear in your dreams.
Characters can represent characteristic traits as presented in the video Characters. Alternatively, characters can represent phases. Symbolizing phases of life or situations.
Characters can represent the figure they are portrayed in the dream. For example; a mother – nurturing motherly aspect or a police officer – self-policing aspect.
Landscapes alongside objects and characters play a main role in your dreams – looking at why landscapes appear in your dreams
The house and the rooms – looking at why you dream of different rooms.
The house, in and around it – looking at why you dream of the different elements of a house.
Places, specifically retail outlets.
Weather – looking at why weather appears in your dreams.
Seasons – looking at why seasons appear in your dreams.
Directions. Directions as in east, north, west, and south, above and below, when you are moving, standing, or looking in a direction. Like all dream elements, the direction adds to the message, the characters, and objects, moving or positioned allude to the movement or position of something.
Visuals. Like all dream elements, the visuals add to the message, the characters, objects, and landscapes appearing blurry or distorted alludes to perception and feeling on the matter.
Colour visuals and settings. Like all dream elements, the visuals add to the message, the characters, objects, and landscapes appearing light or dim alludes to perception and feeling on the matter.
The perspective the dream was viewed or seen. Like all dream elements, the perspective adds to the message, showing you where you align with matter and your perceptions about it.
Driving can represent your movement, direction, and progress along your path or a situation.
Actions can represent movement along your path or a situation. It can show you how you feel, and suggest what you can do and how to go about it.
Paths can represent your life journey. Symbolizing your direction, movement, and opportunities.
The body. Body anomalies or body types add to the dream’s message.
Body parts can either represent what the body part does or apply logic to the area.
Clothes can represent how you are dealing with something or a characteristic trait.
Colours give more detail to the element that is highlighted within your dream and the dream’s message.
Products can represent a suggestion of a tool to use or it can represent the functionality of the individual product.
Excerpts from Hidden Hands in reference to dreams.
Excerpts from Law of One in reference to dreams.
Excerpts from The Sasquatch Message to Humanity: Book Three in reference to dreams.

“Dreams provide the most interesting information for those who take the trouble to understand their symbols. 
 
The results, it is true, have little to do with such worldly concerns as buying and selling. 

But the meaning of life is not exhaustively explained by one’s business, nor is the deep desire of the human heart answered by a bank account.”

Carl Jung