10,000 Dream Meanings
How To Harness The Power Of Your Dreams
Dreams Interpreted With Easy To Understand Meanings!
Understanding The Power Of Your Dreams!
wife of a captain who has gone out to the Indian mutiny sees one night
her husband standing before her with his hands pressed to his breast,
and a look of suffering on his face. The agitation that she feels
convinces her that he is either killed or badly wounded.
November 14th. The War Office subsequently publishes his death
having taken place on November 15th. She endeavors to have the true date
ascertained. The War Office was wrong. He died on the 14th.
child six years old stops in the middle of his play and cries out,
''Mamma, I have seen Mamma.'' At that moment his mother was dying far away
young girl at a ball stops short in the middle of a dance and cries, bursting
into tears. 'My father is dead; I have just seen him.' At that moment her
father died. She did not even know he was ill.
these things present themselves to us as indicating not physiological
operations of one brain acting on another, but psychic actions of spirit upon
spirit. We feel that they indicate to us some power unknown.
the power dreams have over our life. They can shape and mold our future in all
sorts of ways, and by harnessing that power we end up changing our lives for
is what you will learn .....
meaning of over 10,000 dreams interpreted into plain easy to understand
I don't know about you, but I've brought a few "dream guides"
before from bookstores and they usually only cover the very basics. If you
want to know what death means and a few other more common dreams, then by
all means, buy one of those books, but if you want over 10,000 dreams
analyzed for you in an easy to read format, look no further.
will learn how dreams are formed and why we do dream in the first place. A
dream to the average or sensual person, bears the same relation to his
objective life that it maintained in the case of the
ideal dreamer, but it means pleasures, sufferings and advancements on a
lower or material plane.
to develop the power to dream the dreams you want to dream
A person can, if he will, completely relax his mind and body to the
receptive mood required for dreams to appear as realities, or true
explanations of future events.
to harness the subconscious memory
The subconscious memory may be the direct cause of certain dreams. When
the mind is centered on certain things, the sleeper goes over his life
again and again in phantom fashion. He lives over the experiences of
his daily life.
Very often the ego enlightens the sleeper of some material thing for his
own benefit, which he may use
advantageously in his waking state, but as he generally looks at the
phenomena of dreams as an hallucination of the brain, he allows many a
golden opportunity to slip through his fingers because the materialist's
brain cannot grasp things of the spirit.