In dream time our teachers come from other realms to heal our souls. Our bodies wonder in different dimensions seeking wisdom, solutions for our path on this earth. We are aways in communion with this sacred space, traveling to the stars connecting with the darkness. There are four types of dreaming: First is the “Wealth Dream” that aids with material possessions, the dreamer is guided by his allies to find knowledge that will help him to manifest abundance in his daily life. The second type of dream is called “No Account” in this type of dream you will awaken and have forgotten everything from your dream, not accessing any secrets or wisdom by your allies. The third type is a “Wish Dream” containing knowledge about the hopes and aspirations for the dreamers future. The fourth type is a “Medicine Dream” bringing vision to the dreamer of his impeccable path and honorable way.
Dream time journeying is very important for those who seek answers, and want to develop their intuition. These lucid dreams are journeys that come to you while half awake, as you observe your physical body, while being inside the dream state witnessing the parallel universe. In this Dream time your soul is sending messages to your physical body to help you become aware of your present life. I always keep a journal by my bed to write down any important messages that I may receive during this time. The dragonfly is the doorkeeper allowing the gates of other dimensions to be open, breaking away physical illusions. The lizard and iguana are the daytime dream guides. When they appear in your path they are guiding you to the dream state, breaking away all illusions and veils of different dimensions.
Dreams are sacred messages. Native Americans believe that the night air is filled with dreams both good and bad. The dream catcher when hung over or near your bed swinging freely in the air, catches the dreams as they flow by. The good dreams know how to pass through the dream catcher, slipping through the outer holes and slide down the soft feathers. The bad dreams not knowing the way get tangled in the dream catcher and perish with the first light of the new day. A single bead or shell in the middle represents the spider that is on her web. Scattered beads throughout the web may represent good dreams that may have been caught throughout the night. A feather represents air which is attached for movement, as we shift energy and form, manifesting memories of a magic time.
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