9 Daily Practices To Jumpstart Your Psychic Development
Are you curious to know how to open your psychic senses? Many of us possess natural psychic abilities like intuition and dreaming, yet few have tapped into their full potential….
Sigmund Freud called dreaming “the royal road to the unconscious.” As you take on the challenge of becoming a psychic, you will learn the importance of dreams and the valuable messages they
Dreams have an unfathomable ability to deliver profound messages, spiritual insights, and guidance, unlike other avenues of mental access. To make the most of what you are learning, take note of every new feeling and emotion immediately after a dream; you may wish to revisit them later.
Consider, with clarity of thought, the meanings and ideas your dreams are suggesting. Dreams are an additional path leading to spiritual growth. They are proof that your perceptive abilities and powers of discernment are increasing. Your dreams will take different forms; they may be prophetic in nature, with stronger than usual impact. Some of your dreams may involve interchanges between you and a loved one who has passed. They can act as an avenue to provide an easy, relaxed space for such encounters to occur. Each form of a dream is a message. Dreams prove there are few limitations to what we can comprehend through the psychic influences of the subconscious mind. Every opportunity to dream allows your astral body to leave the constraints of this conscious
world and enter higher vibrations and dimensions—dimensions where all existence is limitless and timeless.
We dream because we need to. Dreams are part of our physiological and psychological makeup and are necessary to our mental and physical well-being. Humans cannot replenish their bodies or maintain their mental faculties without reaching the magical state of rapid eye movement (R.E.M.) sleep—the level that allows us to dream.
Dreaming signals the proper release of chemicals and hormones our bodies need. If sleep weren’t essential for us, we would have evolved beyond the need to dream long ago.
Dreams are a vehicle to help us align our emotional selves. We are able to act out unpleasant experiences, find the reasons for them, and soften their affects. Dreams also help us to problem-solve. We’ve all heard the phrase, “I need to sleep on it.” Somehow, when our minds relax to sleep and dream, we wake with solutions we were unable to imagine without the benefit of sleep. That is why it is a good idea to keep a pen and paper by your bed, so you can record solutions before they are forgotten.
Paul McCartney came up with the words to the Beatles hit song Yesterday while in a dream state. Albert Einstein captured the theory of relativity while in a dream state. The inspiration behind the creation of the sewing machine came from a dream. So the dream state is a way to solve problems, as well as a schoolroom for great ideas, innovations, and inspiration!
Remember: your dreams are a valuable and rich source of guidance and information. The depth of your spiritual connection to all that exists in this world and the world beyond is expanded through dreaming.
The best person to interpret your dreams is you. Years ago, people would consult a dream encyclopedia, manual, or dictionary in which everything that could happen in a dream was cataloged, along with a corresponding interpretation. While the attempt at this type of dream interpretation was honest, the application was so general that it was impractical and irrelevant to the seeker. The best way to get a handle on knowing whether incidences—recurring or not—have a particular meaning is to create a book of symbols pertinent to only you.
First, make it a point to have a journal or notepad nearby before you go to bed. Second, pay close attention to any images that stand out in your dream, and immediately, upon waking, jot them down. Pay attention to colors, sounds, the setting, objects such as a car, house, or water, and even other people. Most importantly, be mindful of any emotions that present in your dream. Often it is the last dream before you awaken that will be the most meaningful for you. Lastly, connect any of those images, happenings, or ideas to your waking life that appear to be strongly associated. These associations will be apparent each time a dream experience occurs. Your book of symbols will be an accumulation of documented information and will serve as your reference for interpretations.
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Great! You must first begin to be more aware of your dreams. Information in dreams comes to you when it can’t reach the waking mind. So develop the facility for recalling dreams. A dream journal can help make you more able to recall the higher vibrational messages delivered to you in your sleep.
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