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Psychic Medium Reveals Powerful Techniques To Interpret Your Dreams

Psychic Development and The Value of Dreams

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.

Psychic Functioning: Why Do We Dream?

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!

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Accessing Your Psychic Ability: Four Steps for Interpreting Dreams

  1. Pay attention to the feelings you get in your dreams. Feelings are an indication that something is important, dangerous, or worthy, and they are an emotional link to persons, places, or events in the dream. Take time to make any relevant and necessary connections; they are messages. As you become more in tune with your dream space, you will want to expand your investigation of dreams and your connection to them.
  2. Trust that dreams have meaning. Ask yourself, how does this dream pertain to me or have meaning to my conscious life? Trust that knowing the implications of a dream may take time. The delivery of dream messages is transcendent, and over time, the meaning will come. Those who make it a point to study their dreams often keep a dream journal they can refer to later, when an insight about a particular dream eventually presents itself. Keeping a journal ensures that every detail about a dream has been recorded, making it possible to associate those details with the essence of its possible message. That way, no point is forgotten.
  3. Know that dreams have applications to the past, present, and future. Dream messages aren’t always about what is currently happening in your life or the lives of those you know. They can bring messages that warn of past behaviors, give meaning to past events, or point out the importance of past activities. They can also be prophetic in nature. Much can be learned through information made available by dreams; it should not be ignored.
  4. Look for the relevancy of a dream. Question the information in your dreams, and search out what is most useful and valuable. Question whether any connection can be made to other events in your life or the lives of others. Dreams are not just random thoughts or ruminations. They are transmissions from the universal matrix. Important things happening in your waking life can instigate a dream. Matters in your waking life are often crying out for answers and explanations. Dreams often have those answers.

Additional Psychic Development Tips to Enhance Your Learning

  • Tune into the feelings of your dream, and other insights will come.
  • Give your dreams the level of importance they deserve.
  • Create your own dream dictionary or book of symbols.
  • Remember: you are the best person to interpret your dreams.
  • Trust that dreams serve to enrich your life.

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.

As a Budding Psychic, Create a Book of Symbols

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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I Think I’m a Prophetic Dreamer: How Do I Develop My Psychic Abilities?

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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What’s Next?

I hope you enjoyed this article on the very popular topic of twin flames. If you’re looking for more spiritual development information, check out The Intuitive Hour: Awaken Your Inner Voice podcast, along with my over 183 episodes covering a wide variety of intuitive development topics.

This article is based on an episode at the Intuitive Hour: Awaken Your Inner Voice, one of the Top 8 Podcasts of 2022 To Improve Your Interpersonal Skills right alongside some of the podcast greats: Anthony Robbins, Jay Shetty, Brendon Burchard and featured as 45 Best Psychic Podcasts.

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  • Brenda says:

    Sometimes I start dreaming as soon as I start drifting off. Has my brain reached REM that quickly? Also, do you have any insight as to a couple recurring dreams I’ve had all my life? They are very vivid…Dolby sound and Technicolor!? I really would appreciate any insight you have to these questions.

    • Hi Brenda! I’m so delighted with your question! Personally, I have water dreams. Since I can remember, I’ve dreamt of water at various times. I quickly realized these dreams were a guide for me offering insight to my present life and/or what’s ahead. The water presents in my dream in different ways. Sometimes it’s frozen water; placid, warm bright blue water; murky, and/or shallow. I recall one dream of a frozen canal and yet another of a dynamic, rushing, loud waterfall. In time, as I explored these water dreams more their meanings became very clear to me. Now, I’m able to respond to them and make changes in my life whenever I have this kind of dream. Yes, indeed your recurring dreams are here to get your attention, guide you and make changes in your life. These recurring dreams you and I are having are called ‘precognitive dreams’. Please visit this article on Precognitive Dreams to get you started in understanding them. From there, if you have any further questions please do email me! Warmly, Michelle

      1. Keep a dream journal. – In your journal record and date each dream in detail as possible.
      2. Start with Lucid dreaming. – In this space you begin to open the door to a new kind of consciousness that encompassed things like out of body experiences and astral travel.
      3. Be Open and Receptive. – Your subconscious will begin to send you signs and symbols and messages, if you will listen. So, be especially tuned in and open to heightened messages.

      Tap the link in my bio ? to check out this entire article at my Blog!

      Please share the learning and TAG someone in the comments who is learning to expand their understanding of their dreams!

  • Dani says:

    Hi I ended up dreaming of my ex girlfriend last night, we were relaxing walking around since we’re close friends and she asked why I didn’t marry her. I told her she broke up with me and she then told me how she wanted to start a family. Then the dream proceeded with different things I don’t understand, such as school then working my way up into the medical field.?

  • J says:

    Hi, Ive felt a connection with a person who was missing recently. The night before he was found I dreamt where he was and hands lifting him up. The location was exactly like a dreamed in a different state and somewhere Ive never been. I felt sad and I guess guilty as I couldnt help How can I tell him Im sorry? Ive never let anyone in to speak with me . I really want to know hes ok and tell him he can always come to me.

  • Crystal says:

    I’ve been having a lot of vivid dreaming even before Covid happened. I feel like I’m being guided now to get explanations/help on my dreams. I don’t want to open up anymore abilities that I have. I just want to be able to sleep restfully without having the lingering feeling of a dream the next day.

    • Hi Crystal, Your dreams are not in charge, you are. Set the intention as you fall asleep that you’ll awake rested. When you wake, make note of any lingering emotions or images. In so doing you create a subconscious purging and so the dream does not go with you throughout the day. Warmly, Michelle

  • stacey says:

    rough water dreams for many years was based on my emotional self in the physical body experiences and the fear i faced here on earth. As soon as i faced and stopped fighting against the currents and magnificent waves ,my physical self became stronger and i learned from dream experiences how to face the tough times in my life and very challenging situations. I believe that when i dream a book of horrors that i am guided there by the other side to learn in the spiritual world in order to be strong in the physical world. I also believe that once challenges in the spiritual world are conquered we are able to connect spiritually in the physical world.

  • Celina Hidalgo says:

    Every night my dreams consist of me trying to find a way home. I’m not exactly lost, I know where I’m going.. I just can never seem to get there. I don’t even think I know what home is in the dream. I’m just trying my hardest to get there.. but I never make it.

    • Celina, Your dreams are happening with you and for you, not to you. So you are in charge. Set the intention to get where you’re going. Try saying out loud before you fall asleep, “Universe, it is my intention to reach my destination of home in my dream.” Warmly, Michelle

  • Brenna says:

    Hi Michelle,
    I’m very excited that I found you after scouring the internet for some help with interpreting my dreams. I will definitely check out your podcast. I have been having frequent dreams lately with certain reoccurring symbols, such as black cats. And I LOVE black cats, so these have always been happy dreams. In addition, I’ve had many recent dreams about being in the presence of people with psychic or other metaphysical powers, and being shown and taught about a berry that has some magical powers. I was not scared and these were either happy or curious dreams. I have some possible feelings of what this could mean, but couldn’t find much in dreamer dictionaries about this. I feel like both of these themes are connected. Any guidance or ideas are very welcome. Thank you!

  • Caitlin says:

    Although I never met the man. I’ve had a dream of helping this celebrity who had passed away almost 3 years ago in real life. I’ve always felt like some sort of connection with his music but this time in my dream it was as if i was on a mission to help uncover the truth behind his death. Ive always had really intense and vivid dreams and im still not sure what this one meant but it just felt completely real to me and personal. In a lot of my dreams i can control what im doing or what happens but i always wake up with a strange sense of closeness to these people ive never met.

  • Confused says:

    Hi. Recently, I’ve started writing my dreams down here and there. Sometimes when I dream, in my dream, I say to myself, “you’re dreaming so this is your world and you will control it,” from there, I am able to control my dreams. For example, I was having a nightmare and in my dream I told myself, “listen, this is just a dream so it’s your mind, you can control what happens.” I’ve done this several times. What does this mean? Also, I’ve prayed had to mourn a loss in the past and it’s been years, but it comes up in my dreams still. Even after not thinking about this loss for a long time; it just pops back in my dreams. I am actively telling the universe to end the thoughts and dreams of the loss. Usually, it goes away for months and right when I think the thoughts and feelings of the loss is gone, it pops up in a dream. How can I solve this problem? Thank you, I’ve enjoyed your post.

    • Thank you for sharing your experience. You are receiving guidance in your dreams indeed. Set the intention to continue this clarity and the answers will come to you more and more, w/o this back and forth you mentioned. Stay consistent, that is the key. Be well now and do keep in touch! (: Warmly, Michelle

  • Melissa says:

    I’m new to being a medium and have had a dream that I told them about a deceased love one had a message for one of them. The next day in real life they had to cancel due to a death in the family. I’m not sure what to make of this.

  • Steph says:

    I had a dream last night of my family hanging out, outside. Kids playing all if a sudden a train came by supper load and a lady appeared and began to tell me she’s gonna pass. I kept saying who and she said she’s gonna choke and there will be blood. I kept saying who, ” still yelling loud over sound of train) and she points to my daughter and says her!!! I woke up instantly after with a fear, heart racing. Does this mean something?

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