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Dreams are like a virtual reality program rehearsing multiple scenarios, while mixing and matching probable out comes, true to the best understanding we have of what our paths calls for. They may or may not be God’s path, depending on our personal commitment to Christ. Still, various scenarios are played out according to the in-put our life experiences have provided. Victories and failures, that are often driven by moods and emotions, meld together, with the past and present; often, exploring a probable or feared future, with in the compiled data. Fears, and traumas, hopes, and desires, moral choices, verses immoral choices, appear to be played out, and examined across the spectrum of this venue, called our dreams. Sometimes our mind, acting like the body, flushes waste, or immulates our skin on how it expels a sliver. Clusters of troublesome, blurry dreams, lasting for days then gone like a mist forever. Impossible to be understood, or remembered, forever forgotten. While afterwards we have somehow resolved to face a few more difficult days, somehow inexplicably renewed. A design fashioned by a merciful God that even the lost souls of this world benifit from.
Whether all dreams have meaning is not known. But they all have purpose as I stated before, it is the brain’s way of processing useful data, and possibly eliminating or archiving irevelent data. In the articles God Speaks In Our Dreams I and II there is a list of what kind of dreams to pay attention to. These dreams have a quality similar to a special message interrupting a regularly scheduled television show. They grab your attention and usually contain important or even alarming information. They are often memorable. With your thoughts tending to return back to the dream several times through out the day. They can return to us in our waking hours, and remain in our thoughts for weeks, or even be remembered, vividly, off and on for a life time. They can trigger more dreams like them. These dreams should be resolved through prayer seeking to put them to rest. Unless, they are just acting as a truthful and peaceful conveyor of comfort. The following list is the details one should remember when writing down, or telling their dreams, to an interpreter.
1. If you dream of someone who you have not seen in years and remember their name, the name may be important. Look it up in the etymology of names.
2. Animals- look up the animal’s attributes in an encyclopedia, research where they are mentioned in scripture.
3. Vehicles- think about what kind it is, what it is used for. Ask yourself why was I not driving the car I have now? It will be because there is something about that make or model that is speaking to you. Ships sail, airplanes fly, trains are on rails, etc … all of these variations point specifically to what your dream is trying to portray to you.
4. Color- Again scripture reference colors in your dream. Think about what they mean to you. All know that green represents living things. Blue often depicts peace, depending on what shade. Purple royalty. Yellow glory, the sun, light. Orange may mean warning; red, passion, love, stop etc. Ask yourself why these colors?
5. If you dream of sitting at a table, ask your self why was it round? Or square? Unless, it is your actual table at home, then those variation wouldn’t necessarily count. Where is the table, is it in your house or somewhere else? Note details. Was it set? Was it covered?
6. Rooms in the house all have special meaning. In the kitchen you cook, prepare, serve. In the living room, you relax, entertain company, play, and fellowship with family and friends. In the bathroom you bathe, clean up, eliminate waste, it is private for you, alone. In the bedroom you sleep, rest, are intimate with your spouse. Windows, doors, no windows, no doors …
7. Occupations, work dreams, things you are doing, building, taking apart; how you are dressed.
8. School dreams, what are you doing, are you in the present or is it a dream referencing the past?
9. Season of the year, time of the day. Weather. Storms etc …
10. Emotions, yours or others. The feel of the dream, happy, sad, angry. Are you in the dream or watching it?
All these are details that are important to note in your dreams. If you remember them they are important. You may have one about friends that drive up in your driveway in a car, but the car is not the same as the one they have in real life. You’ve got to ask yourself, “why were they driving the make and model of a car they do not have?” There is a reason for these details. They’re there to paint a picture that relay specific parallels or parables to you; so make sure you leave nothing out, when writing down your dreams.
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