“What if you slept
And what if
In your sleep
You dreamed
And what if
In your dream
You went to heaven
And there plucked a strange and beautiful flower
And what if
When you awoke
You had that flower in you hand
Ah, what then?”
~Samuel Taylor Coleridge~

There are three types of dreams… the first, those we slip into as we fall asleep, are essentially meaningless and usually based upon whatever we were thinking about, reading or watching on TV prior to bed.

In the middle of our sleep cycle – typically around 3am – we have precognitive dreams. As our subconscious processes all the information it has received, a likely scenario is presented in the form of a dream and is usually accurate. During this period we can also travel to other dimensions, talk with those on the astral plane or do spiritual work. Should you wake from a precognitive dream, it’s a good idea to write it down (along with the time) because they tend to dissipate upon awakening when the conscious mind shifts back into action.
The early morning dreams just prior to awakening are called venting dreams and they typically mean the opposite of what was experienced. The mind is discarding old fears, beliefs or limitations that no longer serve your journey. For instance, dreaming about failure indicates a release of the fear of failure.
Knowing the type of dream can transform them into powerful tools to utilize on your path of transformation. Pay attention to the feelings you experience and particularly notice what is released in the venting dreams. That’s a great indicator of the healing work you’re doing.
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