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When interpreting a dream avoid being stuck on images and symbols that are familiar though appear completely unrelated to your intended dream work.
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The rational mind will attempt to obscure any information that you are apprehensive to learn. There will always be an interpretation that feels personally true no matter what symbols are remembered. Feelings (intuition) during the dream may be much more significant than what was seen.
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Say for instance you fall asleep with the intention to dream of an abundance of money coming to you from an unexpected place. When you wake, the dream you remember is that of being chased into a cave by a frightening animal where you surprisingly find family or friends and try to warn the of this pending doom though they appear un-phased. You wake feeling anxious and frightened.
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This small bit of what actually transpired during the dream could seem unrelated to the intended work. Be in touch with the feeling of the situation. The fear may have been related to not having needed money and the animal representing mounting bills. Family and friends not being afraid for you or themselves might indicate that the fear is unwarranted. It may be that family and friends are the source of unexpected funds coming available. There may have been a lesson in the wealth of family and friends being greater than money.
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Ultimately the result of that dream work may be that money or abundance is manifested in many different ways.
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An example like the one above when not considering more details from a dreamer, is uni-planar and somewhat simple in regards to the multi-dimensional nature of dreams and all the possibilities of interpretation.
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Most important is not to get stuck trying to understand symbols in a literal sense. There will be an interpretation that feels right and fits the intended dream work.
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You’re Already in Heaven”
Chapter 1 page 51
copyright May 2010
Dr. Robin L. Futoran

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