Monte Farber’s Psychic Thoughts: Dreams

Dreaming? Listen to your dreams!
Listen to your dreams! Photo: Aliaksandr Zharnasek/iStock/Thinkstock

A dream can warn us of potential danger. Frequently things that trouble us crystallize in a dream.

Everyone who sleeps, dreams, including animals. When you take a nap, you are 10 times more likely to remember your dreams.

On average, we sleep for a third of each day. Take your age and divide it by 1/3 and you will know how many years you have been asleep, on the other side, in this lifetime. For example, if you are 30 years old, you have slept for 10 years.

Many dreams bring messages, some part of your soul’s evolution. Dreamtime is often a place of transformation for the soul where it awakens afterward enlightened about the next step on its journey into awareness. This is a time where the soul and mind process the path of the dream traveler who returns with higher frequency of thought and personal mission.

If you can perceive your dreams as projected illusion, in which you are experiencing and learning, then so too shall you look upon your experiences in the physical, and unlock the mysteries of humanity.

From the point of view of dreamtime and other realms of conscious awareness, our reality is but a projected illusion in linear time.

1. Repetitive Dreams
You have the same dream over and over as if a message is being sent from other side, which you have to understand. Usually this is you sending yourself a message, often a warning.

2. Precognitive or Prophetic Dreams
You dream about events that manifest in the future—usually within 3 weeks, if not immediately. These can be personal or universal messages. You may also see your future partner, your children, a place you will live, or future events for the planet.

3. Universal Dreams
These dreams are related to information you receive from the collective unconscious, and the Akashic records—that which creates the reality in which we live. Whenever a dream presents symbols of a cosmic nature, in all probability it is a representation of a universal dream. Such dreams are reflective of religious experiences, and denote changes that are to occur at some future time.

4. Spirit Dreams
These are messages given by those who have crossed over, a religious icon or angel. These are often the soul of someone you knew, guiding your journey or telling you they are okay on the other side.

Read here about Monte Farber, the Hamptons’ number one psychic and astrologer.

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