Guidance from any dream

 

Some differentiate dreams into mundane and spiritual, and it may be helpful in some situations.

But why not use any dream as a guide?

For instance, I can go back into any dream using active imagination, interacting with the dream elements in a different way to see what happens. I may get new insights into the dynamics among these dream elements, and also how to  facilitate among them differently – including in daily life. (It all happens within my own world of images, whether I call it a dream, imagination or daily life.)

And I can notice beliefs and investigate them, both the ones I acted on in the dream and the ones came up about the dream after I woke up. I can find what is more true for me than the initial beliefs.

Using these types of approaches, any dream offer valuable and practical guidance. There is no need to wait for the “big dreams”. I may even see that the guidance in the Big Dreams were there all along, in the smaller and more mundane dreams.

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It may be helpful to occasionally differentiate dreams into mundane and spiritual, as some do.

But why not use any dream as a guide?

I can go back into any dream using active imagination, and what unfolds is usually quite helpful – and sometimes surprising.

And I can notice and investigate beliefs around the dream. Beliefs I had in the dream, and beliefs about the dream itself.

Using these types of approaches, any dream can give very valuable and practical guidance. They come from the same dream-maker, after all.

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Initial outline…

  • guidance from any dream
    • active imagination
    • inquire into beliefs

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