A Forest of Dreams: A Dreamer’s Dictionary ~ Dream Interpretation 1
Learn to Interpret Your Dreams
Introduction / Part ONE
The Dream Interpretation Blog Series will serve as an introduction to the use of a dictionary of dream interpretation produced for Proven Psychics. This work is a ten year project of one of our official dream interpreter, S. M. Scarpa. Her specialty has been drawn from her grandmother’s skills in dream interpretation. A FOREST OF DREAMS: A Dreamer’s Dictionary is an alphabetized word dictionary drawn from multiple sources and cultures for the use of our clients. A dream interpretation dictionary is the hidden door to your forest of dreams. A FOREST OF DREAMS: A Dreamer’s Dictionary is available online in Kindle format.
Dear dreaming friends:
A forest of dreams – it seems like we wander aimlessly in this dark woodland. Insights revealed to us by the uninhibited brain activity freed by sleep are important tools for coping with uncertainties and problems we face in waking life. Over the ages scholars and ordinary people have worked to record and analyze dreams and find the meaning and direction. Hundreds – perhaps thousands of volumes have been written to provide understanding of the meanings of the images.
Is your dream in today’s list of dream definitions? Remember to think of how the meanings given fit into your situation.
“The dream is the hidden door in the deepest and most intimate sanctum of the soul.” Carl Jung
Don’t be frustrated if you “just can’t remember” after a few minutes of wakefulness. You can actually train yourself to remember these things. Before you go to sleep, take a few moments to tell yourself “I will dream and I will remember.” Set out your notebook nearby. Make quick notes as soon as you wake — even if only a few words. You will be surprised how quickly your mind will come to obey.
After perhaps five fruitful memories of dreams, begin to note – it is best on the same page – what you thought the dream was related to. Later in the day (or week) note if there as some particularly important event after that dream. Go back and check if your thoughts matched the meanings given in your dream book.
We will go more into the thoughts and situations your dreams can reveal to you in the next blog entry.
Sr. S. M.
Here are a few dream interpretations, I have researched for a number of dream subjects.
Abbey – An abbey – the large building used to house a religious order -is a symbol of the mansion of your soul. Observe the condition of the building; this can be a glimpse of the state of being of your inner self. Protection and high beliefs as well as peace of mind if the structure is in good repair and well lit. To visit an abbey says you are popular with those who supervise your work. If you see the structure clearly in sunshine, this is a good omen in general. To see the structure at night or in rain predicts a temporary sadness.
Acacia (tree) – To dream of the fragrance of this tree or see the yellow blossoms is a lucky omen for the fulfillment of your secret passions.
Back door – Changes are on the way. Be careful of your friends in regard to partnerships. Seeing a thief sneak into your back door promises unexpected money coming your way. To be leaving by the back door can mean a broken promise.
Call – To hear someone call your name predicts important news to come soon. Good fortune for one in love. To be calling someone else, or hear someone else called reveals news to come involving something broken, such as a divorce.
Daisy ( see also: Blossom, Flower) – Good luck. Good fortune in gambling and games of chance. Kindness will be received. To pick a daisy foretells ease and happiness in your life. A field of this flower blooming in the sunshine denotes good times and good health. A bunch or bouquet of wilting daisies predicts sadness or a disappointment.
Earth (see also: Dirt, Mud) – Examine your basic principles in life. News of a sad nature if you dream you are lying on the earth. However, if you are buried in earth this is a dream lucky for gamblers. To see earth that has recently been plowed predicts profit.
Want To Use This Article In Your Ezine or Website? You have my permission, as long as you include this complete blurb with it: S. M. Scarpa is the official dream interpreter for http://www.ProvenPsychics.com She is a multi-published author. Access S. M. Scarpa’s free dream article archive, and grab some free stuff at http://provenpsychics.com/psychics/s-m-scarpa A Forest of Dreams: A Dreamer’s Dictionary can be found on Kindle. Ms. Scarpa lives in Florida with her family, a broad collection of books and cats while teaching dream interpretation classes.