Use Meditation to Interpret Your Dreams

Let’s face it dream interpretation can be difficult at times, especially for beginners. Even seasoned dream interpreters, myself included, may find a dream baffling. When you add in your denial about how you’re feeling or a situation in your life, then it’s impossible for you to understand your true dream meanings.

This is where meditation could help, for you have more waking awareness during meditation than when you’re dreaming. You decide which of the two meditation style to use, whether you choose to keep your mind blank or use visualization. Let’s investigate these two styles.

Meditation Dream Meanings

Interpret Your Dream with Silent Meditation

  • Find a quiet spot where you won’t be disturbed.
  • Close your eyes and ask for the meaning of your dream.
  • Do your best to keep your mind clear without thinking what the answer could be.
  • Allow the answer to come up, whether it is: a thought, an emotion, vision, smell, or hearing the answer.
  • Journal the messages you received, even if you don’t comprehend them at that moment.

Visualization Meditation to Interpret Your Dreams

  • Find a quiet spot where you won’t be disturbed.
  • Breathe deeply and close your eyes.
  • Visualize your dream.
  • Allow yourself to use other senses if you have trouble visualizing the dream.
  • Ask for clarity while you’re remembering your dream.
  • Let go of how this process happens during the time of being in your dream.
  • Journal whatever occurred and/or answers you received.

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Delayed Answers

Perhaps you didn’t receive any information? Please do not allow this to discourage you as your fear could have blocked the process; therefore, either wait a few days to repeat this procedure or take a time out. Sometimes the answer will not be presented right away in meditation. Instead, the meditation assists you to receive insight in another manner, such as: you receive the dream meanings out of the blue, your dream is repeated to help you understand it upon awaking, overhearing a conversation, watching a video, or while searching for information on another topic. There are times when you need input from a trusted friend or dream analyst to break through your denial.

A former teacher of mine often stated, “Psyche is kind, it never gives you more than you can handle.” If you have not received an answer it means that it’s not time yet, especially when it’s a post-traumatic stress dream. Know that when you’re ready, your answer will appear.

Have you ever meditated to help you analyze a dream? I would love to hear about it in the comments. Do you need help with this process? Book a dream interpretation coaching session today.

Interpret Dreams with Meditation

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