- What is the situation?
- What does it takesplace?
- What is the action? If for example, you dream of a horse, how is that horse behaving? Is it nervous, calm, menacing, flying, tethered or in your bedroom? Are you riding the horse, walking next to it?
6. Share your dream. Sharing your dream with other passionate dreamers will bring out deeper meanings. Without interpreting another person’s dream, the exchange of possibilities and different perspectives reveal hidden gems we may not have noticed. The experience of a sacred circle of trusted dreamers can be very enlightening.
7. Questions: Each dream will provoke different questions that help you understand the meaning.
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- Why did I have this dream and how might it relate to my life now?
- What am I grateful for in this dream?
- What actions will you take based on what you have learned?
- Give your dream a title to help you remember it more vividly.
Do you wonder about your dreams?
Feel free to leave a question in the comments or share one of your dreams if you like.
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