Do you dream at night? Of course you do – everyone does. If you tell me that you don't remember all your dreams, I will believe that.
If you don't remember your dreams, do this: before you go to bed, simply ask in your mind to remember whatever you dream, and leave it at that. At some point you will remember a dream.
For those who do remember dreams, keep a notebook next to your bed. When you do remember a dream, write down all the details you can remember. Focus especially on objects, animals and your own emotions. Then, when you have time, do some research on the internet and find out about the symbols in your dreams. You will discover that each object, animal or emotion may have several meanings. You will know which meaning resonates with you.
Over time, your dreams bring information to you and reflect your life and your own personal development. This is especially the case with dreams about your house – and I don't mean the physical house you are living in in this world.
To give you an example: I often dream about my house – and the house has changed over time. Thirty years ago, the dreams were really upsetting because every room in my house had a toilet and I was forever scrubbing toilets – to the extent that I did not want to go to sleep so that I could avoid dreaming. Looking back, that was the time when I was very unhappy in my marriage.
Later on the house changed – it became a multi-story palace with many rooms. Each room was richly decorated, and I was short of nothing, but the house scared me. I was alone in the house, and it was too much for me. This was about the time when I was first exploring my clairvoyance (which was amazing) and at the same time I had to deal with the rejection of my culture and religious heritage which no longer made sense to me.
Recently I dreamt about being in my house again. I loved it there, but noticed that there were twenty doors from which you could enter the house. Some of them were locked, and others were not. None of the doors had keys. I resolved to buy new locks so that I could replace all of the locks and be able to decide who can come in where. What makes you think that I have never had as much control over who I am as I have now?
Listen to your dreams. They speak a secret language that you can learn to decipher. They give you ideas, warn you, teach you, and get you to explore a whole different world.
Sweet dreams ...