We all dream of love. When we fall in love it is an obsession; and a grand obsession. Sometimes a dream becomes a nightmare, that’s true. But love is real, intuition is real, and when we dream we activate the forces of our mind.
We need to use our obsession. We need to see his/her face next to ours on the pillow; even if the face or the body isn’t really there. We need to smell them, feel the touch of their skin, feel the lover holding you and then fall into sleep. By using this visualization (science has proven it is more likely to happen with visualization than not. For example, Athletes improving performance with visualization) we can create a wonderful experience.
Do we remember our dreams? Not always. Dreams are a separate reality. They come to teach us, guide us, even show us a path. I guess a better question is do we need to remember them? It is true that we dream every night but that we seldom remember our dreams. There are techniques to remember dreams like setting a separate alarm to wake us up a half-hour early and then, go back to sleep until our regular alarm rings. Chances are very good that your dreams will stay with you.
I met my husband when we were 13/14. He proposed when he was 15 and unfortunately I said no. He moved away. I did too. We both married other people. It was when I was married to someone else that I had this vivid dream of him. It was a full night and we made love over and over. When I woke up in the morning I didn’t feel guilty. After all it was just a dream.
Eventually we both moved home. He was 39 and I was 40. Both were divorced. We got together for one date, March 10, now an unofficial anniversary. We married October 28 and we been together now for 27 years. How long can a dream stay with you? I’ll let you know that I remember that dream for all those years; and there were 24 of them. I think that dreams are a precognition of the future. I also think that they draw you into a mystery, like, an act that was meant to happen and was not possible because of circumstance.
Love is very real; not an obsession. It can draw us through time. Treasure your dreams they are separate reality. Where love is concerned they can be a touchstone toward your future. I’ve had a lot of dreams that have come true. The dream I had of him it was the only dream like it I’ve ever had. I believe that our time together was predestined, I may have ignored it because I thought we were too young, or maybe that part of it was just meant to be. All I know is that I treasure every single moment now and believe that dreams are our destiny. They are like the hermit card guiding her path.
If you’ve had similar thoughts or just want to share your “dream-time” please comment. I am Indigo and I would love to hear from you.