Dream analysis is an ancient art that goes back centuries. Psychics who have studied dream patterns and dream symbols can easily translate the dream’s meaning in order to understand the messages coming from your subconscious mind.
Sometimes we suppress things that we don’t want to face. Often, we do this without even realizing it. When this occurs, the things that we suppress manifest themselves into dreams that surface from our subconscious mind while we are sleeping. Interpreting these dreams can allow us to overcome mental blocks and suppressed memories.
Dreams can also come as messages sent by entities from the metaphysical realm or from higher planes of existence. At first, it can be difficult to know if a dream is coming from your own subconscious, or from a spirit from another realm. If it is a recurring dream, or a dream that you’ve had before, then chances are good the dream is being sent to you from a spirit of another realm.
The two chakras that are most important to dream interpretation are the brow chakra, or “Ajna”, and the solar plexus chakra, or “Manipura”.
Ajna is responsible for regulating sleep. An overactive Ajna will result in a very restless, tiring sleep that leaves the sleeper feeling tired and unrested. On the other hand, an under-active Ajna will result in the inability to fall asleep, even in situations of extreme fatigue. Ajna also controls visual consciousness, which is very active during visual dreams. If you constantly dream in images, your Ajna chakra is usually active at night.
The Manipura, or solar plexus chakra, is responsible for emotional consciousness and self awareness. The Manipura is especially active during emotional dreams. Emotional dreams are dreams in which the dreamer experiences more emotional sensations than visual or audible sensations. If you are able to remember most of your dreams, you have an especially developed Manipura. An under-active Manipura results in extreme fear and a sense of emotional emptiness, while an overactive Manipura results in introversion and emotional detachment.
With so many symbols and patterns, dream interpretation can seem like an intimidating process, but it doesn’t have to be. Start by keeping a dream journal and writing down your dreams as soon as you wake up. You will begin to notice your own dream patterns, and you will become familiar with the kinds of symbols that manifest themselves most often from your subconscious. The more familiar you are with your dreams, the easier they will become to decipher.