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Healing Myself - 7. Dreams Mirror Life

7. Dreams Mirror Life

One of the side effects of my lifetime traumas has been daily nightmares. They come in many colours. I can categorize them in this way:

1. The Warrior: In these nightmares, I am in trouble usually under attack. Here, I am like a super woman. I fight the most powerful demons even though I am very frightened of them. I defeat my attackers. But when I wake up, I am feeling the exhaustion from the battle. Perhaps, these refer to the difficulties that I have overcome in reality, but are still lingering in the subconscious.

2. The Builder: In these nightmares, some sort of construction will be going on, but is always incomplete; as work-in-progress. When I wake up from these dreams, I know these dreams are referring to incomplete sectors of my life. So, the stress I feel in waking life is showing up in this way.

3. The Plumber: I get lots of bathroom dreams. Here, usually the taps are leaking, or the shower is not closing, and water is everywhere on the floor. Also the doors to bathroom do not close/lock, so I am frustrated in the dream.  I find these dreams quite irritating. It is said that abuse victims develop an excessive need for privacy in bathrooms.  I guess that is what is showing up in my dreams here...

4. The Saviour: Here, I am always rescuing my family that is my parents (with whom I live), or my young son, during some sort of a major natural disaster, either tsunami wave, or just floods. I always rescue them, or I find them safe at the end of the dream. I guess this must be showing my fear of losing them.

I have discussed my dreams with my mentors/friends. I received some clarity and began to face my fears, and/or drop issues that are no longer serving my higher spiritual purpose. However, no amount of analysis/action would stop them. Then, George taught me that trying to get rid of them will not work. This brought a shift into my mind and I told myself, not to fight with my dreams; and that I will live my life as best as I can, focusing on my spiritual growth daily. Last time, the bathroom dream came, I woke up and spoke to my subconscious mind. I thanked it for trying to show me my weakness, but said that I did not fully understand what message it was trying to convey to me, and requested it to give me the message in a more comprehensible way, ie. to bring the communication down to my level. Let me see, how the night goes tonight!
Love & Peace ~Rosy Kaur.  20.03.2011
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