Numinous as in surreal, like a sudden shift into a new dimension of reality. I dreamed I sold my house, got directions from a spiritual guide and moved to a city on the bay.
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My consciousness was altered. My dream house was filled with symbolic art objects. An angelic guide led me. But I did not recognize it as a prophetic dream. At first, that is. Then, a year later, the dream came true. I was now a student of a real-life spiritual guide. In service to our mission, I was ready to relocate. My spouse and I prepared to sell our house. We took our children to visit their new city on the bay. We drove across a bridge and saw the panorama from my dream.
Seeing deeper meaning in everyday objects. A matter of background knowledge? Sometimes, ordinary things hold deep meanings. The rising and setting sun. A night sky sprinkled with stars. These cosmic patterns point to a creator. They are traces of an unseen hand. Hints of greater realities. Prophecy is diverse.
People of all faiths and nations can be prophets. So says the midrash early Jewish Biblical commentary. So we learn from the story of the prophet Balaam. For the Israelites, God appointed Moses.
But for other Canaanite nations, God appointed Balaam. American politics look bleak right now. Because empire is on the move. Brag about harming the vulnerable. So, yes, we could use some prophecy. An honest look at signs of doom. Along with a hopeful guide to actions.
A little ethics, and a little spirituality. So yes, I look towards political commentators to teach me. Especially those who see patterns in American life. Why do I see them as prophets? Instead, they show me how surreal our country has become. How we have shifted into a new dimension of reality.
Yes, I have my favourite guides. Dreams are a meeting ground for the visible and invisible worlds that we simultaneously inhabit.
Carl Jung wrote that a career of studying dreams had altered his beliefs about—well, e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g. I used to believe that, without exception, all glimpses of the future were probability guesses. I will tell you one of them in a moment. Decades of work with dreams have shown me that every dream includes predictive elements, often including events that will occur during the dreamwork session itself! I used to have an office with a large, comfy couch that dream group members always flocked to before choosing the portable plastic chairs.
Cersei has given birth to three children during her marriage none of them fathered by King Robert. I described the floorplan and the furniture and the hideous color of the living room. There, her powers are much stronger, and she constantly searches her fires for visions. When the event occurred in real life, one would presume they knew it was going to happen. Let's suppose, for instance, you've thought about a car or marriage. Try talking to him to get support or talk to someone to get support and talk about it to your husband. Pay attention to dream figures.
The dream that playfully predicted this rare event had been dreamed and recorded several months earlier and no one had seen it except the dreamer, who thought nothing of the comment. There are future references in every dream because dreams come from the eternal side of the psyche. Where dreams originate, unity and oneness supercede all distinctions between self and other, and what we perceive as the past, the present and the future co-exist in an eternal Now. We all visit and directly experience this reality that the mystics write about in every dream we have and we do so every night of our lives!
Futurist dreams come in two flavors: predictive and prophetic.
Most future references in our dreams are predictive and are based on probability. It shows us our trajectory and anticipates our probable outcome. A compelling look at where we are headed can be the best motivation for a change in direction. Remember the dreams of Ebenezer Scrooge and the many benefits to him not to mention to Tiny Tim!
Such dreams are morality plays which threaten us with our own future! They stimulate our free will to avoid precisely the undesirable outcome that is shown and felt. Notice how this second type of futurist dream differs from the predictive dream. Here is an example of what is called a p rophetic dream: In the fall of , I was approached by a young woman who worked at my health club.
She reported the following:. I sometimes have very vivid dreams and I always write them in my journal.
Well, I had one last Saturday August, 30th that is blowing my mind. To escape them, she climbs into a car whose driver speeds away and carloads of rowdy paparazzi chase after her. As she comes out of the tunnel her car crashes into the base of a clock tower, and the princess is killed! I feel stunned and horrified in the dream.