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      Exclamation Warning from a relative

      I was already after my first year in a relationship with my boyfriend when I had this dream. I somewhat felt I was building so much hopes around this relationship (I felt like I found my other half) and I was afraid I would end up getting my heart broken. Plus, I used to feel that my boyfriend was not handsome enough for me, but I loved him anyway. (he was too skinny at that time and I was kind of still thinking I might meet a more handsome person)
      I had this dream that my deceased grandmother (who did not pass away a long time ago by then) visited me in the ground floor of the building I live in. I asked her where she was right now and she said she didn't know and we had a little conversation I said I missed her and I could not believe that I can see her now. The thing is, it felt like a real presence, not a simple blurry dream. Then out of nowhere my boyfriend popped by my side, I pointed at him and told her is it him? (like is he the one?)
      She said no there is someone more handsome for you.
      After I woke up, I did not recall this part of the dream, because there seemed to be a pause between the previous conversation in the dream and this one Then I remembered it. It hit me like a storm. I told my boyfriend about it but he doesn't believe in these things.
      A year passed by, I talked to so many people about it, none of them could tell me anything. I feel so lost, I love my boyfriend but I constantly live in a fear that this is going to end soon. I'm really lost. Can someone tell me is this somehow definitive or can it be simply because I was worried?

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      Hi Natasha,
      What I've learnt from my own dreams is that there is nothing in a dream by chance. Therefore, if you answer the following questions, to the best of your recall ability, I will happily give you an interpretation of your dream as if it was mine.

      First tell me the number of scenes in your dream. THEN FOR EACH SCENE I want you to tell me the following:

      Location:
      I want you to look in your mind, as the observer, in the following directions and tell me what you see:
      1. To your left.
      2. To your right.
      3. In front of you.
      4. Behind you.
      5. Above you.
      6. Below you.

      It’s all right if you can’t recall much. Simply tell me what you see and make sure I know what direction it is from you the dreamer. In my interpretation, you’ll see how this is a symbol itself.

      When you are describing what you see, tell me in as much detail as you can recall about it. So things I am very interested in is what are walls, doors, windows, stairs, tables, etc. made of, age/style, colour, etc. The same goes for anything outside. You’ll see in my interpretations how all of this tells us lots about ourselves.

      Lighting:
      1. Tell me what the lighting was like, i.e. bright, dull, black, cloudy etc.
      2. Then tell me where the light was coming from.
      3. Can you tell the time of day or season?
      Lighting is important in a dream because it’s a symbol of vibrational state. I’ll explain this during my interpretation for you.

      Objects:
      If there are any objects in a dream scene, then tell me about them as follows:
      1. Shape, size, colour and what they were made of.
      2. Where the object is in the dream relative to you, i.e. left, right, etc.

      I’ve found objects in dreams are usually symbols of things we first need to concentrate on spiritually. I’ll explain this in the interpretation if you had any objects in any of the scenes.

      People:
      For each person in a dream scene I want you to do the following:
      1. Describe them to me in as much detail as you can recall. This includes age, gender, clothes, colour of the clothes, what the clothes were made of.
      2. Tell me where they were in the dream scene relative to you, i.e. left, right, below, etc.
      3. Tell me if they were lying down, sitting, standing, walking, etc.
      4. Tell me what they did with you. Don’t skip the details. Simply tell me exactly what happened.
      5. If there are any conversations or thoughts between you and the person or others, then tell me EXACTLY WHAT WAS SAID. This is important.
      6. If there were others you couldn’t see but felt, then let me know where you felt they were in a scene relative to you the dreamer, i.e. left, right, etc.
      7. For people who you know in real life, tell me anything that's different about them in the dream versus the real life version.

      Animals. Etc.:
      If there were any animals, insects, birds, reptiles, fish or whatever in any of the scenes, then tell me. Describe them in as great as detail as you can recall. Also let me know where they were in the dream scene relative to you, i.e. left, right, etc. Then let me know of any thoughts that passed between you and them.

      Thoughts/Feelings:
      This is a very important part of every dream scene. Take your time, go back and tell me the following for each scene:
      1. What was your first thought/feeling as the dream scene began.
      2. Tell me of any thoughts/feeling changes as the dream scene progressed and let me know where in the scene this occurred.
      3. Tell me your last thought/feeling as the dream ended.

      I realize this is a lot of work. HOWEVER, I think you might be surprised by how much you can learn about yourself from a single scene.

      With kind regards,
      Guy

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      Waw! Thank you for taking so much interest in helping me! First I will divide the dream into two parts. Part 1: The discussion I had with my grandmother. Part 2: Telling her about my boyfriend.

      So first the location was exactly the same as the groundfloor of my building. It is not a large room. From the point I was standing in the dream, I am pretty sure there was one of the walls to my left. The building gate was behind me. As for other elements I'm not 100% sure they were present in the dream but I believe so because it was exactly the same as real life. I think that in front of me was the building mirror (long horizontal mirror with black frame and animal drawings on it (but note that in the dream I never once looked at it or saw myself in it that's why I'm not sure if it was there in the first place), and to my right were the stairs (Yet not so sure of these too). I think that by the next step of the dream (when I asked about my boyfriend) I changed my position and my back was now facing the mirror (but here I am sure that the mirror was NOT there at this step of the dream).
      Below me and above me were also normal, the floor (kind of light blue with a mix of white, like the walls) and the ceiling white. The scene was an exact replica of real life that's why I didn't really focus on it's details while remembering the dream.

      Lighting:
      1. The lighting wasn't that strong.. it was very normal (the scene was maybe lighter when I had the first part of the conversation with her before asking about my bf)
      2. Coming from the light bulb above us (like the normal state)
      3. Pretty sure it wasn't in the day but I don't think it was really at night.. late afternoon maybe. I recall what my grandmother was wearing (a light sweater above her clothes) which makes me think it was not winter and certainly not hot summer.

      Objects:
      The only object that might have been there was the mirror, and this is uncertain.

      Grandmother:
      1. She was about the age she died at. Around 87, but looked a little younger and fresh. She had this certain glow in her. I think she was wearing light blue and beige. Her normal loose clothes, the above sweater was not so thick (and I believe it's the one I took after she passed away and that I wear sometimes).
      2. First part: she was to my left, Second part: more to my right.
      3. She was sitting but I don't know how.. I didn't focus on the chair and there are no chairs in real life in the building.
      4. She was sitting there, in such a peaceful way. She was not smiling that much though. She seemed taken away by her own thoughts. (Seemed a little lost after I asked her where is she now) but other than that very peaceful and a little glowing. This was probably the main difference much more serene than in real life.
      5. First I was so shocked to see her, I was like: "I thought I would never see you again". I was letting out all of my energy and stressing on trying to understand what was going on. On the contrary she was so calm, and answered me like she knew all the answers. I asked her where is she now, I think she said: I don't know, but she seemed a little lost because of this question.
      After this, she told me: Listen I want you to know that prayer is not that important, what's important is what you do and how you behave. (I will get back on this point later to tell you how it relates to me) It almost felt like it was really her presence in the dream.
      For the second part of the dream, it felt like there was a small rupture and the second part was not as clear and vivid as the first part. All I remember is that my boyfriend popped behind me (he did not say a word, he didn't even look like himself I guess but it's like after I woke up that I realized it was him).
      I asked her is he the one? She moved her index as in no (like she usually does) and said there is someone more handsome
      And I think that the dream was done by then.

      Thoughts/Feelings:
      1. My first thought as I told you was shock that I'm seeing her again
      2. I don't know how to explain it, but I was putting so much energy into understanding what was happening because it felt so normal to her so I was insisting on knowing more.
      3. I do not recall at all my feelings at the end of the dream. To be honest during the dream, I knew I was referring to this guy as my boyfriend but there was no link to the real person in real life. As I told you after waking up I realized that it was him.

      Just to add something I think it might be important to mention. I am christian and I believe in life after death that's why I wanted to know where she was. Also I was in a phase where I thought I was doing things that are wrong (from a christian point of view) and I was always thinking, if I pray, maybe this will help me or this will remove my sins. And then she tells me that in the dream, so I didn't know if that was an answer or a reflexion of my own thoughts.

      If you think you can help me by anyway please do. This is consuming my thoughts. You know maybe if we break up eventually for no reason, it wouldn't be the end of the world. But the fact of living with the same thoughts every day is unbearable.

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      Hi Natasha,

      Thanks for making the effort to reply with more information. Hopefully, by the end of this interpretation, you’ll realize how much information is contained within a single dream scene for you to learn about….yourself!

      The way I write my interpretations is to explain what the symbols mean in addition to interpreting your dream. This way, if it resonates within you, then you can use the information to interpret your own dreams going forward.

      Below is my interpretation of your dream as if it was mine. Dreams are for each of us to interpret on our own. Therefore, if anything I say below doesn’t resonate with you, then simply discard it. So with that said, off I go…

      When I do my own interpretations or that of others, I always start with the location. I could have located it anywhere, at any time in any reality and…I’ve located it here. I’ve learnt that locations help to “spiritually frame in” a dream.

      I will take the first of several sidebars here to help you understand the framework I use when interpreting a dream. This one will cover what I’ve learned about beliefs, belief compartments, people and the age of people. Then I’ll return to myself in the dream location.

      In my dreams, things that are made by people are symbols of masculine and things of nature are symbols of feminine. I’ve learnt that before we incarnate, we carefully select the times we will live in, our families, life circumstances, challenges and potential exit points. We then carefully select our personality.

      I’ve learnt we do this by selecting approximately 200 different “belief filters”. These are energy filters that have two polarities, a feminine one and a masculine one. We select the degree of polarity we are going to hold the belief, i.e. the degree of feminine or masculine. This then determines the belief vibratory level.

      Each belief then works with the other beliefs, each with their own vibratory rate. They literally “filter our reality” by blocking out the greater reality vibrations we actually come from. They create the aura around us and create our thoughts/feelings for each moment.

      We constantly tell ourselves about this in our dreams. We use symbolism to show ourselves about the beliefs and their limiting effects on us spiritually. We also show ourselves the “dis-ease’ created by some of our beliefs using colours in our dreams.

      In my dreams buildings are symbols of what I call ‘belief compartments’. I’ve learnt that each wall is a symbol of a belief. Furniture within them are symbols of yet more beliefs that work with the overall beliefs to produce what I call are ‘belief effects’.

      To symbolize to ourselves the many different types of beliefs we use in all our many lives, we often create our dreams in towns, cities or houses.

      I’ve often found that in many of my dreams, people appear in the rooms or buildings. When I first began to record my dreams, many years ago, I frequently found myself in large warehouses full of boxes I had to climb over or in rooms in houses full of furniture. Imagine my surprise when I eventually learnt they boxes and furniture were symbols of masculine based beliefs I had to address first before I got to the walls!

      As I spiritually listened to myself, over time, the rooms began to empty. Then I was walking through empty rooms. The next step was to see glass walls, windows and open doors, all symbols of how I was beginning to work my way out of the old belief walls. Then the walls began to disappear. In the end, I was usually flying over the old beliefs.

      In many of my dreams when I began to keep a record of my dreams,, I would find myself in multi-storied houses. I then realized these are symbols of numerous belief compartments I use in one or more of my lives.

      Then I found myself in towns and cities. I then realized that each one is a symbol of various belief compartments I have used in another life.

      I will take another sidebar here and describe what I’ve learnt about people in my dreams…

      When I first began recording my dreams, I would often find people in my dreams that I didn’t know or ones that I did know but they were doing strange things. When I tried to literally interpret my dreams, it usually didn’t work.

      I had a near death experience 12 years ago that changed me. One of the changes was a determination to learn to meditate. I had stopped and started meditation all my life and had in effect gone nowhere in a hurry. So this time I was determined to stick with it.

      I slowly learnt how to touch my “higher self”. One day, the thought came to me to use my higher self to assist me in interpreting my dreams. Then the dream gates swung wide open.

      I’ve since learnt that people in my dreams may be who they are, symbols of my masculine and feminine, other lives, teachers, guides, oversoul, aspects of myself, people who I frequently incarnate with, etc.

      When I first began to record my dreams I frequently began to see an old couple. They might change their appearance but there was almost always an old man and woman in the dream. Then a young girl and by appeared.

      They too sometimes changed but they were now in the same dream as the old couple. However, they were “bit players” in my dreams as the old couple was the ones I was interacting with.

      At first, I had no idea who these people were. Then, as I learnt to mediate and apply my higher self to my dream interpretations, my dreams gates swung open.

      First, I learnt that the old man and women were symbols of my masculine and feminine. Next, I learnt that the young girl and boy were symbols of the feminine and masculine I could become. So I then used the terms “old masculine and feminine” and “young masculine and feminine” to describe these dream symbols to myself.

      As I began to address my underlying beliefs, the old couple disappeared from my dreams and the young ones spiritually grew up.

      I’ve learnt that people’s age in dreams is important.

      When infants are in my dreams as other lives, this is usually a symbol we are just beginning our journey through the beliefs the dream is about.

      When teenagers show up I realize I am making steady progress through my dreams.

      When mature adults show up, it’s a sign that I am now spiritually maturing in dealing with the beliefs.

      When old people show up in my dreams, I let out a sound of joy! It’s a sign that I am now ready to release the old beliefs.

      I then learnt that things made out of natural materials are symbols of feminine beliefs that are now no longer working for me. In effect, spiritually speaking, they are now “dead” for me, i.e. dead trees – wood, etc. So, whenever I am in rooms made of wood or standing on wood, etc. I refer to this in my mind as “dead feminine”.

      About a year and a half ago, I felt compelled to put together a free website documenting what I have learnt. At first, I didn’t want to because I felt what I had learnt was akin in my mind to a teaspoon of water compared to all the oceans’ water, i.e. not much. However the feeling persisted.

      Today if you go to ‘learningfrommydreams’ dot com you’ll see what I created. If you go there, I suggest you look at 3 things. One is the meditation page where I list all sorts of different ways to meditate. Find one that works for you.

      Then I recommend you read the dream discussion paper I posted on the website. It describes the symbolism I’ve learnt including people.

      I recommend you look at the resources page where you’ll find an extensive list of things to look at.

      Lastly, I want to make a note that we are the producers, directors, script writers and often main actors in our dreams. Therefore, there is nothing in our dreams by chance. It’s a language to teach ourselves about ourselves.

      So with this said, back to my dream…

      The first thing I note is that I am inside. When I am outside in a dream, it’s usually what I call a “teaching dream” as opposed to when I am inside something it’s what I call a “learning dream”. So what’s the difference?

      When I am inside belief compartments, the belief walls effectively isolate me from my higher self. I am therefore usually learning on my own. As I progress, windows appear and then slowly walls disappear…all part of a learning process.

      When I am outside, there are no belief walls constricting me. My higher self and others can then instruct me. That’s why I call it a “teaching dream”. So, in this first scene I am in a “learning dream”.

      Then I consider the lighting. I will take a side bar here and describe what I’ve learnt about lighting in my dreams…

      Lighting in my dreams is very important. It is a way of symbolizing how much en-lightenment I have with respect to the beliefs the dream is about.

      Dark in my dreams is a symbol of where I haven’t yet spiritually explored my beliefs. Sunlight is a symbol that my over soul is assisting me.

      When I am in rooms with no windows or doors, it’s a symbol that I am “en-lightening” myself on my own.

      If there are windows and the sun is shining through, it’s a symbol that some of my belief walls are beginning to be removed and my over soul is now beginning to assist me.

      Morning is a symbol I am beginning to make progress on my beliefs. Noon is a symbol I am now able to shed full spiritual enlightenment on beliefs the scene is a symbol of. Evening is a time when I am in a place of spiritual darkness with respect to the beliefs.

      If it’s winter, it’s a sign that I need to reflect on my beliefs since they are frozen. If it’s spring, it’s a time that I am beginning to make spiritual progress on the beliefs. If it’s summertime, it’s a symbol that my work is now bearing spiritual fruit. If it’s fall, it indicates I am heading towards a period where I can reap the benefits by releasing old beliefs.

      Back to my dream…

      “The lighting wasn't that strong…it was very normal (the scene was maybe lighter when I had the first part of the conversation with her before asking about my bf). Coming from the light bulb above us (like the normal state). Pretty sure it wasn't in the day but I don't think it was really at night…late afternoon maybe.”

      So I am dealing with some beliefs that I have spiritually focused on myself but there’s no external light coming from my over soul, i.e. “The lighting wasn't that strong” and “Coming from the light bulb above us.” i.e. there’s no windows allowing light from my oversoul in.

      So now I consider the room I am in…

      “It is not a large room. From the point I was standing in the dream, I am pretty sure there was one of the walls to my left. The building gate was behind me.” So I’m in a symbol of a masculine based belief compartment where each wall, floor and ceiling are symbols of different masculine based beliefs, working together, to effectively filter out my greater reality, i.e. the outside.

      The beliefs are now beginning to spiritually “hem me in” i.e. the room is smaller. Note from me to you: I always like it when I wake up and find myself in a small room in my dreams. Why? I’m showing myself that it’s time to release the old beliefs and that things are spiritually beginning to come to a head.

      To my feminine side, i.e. left, is a symbol of a masculine based belief, i.e. a wall. Spiritually behind me is the building gate.

      In many, many of my dreams I am looking back, backing up a car, turning around, being told to go back, sitting in a back seat, with rooms or buildings behind me, etc. I’ve slowly learnt that this is a way of telling myself that I need to retrace my steps spiritually speaking and review some of my old underlying beliefs before I can learn new things. It almost always involves me working with some or many of my other lives to see the effects of the beliefs on our lives.

      So ‘back” to my dream…

      So the entrance to this belief compartment is behind me. This too is a good sign indicating that I have now walked into my spiritual belief compartment to address the beliefs.

      I recall what my grandmother was wearing (a light sweater above her clothes) which makes me think it was not winter and certainly not hot summer.”

      Note from me to you: When you’re interpreting your dreams, don’t add in things you aren’t sure are there. So just because you’re using an existing physical place as a dream symbol the fact you didn’t see a mirror or stairs is important. Each of them are symbols in their own right. So stick with what you can recall and expect the unexpected in your dreams for this is a language you are learning.

      “Below me and above me were also normal, the floor (kind of light blue with a mix of white, like the walls) and the ceiling white.” I will take yet another brief side bar here and tell you what I’ve learnt about colours in my dream and then return to the light blue floor.

      I have learnt that colours in my dreams are very important. They are symbols of how the beliefs affect different points on my etheric and physical body. The old Hindi’s of thousand of years ago saw three energies swirling into our bodies at several points they called “chakras”. Then they mapped 70,000 different smaller points they called “Nadis”. This then grew to 100,000 points. It was and is an amazing piece of work.

      Since I can only see the first 6 inches or so of an aura around a person and I’m not yet able to see chakras, I use this reference for colours and general body location points “The Chakras” by David Leadbeater. You can find free copies of it online.

      I find that this is the best reference I can find to date about colours but the colours in my dreams usually go beyond what I find in David’s reference.

      So back to my dream…

      So blue is a colour related to the throat chakra. It’s also a healing colour. Further, it’s related to our ability to spiritually communicate. Whenever blue shows up in my dreams, I realize the underlying masculine based beliefs are restricting my abilities to spiritually communicate, i.e. it’s a feminine attribute.

      Spiritually supporting me then is a masculine based belief that’s restricting my ability to spiritually communicate.

      Note from me to you: When objects show up in belief compartments, they are symbols of yet additional beliefs I must first address before getting to the one’s symbolized by the room itself. As I deal with the beliefs the objects symbolize, I’ve found the room eventually empties out. Then, as I deal with the room, I find that walls and ceilings eventually disappear. When I’m done with the room, a process I find usually takes a long time, then I am usually flying over where it used to be.

      Back to my dream…

      “She was sitting but I don't know how.. I didn't focus on the chair and there are no chairs in real life in the building.” So there is a object in the room. A chair. It’s a symbol of a masculine based belief.

      I will take an aside here and talk about lying, sitting, standing, walking and running in my dreams…

      When I am lying down in dream, it’s a symbol that I don’t have any spiritual ability yet to even see the effects of some of my beliefs.

      When I am sitting, it’s a symbol that I need spiritual support to see the effects of some of my beliefs.

      When I am standing, it’s a symbol that I now can stand on my own two spiritual feet to see the effects.

      When I am walking, it’s a symbol that I am now steadily moving through the beliefs.

      When I am running, it’s a symbol I am moving relatively quickly through the beliefs.

      Note that I have found that spiritual time and our time are too different things. Usually my dream time is far faster than my physical time. So when I am running etc. I realize that it still will take “some time”.

      Back to the dream…

      I am able to stand on my own two spiritual feet to observe the effects of the beliefs, HOWEVER, I note that I am not yet able to spiritually begin to work through the beliefs, i.e. I am not walking through the room.

      And now I come to the star of the scene….my grandmother.

      Is my grandmother herself or, is she a symbol? She’s herself. So why’s she in the dream scene? There are several reasons.

      First, is to show me that she too shares the same underlying beliefs that I do that the room is a symbol of.

      Second, she’s letting me know that she’s spiritually working with me on the beliefs.

      Third, the clothes she’s wearing and the colour of them are symbols of beliefs I am also spiritually wearing.

      I will take another brief side bar here and tell you what I’ve learnt about clothes in my dreams and then return to the clothes my grandmother is wearing…

      In my old dreams, I frequently was in places nude and would panic that others would see me (I’m sure readers of this interpretation will have had similar dreams). I was always wanting to get dressed or hide away.

      Imagine my surprise when I learnt that clothes are symbols of beliefs we “spiritually wear”. I then have learnt that being nude in a dream is a sign of spiritual progress regarding the beliefs the dream is about.

      We are beings where we are both feminine and masculine. We live many, many lives as either sex, sometimes hermaphrodite, gay, whatever. Yet in the world we live in today, being nude is considered somewhat of a “sin”.

      So, today, I always rejoice when I am partially nude or wholly nude in a dream. This also applies to footwear.

      I’ve learnt as I make spiritual progress regarding a set of beliefs, frequently I am barefoot. Shoes are a way of symbolizing beliefs we use to separate ourselves from our feminine, i.e. ground we walk upon.

      So back to my dream…

      “I think she was wearing light blue and beige. Her normal loose clothes, the above sweater was not so thick (and I believe it's the one I took after she passed away and that I wear sometimes).” So she’s showing me that I am wearing symbols of masculine based beliefs that cover most of my chakras and also my spiritual legs and arms. Some of them are low vibration, i.e. beige. Others are again a symbol of my beliefs limiting my spiritual communication abilities.

      She “…looked a little younger and fresh. She had this certain glow in her.” She’s letting me know she’s doing well spiritually speaking.

      She begins to my feminine side, i.e. left. This is a way of her showing me that the polarity of the beliefs she’s holding, that this room is a symbol of, are slightly more feminine than mine.
      “She was sitting…”. This shows me that she requires spiritual support to even see some of the belief effects of the room.

      “First I was so shocked to see her, I was like: "I thought I would never see you again". I was letting out all of my energy and stressing on trying to understand what was going on. On the contrary she was so calm, and answered me like she knew all the answers. I asked her where is she now, I think she said: I don't know, but she seemed a little lost because of this question.”

      This is the lesson of this scene. I am shocked to see her spiritually alive and also talking to her. It’s my dream and it’s about me. So I am learning I am much more than my physical self.

      My grandmother is there to work with me BUT SHE TOO HAS SOME CHALLENGES. In effect, she’s sort of spiritually waking up realizing she has these beliefs that are also hemming her in and she’s not yet sure about all of it, i.e. “I asked her where is she now, I think she said: I don't know, but she seemed a little lost because of this question.”

      “After this, she told me: Listen I want you to know that prayer is not that important, what's important is what you do and how you behave. It almost felt like it was really her presence in the dream.”

      She’s now assisting me. She’s letting me know that life is about choices. At the end if this interpretation, I will give you some thoughts on what I’ve learnt from my dreams.

      So what were my thoughts/feelings?

      “My first thought as I told you was shock that I'm seeing her again. I don't know how to explain it, but I was putting so much energy into understanding what was happening because it felt so normal to her so I was insisting on knowing more.”

      I’ve learnt the first thought/feeling in a dream is usually the theme of the dream. So the overall theme is one of shock realizing that I am much more than my physical body.

      Then I want to learn much more because my grandmother is there spiritually communicating with me.

      On to the second part…

      “All I remember is that my boyfriend popped behind me (he did not say a word, he didn't even look like himself I guess but it's like after I woke up that I realized it was him). I asked her is he the one? She moved her index as in no (like she usually does) and said there is someone more handsome.”

      So my boyfriend is now spiritually “behind me”. Is it him? No. Is he a symbol? No. Is he another life? Yes.

      Note from me to you:
      Here is a mind bender for you. I’ve learnt that I have thousands of other lives and, that they all live “at the same time” I do.

      As some background, I had a near death experience nearly 13 years ago that caused me to being to rethink who I am. This took me on a journey of meditation, lucid dreams, etc. So, here's what I've learnt...

      In each present moment, we have an almost unlimited number of probable futures to choose from. We select one and it becomes our new present. The other probable futures we didn’t select become our probable presents. The old present becomes out past. The old probable presents become our probable pasts.

      I believe we live in a virtual reality. Now if you think this sounds way out there and not believable, consider this. There is a new area of physics called “digital physics”. A growing number of physics folks are theorizing we live in a virtual reality. This explains things like the double slit experiment, string theory, etc.

      There is a nuclear physicist, Tom Campbell, who has had hundreds of out of body experiences. He wanted to reconcile his experiences with his science. So he wrote a trilogy called “My Big TOE” where ‘TOE’ stands for ‘Theory of Everything’.

      In this work he has two hypothesis. One is that there is a universal consciousness he calls ‘All That Is’. The second is that it must lower its entropy. This is a scientific term for measurement of degree of randomness.

      He then writes about how we live in a virtual reality with time set for our reality that is different than for other realities.

      All of this correlates with my own dream and meditation experiences. I have met some of my probable lives and more than a thousand of my other lives that live "at the same time’ I do.

      At the end of this interpretation is a recommendation of an easy to read, fictional, trilogy about an over soul and some of his entities. I strongly recommend you read this as it will help provide a broader frame of reference to interpret your dreams.

      So back to my dream…

      So why is this other life appearing in my dream scene? It’s because he too shares the same underlying beliefs and he too is spiritually working with me on the underlying beliefs. The clothes he wears also can tell me more about the underlying beliefs I hold. Additionally the age of my other lives appearing is a progress report to myself on my spiritual progress in dealing with the beliefs the room is a symbol of. If a baby appears it means I have a LONG way to go spiritually speaking to releasing the beliefs. If it’s an old person, then I know I am getting close to being able to release the beliefs.

      So when my other life appeared my existing belief filters kicks in. I don’t “believe in other lives” so I then translate the other life into my boyfriend.

      However, the question I ask my grandmother is one driven by the underlying beliefs of the room I am spiritually standing in.

      “I asked her is he the one?” The masculine based beliefs cause my surface level beliefs about masculine, feminine, gender, sex, roles and relationships. I have this surface level belief about a soulmate or whatever with him looking more handsome than my current boyfriend. That’s why I asked the question.

      My grandmother also shares the same underlying beliefs. She’s spiritually requiring support to see some of the effects of the same beliefs. She’s not really sure why she’s in the room with me. So what does she reply?

      “She moved her index as in no (like she usually does) and said there is someone more handsome.” She’s like me! She’s thinks about men and women in the same way. So she’s letting me know that these beliefs are resulting in me judging myself by how others judge me, i.e. by looks.

      This dream isn’t about my current boyfriend. It’s all about…me! I am showing myself the limitations of my current beliefs. My other life and grandmother are slowly working through the beliefs together with me.

      That’s what I was slowly figuring out as the dream ended, i.e. “I do not recall at all my feelings at the end of the dream. To be honest during the dream, I knew I was referring to this guy as my boyfriend but there was no link to the real person in real life.”

      Therein lies the choice of this dream. If I choose to, I can choose to ignore this dream and continue on using my existing beliefs. OR, I CAN LEARN TO LISTEN TO MYSELF.

      Speaking from personal experience, this path is not always easy since one must learn to face oneself BUT IT IS HIGHLY REWARDING.

      If I wanted to learn to listen to myself here are some suggestions I could use:
      • Learn to listen to my intuition – it’s my spiritual radar
      • Keep a dream journal – each night I get a course on myself
      • Learn to meditate – this is a way to connect with the greater me

      There are many ways one can get in touch with one self…

      Meditation is one way. The old Hindi's of 2,500-3,000 years ago wanted to have out of body experiences. They did this by occupying the conscious mind allowing their inner soul to rise. Today, this is called yoga and the OBE portion is mostly an afterthought.

      When they were out of their bodies, they saw energy swirling into the body from the sun, from the earth and from the side. They called these main points "chakras". Then they saw that the energy went into small points they called "nadis".

      They then did something that amazes me to this day. They mapped 70,000 different Nadi points and then it went up to 100,000.

      This knowledge crossed over the Himalayas and went down into China. It became adopted as energy meridian lines. Today acupuncture uses this.

      Yoga is simply one of many ways. On * Link Removed * I list several different ways to meditate. You can go there and see if any one of these resonates with you. If so, then give it a try.

      Another way is to use the hemi-sync technology that Robert Monroe pioneered to help people get to the theta state and have out of body experiences. You can go to the Monroe Institute to learn more https://www.monroeinstitute.org/. Books Bob wrote can be found at the resources section of my website.

      Another way is to go to a hypnotist trained by the Newton Institute. This was created by a psychologist Michael Newton. About 30 or so years ago, he had a woman under hypnosis who went to a place she called her "live between lives". He then found out that many of his other patients went to a very similar place. He then write three books and began to train psychologists how to do this. The Newton Institute can be found here The Newton Institute for Life Between Lives Hypnotherapy. On this website is a link to find a local therapist.

      To learn about other lives, I suggest reading a fictional trilogy “Over Soul Seven” by Jane Roberts. She was a great medium who brought through an entity names Seth in the 1970’s. He wrote many books through her. She also wrote some of her own books.

      The books I am referring to are a trilogy she wrote to explain, in a simple story form, complex ideas about us incarnating many times, at the same time. It’s an easy read and good way to get one’s mind around the concept of an over soul and many other lives.
      Natasha, I felt while I was writing this interpretation, that you are about to be mentally and spiritually “stretched”. On my website, under resources are a great many different books, videos et al you might want to peruse.

      Two things came to my mind. One is a book “Enjoy Your Own Funeral” by George Meek. He was a wealthy inventor who went on a nearly 20 year search to discover what happens when we die.

      The other is I feel you might like the Seth books by Jane Roberts. She was a catholic who in the 1960’s began to channel an entity named Seth. He wrote many books through her that are still, today, revolutionary with their thoughts. I recommend you read the books in chronological order such that you can go on a spiritual journey with Jane and her husband Rob as they pushed the boundaries of their beliefs.

      The choice is yours to make. I hope that some of what I’ve said above deeply resonates within you.

      With kind regards,
      Guy
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