“A dream is a wish your heart makes, when you’re fast asleep.” ~Walt Disney
Have you ever been awakened from a happy dream and then tried to go back to sleep and recapture the same dream – without success?
Some dreams are way out there; others are meaningful and heart-felt. Many studies in the field of dreaming have resulted in mixed information about cause and effect of dreams.
Q: What do dreams mean? A: Researchers do not have a consensus on the meaning of all our dreams.
Wish fulfillment of the desires of the unconscious mind, reflections of issues and fears dealing with one’s personal life, symbols of thoughts in the unconscious mind, the cognitive process the brain utilizes to highlight both happy meaningless thoughts, and problems in an individual’s life – are all theories about dreams.
We all dream, some more than others. There are numerous theories without clear consensus about the meaning of the dreams experienced in our sleep.
However, there are conscious beneficial dreams to which you might give focused and purposeful consideration. If you want to understand and reconcile your grief, loss, and sorrow contemplate the following seven conscious dreams to help you heal.
Conscious Dreams of the Heart and the Mind
Rather than your night dreams, a more relevant undertaking would be to spend time concentrating on understanding how conscious dreams can help you heal your grief.
“We dream to give ourselves hope. To stop dreaming – well that’s like saying you can never change your fate.” ~Amy Tan
No matter the grief happening in your life, and some grief experiences do tug at your heart and emotions, it is absolutely essential to your well-being to dream about vital remedies to find new peace and happiness.
Dream of Grief Relief Possibilities Can you dream about and believe in healing your sorrow? Can you believe in grief relief empowerment – unquestionably? Can you consciously and implicitly dream you can heal and find new peace?
“I say to you today, my friend, that in spite of the difficulties and frustrations of the moment, I still have a dream.” ~Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dream about all solutions and seek possibilities to find relief from sorrow and loss. Gather healing possibilities as if you were gathering a beautiful bouquet of flowers.
“So many of our dreams at first seem impossible, then improbable, and then, when we summon the will, they soon become inevitable.” ~Christopher Reeve
Don’t let your grief circumstance permanently detour your hope and your efforts. No matter the severity of your grief and loss look for happier possibilities. Dream of ways to reconcile your grief and loss. The healing is in the reconciling. Continue dreaming of possibilities!
Dream of Happiness, Peace and Healing
“Laughter is timeless. Imagination has no age. And dreams are forever.” ~Walt Disney
When unbearable grief surrounds you, it can dampen your spirit and your will. It can leave you with feelings of anger, confusion, regret, and hopelessness. That is why it is a mandatory assignment you give to yourself to dream of happiness, peace and healing. Never stop dreaming!
Some make the mistake of limiting what and how much effort they dream for and fail to find stability in their new you
Dream Realistic Dreams
“A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.” ~Colin Powell
You may have thought about how badly you wanted your life back as it was before your grief happening. However, you can’t have your old life as it was. It is far better to have a conscious dream of how you can continue to dream of the many possibilities for happiness, peace, and healing. Can your healing dreams be endless?
“Each man should frame life so that at some future hour fact and his dreaming meet.” ~Victor Hugo
Even during the times of your saddest hours absolute effort to go beyond your grief and loss is healing. Take action to move from being emotionally consumed and physically weak from surviving to thriving. The test is to be a fighter and overcome your loss and change yourself into a new whole person.
Dream About the Amazing Personal Empowerment of Dreaming
“A dream is a dominant idea that provokes us to greatness and awakens a desire to do all we can to be more than we are.” ~Phinehas Kinuthia
Letting your dreams be bigger than your grief, loss and fears, and your actions louder than your words, and your faith stronger than your hesitations requires personal attentiveness.
“No matter how your heart is grieving, if you keep on believing, the dreams that you wish will become true.” ~Cinderella
You should not allow yourself to be pushed by your problems. Rather than push be led by your dreams. When your dreams come true, your personal empowerment magnifies and the world you live in becomes better. Can you dream about your power to find resolution and healing?
Give Energy to Your dreams
“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” ~Eleanor Roosevelt
Believe in the potential of your dreams. Never stop even though it may seem like, at times, in your healing efforts you take one step forward and two steps back. Healing your grief and sorrow is a process. It takes time and get-up-and-go.
“Miracles start to happen when you give energy to your dreams; as you do your fears disappear.” ~Richard Wilkins
When you believe in a dream, believe in it completely – all the way- implicitly and unquestionably.
Never Quit Dreaming
“You have to dream before your dreams can come true.” ~A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Unbearable grief experiences can dash your hopes, your purpose and willingness to get up and try again. There is a small difference in winning and losing. Most often the difference is not quitting. Dream what seemingly is an impossible dream. Dream it again and again.
“… I have learned that until I commit, I am hesitant; there is a chance I will draw back and be ineffective. Nonetheless, the moment I absolutely commit, expectations also move. All sorts of things occur; a stream of assistance and helpful happenings, which I couldn’t have imagined, have come to me. Possibilities and opportunities appear, often unforeseen until I commit to act. Then I experience new personal empowerment to develop new habits that support me in new special desired efforts. I am enabled to choose to be willing to grow and evolve professionally, personally and physically… ” ~Duane H. Marchant, GRS
Learning to reconcile your grief and find new peace and joy requires unqualified commitment and continued energy and determination. It requires purpose, willpower and sustained resolve. Your most difficult question is: How can I find the resolve and get-up-and-go to take action steps that will work best for me?
Never quit dreaming of healing possibilities! Stay focused, go after your dreams and keep focusing on your goal to find new peace and more happiness.
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