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We are on week 3 of this series and there are still a TON of strategies to share with you! Let’s look at #11 of 33 Ways to work with your Dreams.
Dreamscapes are choc full of emotionally-charged imagery. Noticing the movement of the emotions can help us better understand the purpose of the dream itself.
#11 List the emotions
Listing out the emotions you felt in a dream can sometimes shed light on a connection you didn’t know was there. I would suggest starting with a blank sheet of paper. Write the title of the dream at the top and then list only the emotions as they occurred in the dream. When you do this, you might find that a similar waking life situation is creating that same movement of emotions. This can help you skip the analogy of symbols and go straight to the heart of the dream’s purpose.
This works better for some dreams than for others. Some dreams are mundane and lacking in emotion altogether. That will make it difficult to list anything on a page, let alone a movement of more than a single emotion. But for those dreams that are very vivid in their emotional experience, this strategy can prove to help you cut through the confusion.
Let’s take a break soon, ok?
Loves, I know that by now you might have your brain filled up with all of these strategies; and they might be blending together a bit. After all, we have covered more than what we can count on both hands! So, I want to let you know that later this week, I will be posting a Pause & Review post to let you see in one place everything have covered. Until then, keep reading and Sweet Dreaming!
Sweet Readers, I hope you’re enjoying this post series. I look forward to hearing from you in the comments, or on social media. I welcome your questions and if you want me to work with your dream, I offer email dream interpretations and private one-to-one dream coaching sessions!