Ok, ten left in 33 Ways to work with your Dreams. Are you still with me? Good because the last ten are packed with wisdom! Let’s move on to #23…
#23 – Incubate a dream for an answer
To incubate a dream is to set the intention, prior to going to sleep, to dream about a specific topic. If you are stuck on a particular dream’s meaning or on one aspect of a dream, you can simply ask your dreaming mind to try again.
This is how you incubate a dream-
Review the dream in question. Get very clear on where you want more insight (a particular character or a part of the dream that is too fuzzy, etc). Then, as you begin to drift off to sleep you set a clear intention to gain more insight into the dream part you’re trying to understand. That night, whatever dream comes, is the response to your inquiry. Even if the incubated dream you experience seems to have nothing whatsoever to do with the first dream, it is still the dreaming mind’s response to your question. Note: if you don’t dream that night, just set the same intention for the next few nights until you receive an incubated dream.
When you incubate a dream, take what you receive and work on the two dreams in tandem with one being the clarity for the other.
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!