Hello Frequency Friend,
Today we're talking about Dreams, interpreting them, and being sure to journal them too. There is a guiding principle to dream interpretation, and as the famous Clairvoyant Edgar Cayce said, it is best to interpret the dreamer and not just the dream. Dreams are a tool, like the proverbial finger pointing to the moon. Don't focus on the finger, or you will miss all the celestial magic. Dreams are the finger, and they are pointing to the dreamer. Interpreting your dreams is an exercise in self-discovery and self-growth. They are almost always referring back to you, and every character, image, and emotion is usually referring to various parts of your psyche.
The primary purpose of dreams is to attempt to balance the psyche. Keeping this in mind will help you understand the meaning of your dreams and prevent you from getting way off track in your interpretation. Trying to understand one dream in isolation is like trying to understand a person by spending one day with them. By recording all of your dreams in a
dream journal you will, over time, find it easier to understand individual dreams you have in the future.