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Dream Interpretation Made Simple Kindle Edition
There is much discussion today about the origin of dreams and their meaning. The Bible teaches that dreams are spiritual messages from God. Because they’re spiritual in nature, they are (usually) symbolic. The meaning of a dream can be understood once its symbolic elements are decoded. Dreams reveal our future, our talents, our assignments, and our divine destiny.
With the same down-to-earth teaching style used in Hearing God’s Voice Made Simple and Seeing in the Spirit Made Simple, Praying Medic provides Bible-based teaching on the nature of dreams and their meaning. The most common dreams types and themes are examined. Dozens of dreams are provided and their meanings are explained. You’ll learn to distinguish between literal and symbolic dreams, you’ll discover how to have more dreams and how to deal with nightmares. A glossary of over 700 dream symbols is included as well as a list of more than 400 names and their meanings. If you want to know what God is saying through your dreams, this book is for you!
- The origin of dreams
- The purpose of dreams
- How to record dreams
- How to receive more dreams
- How to handle nightmares
- Dreams and emotions
- Dreams of future events
- Your unique dream language
- Dreams and your divine destiny
- The most common dream subjects
- Principles of dream interpretation
- Interpreting conceptual dreams
- The meaning of words and symbols in dreams
- The meaning of recurring dreams
- The meaning of buildings, vehicles and certain people
- The meaning of names, colors, numbers and directions
- How to tell if a dream should be interpreted literally or symbolically
- ASIN : B09HGKVLRP
- Publisher : Inkity Press (28 September 2021)
- Language : English
- File size : 702 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 238 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 316,028 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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We all dream right? Not everyone remembers their dreams, and the Author is convinced from his own experience that for the longest time he didn't dream.
Then he did. This had lasting consequences on how he lived his life, and this book is in part that story.
We have personal experiences that are unique to us, science tells us that dreams are a way the mind processes experiences thoughts and feelings during a sleep phase called rapid eye movement, REM (yes where the band got the name).
Psychology has a long history of dream interpretation from Freud to modern times.
Dream interpretation is older still, as old as dirt. It's something that is very much a human thing, common to every culture across time, in this book the author approaches dreams as a Christian.
Christianity measures the world using the bible as a yardstick, and the bible records dreams and their interpretations, indeed some of the most significant stories the bible includes pivot on the interpretation of dreams. In Matthew's gospel Jesus escapes almost certain death as young child because of dreams.
The bible doesn't pretend dreams-as-visions are unique to those who belong to Israel or Christianity as per the example of Matthew's Gospel the Magi (the wise men) are warned about King Herod's evil intentions by a dream.
Key passages in the bible centre on the dreams-as-visions of Pagan Kings.
The biblical message is dreams-as-visions from God are at least potentially for everyone.
I mention this universality for two reasons, first; although a Christian work in tone it doesn't follow people of other faiths or none won't find utility in this book.
Second it is not unusual for some Christians to worry dream interpretation; meditation and consideration of our dreams - to be pagan, or new-age or "woo woo" - and so should be avoided.
By that yardstick however prayer and worship would be thrown out too, because as the bible also records - other religions pray and worship too.
The author then uses the biblical examples, and his own personal experiences to explore why dreams are a mechanism for revealing things about an individual and how dreams-as-visions are used by God as means to reveal significant things, both personal and global.
The final section of the book includes a "Dream dictionary", where the author refers to biblical symbols and verses, and as names in the bible are often used to convey meaning there is also a listed a meaning of names.
Since the book's premise is God uses symbols in dreams as a means to convey information (as demonstrated within the bible) this lexicon is meaningfully different from other similar works.
My own issue with dream dictionaries is that we are all individuals. Granted some symbols have common cultural significance, others, indeed most, will be largely specific to a person. Say a hammer is important to one who is a builder, it doesn't follow it should be significant (at least in the same way) to another who has never driven a nail.
However operating from the premise the bible is from God, from faith; the symbols therein have a timeless quality independent of the individual, so deserve consideration even if they are outside of a persons life experience.
To conclude the author never loses sight of the personal, indeed the underlying theme is that dreams are an open invitation into a more personal relationship with God, and are biblically a means by which God reveals his divine nature.
I feel like a proud snob, and I’m eating humble pie😬because I absolutely needed this book for my spiritual arsenal but I just didn’t know it!
It is the strangest thing! I didn’t think I would learn anything new about how to interpret dreams but, every single chapter is teaching me something! Also, even though Dave doesn’t touch on my specific dreams somehow, after just reading a few pages of his book on stuff unrelated to my years old dreams, I get a new way of looking at them and interpreting seemingly un-interpretable personal dreams! One dream that I wanted to ask him about on his Telegram Supernatural Saturday live chat channel, but didn’t get the chance, suddenly - totally out of the blue - just reading a couple or so pages, I just had a new way at looking at a dream I had back in 2015! Amazing🤗
I’m sure we’ve all had dreams that seem really silly and there’s no way we would record them, they are so daft?🤔 After reading this book, I bet you start writing them out and pondering on them!😅
Great book. I heartily recommend it. Thank you Dave Hayes aka Praying Medic for your service to the Body of Jesus Christ. I appreciate it.