Using the principles taught in this lesson, I want you to look at the two dream below and tell me if they mean anything, if so, what? and if not, should they be discarded?
Dream 01: The Eagle
"I dreamt we were having this party in this old house of mine, and in front of this house was an open air courtyard that was surrounded by this blue gate where the cars could come in and out. At this party, I heard someone knocking at the gate trying to get someone's attention, so I went to the gate to investigate because we were expecting more guests.
But, when I got to the gate, I saw that the gate was still locked with its chain, but no one was there! I stood there for a little bit trying to figure out what was going on, but I didn't see anybody, so I turned around to go back inside.
However, when as I turned around to go back inside, this great big eagle came out of the sky, picked me up, and flew me away. It flew me right over the party, trying to steal me away, and no matter how much I screamed or called for help, my voice would come out and no one heard me."
Dream 02: Trying to Run Away
"I dreamt I was hiding in this house, it was an old house of mine. In this house I was trying to escape from something!
There was this killer that was coming after me, and no matter where I hid in this house he would almost find me. None of the doors would lock, and for some reason I could not escape out the windows or escape outside this house.
So, I kept running and running around this house trying to hide because knew that if this person found me, he would kill me. I finally find myself on the roof of this building, and he is coming, I know he is coming, and before the dream ends I contemplate jumping off the roof to get away from him."
*Note: Dream interpretations may vary slightly. You may see something else that another person did not see and vice versa. However, everyone should arrive to a similar main message.
"This dream doesn't have any meaning. This was just a nightmare and should be discarded."
"This dream is an internal dream. The fact that you are running from something, and that you are scared, mean that there is a fear that you have, but you keep trying to run away from it instead of facing it, to the point that you consider giving up, and this is giving the fear license to drive you into a corner and making it bigger than it really is."