The phenomenon of dreams has fascinated philosophers and scientists for thousands of years, yet the question still lingers – what happens during dream sleep and why exactly do we dream?
Babies and children are symbolically connected to creativity. They represent the new, the idea that something that once never existed can be brought into the world through a sacred process. Closely related to this is the idea of care and nurturing; that vulnerable things can be kept safe and encouraged to flourish.
Synchronicity happens when you start to realise how everything is connected. It begins with dreaming of things we have seen or experienced in waking life and comes full circle when we see or experience things in waking life that we have already dreamed of. When this happens, it can feel a little like magic.
To truly appreciate the depth of meaning of your dreams, you must actively engage with your dreaming mind.
Going into a cave can be a journey of self-exploration that could be profoundly transformative. It is not unusual to dream of caves or underground when going through a significant learning or growth phase. The dark unknown can be a symbol for exploring something new, but it can also be a far more profound symbol of facing your deeper self.
Daydreaming and allowing your imagination to run free is not only an effective way to creatively problem solve, it’s also a sure-fire way to promote greater wellbeing.
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