You might know sleep is important to repair the body, but did you know dreams are important to restore the well-being of the mind?
It is healthy to dream.
When sleep is deprived, so are your dreams. You should not be denied the opportunity to dream. If so, you become cranky and tend to nag more when you don’t sleep and dream.
Scientists and psychologists agree on the purposes of dreaming. Some believe dreams bring up unconscious feelings and "unfinished business" in an attempt to process and resolve them.
Your dreams are important for your good health.
- Your dreams are valuable because they reveal your secret desires and subconscious feelings.
- Your dreams give you an increased knowledge about yourself. They show you things you would not admit during your waking hours.
- Your dreams bring about self-awareness. You get to know yourself through your dreams.
- Your dreams are healthy because they help you confront your fears and express our feelings.
- Your dreams are healthy because they help you relieve stress.
- Your dreams are healthy because they unlock long forgotten memories that lead to wholeness.
- Your dreams regulate your mood.
- Your dreams will help you make connections in a safe place and allow you to integrate thoughts that may be troubling to you during your waking life.
Dreams are windows to your soul. They enable you to know ourselves better. They help your make the right decisions and accomplish your goals. You will rarely dream of something that doesn’t need a respond on your part. You will rarely dream about something you have already mastered, but rather you will dream of areas of your life that need correction. Most dreams are telling you about your problems, goals, and concerns for the purpose of leading you to higher levels of wholeness and perfection. Otherwise, God would not waste that dream on you.
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