Are drreams really our subconscience reminding us of our past lives?

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  1. agoins profile image70
    agoinsposted 7 years ago

    Are drreams really our subconscience reminding us of our past lives?

  2. Jewels profile image84
    Jewelsposted 7 years ago

    You are going to get all sorts of answers to this question.  My answer is NO_not every dream is to do with past lives.  They do have relevance to your state of consciousness which is a topic that needs a wide berth because not everything you are conscious of has rational meaning.  Our minds have this overpowering urge to make sense of absolutely everything it sees and so any visions that come in dreams will be placed in a category.

    Even in regression therapy, not everything is a past life and it's not that black and white to determine what is and what is not a past life.  Experientially there is major clarity on what is a past life.

    There are dreams I have had that are of a prophetic nature.  The scene played out was not one you would see in human reality.  But the message certainly was there and it came true.  It was not of death, ie someone is going to die, more a warning or playing out of which direction my current life was taking and to be aware that it was not a positive scene.  Hindsight is 20/20 as they say.  I didn't understand that dream until it was actually playing out!

    There are a plethora of experiences in astral worlds (which includes the sleep state) and to say it is about past lives is simplistic.  A good rule of thumb when interpreting dreams is to ask "what does this mean to me, and how is it relevant to my life now?"

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    Indigitalposted 7 years ago

    I wouldn't believe this at all. Most of my dreams coincide with my recent conversations; places and other things I've done. They're mixed up images of what could've happened but your mind (in dream state) is very abstract, taking in all types of fear, happiness and love, it uses these on the dream to create a sort of weird flow. This is of course, until you black out and awake hours later.

  4. sangre profile image96
    sangreposted 7 years ago

    I don't think so. I think an event in your own life plays out in your brain when you are asleep. That why when you interpret dreams you see that the meaning can relate to your own life.

 
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