After a month of this practice one will start to recognize dreams.) The initiate would try to fall back into the lucid dream without losing consciousness so that he would have volition with the events occurring in the dream.
There are two kinds of dream, the subconsious, "sorting-out of problems" dream and the spiritual dream, which is where our higher self and allies in other dimensions speak symbolically and directly to the soul. This reading can work with either or both kinds of dreams, which allows the client to understand their dream environment better. This can lead to greater knowledge of the self and inner empowerment. In a reading we explore the dream to unlock its personal meaning for the client and its application in everyday, waking conscious life. Also included will be dream exercises that can be used at home to carry on the dream understanding process for healing, inner knowledge and lucid dreaming.
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To dream that you are on the ground represents your foundation and support system. It is also the boundary between your conscious and subconscious. You may be getting closer in confronting and acknowledging your subconscious thoughts. The dream may be a pun on being well-grounded and down to earth or that you have been grounded. Perhaps you are feeling restricted in some aspects of your life.To dream of looking at the ground represents feelings about some area of your life returning to normal or no longer being exciting. Negatively, you may feel that life isn't at attractive as it used to be. Fearing losing your power or something exciting about yourself.To dream of lying on the ground ( by choice) may represent feelings about your actions in waking life not being that important. Feeling that you are safe as long as you don't do anything different, risky, or unusual. To dream of lying on the ground due to violence represents feelings of being embarrassed by another person or situation. Feeling forced to be unimportant. Feeling disrespected. It may also reflect unpleasant situations or conflicts that force to be more "down to earth."To dream of dropping something on the ground may represent feelings of not having been careful enough. Alternatively, it may reflect feelings about something in your life not mattering to you.To dream of landing on the ground represents feelings about returning to a mindset that is normal, mundane, or regular. An exciting or serious matter may be returning to normal. Negatively, it may reflect feelings of becoming less important or interesting.To dream of a giant split or crack in the ground represents feelings of normalcy in life "coming apart."Example: A woman dreamed of lying on the ground and then suddenly the ground collapsed falling on her and compressing her chest. In waking life she worked in a tuberculosis clinic caring for patients and 2 months after this dream she caught the illness herself. Lying on the ground in the dream may have reflected her feelings about how normal or unimportant the risks of her job were.Example 2: A woman dreamed of giant split in the earth. In waking life an injury to a broken rib that healed split open again.Example 3: A man dreamed of being thrown on the ground. In waking life the government has taken away his veterans privileges and right to continue practicing law.
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Lucid dreaming or dreams where you are perfectly aware of yourself dreaming are usually the result of increased levels of acetylcholine in the brain. A number of food items, vitamins, or other substances (e.g nicotine)are known to have that effect. Anything with a significant effect on the brain like drugs or stress may also trigger a lucid dream.
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The clarity of a lucid dream itself does not often have symbolic significance. Please refer to our dream enhancing section for more information on improving your ability to lucid dream.
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This also means maintaining restraint in the presence of sexual stimuli - a "wait and see" policy.
For more on lucid dreaming, read Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming, Stephen La Berge, Ph.D.