Dreams, a portal to the spirit world, are an opportunity to learn, to grow and to expand your consciousness. I find myself asking others if they have had a dream after they lose a loved one.
Many experience very tangible dreams of loved ones who have passed. Their minds have expanded so much that they access the spirit plane during their dream state. Such dreams are usually very vivid and are not considered dreams per say, but rather a visitation.
I’ve had one such visitation from my mom since she crossed over a year or so ago and haven’t had one since. I’ve been told that visitations don’t occur frequently.
I spoke to a woman who had a visitation from her daughter. She had died as a young girl at the age of 3. Since she had died, the mother had suffered great anxiety concerning her child and her well-being. In the visitation, her daughter was a grown woman about 30 years old. They met on a park bench and she knew her instantly. They talked about all sorts of things. The woman told me that she no longer is anxious and knows that her daughter is fine. The woman told me that she had asked for a dream of her daughter. She told me that it took a week or so before the visitation occured.
If you would like to see a loved one in your dreams here are a few guidelines.
- Affirm that you would like to have a dream about ___________.
- Affirm that you easily access the spirit world to visit____________.
- Affirm that you remember everything that you experienced.
- Have a journal ready to write everything down when you wake up.
Dreams can also help you with your everyday life. Consider asking before you go to bed for a dream to assist you with clarity to a certain situation.
Do you have a question that you would like to ask?