Dreams have always been a big part of my life. It seems all I ever did in school was daydream. Being around other kids is what kept me grounded.
Things have not really changed. I still daydream and others still keep me grounded. My dreams are more empowered now, guess that comes with adulthood. They are also Saturated in color, Technicolor. After taking Lariam, an anti-malaria drug, my Technicolor dream switch was flipped. I became aware of Lariam’s psychoactive effects only after taking it.
Certain dreams, daydreams, visions, and nightmares are life changing. Most nights I only vaguely remember my dreams. Other nights my dreams produce physical reactions in my body.
My dreams can be premontory, which always makes me stop and take note. Some dreams are so far out I just scratch me head. Years later I find out how future events had to occur before the dream would make sense.
Dreams are in many ways more real to me than the waking world. In them, I am closer to my soul. Closer to the fullness of who I am when I am no longer limited.
Premontory dreams are interesting. I once had a dream where my friend had a big ball shaped belly. The next morning she told me she was pregnant.
Once I dreamt my boyfriend couldn’t look me in the eye. A few days later he broke up with me. He never said why, but I’m glad he did. I don’t want to be with someone who can’t speak their truth.
Dreams are tools that align us with our path. They can be happy or they can be nightmares depending on our alignment with them in our daily lives. Use them wisely and with great discernment.