Interpreting One’s Dreams Can Be Tiring Work
It doesn’t matter whether you are up to seeing whatever you may have to improve in your life to continually evolve -- your dream state will continue to urge you to do so regardless.
There certainly are times in our lives when we may just need a break from having to work on ourselves. This can be true for many different reasons and justified by as many facts, but our need to right all of our wrongs inside and out are time-sensitive.
Not being aware or properly informed about what is happening globally is not just cause to stop the universal connection you have from trying to prepare you for what it knows. Our higher mind, or dream (delta) state, not only has access to universal knowledge, it’s also a messenger to us.
Dear Dream Retriever: As you know, I have been writing to you and working on myself through dream analysis for several years. I am doing amazingly and have progressed more than I ever expected. I need a break, though. This is really hard work. I have come to realize that as I have responded to the interpretations, the more the mind seems to make me want to work. Does that make sense?
The trust-issue dreams keep repeating, and I am working on it. -- Rapidly improving
Dear Rapidly Improving: I get that it certainly can be overwhelming when you have to realize that there is a lot more wrong with you than anticipated. I have been working on me for what feels like forever now, and I agree that there does not seem to be an end in sight. I know this is not true, though, and have complete confidence in both of our abilities to get beyond this.
The trust issues are always hardest to work on. I would look for how your dream state brings this awareness to you; this is somehow relaying to you the means with which to overcome it. If the dream is repeating, you are missing some detail it wants you to see. Look for solutions that your dream may be trying to point out. This may come in the form of a person, a place or a situation that can bring a sense of security to you.
Reach Jackie Bryson at Dreamretriever@yahoo.com .