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Love to Dream

By on June 20, 2017 in Dreams

love to dream

By: Missy Marston
Metamissy.com

I’ve always needed around twelve hours of sleep a night. I’ve had blood work and tests done, but nothing is wrong with me physically – I just feel like I need twelve or more hours. Sure, I can get by with less, but all day I’ll be thinking about returning to my nice, warm bed to return where I left off – a dream.

Dreams have always been very important to me, and as a child I would log them in my diary and would often confuse them with reality – they just seemed so very real. I knew when my dreams were trying to tell me something and what they were trying to say, and when I didn’t understand I would look them up or they would show their meanings in situations later that week.

In short, dreams have always been an important part of my life and something I looked forward to every night. But when I wake up after my half-day sleep, I’m still exhausted, and if an alarm wakes me up in the middle of a dream, there is a 0% chance I’m waking up until it’s over (which is why I set seven alarms!). Despite those hindrances, I wouldn’t give up dreaming for anything.

When you dream, both your mind and body are at their most relaxed, your mind is as open as it is allowed to be, and your higher self, guides, and passed loved ones are able to visit and communicate with you through speech or symbols.

I recently started calming my mind and self before bed to allow my higher self to come through before I dream, to hear them out and inform them that I am open to guidance and insight from my guides, self, and loved ones. After doing this for a month or so, I began to lucid dream (best way I can describe it) while still aware of my surroundings. I was with a friend who has passed, walking along a path in front of my cabin in Maine. She was speaking with me, but I would hear her words in the physical world after she has said them in her realm – like a weird radio delay. Finally, she stopped walking, turned to look at me, waved, and said ‘nice talking to ya’ and ‘you’re getting good’ at the same time before I was ripped from the scene into a black tunnel where my sisters face appeared. She looked excited and grabbed my right arm to lead me into what I understood as ‘her paradise’. Unfortunately, I could actually feel the tug on my physical arm, which startled me so much I lost the connection and simply lay in bed until I could calm down enough to fall asleep. Has anyone else experienced this?

If you have trouble dreaming, I would first highly recommend writing down each dream as quickly as you can after waking up when you remember one – even if it’s only parts of one that don’t make sense or a single scene. If you keep this up, in time you will be able to recall the entirety of your dreams without much effort, but I would keep writing them down for future references. Secondly, I would recommend including mugwort and blue lotus extract for more vivid dreams, more lucid dreams, and better memory recall. Last but not least, I would recommend a dream satchel to go in or by your pillow. To make a dream satchel, gather lavender flowers (relaxation and comfort), mugwort (encourages lucid dreaming), chamomile (encourages peaceful dreaming), and rose petals (helps with happy and loving thoughts) and put them in a small cloth bag or wrap them in a bandana, and place it in or near your pillow.

Happy dreaming!

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Missy MarstonAbout the author: My name is Missy Marston, webmaster and editor of MetaMissy.com. I am 23 years of age living in sunny Florida. I have two dogs, two cats, and too many fish – I adore animals. I love reading, especially Kurt Vonnegut, and have a steady interest in philosophers. On October 10th, I lost my best friend and little sister, Christina. Out of that tragic experience came a reminder of my deep-rooted love for all things metaphysical and a sign for my future path. Within weeks, I began channeling Christina! I want everyone to know the enlightening truth that there is much more out there than we realize. There is so much more waiting inside of ourselves than we give credit for, and all of it is easily accessible. Come with me on a journey from deep inside your conscious to the outer rims of the multiverse! Follow me on Facebook!

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