What Are Your Dreams Trying To Tell You?
Recently, a client shared with me some of the dreams she had been having.
I love working with dreams because it can be an accelerated way to tap into your subconscious mind so that you can move forward faster.
I have found that when I am working towards a goal and striving to grow, my dreams are a way that my subconscious often communicates to me my growth opportunities.
I love it because they are a way for me to hone in on what I need to work on to move things forward.
Paying attention to my dreams, combined with the Heart Freedom Method, allows me to identify the emotion or block I need to release and helps me to learn the lesson more lovingly and efficiently.
What are your dreams trying to tell you?
Your dreams may be a way your subconscious mind communicates is trying to show you where you have some illusions or where to do some inner work.
There are different ways that your subconscious communicates, and what I have found in my personal experience and coaching with others is that this is often not the same as depicted in dream books.
For some, a car or a butterfly in a dream may represent one thing. For someone else, it might mean something completely different.
Using the Heart Freedom Method, I hone in on the emotion connected to the dream, leading back to when this emotion was initially stored and the story or the illusion that you created at the time (and likely is keeping you stuck now).
Then, by finding the perfection in the situation, you’re able to transcend the emotion and move forward with more love. This is huge because that which you do not love you keep repeating over and over again until you see the love in it.
This mind-body technique saves SO much time and helps you gain more wisdom.
So if you have been having re-occurring dreams or more frequent dreams, just know it could be your subconscious mind bringing something to your attention.
If you would love to learn more about this, send me a private message. We can set you up on a Free Session where you can learn more.
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