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Interpreting the Dream Symbol of a Man or Men from Your Dream Using the Dreamtime Method of Dream Interpretation

by on Jun.20, 2013, under Dreamtime Dream Interpretation

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Figure 3.9

Hi Dreamers,

Let’s now use the Dreamtime Method of dream interpretaton to interpret a common dream symbol that we all experience in our dreams, that of a “man” or “men” from our dream.

Now that you are getting the flavor of how your DreamSelf Within thinks as it creates your dream symbols, let’s do something different. Let’s stay in the bathroom in our dreamed dream that I interpreted frm my previous blog to you.   As I am in the bathroom of the house in my dream, I glance into the mirror. Reflected back to me is the dream symbol image of a “man.

Universally, most of us commonly see and observe male and female figures of people in our dreams. What then is the image of a “male figure” or a “man” communicated from my DreamSelf in my dream supposed to mean? Let’s use the Dreamtime Method to figure out the universal dream symbol of a “man” or “men” in our dream.

I start by taking the normal physical, three-dimensional definition and understanding of “a man” which is “a human being that in our everyday world one generally and generically associates with physical strength, ‘action,’ or the ability to ‘take action.’ ”

 Everyone has heard the common phrase at one time or another about the world being a man’s world. The “unsaid” understanding of this phrase means that men get to take all “the action” in life, or that it is a “man’s world” when action is to be had! The universal understanding of a man then can be understood as someone who “acts” or “takes action” in life. The everyday definition of a man (or men) I will now use to interpret this dream symbol is “the ability within to act or take action” in life.

 With the dream symbol of a man in my dream, I then think of its meaning as my DreamSelf Within thinks of it, which isto interpret the dream symbol of the “man” as a  three-dimensional “aspect, power, and ability” of my own everyday physical energy that I now possess from within.

 As I think of myself as being the energy of a three-dimensional, physical  man and then imagine myself as now being “the ability to act and take action within life,” the interpretation that I get from “thinking” as my DreamSelf Within does, is that my DreamSelf is communicating information to me regarding my own three-dimensional ability “to act and take action” within my everyday Self and my life.

I now want you to look at figure 3.9 attached. Illustrated in figure 3.9  is the form of my 10th-dimensional DeamSelf.  As you have seen from our previous illustrations, just outside the outline of the form is the faster vibrating non-physical energy of my 10th-dimensionl Self.  As my DreamSelf’s inner energy slows down in vibration and becomes the third-dimension as viewed within the outline of the form, my DreamSelf looks at all energy of the third dimension as my (and its) physical energy, which it is. In desiring to communicate to me that I now need to take some action in my three-dimensional life (my inner ability to act), my DreamSelf creates the dream symbol of a man in my dream. My DreamSelf does this because the generic, everyday definition that we associate with a “man” is an ability to act or take action in life. My DramSelf knows that I, being its “three-dimensional Self,” will associate this meaning for the dream symbol of a man and intuitively understand what it is trying to say to me.  In understanding this, the illustration in figure 3.9 is absolutely correct and  accurate in its interpretation!

 And, with the dream symbol of a “man,” my DreamSelf is communicating to me in my dream that it wants to tell me information regarding my own “male energy within” or my three-dimensional power and ability “to act and take action” within my everyday physical Self and life.

Now just what are the specific details surrounding the “man or men” in your dream? Is the man in your dream strong and forceful symbolizing your ability to move with strength in your three-dimensional life? Or is he walking on crutches indicating that you are now possibly crippled regarding the action that is going on within your everyday life?

 Are there several men taking “action’ in the dream, interpreting/communicating that “a lot of action” is needed now in your life? Note these important details of your dream symbol of the man (men) and write them down when interpreting your dream.

Copyright: Dreamtime Dream Interpretation – Opening to Your Spiritual Sight Within – Excerpt Chapter 3.

Author: Terri Ullstrup    www.dreaminterpretation.com

 

 


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