Dreams tell you what you really know about something, what you really feel. Dreams point you toward what you need for integration, expression, growth, and the health of your relationships to a person, place and thing.
Dreams can help you to fine-tune your direction and show you your unfinished business. Dreams are meaning machines. And they never lie.
There are as many types of dreams, as there are dreamers.
Dreams are basically stories and images that your mind creates while you sleep. They can be vivid. They can make you feel happy, sad, or scared. And they may seem confusing or perfectly rational.
Big dreams and little dreams come true every day. Sometimes, a dream is more than just a normal dream. It is important to understand the nature of your dreams, because intuition is linked to every life.
Dreams are ultimately about awakening. The unconscious, from which dreams bubble up, seem to contain an image of the way you are supposed to be, and continually work toward the expression of this potential, day and night. Dreams know things about which you are otherwise in the dark.
You can not always change the things you see. But more often, when the sixth sense is activated, there is a reason for it.
Some dreams give you advanced warnings to either avoid danger or prepare for difficult events. Sometimes you are given advanced knowledge in able to find a solution to a problem.
Most spiritual traditions clearly regard dreams as revelations from the gods and goddesses, and consider the act of separating the waking life from the dreaming, the conscious from the unconscious.