Thursday, March 15, 2012

Dreams and Puzzle Pieces

When I woke up yesterday I had a vivid memory of a snippet of a dream. It sort of haunted me all day long. Generally I do not remember my dreams unless I am getting a message.

I get three different kinds of dreams.

Recurring dreams, which are usually just bits and pieces that often on the face of things, make no sense. Usually with these dreams once I figure out what the message is they stop. If I ignore them they morph into recurring nightmares and terrify my nights until I deal with whatever the issue is.

Some of the dreams I get are premonitions of events to come. These can be scary because they pretty much always involve someone dying.

I also have dreams that are visits, often soon after a death they come to tell me they are okay. Those are comforting dreams, much like when I get a ghost visit.

I often feel different energies around me, most often when I'm out of balance and struggling with something. They just come to offer me support and whatever extra energy I might need to face the struggles.

Turns out the dream I remembered yesterday is a recurring dream. Yep, had it again last night.

Something else happened last night between Musicman and myself that has left me stunned and confused. I'm still working on processing it all.

I see the connection between the dreams and what happened last night, but the message isn't quite clear yet. I have also been getting a really strong energy of one particular person for a few weeks now. This has an influence on the situation too.

The problem with these messages is no matter how much I chase them, I never catch them. It can be somewhat like putting a puzzle together, but you don't have the picture of the completed puzzle to see how it is supposed to look. I also don't get to start with all the pieces. I have to work with what I have and fit the pieces in as they come.

Puzzles aggravate me. I don't know if I have all the pieces, but I'm getting a hint of the picture.

                               

16 comments:

  1. Sometimes for me I have an easier time processing something when I push it to the back of mind for a while...not to long but a short while does seem to help. I hope you find that balance soon.

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    1. I push it away too, it just doesn't always stay away.

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  2. I hope you can put all the pieces together soon Faerie, so that you can get a restful night's sleep. And I'm sorry that something happened that's left you feeling stunned and confused. (((hugs)))

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    1. Currently confusion reigns, but sooner or later things will clear.

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  3. I hope you can manage to solve the puzzle and get some peace faerie. The other part of me is rather fascinated by what you can do I must confess.

    Dee x

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    1. Thanks Dee, I forget that not everyone has these experiences. I've always had them and they are normal, but somewhat frustrating. I really don't care for puzzles, lol.

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  4. I wonder if the pieces will come together into some concrete pieces. Hope you get some good sleep tonight and time to process with Musicman.

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    1. They usually do come together, it just takes time and patience.

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  5. Good luck putting it all together. I have had recurring dreams and often have trouble distinguishing which was recurring, new, reality, how it plays into reality, etc. It can all be so very confusing! Perhaps you'll just need to sleep more and it'll come together :)

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    1. An issue with a recurring nightmare as a child and young teen is the reason I got interested in dream interpretation. It is confusing, but for me usually helpful.

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  6. I am sure you will come up with the missing pieces. I hate puzzles too. I mirror Susie's good thoughts.

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    1. Thank you Sunnygirl, I just need a little patience, it will come :)

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  7. Do you keep a dream journal? Sometimes an individual dream doesn't make sense or even a set of dreams for a short time, but if you look at them over the long term they start to make more sense.

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    1. I don't keep a journal, but I do occasionally write down my dreams if I need too.

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  9. "The problem with these messages is no matter how much I chase them, I never catch them. It can be somewhat like putting a puzzle together, but you don't have the picture of the completed puzzle to see how it is supposed to look. I also don't get to start with all the pieces. I have to work with what I have and fit the pieces in as they come." So true...I have many dreams like these...and yet they remain a puzzle to me...hopefully someday I will discover the hidden message...dreams do fascinate me and always will...

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