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Dreams in witchcraft

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Deaths from a fish or a child born to the dead often occur during mourning, especially if the loss is severe and unexpected, including in infants. Because the spirits can help to bring about the cessation of grief, it is worth dealing with them.


Many are spontaneously reporting during their awakening, and we are all so, even those who believe that they never do. The sleep process can be divided into reversible cycles, which during one phase (the so-called REM phase) - according to the experiments - everyone is happy with, and can be said without exception to all human beings. The REM phase is characterized by rapid eye movements and low muscle tone, the former being possibly related to the senses and the latter being responsible for preserving the actual effects of movement in the senses.
The role of miracles is twofold. It played a physiological role, that is, an indispensable component of relaxation. In experiments where the participants were reduced in number but were always awakened (ie, could not change) in the REM phase, there was an increased incidence of suppression and an increase in physical fatigue. The dream also plays a psychological role, as their content is aware of our actual or unconscious unresolved conflicts in a concise and symbolic form.

Dreams in the time of woe

Thoughts also play an important role in the time of mourning; they help close the relationship with the deceased. After the loss of a beloved child, the dead often appear in dreams. This can be considered as a continuation of the old broken relationship with the elders. In the dream of the dead, we try to purify within ourselves the thoughts that cannot be lost with the lost. There is a particularly strong sense of guilt in the event of the loss of a child, in relation to the former anger about the dead, and the actions he might have missed. During the time of mourning, we need to correct this, and for the deceased to form a relationship from the outside, in which he or she appears as a memory. The mourners of the mourners change with the passage of time, and any mourning mourning can be inferred from the contents of the dream. Immediately after the death, there is often a dream in which the deceased has a common, casual event. March thinks it is more meaningful to know that in this case healing is characterized by denial of death. Spirit also expresses that as if death had not happened, life was unchanged. This is followed by the struggle in the dreams of accepting the theory of theory. In its symbolic form, it often appears so that in the dream the lost one is both dead and dead at the same time, for example, along with his or her own line of mind.
In the next period, the fact of death is accepted in the dreams, the deceased being present not dead or dead and dead, but dead. This stage of woe is characterized by heavier dreams. This is where unresolved conflicts and disputes with the deceased occur. These dreams often give rise to doubts: What have I done well and what have I done wrong? How should I behave? What did he think he did not say? These are all questions that engage the healer unconsciously, and until you think about it or even speak out on your own, you can't get past it. After conflict is over, opening up to life is reversed; in the dreams, the expectation of the loved one appears, and in the end, the closing of the womb in the dreams can also occur. Of course, after death, the dreams of the dead are not finally terminated, but their role is to remember the deceased and not to make progress in the process of mourning.

What do the teachings mean?

Interpretation of dreams is a matter of great concern to the man, and countless ancient references prove that they have already been given great importance. According to the contemporary psychological point of view, the role of the dream in symbolic form of the dreaded, unconscious conflicts in some parts of the dream can be important in the processing of mourning. In the foregoing, we have seen clearly the types of dreams that characterize certain periods of grief and the conflicts they cover. However, this does not cover the multiplicity and rich meaning of dreams, but there are methods by which the meaning of individual dreams can be explored.
A detailed description of the dreams can help a lot because it facilitates their immersive study. After that, we can ask questions about the mind for several minutes, like how do I and the other contributors in the dream, and why? Are there symbols returning to the dream? What kinds of sensations did you have in your mind, and what were your feelings after the awakening? What does the dream mean to me? Why did I change this? Countless such and similar requests can be made, and answering them can lead to the realization of the dream, which can help in the process of healing. Our dreams, by and large, can make ourselves known, and through this knowledge will make things easier for the past.