The Art of Spiritual Dreaming

Many people wonder if dreams are real and what is a reliable way to learn dream meaning and dream interpretation. You can learn to remember and interpret your dreams, even if you feel you don’t dream at all. Check out key tips on how to remember and interpret your dreams. Sleeping dreamer

Dreams are spiritual experiences that touch every level of our life. Thousands of people report out-of-body journeys to higher dimensions in the dream state. They may let us glimpse the future, give suggestions for healing, or share insights into our relationships. They can be prophetic dreams, past-life dreams, or dreams of illumination, guidance, and protection. Above all, dreams can and will steer us more directly toward God.

 

The Meaning of Dreams and Using the Wisdom You Receive

The Art of Spiritual Dreaming book cover A great place to continue your exploration is with the book, The Art of Spiritual Dreaming, by Harold Klemp, the spiritual leader of Eckankar.  He is a foremost authority on the spiritual and practical perspectives dreams reveal to us. On page 3, he says, “A person who learns to dream well can usually take everyday life in stride, because an understanding of dreams can steady us for the surprises of the day and aid us in learning to manage stress with more foresight and grace.”

Advanced Dream Study and Spiritual Dreaming

Eckankar offers the most comprehensive and practical study of dreams available today. By awakening your ability to remember and interpret your dreams, you can make better decisions and chart your own course in life, starting today. Read more on dreams and their spiritual meaning.

In addition, Eckankar in New Jersey offers classes on spiritual topics such as dreams, recognizing spiritual experiences, karma, and other spiritual topics. These interactive discussions help spiritual seekers understand how our experiences hold insights for us, and how these experiences can help us find answers to inner spiritual questions.

You might also enjoy reading more real stories about people’s dream experiences at the Eckanakar Blog.