The Intuitive Interpreter: Using Your Intuition To Decode Dreams

Our dreams often serve as a window to our subconscious, a place where our deepest desires, fears, and experiences come to life. Interpreting these dreams can be a challenging task with their abstract nature often leading to more questions than answers. However, one powerful tool at our disposal for interpreting our dreams is our intuition. This instinctive, inner voice can guide us through the maze of our minds, helping to unravel the meanings behind even the most enigmatic dreams.

How Does Intuition Help Us Understand Our Subconscious Mind?

Intuition is incredibly potent in helping us understand our subconscious mind because it operates on a similar non-linear, non-verbal level.

Much like our dreams, intuition bypasses the logical, analytical part of our brain and taps directly into our subconscious, drawing on stored information, experiences, and patterns that we might not consciously remember or acknowledge.

This subconscious insight can instantly provide us with profound, intuitive understandings of our dreams, illuminating their meanings in ways that rational analysis might overlook.

Through intuition, we can access a deeper sense of self-awareness and connection with our innermost emotions and experiences, thus fostering a more complete understanding of our dreams.

7 Ways You Can Use Your Intuition To Help You Interpret Your Dreams

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1. Pay Attention To Your Emotions

Intuition often manifests as a gut feeling or an emotion. If you’re feeling particularly drawn to something in your dream, it could be your intuition speaking about its importance. If you feel emotional about a particular aspect of your dream, then you may need to focus on that aspect.

For example, if you dreamt about going to work, and you wake up feeling anxious about that dream, then that may be your intuition’s way of telling you that work is making you anxious or something is going wrong or will go wrong there.

2. Trust Your First Impressions

Initial reactions are often guided by intuition. If your first thought about a dream feels right, it probably is.

In other words, when you wake up and contemplate a dream you had, what is your first thoughts and feelings about it? Write that information down and trust that your intuition is helping you interpret your dream through your first impressions.

3. Track Patterns

Our intuition often helps us make sense of a dream by piecing together patterns from repeating images or symbols in the dream.

For example, if you keep dreaming about the same person, then it could mean that your intuition is trying to tell you something related to that person. Maybe it wants to alert you to some feelings you have about that person, or it could be telling you to take action on something related to them.

4. Look For Symbols

Dreams are often full of symbols that can help us better understand the message our intuition is trying to give us.

Look for images and objects that stand out in your dream and think about what they could represent. For example, if you dream of a snake, it could mean betrayal or danger. Or if you dream of a river, it could signify that something is flowing in your life and has the ability to bring about change.

Let your intuition guide you to the most possible interpretation of various symbols for you.

5. Listen to Your Body

Pay attention to how your body is responding when you recall your dream and think about what it could be trying to tell you. Is the feeling one of joy, fear, anxiety, or something else? Your intuition may be trying to alert you to something in your body that needs attention.

By tuning into our physical sensations, we can gain further insight into what our dream is telling us and how it relates to our intuition.

6. Ask Your Intuition Yes Or No Questions

If you want to know whether your dream meant something specific, ask your intuition yes or no questions. This is something Christie Marie Sheldon teaches in her Unlimited Abundance course.

The best way to receive answers is to pay attention to where you feel ‘yes’ and ‘no’ in your body.

You can do this by asking very obvious questions, such as “Is my name Bob?” If your name is Bob, then you will feel the answer yes somewhere in your body. Maybe your chest or head. If your name is not Bob, then you will feel the answer no somewhere in your body. Maybe in your gut, for instance.

Do this repeatedly with some questions that you know the answers to and learn where your body sends a message of yes and no.

Then you can ask your intuition yes or no questions about your dreams. Listen to where you feel the answer in your body (in the yes area or no area) for an intuitive answer.

By learning to listen to your intuition and understanding how it communicates, you can gain a deeper insight into the messages that your dreams are trying to reveal.

7. Take Action on Your Intuitions About Dreams

Once you’ve received an answer from your intuition about what a dream means, take action based on that message. Even if the message you receive from your intuition is vague, take small steps to move in the direction of acting on it. Doing this will help you learn to trust your intuition more and use it more often as you interpret your dreams.

If you are unsure what action to take, write down the dream and all of the symbols that stood out. Then, think about ways that you can act on those symbols and messages. It may be something small like getting more rest, spending time outside, or trying something new.

No matter what action you take, it is important to trust yourself and your intuition when it comes to interpreting dreams. If you have a feeling that the dream means something specific, act on it. You never know what insight it may provide!

Note: If you want to develop your intuition, Sonia Choquette is who you want to seek out. Check out her books here.

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