Dreams are today’s answers to tomorrow’s questions. ~ Edgar Cayce
Dreams have a language all their own; a language of imagery, symbolism, and sometimes bizarre activity. According to Mr. Cayce, the most common influence impelling dreams is “mental development.” Our subconscious (mind of our soul) and our super conscious (mind of our godly self) are attempting to correlate events and decisions with eternal, spiritual ideals and purposes.
Generally, the feeling that accompanies the dream reveals how our soul feels about events, decisions, or conditions. Upon waking, Cayce recommends that we capture the initial feeling, for it will tell us much about the meaning of the dream.
“There are dreamers and there are realists in this world. You would think the dreamers would find the dreamers and the realists would find the realists but… more often than not, the opposite is true. You see the dreamers need the realists to keep them from soaring too close to the sun. And the realists… well, without the dreamers, they might not ever get off the ground.” — Modern Family