This past Sunday, I gave a presentation on dreams to a small group of people at a United Methodist Church in Madison, Wisconsin. They have spent the month listening to presenters talking about different types of dreams and spiritual experiences related to them. First they were introduced to dreams as they might be interpreted based on Carl Jung’s work. I call these type of dreams the ones that help us to work out challenges in our daily life. We go to bed with the stress of the day and things weighing heavy on our minds and our dreams sometimes give us answers to our problems.
Next an illustrator for a young boy who had a near death experience came and talked about his contact with this extraordinary boy with an extraordinary experience. NDE are well documented and many new books have been published in recent years. These people have had a glimpse into life after death, something we all question even those of us with great faith.
And then, it was my turn. I talked about my journey with precognition dreams. Dreams that have for many years been considered scary, burdensome to finally acceptance and embracing. The source of my dreams has always been through God. I accept this through faith. God has sent my departed relatives as the messengers of the information telling of things that have not yet happened. Because they bring me these special messages I know to pay attention to them. And, because they bring me the messages, I am assured they are alive in spirit beyond this earthly plain. Their visits are blessings.
The next time you dream of a departed relative, pay attention to the message they might bring.