Dream Date: 06/05/2014
Dream: I remember that when I went to bed I thought “I would like to have a nice dream tonight” Well I dreamed that I was in a room waiting for something. The wall were cover with mirrors panels. I was in a long line waiting.
Then Jim Carey came ( very young and wearing all white clothes) He talk to me and kiss my forehead. I look his reflection on the mirror and he has the sweetest smile. He hug me and went away. I felt very warm and safe.
I continue dreaming , I was at the line alone , I had a card( like ID card) in my hand but I don’t remember for what . end of dream
female, 63, Puerto Rico
By the looks of it, this dreamer “called it.” Her desire to “have a nice dream tonight” brought forth a fitting response from her subconscious mind. The science of intentionally requesting a dream message before you go to sleep is called dream incubation. By writing down a question or simply a desire for insight on a particular topic before going to sleep, the dreamer can initiate a “conversation” with the subconscious mind.
The dream itself symbolizes this dreamer’s investment in self-respect. The School of Metaphysics teaches 10 essential life skills in its course work. Self-respect, the ability to look at yourself again and again, is the first of these essential life skills. During the previous day, this dreamer’s experiences prompted her to, perhaps, take note of her thoughts and attitudes, feelings, and/or how she acted or carried herself. The long lines of people in the midst of walls covered with mirrors highlights this.
This self-reflection led her to become more aware of life goals, inspirations, or heart-felt desires – the use of imagination that leaves her feeling “very warm and safe.”
It has been said that “you’ll know the tree by its fruit.” This dream gives this dreamer the opportunity to see herself in new ways by examining what she imagines. The optimist sees success within his or her mind. The gloomy person views life as a series of obstacles. The creative genius imagines inventions yet to be created. These are examples of how someone’s mental creations (imagination) can define the person.
In the dream, she is holding an ID card. At the moment, she may not know what it’s for. However, as this dreamer follows up the movement of her imaginings with actions that align with them, she will learn much more about herself in the process. This is the journey of self-discovery.
We recommend the book The Law of Attraction: and Other Secrets of Visualization by Dr. Laurel Clark. This book highlights how imagination becomes reality.