Finding Solutions in The Precious Meaning of Dreams

meaning of dreamsThe unconscious mind that produces your dreams is a superior mind, which is alive. The solutions you find for your problems in dreams help you successfully face all life challenges.

The wisdom of the unconscious mind proves God’s existence.

Otherwise, how could you receive important messages in your dreams when you sleep? A superior creature sends you these messages. The messages contained in dreams are sent by a superior mind that doesn’t belong to your idiotic brain.

When you translate the dream images into words that your conscious mind can understand by following the method discovered by Carl Jung (which I simplified for you) you perceive that these messages contain undoubtable wisdom. This wisdom doesn’t come from your ignorant conscience.

The unconscious mind is alive and knows everything. This is why the precious meaning of your dreams helps you in all fields, besides positively transforming your personality.

You’ll also observe that the unconscious messages are based on sanctity. This is another proof of the divine origin of the unconscious mind. The unconscious sanctity gives you a guarantee that you will surely be cured and successfully solve all problems by obeying the guidance you have in dreams.

You can trust the unconscious sanctity. The unconscious mind is not a liar like hypocritical human beings. The solutions you find in the precious meaning of dreams surely help you triumph over life’s challenges.

Our world reflects the absurdity of our idiotic conscience, which is constantly influenced or completely controlled by our anti-conscience. You need the unconscious guidance in your dreams in order to escape the destiny of most people, who easily lose their human conscience.

The anti-conscience is your worst enemy, while you believe that it protects you from others. The anti-conscience is your primitive self, which has satanic characteristics. This is why it generates horrible mental illnesses like schizophrenia, multiple personality disorder, psychosis, and so on within your human conscience. However, it pretends to protect your ego. It pretends to be smart, showing you that you have many advantages when you accept what is bad.

This is a trap, but you cannot understand its absurdity because you follow the absurd mindset of the current civilization, believing that this is the right way to think. Unfortunately, your worst enemy has many advantages in a world ruled by terror and violence.

Your anti-conscience is your animal self, a true monster. It pretends to be your best friend, speaking with your own voice in your mind, because it has the intention to destroy your capacity to think logically and control your behavior.

Unfortunately, your ignorant and selfish ego easily accepts the absurd suggestions of your anti-conscience, without criticizing their absurdity. The anti-conscience pretends to find smart ways to satisfy your ego. You know that you shouldn’t accept what is bad in your life, but your anti-conscience makes you believe that you’ll have advantages if you’ll be dishonest.

You may believe that you have advantages in the beginning, but you won’t be able to avoid the negative consequences of your actions in the future. Your wild conscience wants to mislead you, while your idiotic ego believes that it helps you find smart ways to defend yourself and satisfy your ego.

The unconscious mind shows you what is good and what is bad. You learn how to find out the truth in all circumstances. Therefore, you understand that only goodness can give you happiness and real peace. Goodness works like medicine. It helps you find psychological balance.

The unconscious mind helps you see the entire truth, and not only a small fraction. You learn how to predict the future results of your actions based on the real conditions of your reality, and not on your suppositions. Therefore, you understand that what is bad can only have negative consequences. This means that you consciously understand that you have to be a good person if you want to escape the tragic destiny of being a slave of your wild side.

Now that you can easily understand the meaning of dreams and have a direct communication with the divine unconscious mind, you have numerous alternatives at your disposal. The dream language opens a new horizon for you.

The unconscious mind helps you objectively analyze your reality and develop your intelligence. You also develop your sensitivity, understanding the abstract meaning of life, beyond the material dimension. Your mind becomes clear. Your evolution has no limits.

Christina Sponias continued Carl Jung’s research into the human psyche, discovering the cure for all mental illnesses, and simplifying the scientific method of dream interpretation that teaches you how to accurately translate the meaning of your dreams, so that you can find health, wisdom and happiness.

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