The Meaning of Dreams and The Meaning of Justice

JusticeYour dreams are not produced by chance. All dreams are produced by the wise unconscious mind, which has a divine origin and proves God’s existence into practice. This is why the unconscious mind can cure mental illnesses and physical diseases. The unconscious mind can also teach you the meaning of justice and how to find out the truth in all situations, among many lies.

The divine unconscious mind purifies your spirit while transforming your personality and helping you become more intelligent.

First of all, you must analyze what is bad. When you are able to understand what is bad you can easily discern the truth everywhere. However, what is bad is camouflaged in numerous ways. It’s not a simple matter to understand what is good or bad in life.

The unconscious mind shows you everything that is negative, so that you may discern all bad intentions behind numerous lies. First of all, you learn how to identify the selfishness behind people’s actions. Whatever is based on selfish purposes has the intention to feed someone’s ego.

The ego is the center of the human conscience and controls the person’s behavior when their human conscience is strong. However, the ego is selfish and ignorant. Thus, everyone’s ego is absurd. Its desires are based on positioning the individual above everyone else.

This means those who do everything they can to fulfil the absurd desires of their selfish ego disrespect justice. This is why they are influenced by their anti-conscience, which is the wild side of the human conscience that didn’t evolve like our human side.

Their anti-conscience takes advantage of their selfishness and absurdity in order to impose more absurd desires to their conscience. This is how they lose their mind and they become mentally ill.

The unconscious mind shows you how dangerous everyone’s ego is, so that you may understand the meaning of justice. By identifying the unfair attempts of everyone’s ego to prevail in all situations and simply defend their own interests (while disregarding the rights and the needs of others) you will be able to understand what is right or wrong.

Then, you’ll learn the importance of your moral principals.

Even though many people believe that what gives balance to the human being is his/her capacity to think logically, the truth is that our balance depends on our sensitivity.

Rational thoughts cannot help you understand the meaning of justice. Only sensitivity can help you find balance. When you are indifferent and cruel, you make many mistakes. Your moral principals help you remember that you have to respect others and pay attention to their feelings, preventing you from being a slave of your ego.

You must be sensitive. At the same time, you must know how to identify conspiracies and selfish plans because they disrespect the moral principals of goodness. Your moral principals give you balance and protect your mental health because they oblige you to respect the laws of goodness. These laws forbid violence and indifference to the human pain.

Therefore, your moral principals make you pay attention to the human pain. This comprehension doesn’t let you cause pain to others. Your sensitivity prevents you from being violent. You understand that you must forgive all human sins, even though you must condemn what is bad.

Your forgiveness doesn’t eliminate your sense of justice. You must never agree with selfishness or disregard the bad intentions of someone due to their justifications. What is bad must be condemned so that it may be eliminated.

You must show compassion to all human beings, but you must also eliminate what is negative, without closing your eyes before what is unfair.

Your sense of justice is as necessary as your compassion when you judge the human actions, or when you decide how to act. The divine unconscious mind shows you in dream messages how to discern the truth and how to always act based on wisdom.

You need the unconscious lessons not only because the unconscious mind gives you precious information about your reality, as well as because the wickedness and the ignorance of the world distort all truths. Only the divine wisdom can give you a clear image of what is really right or wrong, and all the explanations you need in order to understand why something is good or bad.

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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