Are Dreams Important? How to Incorporate their Value into Practice

4053251947_c4f4ca7d17_mSome people cannot understand how we can discover the meaning of dreams. This is very simple now that the dream language was completely deciphered.

The psychiatrist Carl Jung discovered the right code for a perfect dream interpretation. I continued his work, discovering the meaning of more dream symbols and the wild side of the human conscience that he could not see.

Now everything that Jung ignored is explained, and you can simply exchange all dream images with words that make sense to your conscience.

Today the symbolic dream language is not a mystery like it used to be in the past, when nobody could precisely decipher the meaning of the strange and confused dream images. The people who translated your dreams would give you only their personal opinion about what your dreams could possibly mean.

Of course, many false dream interpreters are still simply guessing the meaning of dreams, instead of translating their real meaning. They should learn how to accurately translate the dream messages according to the scientific method, because this is the only correct one. However, they keep misleading the public.

The scientific method of dream interpretation guarantees you the most accurate translation of all dream symbols, without leaving you with doubts. These translations are not based on suppositions, but based on very serious research and real discoveries.

You can very easily verify this truth by yourself. You’ll have the unconscious guidance always protecting you, and showing you how to attain your goals. Thus, you will have practical knowledge that the scientific translations are real and can be trusted.

Simply pay attention to the dreams you have while sleeping, when you wake up, without thinking about other matters; you must attend to the analysis of your dreams. If you think about the problems of the day as soon as you wake up, you’ll completely forget your dreams.

In order to always remember your dreams, you must give them importance. If you consider them as disorganized images that have no meaning, you won’t be able to receive all the benefits of dream interpretation. You’ll tend to forget your dreams, the same way that you forget things that you consider irrelevant.

Your nightly dreams are as important as your daily life, because the unconscious mind that produces them is your natural doctor. Dreams have a tremendous healing power, besides helping you fully develop your intelligence.

You should simply write them down in a dream journal, and then translate them based on the lessons I have already given you online. You’ll then see how the whole process works in practice.

Even if you won’t be able to completely interpret one single dream the few dream symbols that you’ll recognize and translate will help you solve your basic problems. Even a simple and short dream can give you real proof of how powerful the dream messages are.

After discovering solutions that you could not find by yourself, thanks to the unconscious guidance, you’ll verify that the value of your dreams is tremendous.

You’ll then respect their meaning and the scientific translations the same way you respect everything that you consider sacred in life, very grateful for having assess to this knowledge.


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 exactly translate the meaning of your dreams, so that you can find health, wisdom and happiness.

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Click Here to download a Free Sample of the eBook Dream Interpretation as a Science (86 pages!).


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