Dreams are a symbolic language. Psychologists, scholars and Psychics agree that dreams are a gateway to the subconscious mind - a way to receive guidance and spiritual instruction. The art of Dream Interpretation is deciphering and determining the meaning of the symbolic content of dreams. This insightful art form dates back to 3000-4000 B.C., when the meaning of dreams were documented in clay tablets. In many cultures, such as the Native Americanâ€™s and Aborigineâ€™s, dreams are the soulâ€™s journey to another world. Psychics who interpret dreams assess themes and symbols in your dreams to help you understand how you are subconsciously feeling about or reacting to a current situation in your life. To prepare for Dream Interpretation, our Psychics recommend keeping paper and a pencil by your bedside. When you awake from a dream, note the details. The more details remembered about the dream, the better. Click here to meet Psychic Source's Dream Interpreters.
The analysis of the deep psychic and psychological meanings of the dreams can lend an insight to the issues that one is facing at the moment.
The process of discovering how the mystery and confusion of one's "dreams" can have a meaning for waking life. The therapist's role is to help a person along in this process, especially by explaining how "symbols" operate in dreams.
A practice that analyzes the symbols appearing in dreams in order to sort out a problem, put the dreamer in touch with his or her inner self, discern repressed thoughts, diagnose possible illnesses, unscramble a warning, or foretell the future. The practice of dream interpretation goes all the way back to ancient times. Perhaps the most well-known interpreter of dreams was the Hebrew patriarch Joseph.
Dream interpretation is the process of assigning meaning to dreams. In many of the ancient societies, including Egypt and Greece, dreaming was considered a supernatural communication or a means of divine intervention, whose message could be unravelled by those with certain powers. In modern times, various schools of psychology have offered theories about the meaning of dreams.