Blueprint of the future

Blueprint of the Future Jane Teresa Anderson Dreams

Tell your dream to a friend. Okay, so not everyone is interested in dreams, but many are, and if you find someone to swap dreams with, this exercise will work really well for both of you.

Tell your dream to a friend, and then ask him to summarise your dream in no more than a couple of sentences. Listen carefully to those two sentences. Perhaps even write them down.

For example, the summary might be something like, “You are lost and can’t find your way. You keep going round in circles”, or “You want to fly higher but people keep saying you can’t.”

Then ask your friend how he sees that summary applying to your life. Then ask yourself how that summary applies to your life. Between the two of you, you’ll strike gold. A friend, just one step removed from your situation, can often see more clearly than you.

Once you see the pattern of your life – the blueprint of your future – you can change it, if you wish, using dream alchemy.

Become the pattern maker, not the pattern.

[Extract from 101 Dream Interpretation Tips, Jane Teresa Anderson]

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1 comment on “Blueprint of the future”

  1. Stella Raye Reply

    How appropriate that you choose to blog about this very thing that is happening in my life right now. Through my dream journaling, I’ve discovered that the nightmare I had when I was 6 or 7 years old was actually a ‘blueprint’ – a presaging – of the pattern my whole life would take. I’m now using a dream alchemy process to change it, and so far, I’m having great results. What a great revelation this has been to my inner growth. I am now changing the pattern of how I view my life, my future and my part in all of it. Fascinating!


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