This narrative is something I have done for my mental health for years, DREAM INTERPRETATION.
As a lucid dreamer, I learned long ago to pay attention in my sleep! Often times, dreams are our subconscious mind only way to communicate things that may be affecting us when we would otherwise dismiss it in the hours that we are awake (until it manifests into some physical ailment or undesirable behavior).
“Emotions are considered a form of energy that play an integral role in the development of health or illness. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has traditionally viewed the emotions as one of the primary causes of disease. Western Medicine (WM) has traditionally viewed the emotions as the secondary factors to the cause of disease.”
Even though I have a degree in WM, I have been open about my TCM views regarding how to live with chronic illness (Hashimoto’s and fibromyalgia). This will be the first time I have ever addressed my subconscious publicly… Kristen
I had a dream last night where I was approached by an owl. I knew it was a baby because it wasn’t able to fly and had VERY soft feathers. I was sitting on a fallen log in the forest… it was daytime. We had a long conversation without speaking…
Owls have a tendency to emerge in dreams during times of uncertainty in your life. Who isn’t uncertain about what is going on right now? Like many people, CHANGE is the only thing that is certain these days. We are being faced with losing our jobs, businesses, homes… FREEDOMS.
Owl is a sign to trust your intuition and let it guide you though the darkness. A symbol of being protected against forces you are unable to see with your eyes – rotating neck behind their heads. Confirming my post earlier this week about choosing faith over fear.
Noticing a baby owls suggests beginning stages or new development relating soul, psychic, rebirth and creativity. A symbol that you need time and experience to develop in to what you will become. So baby owl is saying be easy on yourself in this time of renewal, it’s going to be OK.