Dream Interpretation

Dream Interpretation


You must consider this dream’s varying aspects in order to interpret this dream. Your subconscious may be giving you some messages in regards to what needs to be kept and what needs to be let go. Traditional dream interpretations say that if you are the one being abandoned in your dream, it is a dream of the contrary and you may experience reconciliation or recovery from trouble or illness.

When, in your dream, you are feeling pain or discomfort in this area or any other area of the body, make sure that you are in good health. At times our subconscious knows that something is wrong, even before we have any symptoms. Old wives’ tales tell us that this is a dream of the contrary and that you will have lots of vigor and good health. However, they say that if you dreamed that your abdomen is exposed, it may be a warning that someone that you trust is not loyal or is working against you.

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Colors of the Aura

Aura Colors

Life is full of color and like so many other things on your path, color also has meaning. They are representations of messages from your higher self, God, dreams, whatever the label. But you don’t have to be a Metaphysician to understand the importance of color in your life. It exists in every day experiences.

Many people associate the color white with God, pink with love and purple with royalty or spirituality. The following is a brief outline of primary colors and their common interpretation, but remember to use this information only as a guide.

Colors generally have two meanings depending on the appearance (vibrant v. dull) and state (consistent v. spiked). Colors such as black and brown can denote the same emotion regardless of appearance.

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Feng Shui Basics

Feng Shui

What is Feng Shui ?

The Feng Shui is very old and comes from the ancient Chinese culture. As we move into the 21st century the use of Feng Shui in the modern world is astounding and widespread. More and more people who would not even consider Feng Shui, because of its mystical or superstitious aspects, are now applying it in their homes or office with outstanding results.

One of the reasons for this modern acceptance is that Feng Shui is not just something for the Asian mind, but its application is fundamental to all peoples well being. In essence you do not have to be Chinese to incorporate Feng Shui into modern life style. Feng Shui allows energy to flow in a productive and harmonious way.

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Notes on Lucid Dreaming

Since the last posting on Lucid Dreaming, I have had lot’s of email asking so many questions about what exactly lucid dreaming is, and a little more on how to do it. Actually, it’s a hard subject to discuss as so many perspectives are illusive and more about personal perception and manipulation, besides the fact that I am really no expert and can only point in the general direction.

That means that it is all up to the practitioner to practice and experiment, as is usual. A wonderful gentleman from the US, Erin J. Wamsley tried very hard to lay out a blue print in a great little book in explaining lucid dreaming and did a very good job of it, but he still had to revert to “personal experiences” to sort of “guide the way” if you will.

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A Rare Dance of Planets – The Planetary Gathering Peaks

In case you didn’t know already, I just thought I’d let you know that a line up of the planets and the moon are now in progress (May 12th).  In fact, it is a once in a life time experience!  A lot of folk believe this is going to be a very powerful time indeed, especially for magick!!  It is also possible to view this time as maybe affecting other people in strange ways and might be somewhat of a violent time around the world, (but then again – when isn’t it?)  It might also cause tension or depression, or other negative traits.  Others may dream intensely.  We’ll have to wait and see?  Whatever… for sure though; it is a very auspicious and powerful time in this part of the universe and journeys into the magickal world could have extremely powerful forces at play.  Be careful  in your otherworld venturing and questing….

A little info for you..

A Rare Dance of Planets – The Planetary Gathering Peaks

If you haven’t yet seen the great planetary gathering that’s unfolding in the west at dusk, the first half of May brings your best opportunity. All five bright, naked-eye planets — Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn — are well placed for viewing in the western twilight sky about an hour after sunset. There is no single date of a “great planetary alignment,” though all five of them (plus the Moon) will be clustered within 33° of sky on the evening of May 14th.

Close gatherings of the five naked-eye planets are relatively rare. Every 20 years, we get a period a few years long within which these worlds can all gather in more or less the same part of the sky as seen from Earth’s perspective. The last widely visible five-planet bunching was in February 1940. (A tight grouping occurred in May 2000 but was hidden in the Sun’s glare.) And another good one won’t take place until September 2040. So for many of us, this spring’s display represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

May 8–12: All five naked-eye planets continue shining in the west at dusk. Start by spotting bright Jupiter high up; you can’t miss it. Down to its lower right, you’ll find even brighter Venus.

Very close to Venus is much dimmer, orange Mars, only 1/160 as bright. On May 10th Venus and Mars appear closest together, just 1/3° apart, much less than a finger’s-width at arm’s length.

Look below Venus for Saturn. Farther to Venus’s lower right, near the horizon, is Mercury. Binoculars give a great view of the whole show!

May 13: Go out about 40 minutes after sunset and spot bright Venus moderately low in the west-northwest. Scan below it near the horizon for the hairline crescent Moon. Binoculars will help. See if you can spot Mercury a little to the Moon’s right, and Saturn to the Moon’s upper left.

Just below Venus, look for faint orange Mars, only 1/160 as bright. Jupiter shines much higher to Venus’s upper left.

May 14: There’s a beautiful sight in the west after sunset tonight! The crescent Moon is closely paired with brilliant Venus, the Evening Star. Just below Venus, look for faint orange Mars; binoculars will help. Farther below is Saturn, and to the lower right of Saturn is Mercury (near the horizon). Well off to the upper left of this whole grouping shines bright Jupiter.

May 15: Look west in twilight for the crescent Moon. To its upper left is bright Jupiter, and farther to its lower right is brighter Venus. Just below Venus is faint little Mars (binoculars help!). Farther down is Saturn.

May 16: The crescent Moon shines in the west this evening, with Jupiter to its lower right. Much farther to their lower right is brilliant Venus with faint little Mars glimmering close by.

May 17–24: The two brightest planets, Venus and Jupiter, are shining in the western sky after dusk and drawing closer together day by day. See if you can spot faint little Mars to Venus’s lower right.

For a scientific review of the actual line-up, can be found on a web site I looked up especially to show what is happening at: