Monday, April 21, 2014


In my experience, there are four types of dreams:

The first type of dream is what I call the movie dream.  It's the kind where you are not really involved.  You watch what is going on just like you would at a theater - even if you are in it.

The second type of dream is a lucid dream.  This can be like a movie dream except that even though you're sleeping and dreaming, you're aware of what is going on.  You're able to change the dream if you don't like the way it is going.

The third type of dream is the lesson.  Sometimes they are kind of weird, but they're always insightful.  When you wake up, you usually remember most of the dream and you just KNOW there is something important in it.  If you take the time to study the dream, you will probably find out that there is some kind of lesson for you... some sort of message.

The fourth type of dream is what I call a visit.  You are not dreaming ABOUT someone, you're actually visiting WITH them - only in a dream state.  For me, it's always someone who has passed away.  I would imagine that it doesn't have to be someone that has crossed over, but that's always the way it works for me.  So if I write any future blogs about dreams, you'll know what I'm talking about.

How about any of you?  Do you have any other types of dreams?  Share your experiences.  I love this topic and find it really fascinating.

Love,  Paula

1 comment:

  1. I've never had a lucid dream in my life. Any time I become aware that I'm dreaming, I'm awake within 5 seconds.