Dreams and Dream Interpretation
The Edgar Cayce Readings Approach to Dreams
Adapted from An Overview of the Edgar Cayce Material by Kevin J. Todeschi
Although it is true that many of us do not consciously remember our dreams, everyone dreams. During the early part of this century, while psychologists such as Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung were demonstrating the clinical importance of dreams, Edgar Cayce was providing average individuals with guidelines for working with what has become one of the most practical approaches to dreams. Hundreds of Cayce's readings deal with the subject of dreams and dream interpretation. Perhaps the most important insights gained from the wealth of this material is the fact that each of us is aware of much more—about ourselves, our physical bodies, our surroundings, even our lifestyles—at subconscious levels than we realize when we are while awake.
Dreams can diagnose the causes of our physical ailments, point out the thoughts and emotions that we've tried to overlook and often make suggestions for improving our relationships with others. While dreaming, we can gain awareness about our entire being: physically, mentally, and spiritually.
Edgar Cayce's A.R.E. has an online, interactive dream group for sharing and interpreting dreams at Facebook. Here’s how it works: Join our dream group (it’s free), and you can simply post your dream to the group wall for discussion with other group members. You will be required to join Facebook (also free) to be a member of the group.
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You may also want to browse our online database of past dream interpretations or our free online dream dictionary. We frequently hear from members and friends around the globe that they have used this site for guidance in working with their own dreams or in learning how to improve their dream interpretation skills. The good news is that this site now contains thousands of dreams that have been interpreted, as well as a variety of resources to help you interpret your own dreams. Please note, too, that our dream interpretations should not be considered a replacement for any type of counseling, legal advice, or medical diagnosis.