I feel things, but I don’t know what to do

June 23, 2010

From ifeanyi:

I do have dreams every night I sleep but the interpretation is always hard 4 me some times. plz do help me. again I can sense things before they happen, even know what other people have in mind with discussions. I feel them, but I don’t know how to go about it. Help me, I am seriously in need of your help.

Inspirations from Binah:

Being sensitive to the world around can be overwhelming at times. Every step outside your protected space feels like an attack of emotions, sights and sounds. Often times, while you feel something strongly, because it originated from another, you don’t understand its meaning. It is in these times when it is most important to filter out that which is not for you. Not everything you feel must be understood, instead you want to learn how to strip away the layers of noise to find the message of light.

Begin by consciously creating a circle of light around you before going outside. Make it only big enough to cover your body so as not to expend more energy than necessary. Within this bubble, set your intention to only allow in that which directly relates to you. Envision a giant filter that catches all the confusion and leaves only the crystal clear communication. Write down what you receive in all its forms, including drawings, sensations, sounds, smells, and so forth. Committing it to paper aids remembrance and allows you to capture emotions without the necessity of understanding. While your notes may not make sense at first, over time you will begin to see the patterns. As you acquire more knowledge, the patterns will fall into place, filling you with comprehension where before there was none.

This same technique will work with your dreams. Before going to sleep, set your intention to remember your nightly travels. Again, release your worry about understanding, your first step is only to snatch the imagery and convert it into this realm. Every few days, read through what you wrote, putting the pieces together like a giant jigsaw puzzle. Repeating this process will add to your skillset and soon you will discover that what was once shrouded in shadows is now as clear as a summer day.

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