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Other times our dreams let us know that we simply need to start paying more attention to certain people in our life that we may be taking for granted. If we dream about a relative we haven't seen in a while, we should give them a call. If we dream of starting an argument with our spouse, we should give them a little more attention than usual. Many times, our proverbial "guilty conscience" knows only one way to reach us, and that's while we are asleep.
Another very interesting way dreams help us is in healing process after a traumatic experience. Following such an occurence, we will often dream about tragedy itself, or of something equally morbid. It's our mind's way of wrapping itself around what has happened. The dreams will eventually stop all together, as soon as your subconcious has come to grips with everything.
Sometimes it helps to discuss your dreams with others. If you think your dreams are trying to tell you something in particular, discuss it with someone. An outside opinion can often do a world of good.
When you take an honest look at your life and at your typical day, it will be obvious what your dreams are trying to tell you. Most people miss out on so much because they discard their dreams and forget all about them.
It would be same as writing letter we talked about before, putting all of your thoughts and feelings on paper, then crumbling paper and throwing it away. Listen to what your subconcious mind is telling you. Don't throw away a chance to grow.
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