Sleep-dreaming

Posted by Maria Certo on Wednesday, August 4, 2010



Sleep is a fascinating function of the human body.

How often do we give this miraculous design a thought?

As we enter into total relaxation, our bodies are rejuvenating and rebuilding new cells.

Its design is perfection!

Without sleep, we would collapse and be non-functional.

While sleeping helps the body restore itself and gain strength during the evening hours,
sleep also brings us to dreamstate.

Dreamstate is yet another magnificent creation that allows the soul to awaken.

Dreaming brings our mental and emotional aspects of self back to a more balanced state.

Dreams assist us in releasing unconscious thoughts, feelings, and difficulties.

We are able to release what causes us stress during waking state through dreamstate.

Dreams guide us to inspiration, truth and direction.

Dreams are the gateway to heaven.

Here in this level of consciousness, the soul travels out of the body and into other dimensions.

We connect with other souls who have crossed over and visit with them.

These souls may be relatives, friends or our guides.

We may not remember our dreams when we awaken, but we feel refreshed and clearer in the morning.

Our guides have spoke to us and have lead us to a new awareness of self.

Each morning, find a moment to write down your dreams.

There will be a message for you 
as you begin to keep a journal.

God is always working through you even as you sleep.

Sleeping and dreaming are gifts from God that assist us in restoring our bodies and receiving
emotional, mental and physical guidance.

"Dreams are today's answers to tomorrow's questions."  ~Edgar Cayce

"And if tonight my soul may find her peace
in sleep, and sink in good oblivion,
and in the morning wake like a new-opened flower
then I have been dipped again in God, and new-created."
~D.H. Lawrence
























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Sleep-dreaming

Posted by Maria Certo on Wednesday, August 4, 2010



Sleep is a fascinating function of the human body.

How often do we give this miraculous design a thought?

As we enter into total relaxation, our bodies are rejuvenating and rebuilding new cells.

Its design is perfection!

Without sleep, we would collapse and be non-functional.

While sleeping helps the body restore itself and gain strength during the evening hours,
sleep also brings us to dreamstate.

Dreamstate is yet another magnificent creation that allows the soul to awaken.

Dreaming brings our mental and emotional aspects of self back to a more balanced state.

Dreams assist us in releasing unconscious thoughts, feelings, and difficulties.

We are able to release what causes us stress during waking state through dreamstate.

Dreams guide us to inspiration, truth and direction.

Dreams are the gateway to heaven.

Here in this level of consciousness, the soul travels out of the body and into other dimensions.

We connect with other souls who have crossed over and visit with them.

These souls may be relatives, friends or our guides.

We may not remember our dreams when we awaken, but we feel refreshed and clearer in the morning.

Our guides have spoke to us and have lead us to a new awareness of self.

Each morning, find a moment to write down your dreams.

There will be a message for you 
as you begin to keep a journal.

God is always working through you even as you sleep.

Sleeping and dreaming are gifts from God that assist us in restoring our bodies and receiving
emotional, mental and physical guidance.

"Dreams are today's answers to tomorrow's questions."  ~Edgar Cayce

"And if tonight my soul may find her peace
in sleep, and sink in good oblivion,
and in the morning wake like a new-opened flower
then I have been dipped again in God, and new-created."
~D.H. Lawrence
























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Sleep-dreaming

Posted by Maria Certo on Wednesday, August 4, 2010



Sleep is a fascinating function of the human body.

How often do we give this miraculous design a thought?

As we enter into total relaxation, our bodies are rejuvenating and rebuilding new cells.

Its design is perfection!

Without sleep, we would collapse and be non-functional.

While sleeping helps the body restore itself and gain strength during the evening hours,
sleep also brings us to dreamstate.

Dreamstate is yet another magnificent creation that allows the soul to awaken.

Dreaming brings our mental and emotional aspects of self back to a more balanced state.

Dreams assist us in releasing unconscious thoughts, feelings, and difficulties.

We are able to release what causes us stress during waking state through dreamstate.

Dreams guide us to inspiration, truth and direction.

Dreams are the gateway to heaven.

Here in this level of consciousness, the soul travels out of the body and into other dimensions.

We connect with other souls who have crossed over and visit with them.

These souls may be relatives, friends or our guides.

We may not remember our dreams when we awaken, but we feel refreshed and clearer in the morning.

Our guides have spoke to us and have lead us to a new awareness of self.

Each morning, find a moment to write down your dreams.

There will be a message for you 
as you begin to keep a journal.

God is always working through you even as you sleep.

Sleeping and dreaming are gifts from God that assist us in restoring our bodies and receiving
emotional, mental and physical guidance.

"Dreams are today's answers to tomorrow's questions."  ~Edgar Cayce

"And if tonight my soul may find her peace
in sleep, and sink in good oblivion,
and in the morning wake like a new-opened flower
then I have been dipped again in God, and new-created."
~D.H. Lawrence
























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