Hey everyone, this is Keith again. I'm very sorry for taking so long to post this, as I have been busy with school and other life obligations. Many people have asked me to interpret their dreams for them, so I have decided to teach everyone the three basic principles of dream symbology. These principles are so extensive that I decided to separate them into three separate lessons, which will be Sequencing, Action and Direction, and Color.
As in life, the meaning of a dream is defined in a series of events. In order to know the meaning behind a symbol you must check for two factors in sequencing:
The Before - what symbol came before The Current? Is it directly or indirectly affecting the
The After - what symbol came after The Current? Is it directly or indirectly affected by the
You must look at The Before and After with every Current, in order to know the basis for a dream's meaning. For example, a man can mean many different things in a dream and has no real symbolic value, but if he is coming out of a doorway and catching a football, then symbolic value has been added to the man. In order for you to fully understand how sequencing works I am going to give you the basis for symbol sequence.
Beginning = The first symbol, is The current symbol, The After is the symbol which is affect
by this symbol, and The Before is not present.
Centering = The second (or higher) symbol, in which previous After symbol becomes The
Current, and a new After is present, and the previous Current symbol becomes
Ending = The last symbol, in which the previous Before becomes The Current, and the
previous Current becomes the After, however no After becomes present.
I hope this information has helped you all out immensely. As I have stated before I'm always willing to help out if needed. I would hope that my lessons would be a help to those of you who specialize in dreams as I do. Peace.
I keep dreaming of this guy even now and I think that he is living like me, and for some reason we connect in dreams sometimes. I know three other people with similar experiences too.