so one morning I had some very intense dreams so I went and grabbed papers from my mothers desk, I scribbled down on two separate papers what I could remember.
The first paper I wrote sort of a personal set of moral guidelines
The second paper I had some sort of philosophical saying that couldn't be remembered accurately
at the bottom of each of these papers there were quotes from catholic saints (completely unintentional)
at the bottom of the first paper it says "God speaks to the ears of those who are silent and makes them hear his secrets." (obviously I'm not being silent by writing this but... yeah)
the second papers saying was irrelivent but the quote I was able to scrounge up was
"People say we need to change with the times but things in nature change by themselves. we are not going to be ready for the change coming"
if you have any idea as to what that may mean, or what it could have been originally please let me know. :)
do you think any of this is legit or just making a mountain out of a mole hill?
Have you been studying the bible more recently?
no, I have been studying spiritual religions like buddhism, wicca, hinduism, paganism etc.
Were you raised Christian?
i think dreams r what u make of them.. and if u find importance in the message then it is...
i think our spirit guides are our higher self's. from an other plane.. helping us though our life.. thank u for shareing
Well I can only talk from my experience. My spirit consort talks to me often in my dreams. So I believe that spirit guides do talk through dreams. The papers make me think of the anime Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt when Garter got messages on pieces of paper :P
Guides (and other spirits) definately communicate throught dreams! They usually use things that are more related with what is going on in life recently, and how to over come things in it.... it is possible that the dreams are prophetic? It is also possible that in delving too deeply into the esoteric writings, the dreams can be influenced to take bits and pieces and try to make sense of the scripts being studied.