Keyword: Dreams

  • Ordinary Eggs By John Paul Jackson Why is it important to branch out and record your dreams in “unique” ways? It causes the right side, the creative side, of your brain to develop, and you literally come into a greater understanding of dream interpretation simply because you’re doing something new and creative.
  • Context, Context, Context By Streams Staff What is context? Context is looking at the details of the dream in light of the big picture.
  • A Vehicle to Your Destiny Pt. 1 By Streams Staff One of the most common, yet important, objects to appear in dreams are vehicles. God has much to say about your vehicle in dreams—it plays an important role in getting you where He wants you to go.
  • How Do You Feel? By Streams Staff One of the most important things to remember about your dream—and it's important to do this right after waking up—is how you felt during the dream and what lingering feeling you had after waking up from the dream. Sometimes "how you felt" about the dream can be subtle. It's on these occasions where it's most important to include this somewhere in your dream entry. For example (Feeling: When the dream started, I felt a little apprehensive, but as it progressed, I felt more and more comfortable). Remembering and writing down how you felt right after having a dream is an important habit to get into. Seemingly positive events can happen in a dream, but if you wake up with an uneasy feeling, the interpretation of that dream might change—from an encouraging dream to a warning dream. Sometimes this is the subtle difference between good and God.
  • Comparing Intrinsic and Extrinsic Dreams By Streams Staff In the Understanding Dreams and Visions course you are taught the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic dreams. Identifying this characteristic, which determines if the dream is about you (intrinsic) or somebody else (extrinsic), is just one step of recording and interpreting your dreams.
  • The More Important Thing By John Paul Jackson Obviously, walking in our calling is very important, but we can’t ever forget why we are walking in our calling—why we wanted to take this road in the first place.
  • Let Go of the Box By John Paul Jackson Every morning, we are given our first opportunity to decide how we are going to think that day. Put very simply, we can choose to think big thoughts about God or small thoughts about God.
  • Getting Rid of Bees By John Paul Jackson Over time, I have discovered that God takes our fears very seriously. We often do not. Most of us have been afraid of the same things for so many years that we almost don’t notice how they’re affecting us anymore — or worse, we choose to ignore them.