Dream Symbolism

Some of the traditional dream interpretations are ancient, and have often been used as a mystical tool of prediction. Dream symbolism has its place in the ancient folklore of most cultures, such as the gypsies or travelling people, those of The Native Americans, the Ancient Egyptians, the Chinese and the early Christians.

The Language Of Dreams Language cannot create thought, but must be created by thought. Thus the first expression of articulate thought must have been through symbols rather than through words. For before attempting speech, man must have perceived objects, and their meaning. Use and similarity would have established themselves in his consciousness, before anything else. Spoken words have evolved as expressions of symbols. Symbolism is purposeful and significant, the outcome of inherited memory, tradition, cultural heritage, and history, as well as the individuals own creativity.

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