What do your dreams really mean? How they are related to Nadis and the Chakras?
There are 10 types of common dreams. Every dream has some hidden meaning. Dream interpretation with the nadis (the energy channels) is very easy. Your dreams are trying to tell you something about your subconscious mind, chakras, and the blockages in the energy channels.
By analyzing and interpreting your dreams, you can reprogram your subconscious mind and understand your unconscious wishes, desires and overcome the obstacles of life. By controlling the dream related nadis, you can control your dreams and your life.
Dreams are not only related to your past or present or future, they are also associated with the blockages in the chakras – the psychic energy centers, and the nadis – the psychic energy channels in your body and mind. There are 114 chakras and 72000 energy channels in human body and your dreams are linked to them. Here, we will discuss the meaning of the common dreams and how they are related to the energy channels in the body. Obstacles and the remedies for the bad dreams are also discussed.
Why we Dream?
Our unconscious mind communicates our dreams in symbols. Dreams are the reflection of your past life, waking life, mirroring your fears, anxieties, desires, hopes, obstacles, new possibilities, and aspirations for the future. They are the hints of your future life. Dreams help us learn how to recognize and respond to threatening circumstances. Understand the personal meaning of your dreams and the ways to control that. Negative dreams occur if you are attached to the negative energies. Through proper exercises you can come out of that.
How Dreams are Generated?
According to our Ray 72000 Nadi System, dreams are originate in the low-level energy channels (Soma Nadis) in the brain and interpreted and contextualized by higher-order energy channels (Saraswati Nadis) in the brain areas. Dreams are generated by two way communications between the two groups of Nadis the Soma Nadis and the Saraswati Nadis.
Dreams contain vivid representations of objects, places, people, emotions, actions, sounds and voices. All these seed symbols are generated by the Puritat nadis in the heart.
When you are asleep, your mind become active and the Soma Nadis, the moon light energy channels become active, and the subconscious mind creates stories and images that can be either vivid or fleeting; nonsensical or seemingly prophetic; terrifying or absolutely mundane.
Dreams and the 72000 Nadis
There are different types of common dreams, including normal dreaming, nightmares, anxiety dreams, and false awakenings. There are 14 principal nadis in the human body. They are the Ida, Pingla, Sushumna, Gandhari, Hastijivha, Kuhu, Saraswati, Pusha, Shankhini, Payaswini, Varuni, Alambusha, Vishwodara, and Yashaswini Nadi. Vajra nadi is inside the Sushumn nadi and famous for manifestation.
The soma nadis, which are also known as Chandrima nadis are responsible for dreams. The word Soma or Chandrima means moon light energy channels. These moon light nadis has four main divisions: Soma nadi, Rohini nadi, Revati nadi and the Indu nadi. When these nadis are overactive or blocked, the negative dreams or the bad dreams, trauma, and nightmares arises. In Ray Taranga Yoga System, there are specific techniques to handle these situations.
The Indu nadis and the Saraswati nadis are responsible for the prophetic dreams. The Payaswini nadis and the Indu nadis are responsible for the lucid dreaming.
Dreams and the Chakras
The Indu chakra is associated with dreams. There are 114 chakras, the Nirvana chakra signifies the process of enlightenment. The Jiva chakra always creates a veil of ignorance. The Jiva chakra is associated with the negative dreams and the Nirvana chakra and the Sanjivani chakra are associated with the positive dreams. Therefore, if somebody suffers from bad dreams, means the Jiva chakra and the Indu chakra is out of balance. Chakra meditations brings emotional or spiritual balance and alignments, which releases the trapped emotions, and removes the negative dreams.
Dreams and the Sleep Cycles
When you’re awake, your thoughts have a certain logic to them. When you sleep, your brain is still active, but your thoughts or dreams often make little or no sense. This may be because the emotional centers of the brain trigger dreams, rather than the logical regions.
There are two main stages of sleep: rapid eye movement (REM) sleep and non-REM sleep. The Non-REM sleep is further divided into three different stages. Every stage is linked to a specific neuronal activity and brain wave structure. Dreams are frequent and strong during the REM sleep stage.
During sleep in the night, humans cycle through all stages of non-REM and REM sleep several times. Generally, the REM sleep periods are longer towards morning. The REM sleep is considered crucial for memory and emotions. Stage three is often called deep sleep or slow-wave sleep.
Dreams and the Sleep Stages
Our sleep cycles are controlled by the circadian rhythm, also known as the internal body clock. Our circadian rhythm that helps us fall asleep at night and stay awake during the day is informed by exposure to light, hence why we sleep when it’s dark, and is related to the production of the hormone melatonin. In general, older people sleep less, have more fragmented sleep, and spend less time in stage 3 (deep sleep), and rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, than younger people.
10 Common Dreams Meaning and Interpretation
Let’s take a closer look at some of the most common dreams. A dream is a message from your unconscious mind. Discover what your dreams and night visions are trying to tell you and learn how to control them through Nadi or energy channel activation.
1. Dreams About Flying
It expresses freedom from social norms and mental restrictions. Dreams about flying are experienced by many. Flying through the air like a superhero in your dream indicates that you have been released from a difficult situation in your waking life. You feel free, liberated, and at peace. How well you fly may also indicate how much control you have over your life. They can also indicate a desire to flee or escape from the realities of life. This could mean we are heading towards a new start.
2. Dreams About Falling
This is the sign of attachments and insecurities. Falling in a dream means that you are holding on too tightly to a problem in your waking life. You just need to relax and let things fall where they may. Trust yourself more in your waking life. Practice let go. Dreams about teeth falling out have been interpreted as everything from stress and big life changes, to indicating dental health issues.
3. Dreams About Taking an Examination
This is the sign of unpreparedness. Taking an exam your dreams might reveal an underlying fear of failure. Exams are how we judge others and ourselves. Being unprepared for an exam in a dream means you critically examine yourself in your waking life and that you may feel inadequate about an upcoming event. Accept yourself and your abilities instead of being self-critical.
4. Dreams About Late to Something
This is the sign of overloaded, fear and overactive. This dream might be a sign that you are doing too much and worried about your performance. Excessive promise and targets generates this type of dreams.
When, the Rohini nadi is overactive, it generates this type of “late to something ” dreams.
5. Losing your teeth
This is the sign of losing confidence in something you give value. Teeth are the symbol of your confidence and power. Teeth falling out in your dream mean that some situation in your waking life is causing your self-confidence to fall apart. Try to see the situation as a challenge instead of a blow to your confidence.
6. Driving a car
This is the sign of growth or struggle. The car represents your body (the vehicle of our soul) and driving represents your evolution in life. Depending on whether the road is smooth or you’re driving on a dangerous path, this evokes the road we’ve taken in your lives may be positive or negative. If the drive is difficult, this signifies that, you are struggling to make correct choice.
7. Dreams About Dying
This is the sign of new beginning and come out of the old situations. This dream gives the symbol to terminate something in life: a job, a career path, or even the old habits. Now you start to explore a new opportunity or fresh start. let go the past.
Revati nadi and the Rohini nadi activates and creates some type of rehearses, which the cognitive mechanisms requires for efficient threat perception and threat avoidance.
8. Dreams About Being Chased
This is the sign to get up, face and overcome the problems of life. You need to chase to fulfill your purpose of life. Before the time go out of your hand you need to act.
Rohini nadi is linked to the evolutionary adaptive function of brain and it generates the chasing type of dreams for adapting and face the new difficult situations of life.
9. Dreams About Spiders and Insects
Dreams about spiders can also highlight a relationship that’s overwhelming, heavy, anxiety-provoking with its hierarchy, or dark thoughts that pass through your mind at the moment. Fear of and provoked anxiety by spiders most often reveals the fear of an authoritative figure that someone perceives as destructive, who comes from a mother who’s too invasive, who acts as a large authority in life.
10. Prophetic Dreams
This is the way to receive messages from the spirit world. Historically, these dreams were considered to impart wisdom or even predict the future. Prophetic dreams are thought to be dreams that have foretold a future event. If you dream of something happening and then it occurs later, you may feel you’ve had a prophetic dream. Some believe that a prophetic dream is just your subconscious anticipating a particular outcome and having you dream it to prepare. The Indu nadis and the Saraswati nadis are responsible for the prophetic dreams.
Lucid dreaming means you’re aware that you’re dreaming while you’re in the dream. Like most dreams, it often happens during REM sleep. Lucid dreaming is when you’re conscious during a dream. This typically happens during rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, the dream-stage of sleep. You’re aware that the events flashing through your brain aren’t really happening. But the dream feels vivid and real.
The Payaswini nadis and the Indu nadis are responsible for the lucid dreaming. The Tibetan Buddhist practice of ‘dream yoga’ focused on the ability to retain awareness and lucidity during night time dreaming. However, in the Ray Taranga Yoga tradition of meditation practices, lucid dreaming is a normal practice to merge with the divine moon lights of the dream and to direct the dreams to achieve the higher divine purpose of compassion and love.
We discussed the meanings of 10 types of common dreams. How dreams are related to the energy channels in the body are explained. Dream interpretation with the nadis (the energy channels) is very effective tool to overcome challenges of life. Your dreams are the symbolic instructions of your subconscious mind, chakras, and the blockages in the energy channels. By analyzing and interpreting your dreams, you can reprogram your subconscious mind, fulfill your desires and overcome the obstacles of life.