Dear Joshua,

First of all, thank you so much for the Unlimited Abundance Bootcamp, my mind has been blown so many times already. I am so grateful I get to be a part of this.

The 5th week has started a bit differently than any others, so that is why I’m writing to you.

What are dreams? Earlier I have been under the impression that they are just like thoughts and nothing to be taken seriously. I used to think that they are just some random weird stuff our subconscious processes every night. But now I’m not so sure anymore, because I’ve learned that thoughts are received. Are dreams received too or are they something else?

I haven’t had any dreams for a while, but during last two nights I’ve had dreams about two people, a man and a woman, with whom I don’t keep touch anymore. They both used to be very important to me at some point of my life. It has been 9 years since I talked to him the last time and maybe 18-19 years since I talked to her. I don’t feel there are any unresolved issues between us, no bad blood or anything, but I found some limiting beliefs I had about both of them, so I worked on those.

The first one that came to my dreams was him and as I woke up, I wondered what was going on in there, and why, after all these years, would I have a dream about him? The following night I had a dream about her, and as I woke up, I felt that there might be something going on, because I hadn’t thought of her in years. These two used to go to school with me, but they didn’t really know each other’s like they knew me. I would really appreciate your insight on this, because I don’t know what to do with it or where to look next.

Thank you so much in advance!

Dear Sari,

Dreams are a return to the nonphysical. Each night, as you sleep, you leave your conscious physical body and return for a little visit to the nonphysical realm. Since you are tuned to physical reality, you cannot really make sense of the nonphysical. When you awaken and remember a dream, it has been downloaded into your consciousness. Since the nonphysical is so different from the physical, you have difficulty trying to make sense of it from your physical perspective. Your dream is your sense of what occurred in the nonphysical from a physical reference point. That’s why they seem so strange to you.

You cannot comprehend a realm where time and space do not exist in the way you understand it. When trying to perceive a dream from a physical state, you seek to orient it in physical terms. This is really not possible, but you can get a sense of what is going on. You rendezvous with those you know and you interact. Now, those you know are not who you know them to be since in the nonphysical there are no fears or limiting beliefs. If you saw your loved ones in their true light, you would not recognize them. However, often in your dreams, you see an aspect of them; some quality that becomes exaggerated. You recognize that quality. Sometimes, one friend will morph into another and you’ll start out the dream interacting with one person who changes into another. While this makes sense in a nonphysical environment, it makes no sense in your earthly reality. It’s not really the person, it’s more about this particular aspect of them in relation to who you are pretending to be.

Earth is a platform that allows for the discovery of self. Who you are in the physical form is an aspect of who you are in the nonphysical with self-imposed limitations. As you travel along your path of self-discovery, by processing your limiting beliefs and challenging your fears, you unravel your limitations and this aspect comes through in new ways. This is the exploration of self that you truly want to conduct. If you are engaged in the analysis of your limiting beliefs and fears, you are moving toward who you really are. When this happens, you encounter new aspects of your limitations and you move forward.

Sometimes, in the dream world, you play out certain scenarios and ideas. You investigate potential beliefs to be analyzed and adjusted. Maybe you have a belief around friendship. Maybe you feel a connection to these people. Possibly you are connecting with them in your dreams. Is there a reason and a purpose to all this.? Certainly, there is the idea of playing with various concepts, and maybe it relates to something you’re going through now or something you’re about to go through in the near future. Who can tell?

What do you feel when you think of these dreams? Are you happy for the eternal connections you have made or are you sensing some loss? In loss, you perceive that something is missing and this is due to a limiting belief. However, you cannot lose anything. Once you have attracted a person into your reality, they are with you always.

You are meeting new friends in the bootcamp. You have the opportunity to reach out and establish new connections. If you fear loss of friendship, you may be reluctant to engage in new connections. However, since you can only gain and can never lose, you can only gain wonderful new relationships and you can never lose them.

With our love,
We are Joshua