I've read plenty that dreaming is a common occurrence after you cast a spell but I'm wondering if people have actual outcomes from spells and what they may have dreamt prior.
For example I had made a honey jar for my ex because she broke up with me but on grounds of feeling more negative and bitter than necessary. This week I had begun taking it more seriously by burning pink candles on top after using certain oils, meditating and actually focusing clear energy on the situation which I've had trouble doing in the past.
Since then I've had good and not as good dreams with her in them, when during the last few weeks I couldn't recall a single dream I had that she was in. Two days ago she appeared to have texted me and stated how I had hurt her and how she gave me so much love and I didn't give it back but showed me by drawing pictures. Another was her being angry that I tried accessing her social media (I didn't) which woke me up but when I fell back asleep I dreamt she wanted to meet up with me to talk. When we met up I somehow knew that I was going to spill my feelings and regrets about how I acted and that I don't deserve her but she cut me off and told me she wants to be with me. After this we started making love and in the dream I kept telling myself that I was wishing it was real but oddly enough it felt real, like I was feeling her touch me and feeling everything around me. It was incredibly vivid and this happened early this morning.
Anybody else have stories or advice on dreams and love spells? Is it just a form of subconscious that wants these outcomes or is it more than that?
Well regarding your dreams it could be underlying fears of being unworthy of her, or it could be a warning from the universe not to behave in these ways [say you did in the past]
Personally I don't remember specifics but I do remember after casting spells having more vivid dreams surrounding the situation. Recently I was setting my intentions for the new year and cast a spell [its still working so I won't go into details but it's to bring new things in] that night I dreamed I was walking up a steep hill passing people and arrived at a cemetery. It was sunny and all the tombstones were decorated in pink, and the names were things that caused me stress and I was wanting to remove from my life [you know like debt, procrastination, and people that were gossiping about me] I felt very at peace walking through the cemetery and at the end my matron Goddess was standing and told me, basically, to go for what I cast. So that's what I've been working on this past week lol.
That's so interesting. I understand dreams are basically some form of your subconscious basically regurgitating but I wonder if spells influence it in a certain way to tell you if it's a waste of time or if it'll work out how you want, in some form.
And what you said about me not doing certain things; that's exactly it. Typically when I'm going through a breakup I can easily see who is and isn't at fault but this time I know I was causing the pain and what caused the breakup, so the dream of me being told just that is very relevant. The one from early this morning though was very positive and vivid so I'm kind of hoping it's a good sign.
Dream interpretation has been a hobby of mine for years. While I don't say interpret every single dream, the ones that stand out in your mind, and ones during a specific time in your life are the ones you should look into. Your subconscious mind uses symbols to work through waking issues. regarding spells, when we are asleep we are more open to psychic/spiritual messages, so sleeping with a Tarot card or crystal under your pillow can give you certain dreams. Same with if you ask your deity for help before bed there's a greater chance you will be contacted by them while you sleep. Spells are bringing energy into your life, and if it's a spell that would effect you [in your case a spell about your love life] it makes total sense you would have dreams about the situation. It really comes down to you to analyze them and determine if they are your subconscious fears or a warning to avoid behaviours.