Want to Interpret Your Dreams? 5 Easy Ways to do it Right | AWAYION BEAUTY

Hi, Friends!

Do you wish to have a sneak peek into proper dream interpretation? Because you want to be like the Prophet Daniel? And have your dream interpretations sought by royalty?

Right? No? Just teasing.

Take a deep breath.

In this post, discover 5 painless ways to interpret the symbols in your dreams. Because every girl in Christ should know get understanding.

*Disclaimer: You must be diligent in remembering your dreams correctly. This post is F.Y.I. only and is not to be confused with divination, etc. These tips could help you if you are a believer in Christ. Also, always do further research. Also, the sources for this or any post do not equal a full endorsement of any ministry or evangelist’s personal views by Awayion.com.**

TL:DR A quick post glance:

  1. Symbols Can Represent Things
  2. Symbols Can Represent Time
  3. Symbols Can Represent Characteristics
  4. Symbols Can Be Similar
  5. Symbols Can Be Timeless

Sound amazing ladies? Okay, let’s start!

Beginner’s Tips

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For starters, understand the objects, people, or things are types or symbols — in your dreams. 

Symbol: a representation or one thing standing for another.

Type: a prophetic representation, one thing prefiguring another.

Now, you must figure out if your dream objects, or people are types or symbols. Figure out how dream objects relate to your waking life. Sound hard? No worries. It’s easy to figure out. So check out the 5 painless ways to interpret dream objects below:

1. Symbols Can Represent Things | Types Represent the Future of Things

Now symbols represent things. Figure out if the thing being represented is something that will happen in the future. If it is a future thing, then it is a type not a symbol.

In Genesis 9, the rainbow that is mentioned is a symbol, not a type. While Jonah’s fish experience in Matthew 12 is a type, not a symbol.

2. Symbols Can Represent Time (Past, Present, Future) | Types Represent A Thing That Happens in the Future

Also, a symbol can take place anywhere on the timeline of your life. While a type, is always representative of a future event. This is due to the prophetic nature of a type.

3. Symbols Can Represent Characteristics | Types Represent Future Characteristics of Someone/Something

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A symbol is designed to represent certain characteristics or qualities. A type is designed to be a per-ordained rep of something or someone to come.

4. Symbols Can Be Similar to What They Represent | Types Must Require Analysis

A symbol has characteristics, qualities, marks, or features common to what it represents.

A type requires a setting forth of an extended analogy between the type and that which it typifies. In layman’s terms it simply means to connect the dots.

5. Symbols Can be Timeless | Types Represent Time

A symbol in itself no essential reference to time. While a type, has inherent in itself a reference to time.

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Major Takeaways

You now know the right ways to begin interpreting your dream symbols.

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If you find a typo, just know that it happens to all of us! 🙂

Daniel. Daniel 2:2. Bible Hub, n.d. Web. 20 July 2017.

Genesis. Genesis 9:13 I Have Set My Rainbow in the Clouds, and It Will Be the Sign of the Covenant between Me and the Earth. Bible Hub, n.d. Web. 20 July 2017.

Goll, Jim W. "Appendix B Interpreting Symbols." Discovering the Seer in You: Exploring Your Prophetic Gifts. Shippensburg, PA: Destiny Image, 2007. 171-72. Print.

Matthew. Matthew 12:39 He Answered, "A Wicked and Adulterous Generation Asks for a Sign! But None Will Be given It except the Sign of the Prophet Jonah. Bible Hub, n.d. Web. 20 July 2017.