Many dream symbols, as listed in this 488 page volume, are seen in the Bible. The interpretations of Joseph and Daniel in the Old Testament are examples of this. Barbie teaches that each dream component represents something, and in the context of the dream, that symbol has application to your past, present or future life. It can sometimes be for another person, too. For example, to have a person in your dream may mean the dream is about that person in relationship to you, or about someone who has a similar role in your life, or that even the person’s name may have a meaning that God is conveying to you. God loves to see us seek to hear His voice. Dreams are like this.
“It is the glory of God to conceal a matter; to search
out a matter is the glory of kings.”
This dictionary gives several meanings to most of the entrees. Over 9,200 symbols are listed. It is interesting to note that Ms. Breathitt teaches about God’s attention to detail. Every single component in a dream has meaning; color, timing, words spoken, expressions, your place in the dream, etc. Even one symbol can have many attributes, and these are as important as the symbol is.
Learning more about dream interpretation is important. But to have this volume on hand is helpful to the extent that you understand how to apply the symbols to your interpretation. I still find that even with the symbols, seeking God for the interpretation is very important. I have friends who help interpret dreams, too. With their understanding of basic symbols, they sometimes have instant interpretations when meanings have evaded me.
If you are prophetic, dream, or see visions, this book is a tool that will shed tremendous light on images that may puzzle you. I have several friends that, like me, use this book almost every day. We write down our dreams upon waking, then “map out” the symbols, pray for guidance and go on a treasure hunt through this wonderful book. For us, it’s fun. What a gift this book is to the Kingdom. Thank you, Barbie Breathitt, for this labor of love.
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