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Ancient Egyptian Dream Interpretation - Courage to speak - Good Dreams

Updated: Apr 24, 2022

Understanding our dreams is like peering through at what is just below the surface of one's own consciousness. Those hidden meanings, symbols and metaphors are keys to understanding why we make the decisions we do. They shape our perception of the world and how we see ourselves in it. I believe the Ancient Egyptians knew this because there were many dream manuals for interpretation and many copies made of dream manuals. Many dreams have been recorded and dream interpretation was open to everyone in all levels of society, not just the wealthy.

Understanding dreams was part of medical treatment and mental wellness. The Ramesside Dream Book, P. Chester Beatty, is just one of several dream manuals used by Ancient Egyptian priesthood. Please forgive the use of male pronouns. I kept to the original transliteration as much as possible.

If a man sees himself in a dream with his mouth broken open GOOD.

It means that something which is terrifying his heart , his Gods will break it open.

While you might think this sounds awful, there is nothing more terrifying and paralyzing than not having the courage to speak up for what you feel passionately about. Having faith in the Gods can break through your silence.

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Cerewin Rose
Cerewin Rose
Feb 18, 2022

Interesting concepts

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