Do you dream each time
you go to sleep?
If so, do you remember your dream pretty vividly?

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Dreams can easily play tricks on your mind.
A Kenyan lady shared on social media a snippet of a crazy dream she had, where she had given birth to a fraternal set of twins, a boy and girl.

"Everyone was happy…congratulatory notes and texts, gifts, nice meals, and their father was happier than I was," she said.

In her weird dream, she sleeps in between her babies and their father who 'as usual' sleeps at the protective side, usually the reserve of men.
However, her dream came to an abrupt stop when she woke up and found herself all alone, without her bae, children, or even a baby bump.

According to scientists, dreams are your brain's way of trying to process events or interactions that occurred within the past one or two days, thus the brain compares these experiences with those of the past, trying to make sense of everything that has happened.

Psychologists suggest that our dreams may be the mind's way of alerting us to unresolved issues, while psychics argue that our dreams hold important clues about the future.
I know people do dream but mine is very weird. Ok I had this nice talk with this "Ghost" friend before sleeping and after goodnight things the sleep came. Kuna hii imagination rather dream that sijui ilitoka wapi, I'd given birth to twins, boy and girl. Everyone was happy...congratulatory notes and texts, gifts, nice meals and their father was happier than I was. I slept in btwn my babies and the dad as usual at the protective side. The worst part is when I woke up...trust me I was all alone...no bae no kid, just me and me alone, hata bal zii...nkt hata bado nimecatch...hiyo irudi ama silali tena
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Have you had a dream lately? Was it bizarre, sweet or even nightmarish?

Dr. Mugwenu, a traditional herbalist says that dreams are a platform for communication with our ancestors.
"While we may have different views on their meaning, we all experience similar types of dreams," says Mugwenu.

The herbalist says that if we understand what our dreams mean we have the power to respond to the messages we receive in them. He describes different types of scenarios experienced in dreams and their meanings.

Dreaming that you're falling
Falling in a dream suggests that you're having trouble finding your fate in life and maintaining stability. You're anxious, moody and find it hard to stay in a relationship. You need to seek help to bring stability to your life.
Dreaming of being chased
If you're being chased while you're sleeping it suggests that someone is looking for you in real life. Dreams which involve being chased is a warning that you need to be aware of what is going on around you. It indicates that you aren't safe. The biggest concern for this type of dream should be if you are caught in the dream. Then the meaning is different and trouble is lurking.
Dreaming of an ex-lover
When a previous lover appears in your dreams it can be interpreted in different ways. The meaning of such a dream is dependent on various factors, including the reason for your breakup, your relationship after you broke up, and your relationship status while you were together. For example were you dating or engaged?

Look out for the action taking place in the dream. What is your ex doing in the dream? Is he/she laughing, fighting with you, crying, or are you two in love again? Look out for specific actions and ask people such as Dr. Mugwenu, giving as much detail as possible.
Dreaming of snakes
A person who dreams of snakes is spiritually gifted. Though snakes are scary to most people, they symbolise your ancestors. As long as the snake in your dream doesn't bite you, it simply means that your ancestors are trying to reach out to you. If bitten, you need to be worried because then they aren't going to be friendly. It means that they have tried to reach out to you on a number of occasions and you have not responded to their communications.
Dreaming of a dead person
When the deceased person appears in your dreams it could be that they are trying to show you how they're doing since they've passed. Again, it is important to take note of what they are doing in the dream. The meaning of the dream lies in their actions. If they're smiling, happy and relaxed, then they are sending a greeting and letting you know they are there for you.

However, if their actions represent sadness, such as crying or anger, then you know their soul is having trouble resting. In either case, communicate with them and let them know you received their message and ask for guidance as to how to proceed.
Dreaming of money
Everybody wants money. Being handed money in your dreams is great, whether you see a chest full of coins or a pile of paper money. It shows that money or good luck is on its way to you. For example, if you were waiting for a reply from that company you went to for an interview, and dream of tons of money, you can know that you've got the job.

Losing money or handing money over is not a good thing, so be mindful of your spending if that's what you dreamed about.
Dreaming of water
Again, this is a dream that has more significance for spiritually gifted people, even if you don't regard yourself as such. If you dream that you're in water, or in contact with water, it could be a sign that you need a "cleansing", or that you need to pray near water. Water is profoundly liberating and good for the spirit.
Dreaming of a wedding
Despite popular belief, dreaming of someone tying the knot means the total opposite. It's a warning of death.
Dreaming of being naked
If you dream that you're naked, or someone else is naked, you should be concerned as it doesn't bode well. It indicates that someone is bewitching you. Mugwenu doctors advises that you pray or consult a healer if this ever happens to you.
Dreaming of food or eating
Dreaming of eating is as bad as dreaming you're naked. It means that someone is trying to bewitch you through food. When you dream that you're eating, be careful of who prepares your meals as they may just be plotting to take over your actions/thoughts through food.

Dr. Mugwenu says that if you want to know what your dreams mean, you need to look out for the following things and note them down, then discuss them with a Sangoma:

  • Your location: where are you in the dream and are you familiar with the place or is it a venue you've never visited?
  • Your actions: what are you doing in the dream – are you running, fighting, dancing, teaching, cooking etc.?
  • Your company: who are you with in the dream – family, enemies, friends, or are the people in your dreams complete strangers?
  • Your emotions: how do you feel in the dream – were you anxious, scared, ashamed, worried, relaxed, happy etc.?

Dreams play a vital role when you're working on enhancing and heightening your spirituality. But anyone, whether gifted or not, can decipher their own dreams. Understanding your dreams will always, without fail, give guidance as to what is happening in your life and what to watch out for.

Dr. Mugwenu also solves witchcraft spells, permanent strong erection, helping barren women, binding lovers together, preventing your partner from cheating on you, making your partner love you alone, get a divorce settlement quickly from your ex-partner, making your partner satisfy you in bed, removal of bad luck, as well as making your children listen to you and follow your instructions.
We help passing interviews, unfinished jobs by other doctors, so if you were not satisfied with a previous one, Dr. Mugwenu welcomes you to see him.

For more information visit our website www.mugwenudoctors.com or call 0740637248.


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