21 August 2017
Whether the dream comes from the child or from the parent about the child, there is some work a parent can do to resolve their own issues so they can help the child thrive.
- When a child tells a parent a dream, the parent can consider – what is the biggest obstacle for the child in the dream and is the situation showing the child in a negative way (not dealing well with the obstacle) or in a positive way (dealing well and demonstrating strength in this area).
- Areas of weakness or great challenge can be developed & supported with a lot of encouragement, reassurance & nuturing while areas of strength can be increased by finding opportunities for these strengths to be utilized in day-to-day life.
This is enough to get you started.
When the child is in a parent’s dream the same question about challenges applies but now the parent can take initiative to heal his own weakness and to develop his areas of strength. When a parent deals with their issues then the child is more free to mature without learning/inheriting these issues from the parent.