The Native Americans’ 7 Core Beliefs About Dreams

Native Americans Beliefs About Dreams

5) What happens in the dream world has consequences.

According to Native American tribe Huron, a person has two souls:

  • One of them animates the physical body and the other one extends beyond physical activities.
  • In sleep, this soul travels and communicates with other souls and guides. When this soul returns to the body it communicates its experiences and learning through a dream.

According to Huron people, it is necessary to learn from these dream adventures to unify these two souls and make the person whole again.

6) We have spirit guides and we can contact them through our dreams.

Many people on their spiritual journey do a lot of soul work during their sleep. It is during sleep that their soul travels to meet spirit guides and seeks soul lessons and guidance.

Most of the insights and learnings come in the form of lucid dreaming.

Therefore in the Native American culture, dreamwork is highly revered. People are encouraged to remember their dreams and seek help from Shamans to interpret the meaning of their dreams to progress on their spiritual journey.

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7) Dreams could be an important clue to heal soul loss.

According to Shamanic cultures, our soul can leave the body during times of stress or trauma, this process is referred to as soul loss.

According to Native American tribe Shoshone, soul loss is a common cause of illness.

Soul retrieval is a powerful Shamanic healing technique.

Shamans also engage in dream work with people to understand where the lost soul can be found; alternatively, Shaman or a medicine person would go into a trance state and search for the lost soul.

The lost soul would be then restored to the body and the person would heal and get this lost vitality and exuberance back.

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4 thoughts on “The Native Americans’ 7 Core Beliefs About Dreams”

  1. One of the first things of being ascending from Spanish and Native American ancestry is, the understanding.
    I know dreams are connected now, I personally understand why my dreams are connected.
    Being able to understand the separation without knowing. Is like knowing how to flick a switch without being aware of the connective consciousness or perhaps being grateful of light in darkness.
    Dreams the lost wisdom. Each person of understanding, can always know much less shake off dream phases.
    I’m one of many born after the Spanish and Mexico Revolution. Hey I’m with Spain, who’s ancestry married Indian. ( My grandma told me stories about the Spanish genocide done by the Mexican people. Only out of fear, opinions of oppression.) I’m one of these descends. The offspring of a Native American culture who is not considered Native American for the unwillingness of New American to hold up the end of a contract.
    Lost wisdom to the knowing of this dream interpretation. Dreams we all have yet
    unable to yet interpret much less comprehend. Yet unable to comprehend. Where are our healers, I’m your people. Lead me to where this type of wisdom originated from.

    True Story, all present = all is connected. Understanding that even in darkness, such said or though is a connection.
    Stuart’s of the things presented to us at a moment. Doesn’t mean the possibly of possession, being able to carry into the next reality.
    Physical is Ego= gratifying the first phase in dream state.

  2. OMG! I was just telling my sister the other day that our souls actually do experience our dreams,that we are actually there,in our dreams experiencing what ever we are dreaming.then this morning I came across this.

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