I recognised that something wasn’t right with me. I was tired but alert, and it was a really odd feeling. I always managed to get through my day, but I also felt quite sluggish. I couldn’t pinpoint what was going on, so I mostly ignored it, I just got on with my day. It wasn’t until I woke up from a dream that I realised what was going on!

The dream was so vivid. I was watching a washing machine going around. It wasn’t very fast, just a slow wash I suppose. Except, there was this brown thick goo or liquid rolling around. It didn’t look that nice, and yet I knew when I woke up that it was coffee. I had been drinking a lot of coffee at work, and my body was telling me that it had enough. I listened to the message, and within a couple of days, the sluggish feeling left and I was starting to feel normal again.

We spend 1/3 of our lives asleep, and we have about four to five dreams a night. There are many aspects to our dreams, more than we can sometimes give them credit for. Your dreams can be really helpful in the way that you live your life, because they will highlight to you what is important. This isn’t always done in the easiest and simplest of ways as they can be quite cryptic, but as you delve more into your dreams, you begin to learn their language, and therefore understand what changes you need to make in your life. Pay attention to your dreams, and as you do, you will gain insight into your life in more ways than you thought possible!