Can dreams help you find your Soulmate?

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 Could it be that in dreams we may discover soulmate connections between ourselves and our partner? These dreams may reveal past lives that we have shared together and our future destiny together. Some dreams show our connection symbolically. For example often dream of living in Tibet as a yogi. In this particular dream, a book falls from the sky and lands on my crossed legs. The monks around me get very excited and say this is an auspicious sign. They tell me that I must prepare for a new life and they begin to chant an uplifting mantra.  Next I am with my wife Jane and we are looking forward to what may lie ahead. A guru figure explains that we are at the source of the Ganges and must now swim the river but warns that it will be very cold indeed.

Note: This is a copyrighted extract from my book  Psychic Dreaming  by Craig Hamilton-Parker ( ISBN 1-4027-0474-7 Sterling Publishers 2004 )

The Ganges is the holy Indian river in which the ashes of the dead are scattered in the hope of being taken to a fortunate future life. The icy waters shown in my dream may symbolise the coldness of the corpse and death itself. Crossing a river is a common symbol for the transition to the next life and is found in western symbolism in figures such as the Greek boatman Charon who ferries the dead across the river Styx to Hades. In this dream the source of the river is shown. In a psychic dream a spring, a fountain or the source of a river may show the source of life itself from which awareness springs. These symbols can show the life giving power of the unconscious and in this case point to some of the primary objectives of my life. In this instance the dream shows –in a symbolic way- that the lives of my wife and I are intertwined at a spiritual level. I believe that this dream indicates that Jane and I are soulmates and share a common destiny?

Dreams about soulmate may include similar imagery to the above or may even include specific details that can be verified. Before I met my wife I would dream of being with a group of people fleeing from soldiers and wild dogs. In the nightmare we are attacked from behind and our heads are severed. Remarkably Jane also had had this same dream prior to us meeting. And strangest of all was the fact that Jane, my daughter Danielle and me all had similar birthmarks on the back of our necks– as if our bodies were still carrying the marks of something that had happened to us in a previous life.

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People who have found their Soulmate

There instances in my casebooks of people who believe that their future partner has been revealed in a psychic dream. For example during a mediumistic consultation with a sitter called Wendy (pseudonym) I asked why I kept seeing a wounded soldier and a nurse from the First World War. For some reason this would soon be important.

Wendy explained how she had a recurring dream about working as a nurse in a make shift hospital close to the Somb in 1916. In the dream she has fallen in love with one of the terminally ill wounded soldiers. As he dies she hands the man a red rose and promises that she will be with him when her time comes to die.

Sometime after the consultation Wendy telephoned me to explain that she had fallen in love and was planning to marry. After her fiancée had proposed he confessed that she reminded him of a woman from his dreams. He explained to the astonished Wendy how he often dreamed of being in an army hospital and how a beautiful nurse handed him a red rose.

It would appear that dreams do sometimes identify our future partner. Nonetheless, we must also try to retain a certain amount of clarity when forming a relationship as at this time it is very easy to become the victim of our dream fantasies. The psychologist Carl Jung believed that each of us is psychologically part male and part female. He called these two aspects of the self the Anima (female) and the Animus (male). In dreams the Anima and Animus appear in dreams as the perfect man and perfect woman.

When we fall in love we sometimes project onto our partner this inner vision of the perfect man or woman. Unfortunately these fantasies are usually unrealistic and newlyweds often face a crisis when they begin to distinguish between the person they thought they married and their spouse.

Note: This is a copyrighted extract from my book  Psychic Dreaming by Craig Hamilton-Parker ( ISBN 1-4027-0474-7 Sterling Publishers 2004 )

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Finding Your Soul Mate
Article about how you can find your soul mate and the perfect partner through dreams and insights. Some metaphysical philosophers believe there is a group soul that connects us over many lives and reincarnations.
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CRAIG HAMILTON-PARKER is a celebrated psychic medium who has confounded skeptics by the uncanny accuracy of his readings. Craig is the author of 15 books and together with his wife have their own TV series.

7 comments… add one
  • Fina Jun 19, 2016, 11:40 am

    I have a dream of being a different person and nationality. In the dream I meet a dog that speaks and then turns into a human. It knew the place where I wanted to go and held my hand! The dog told his name which I now forget. Is that weird?

    • Craig Hamilton-Parker Jun 27, 2016, 11:13 am

      This dream may reference past lives and the belief that we progress from animal form into human. In India I have met people who say that the god Shiva will sometimes appear to them as a dog and the whole village will turn out to worship it. In one case my Indian friends said the dog spoke.

  • saumya Jan 3, 2015, 7:06 am

    I really dunno whether he is my soulmate or not…but I want to spend my life with him. I saw him with me, in my dreams, which showed us getting married. So can it happen?

  • Jennifer Pixley Dec 19, 2014, 6:07 am

    Question. If I remember many, of my dreams very vividly, there might be someone who is dreaming the same?
    This blows my mind … this means interconnected for sure. I would want nothing more than to meet my past life families… or maybe not .. not all dreams were fun… lessons .. to us all love

  • Jennifer Jul 7, 2014, 12:21 am

    What if in real life there are signs shouting at me that someone I know is my soul mate, but that person doesn’t believe it? What can I do?

  • Kayla Oct 23, 2013, 11:32 pm

    I started reading a book that has a soul mate-attracting program, complete with setting an Alive Line- a date that I want to start living my life with my soul mate- of Halloween 2013. A few days ago, I had a dream where I met a young Hispanic man in a plaid flannel shirt who stuck out his hand and shook mine and said, “Hello, I’m an Aspie “(An Aspie is a person with Asperger’s) and I had seen this man in my dreams before, one about getting married, and another about having a baby. This shocked me, because he said he was an Aspie, and I’m an Aspie. And in my list of traits I wanted in a soul mate, I had said that I wanted another Aspie or someone Aspie-like. Is this a sign?

    • Craig Hamilton-Parker Nov 8, 2013, 1:04 pm

      I would personally be a little suspect of any book or website that offered a ‘Soul Mate Attracting Program”. I feel that if a soul mate is to come into your life it will happen naturally. Trust your own judgement on this connection rather than see it as a sign – you may be looking too hard.

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