Saturday, November 13, 2010

Dreams

I had an interesting dream last night.  I was in a HUGE church.  It must have been St. Peters because it was full of Cardinals, all dressed in red.  They were standing in a circle celebrating mass.   The altar was in the center.  Each of them had their own chalice and they raised the cups during the Consecration in unison.  As they were holding them in the air, a small white Host rose from the cups and hovered over them.  Then, at different times, the white Hosts turned a dark red and began to pulsate!   I was speechless.  I began to tingle all over and I realized that I was witnessing a miracle.  There were other people around me except they could not see what I was seeing!  I kept saying, "Don't you see what's happening?" but I got no response from the people around me.  Then, it was over and I woke up.

I've been thinking about it all day, replaying it in my mind and trying to figure out what it means.  I used to have a book about dreams that gave quick explanations about what certain things meant.  For instance, I read that when you dream about weather, it usually means "change".  I used to dream a lot about tornadoes.  I still do sometimes.  They aren't recurring dreams, just different scenarios around the same topic...tornadoes.

I find it interesting that in my dream last night, I was the only one who could see this miracle as it was happening.  There must be some significance to that.  But, whatever the dream meant, I enjoyed dreaming it and I plan to pay special attention at mass tomorrow during the Consecration!

8 comments:

Mary333 said...

THAT is an awesome dream, Nancy!

Colleen said...

A beautful dream. Thanks for sharing it!

Frizzy and Bird said...

Hmmmmm...Sounds pretty awe inspiring. Can't wait to find out what miracle you witness.

Abbey said...

That's pretty amazing, Nancy! I dream vividly and I am always searching on the net for the meaning. I cannot accept the philosophy that dreams are "your brain just dumping garbage." I don't believe that. I'm going to research your dream ... it has to be a very comforting dream, to say the least.

Abbey

Sarah Oldham said...

Behold, I am with you even to the end of the age . . . JESUS.
I think it's His way of saying, IT IS ME! Come to the Table, daughter.

I don't know, but it is definitely comforting.

scmom (Barbara) said...

A frustration dream probably -- that you see the truth and others do not. I think the fact that you dreamt about the True Presence rather than some other aspect of the Mass is key. It is one of the most important beliefs that separates us from other faiths.

Country Chook said...

What a beautiful blessing to have such a profound dream! Those who have eyes to see - see! blessings..Trish

Owner of Homeschool Faith and Family Life Website said...

WO!
I mean, just....WO, WO, WO!
WHAT a dream! WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!