Search Results "dreams"
Yosef as King of Egypt
As Yosef was the second highest ranking person in Egypt, he had the resources to search for his father. Why did he not do that?
Vayeishev – Yosef’s Dreams
Close analysis of Yosef's dreams can provide us with a deeper insight into how they caused such a rift amongst the brothers
Vayeitzei - Yaakov’s Dream
In this week's Torah rap, Rabbi Kantor teaches us valuable lessons for life based on Yaakov Avinu's dream of the angels ascending the ladder to heaven
Dream about deceased
I saw a dream of my dead relative packing bags and saying let's go come on what does this mean is it good or bad??
Dreams - The Spiritual Realm of the Mundane
Among other messages, dreams convey that our mundane, daily lives can in fact be transformed and elevated to the spiritual realm
Most Isolated Houses on the Planet
Some people are looking for quiet and their dreams have led them to the most isolated places you can think of. Here is an interesting gallery of several houses that were built in isolated locations around the globe
Life after life - 5: The Appearance of the Dead in a Dream
The family members believe that Rabbi Segel, who had been very careful about the possessions and monies of others, had been granted permission by heaven to be revealed in a dream in order to take care of this small debt
Is There a Remedy for Fears and Bad Dreams?
Reciting the Shema is an important commandment that involves accepting the Kingdom of Heaven and the yoke of commandments. Reading these passages before bedtime is a remedy for calm and quality sleep
Dream about a fish
A community member asked me, the following: I dreamed about a big fish growing in my house. What does that mean?
Request to interpret a dream.
On Friday night, I dreamed a complicated dream that I would be very happy if you could interpret for me. In my dream, I felt a sensation of being in a deep sleep. I dreamed 4 dreams and in each one, I was in my bed trying to get up unsuccessfully, with the knowledge that I was dreaming. In every dream, I got up from bed and walked around the house, understanding that I am dreaming and trying to wake myself again and again. Then I went back to my room and went back to sleep hoping to get up. Again, I got up and looked for my sister in the house. I went to the bathroom, looked in the mirror, scanned the passage way, all with the knowledge that I was still dreaming. Finally, in the last dream I was in my bed calling my mother a few times, shouting, and eventually I went to her room telling her to wake me because I cannot get up. I felt like I would go into a deep sleep if I wouldn’t get up. When I came into her room it was so dark I couldn’t see her face. Then I stretched out my hand in hope that she’d do something to wake me. Then she hit me on the left hand and at the same time that she hit me on the right side I awoke with a boom at 4 in the afternoon in a state of shock.
How to Live Up to Your Dreams
Can I attain my dreams? Is there anything holding me back?
Meaning of Dreams
I received this question from a member of my community here in Argentina. I don't know what to answer this lengthy question. I would appreciate if you could advise me how to reply. -- Dvir Shalom, My father-in-law passed away this year on Rosh Chodesh Adar. Last Friday I had a dream about him. It was some time between six and seven in the morning. We didn't have a close connection; in fact we were not on speaking terms due to some marital problems we were having which have since been resolved, but we hadn't reconciled before his death. Afterwards, we did whatever we could l'ilui nishmato, for the sake of his soul in the next world. My dream was as follows: I am standing at the entrance to a school and I see my father-in-law on the inside of the wall sitting and listening very carefully to what I'm saying to a boy. The boy said something chutzpadik and I told him that we don't speak that way. Next I see myself entering a large room and my father-in-law is sitting at the head of the table as usual. On the right side of the table was another old table of theirs, oval and covered by a tablecloth. As I approached him, I saw that he looked good, if a little shorter than I remembered him, and and I rejoiced in seeing him looking so well. He was sitting calmly in a chair and he asked me to put a pile of letters into envelopes and to mail them for him to all different places. The envelopes were on the other side of the table. I looked at the clock in the dream and it was almost eight o'clock in the morning. We needed to go and do some errands but I said to myself that I could go another time. I looked at one of the letters that was alread in an envelope and it was addressed to the city hall. Suddenly I looked at all the letters; they were folded into quarters. I looked at one of them and I saw that it seemed to be addressed to a school. I opened it up and there was a drawing inside of a lit menorah. I think seven out of 8 were lit. Then my dream ended. What is the meaning of this dream? Thank you, Batya
Make your marriage succeed beyond your wildest dreams
I Saw My Dead Relative in a Dream- What Does it Mean?
Is it a good thing or not? I’d like to know
Dreamed About a Snake? What Does it Mean?
Is it a good sign or a bad one? Find out below
Shema at Bedside - Edot Hamizrach
Say Shema before going to sleep and sleep well with good dreams
Cancer Patient Dreams: "Check Your Tefillin"
After getting this dream 3 times he did and they weren't kosher.
Building a World of Kindness - Part 3 - Living your Dreams
Many times we see in life openings to accomplish our dreams, yet these opportunities cause us to bend our values. What important lesson can we learn here from Joseph? In an inspiring lecture, Rabbi Yedid stresses how crucial it is never to cut corners in order to live our dreams