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“It is certainly true that there are dreams which embody suppressed wishes and fears, but what is there which the dream cannot, on occasion, embody? Dreams may give expression to ineluctable truths, to philosophical pronouncement, illusions, wild fantasies, memories, plans, anticipations, irrational experiences, even telepathic visions, and heaven knows what besides. - C.G. Jung

In the west which has become too materialistic and is so much “scientism” obsessed and so epicurean , one does come across some people who understand the meaning of divine dreams. But I have not across a single individual in the west who explained the process of divine happenings in a coherent and logical
way. What they do at best is to fall back on a quotation like the one quoted above from C.G.Jung.

Freud and his followers have almost blocked investigation into this phenomena
because libido, sex etc. take precedence over the divine phenomena in most of the researches of the west.

For many years I used to have telepathic dreams. I will not narrate all except which are connected to my transfers during my service career.

Here I am not referring to those telepathic dreams which give a warning of a
future event which takes places days or weeks later. Such dream symbolism is easy to interpret by the individual concerned. Such dreams may not may not be related to a pilgrimage. I am referring to pilgrimage linked dreams of which I have known  and  heard many instances. It is the element of divinity in such dreams that becomes prominent and here it gets associated with some pilgrimage and
the god of that pilgrimage. Even if that is not pilgrimage it still is a divine message in some form or the other. During my service career I had many such
experiences myself.

1) I dreamt that in a new place I was visiting a temple inside a fort where Lord
Krishna’s  idol was installed. I  got a transfer order to Jaipur where I saw Govindji temple.

2) Then I saw myself sitting in a Shiva temple near a tank. In Nagpur near a
tank I saw that temple which I had seen in my dream.

3) Then came Lord Dattatreya in my dream and I was transferred to Bombay where in Dadar there is beautiful Dattatreya temple which I visited many times a week.

4) Then I saw Lord Hanuman once and saw myself sitting in the company of a
saint and reciting the Tulsikrit Ram Charit Manas and I reached Rajkot and met
Prabhudas Baba in his Hanuman temple where I recited the Ramacharit Manas for one year almost every evening.

5) Once before going to Vrindavan I had a dream of Lord Jagannath warning me that two women in our group would have trouble in the parikarma of Govardhan. Two women both of whom had some surgical operation and never told us did give us some trouble.

Back to Delhi, I got transferred to Bhubaneshwar, Orissa and I visited Puri every
month to inspect a branch office under me and visited the temple of Lord Jagannath so many times.

When any psychologist dismisses such dreams glibly by   giving some western explanation, I  dismiss him and his interpretation contemptuously. I know the meaning far better because of what happened to me after these dreams but I will not disclose those details.

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