Agree to Disagree – Leon Nacson

What a boring world it would be if we all agreed with each other. The tension created when opposite views clash actually makes life interesting. Are you endeavouring to create more spice in your life by openly disagreeing with another person?

Who is disagreeing with whom in your dream? If you were in disagreement with someone in your dream, was it a way in which to resolve conflict that you have with this person in your waking life? A way to let off steam? How you felt when you woke up will help you to determine whether it was, ie. a lightness of heart is a good indicator.

How you felt when you woke up will help you to determine whether it was, ie. a lightness of heart is a good indicator.

To dream that you are in disagreement may also suggest that you are standing up for yourself, and refuse to let someone else tell you the way things are.

If it’s two strangers disagreeing in your dream, how do you respond? How you respond is a good indicator of how you deal with conflict in your waking life, or how you are dealing with a particular conflict that is facing you at the moment.

Perhaps you feel discomfort or distress. Whatever you ate before you went to bed is disagreeing with you. Rather than wake up, you dream of a disagreement because you are experiencing indigestion. What’s interesting is that the scenario that occurs because of your inability to digest is actually something you can’t stomach at the moment. For example, if you see someone being cruel to an animal or chopping a tree down, or changing lanes without an indicator, it’s something that is really disagreeable to you.

At some point in our lives we must stand up and be counted for what we believe in. If this is the case in your dream, then disagreeing can mean you are on the best team of all – your own!

See Leon as he introduces seven of our bestselling authors, including Louise L. Hay, at I CAN DO IT! 2011 in Sydney and Melbourne. Visit hayhouse.com.au for more details.

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