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  1. Divine revelations are extremely rare. I would even suggest that all the significant Divine revelations that have taken place up to the present day are described somewhere: either in the Holy Scriptures, in the lives of saints, or in the writings of church writers. To the average person, God is revealed more on a daily basis, so to speak, through the Holy Scriptures, through other people, through some cases that we call coincidences.

    You should not believe in dreams, the holy Fathers of the Church teach this. The author of the famous “Ladder”, St. John of the Ladder, writes in his creation::

    The demons of vanity are prophets in dreams; being shrewd, they infer the future from circumstances and proclaim it to us, so that when these visions are fulfilled, we may be surprised and, as if already close to giving insight, ascend to thought.

    The demons are repeatedly transformed into angels of light and martyrs, and present us in a dream as if we were coming to them; and when we awaken, they fill us with joy and exaltation.

  2. I had the same dream for 5 years.

    And it was not some kind of imaginative vision, but a feeling that later I was able to convey in images.

    But that's not the point.

    A revelation from God in a dream is repeated until we understand it.

    From the hustle and bustle there are many dreams. But a revelation from God is like a hammer breaking a stone!

    God is constantly speaking to us, but we rarely hear Him.

  3. Interpretation. There are no differences. It's the same thing. When a dream is pleasant, a person takes it in the morning with warmth and regrets that he woke up. When the dream is a nightmare, a person jumps up in a cold sweat.

    The difference in perception. It is very difficult to explain the inexplicable. It's much easier to believe that you don't need to explain.

    Therefore, it is easier to shift responsibility to someone else than to deal with the problem yourself.

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