Sunday, November 9, 2014

What does dreams of nakedness mean

If you are having dreams where you see yourself naked or looking frantically for clothes to cover
yourself, then your dream is symbolically indicating to you the dreamer that shame and embarrassment is pending for you in the realm of the spirit.

Like I have mentioned in so many of my teachings, your dreams are spiritual monitors revealing to you the dreamer, things that are pending from the spiritual realm or revealing the spiritual root of what is currently taking place in your life. The bottom line is simply this. Your dreams are giving you a heads up of what is being hidden naturally.

Nevertheless, your response to your dreams will determine the outcome of the dream. For example if you dreamt you saw yourself naked in your dream and you decided not to pray against it or cancel the dream, then by default the dream would manifest itself in your natural life and you will experience some type of embarrassment and shame.

If you are having dreams where you find yourself naked in a dream, then you must analyze your life and especially the people in your life that could pose shame or embarrassment and do something about it immediately. When I use the term, do something about it" I am speaking about intense prayer, rebuking and cancelling of the dream.

In extreme cases of nakedness in a dream such as you seeing yourself naked but you're being chased or attack by animals or being a part of a group of complete strangers and you and these strangers are completely naked then I strongly suggest you go on a fast immediately for no less than 12 hours, 6 am to 6 pm praying specifically against the spirits of disgrace, shame and embarrassment..

I can not reiterate this enough, scripture did not say that we perish or fail because we are liars, fornicators, murderers or whatever else we know to be sin. Instead it is such spiritual knowledge that I have carefully articulated above that the average person either lacks or dismiss that become the prerequisite to their own demise, Hosea 4:6 and Isaiah 5:13.

Written By: Kevin L A Ewing