The Lord bless thee, and keep thee:
The Lord make his face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee:
The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace.
Master of the universe! I am Yours and my dreams are Yours. I have dreamed a dream and I do not know what it is. May it be Your will, G_d my G_d and G-d of my fathers, that all my dreams concerning myself and concerning anyone of Israel, will be for good; whether dreams that I dreamed about others, or whether I dreamed about myself, or whether others dreamed about me. If they are good [dreams], strengthen and reinforce them, and may they be fulfilled in me and in them, like the dreams of Yosef [Joseph] the righteous. But if they require healing, heal them like Chizkiyahu King of Yehudah [Judah] from his illness, like Miriam the prophetess from her leprosy, like Naaman from his leprosy, like the waters of Marah by Moshe [Moses] and like the waters of Yericho [Jericho] by Elisha. As You have changed the curse of the wicked Bilaam from a curse to a blessing, so will You change all my dreams concerning myself and concerning all Israel to good; and guard me, be gracious to me, and favor me.
The digits of the hand may be divided into 28 sections, 14 for each hand. The letter yod may also be spelled Yod Dalet which has a gematria of 14 and when spelled in full, the word yod means 'hand'. 28 is denoted in Hebrew by a letter Kaph, which has a numerical value of 20 and a letter Chet, which has a value of 8. Together Kaph and Chet spell Koach, which means strength or power. this in turn has a correspondence with the 28 letters of the sacred Alephbet, and the days of the moon. Considering there are 22 regular letters, 5 final letters, and the four-flamed Shin of the Phylacteries although these are not depicted in the Priestly Blessing diagram..
Each section of a digit is allotted a letter from the Holy language. These are the formative letters for the Ineffable Name when spelled in full on the fingers of the hands. For example:
Aleph is spelled in full, as are Yod, Dalet, Vav, and Heh. From the Aleph is derived Yod because in the shapes of letters as formative pieces of Divine Mind-Substance, one version of Aleph is formed from the letters of the word Yod. A Yod above a diagonal Vav, and an inverted Dalet below the Vav forms the word Yod...
So, we find that the total letters of each digit provide the "Miluim" or 'spellings' of the five letters noted above. These letter-shapes can be used to construct the Ineffable Name which is depicted at the bottom of the Priest's hands when held together in the gesture for the Priestly blessing.
The Sitra Achara or "Other Side" are of the nature of "Tohu" or 'confoundedness". they take the holy letters of pure and G_dly thoughts and turn them around while we are sleeping. they whisper in our ears and recite hurtful things that anger us towards others, that inflict damage on our sense of self-esteem. Thus it is written 'a whisperer has no friends'.
During the Holidays, when the Priestly blessing is given, the congregation's response is related to the genre of Shaalat Chalom or "Dream Request". A request that Holiness rearranges the message of the confounded reality into the right words, the speech of Divine Blessing.
May your words be written aright! For through these words we form a magnificent Angel, a Celestial instructor. it can be true and manifest G_dliness to you or false and crooked as the words that formed it.
May the letters of your dreams be set aright by the Divine Decree!