Don’t pay any attention to dreams!
… A former hegumen named Neophytos, a Docheiaritan, was in the year 1880 in his cell of the Archangels at Small St. Anne’s. It seems that he had a dream in which he had venerated and kissed the toe of the great St. Basil. This dream was enough to create pride and arrogance in his soul, since he figured that he must be seeing and venerating saints. He constantly thought about this dream with the result that his prayer time and his daily rule suffered.
A long time passed and the Almighty God illumined him to visit the well-known confessor Father Gregorios, an ascetic who lived in total poverty in a little hut farther away in the same skete. He said, “My brother, you have venerated a big devil and not Basil the Great. I beg you from now on not to pay any attention to dreams, which the conniving devil uses to deceive people.”
-From an Athonite Gerontikon