September 8, 2015 at 12:00 am
Are Dreams Worth Paying Attention To?
Dreams are a healthy part of our psychology. If a person is kept from dreaming, their personality will begin to change. A single night without dreaming will cause nervousness and irritability. If dreaming is prevented for a few days, definite psychological changes in behavior occur. Waking life depletes the brain’s supply of some very critical chemicals and during REM sleep (when we dream), these chemicals are replenished, which brings about emotional stability, increased memory and learning functions.
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To understand your feelings and yourself more deeply, pay attention to dreaming. Dreams are the keys to the doorways within. Dreams also serve as a world that is limitless, and they are a place of amusement where you can enjoy yourself. The healthiest people are said to be those who are happy, so why not enjoy dreaming! Record your dreams and have fun with them. Let them amuse you. Maybe even learn how to lucid dream, which means you are aware you are dreaming and can control your dreams. Dreaming can even put you in a good mood that lasts throughout the day, affecting psychological structure and leading toward all sorts of positive encounters.
April 13, 2014 at 12:00 am
Your Dreams: What Do They Mean?
Most of us associate symbolism with the visual arts, literature, religion, or social/political causes, but we actually encounter symbols everywhere. From the sign for a bus stop to the universal figures representing ladies’ and men’s restrooms, symbols have become a part of our day-to-day lives. So much so that semiotics (the study of signs or symbols and their uses and interpretations) is as widespread in fields as diverse as advertising and Tarot cards. But what do symbols in our dreams mean?
Our subconscious selves also speak to us in symbols while we sleep, and understanding some of the more common dream symbols, or themes, can help us interpret what our “observers on the sidelines” are trying to communicate to us. Sometimes these messages are nothing more than a worry that we are unaware is niggling away in a dark corner of our minds. At other times, our dreams bring us much needed awareness or information that we might not have noticed when our minds are busy with their daily work. And still other times, the messages embedded in our dreams are prophetic, alerting us to events yet to come.
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August 3, 2013 at 12:00 am
Psychic Dreamers and Their Incredible Insight
I am Reba, and I am a psychic dream clairvoyant. Words like “dream prophecy,” “remote dreamers” or “psychic dreamer” fill our psychic blogs these days because we no longer fear talking about supernatural experiences. Thank goodness for our 21st century technology because we can chat and talk about all kinds of psychic topics, and that in itself reduces fears. Today’s psychics with 10 years of doing readings will become the new teachers of tomorrow in the psychic world. Most psychic teachers started out by being the client getting readings. They loved their psychic experiences and had some of their own psychic dreams and then advanced to the next level of reading metaphysical books, seeking out classes on Tarot, astrology, numerology or maybe took the path of paranormal investigation, while some studied it all.
I want to share with you three dream stories that may help you learn more about your own dream experiences. I meet people in my dreams and within weeks I meet them in person in my awakened state. Because I have noticed a growing number of callers asking me about similar dream experiences I thought I would share my own experiences.
October 13, 2012 at 12:00 am
The Power of Your Dreams
Creativity and dreams are often messages from source, are written in our DNA, and reside in the soul and spiritual dimensions of humanity. Many artists and musicians, athletes and writers report feeling that the making of art, the playing of music, the athletic abilities and the writing of stories comes from energies moving through them. A friend of mine was painting a picture of a woman he had never met but later he wrote down his dreams and started to practice lucid dreaming in that state of light sleep. And this woman became a frequent visitor in his dreams. Later in his life he saw a woman in a coffee house that reminded him of his dream visitor—in fact he felt she was a doppelganger. The two grew quite close and ended up engaged and later married.
She felt from their very first conversation in the café that she knew this man though she could not quite place from when and where. She shared his interest in visual art and was an art therapist. One wonders how their meeting each other in their dreams may have been the catalyst that caused their paths to cross in waking life. Oddly, she had dreams since she was a teen of a painter painting a picture of her and her groom on their wedding day. Read More
September 28, 2012 at 12:00 am
Discover answers through lucid dreams. Make deeper contact with your subconscious. Learn the meaning of dream symbols and be patient.
Team Up With Your Subconscious!
“To sleep, perchance to dream.” No offense to the honored William Shakespeare, but let’s revise that to say “To sleep, perchance to spark great ideas, solve difficult problems, and find peace of mind.”
There are many amazing stories of those who’ve discovered answers through dreams. A famous example is the composition of “Kubla Khan,” which poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge said arrived to him in a dream. Einstein is said to have used lucid dreaming techniques that helped him discover the theory of relativity. And today, filmmaker James Cameron and author Stephen King use information from their dreams to create the stories that have gripped the popular imagination of millions.