The idea to do a blog about dream meanings for boundary setting came from a recent post I did on LinkedIn. A connection commented how she never thought making boundaries would appear in a dream. However, our daytime actions may trigger nighttime dreams, while giving solution steps to take. Here’s the quote from my first book, Psychic Wisdom on Love and Relationships.
Since the warmer weather is approaching in the States, I felt it would be appropriate to write a blog about summer dream meanings to help readers with dream interpretation. For this post, I will look at the possible positive and negative dream meanings for summer. It’s important to remember that these are general meanings.
The idea to write a blog post on how to have sweet dreams was prompted by my own recent pleasant dream, which you can read towards the end. Wishes for sweet dreams occur every night around the world for billions of people. Why? To keep from having a nightmare.
Last Wednesday, I had the pleasure of being a guest on the Spiritual Alchemy Energy the Podcast with Julie. What I enjoyed about being a guest is that the host Julie Gunthrie-Smulson asked unusual questions! Plus, we talked a lot about past life dreams.
What an honor for me to do a review for the Journaling Power book by Mari L. McCarthy of CreateWriteNow.com. I meet Mari through a nonfiction authors’ group on Facebook and it was an instant connection. In fact, in 2020 I wrote the guest post “Journaling Dreams for Personal Growth” for her website. When I was asked to participate in the Wow! Women on Writing Tours for Mari’s book, I instantly knew it was the right fit.
During my research for this post on quotes for journaling dreams, I noticed that these were fitting for both your nighttime and daytime dreams. The first two are from my free eBook Got Dreams? Discover Your Ideal Dream Journal that is exclusively for recording your dreams of the nighttime. While the eight other quotes are fitting for all journal style: goals, diary, gratitude, travel, visions of the future…
Losing a loved one is very painful, which is why precognitive dreams for an upcoming death can help prepare you. In this post, you will learn how to tell if your death dream is truly predicting a death. Then I will use examples of my personal dreams to demonstrate how they warned me of my cat Merlin’s death.
But first I would like to point out that is common for people to have dreams of their deceased loved ones after they pass. This is why my blog posts in the category dreams of the deceased receive a ton of visits every day. I recently read that precognitive dreams for an upcoming death rarely happen. Which makes me shake my head as I had predicted death dreams for my mother and two cats, Midnite and Merlin. If I can have these dreams, I know others have them, too.
The idea of doing a blog on fart dream symbols and meanings was inspired by a dream I recently had. Which I will reveal and interpret later in this post. Passing gas in a dream can have many messages depending on the dreamer’s feelings, actions, and who is in the dream. Each dreamer has their own unique history and lessons that cause numerous possible meanings for their dream analysis.
What an honor it was to be a guest on the Divine Spark Ministries show with Rev. Jeremy Riden! This show was streamed live in front of an audience and we answered some of their questions. Jeremy and I also talked about interpreting dreams, spirituality, symbolism, and much more… Enjoy the show below.
A question I often hear is how to request a visitation dream from my departed mother, father, husband… Some clients wonder why other family members and/or close friends have received a visit, but they haven’t. Usually the reason is a person’s grief is so raw from a recent death or they never processed their pain from their loved one’s passing; therefore, they either block or can’t remember a visitation dream. If that is the case, allow yourself to grieve by: