It’s been on my list to write a blog about spiritual chapter dreams, which is a subcategory within the spiritual dreams category. Recently, I interpreted a dream for a client that was a perfect example for spiritual chapter dreams! She was kind enough to allow me to use her dream for this blog in the hopes that it may help someone.
In case, you have no idea of what I mean by spiritual dreams, here’s a section from my book Learn the Secret Language of Dreams for a clearer definition:
Did you know that there are 3 types of deceased dreams? Yes, there are subcategories within the category of dreams of the deceased. This is such a fascinating topic, which is why clients are always asking me about whether or not their departed loved ones visited them in their dreams. And the reason my blogs on deceased dreams get the most reads.
Since the recent event that I did on this subject was such a success, I decided to record a small section of it. If you need further assistance afterwards, please visit my dream interpretation service page.
Many people find dream interpretation fascinating; however, dreams of the deceased are what my clients and readers of my blog are most intrigued about. It’s amazing the amount of people who visit daily to read my three blogs – Dreams of a Deceased Father, Dreams of a Deceased Mother, and Dreaming of a Deceased Pets. Which is why I decided to do a free virtual event during this time when many of us have to stay indoors. This event is over; however, you can watch a portion of it when you click 3 Types of Deceased Dreams.
A potential client wanted to know how an interpretation is factual, once I showed him this, then he would allow me to apply it to his dream. My response was, “I can’t scientifically prove it, yet my clients will know when a dream interpretation is accurate.” Are you curious how to know when an analysis is right? Then keep reading…
In honor of Read an eBook week Sale at Smashwords, all my eBooks are on sale from March 1st to March 7, 2020. This is their eleventh annual sale, which is a good way to test out the authors and receive deals on the Smashword platform. My eBooks are 50%, 75%, and 100 percent off! You can download and read these books on your phone, tablet, or computer.
Anyone who knows me is aware of how much I love to read, especially fiction. When searching for yet another eBook to read on Smashwords, I discovered Mary Marinan, writing as M. Marinan there. Her series Across Time & Space seemed interesting; therefore, I decided to download the first eBook The Eternity Stone (that is free) and give it a try. After a few chapters, I knew that Mary was a very gifted writer, so I stopped reading and purchased the entire series. Upon finishing the series, I then bought every eBook she ever wrote; yes, her books are that awesome!
What a blast I had with Jordan Gross sharing how my dream inspired a cloud nine moment! We also spoke about other cloud nine moments, whether it’s with food, feelings, or events. Plus activities that help cultivate these moments, while enhancing our personal growth. To listen to just my precognitive dream that occurred before my mother crossed to the other side, please visit Jordan’s article on LinkedIn.
We humans do love our quotes! Which is why I decided to do a blog using Sigmund Freud’s quotes on dream interpretation. Freud lived from 1856 to 1939, he founded psychoanalysis, and interpreting dreams were a sizable amount of his life’s work.
Are your dreams baffling?
Would you like to understand what your dreams mean?
Do you want to be able to remember your dreams, yet only recall glimpses?
Perhaps, you find the process of journaling your dreams overwhelming?
Then this 21 day challenge is for you! That begins on February 9, 2020.
So many people state resolutions on New Year’s Eve that seem to dissolve within the first month. This is why it’s important to create goals instead. Are you ready to work on dream interpretation goals for 2020? If you’re not sure if you should bother analyzing your dreams, then check out the blog post “12 Benefits of Dream Interpretation.”