For those of you who don’t know what a precognitive dream is, it’s when you have a dream about an upcoming future event. The actual dream rarely plays out the exact same way the incident occurs; often your dream will have weird symbolism and altered actions. In some precognitive dreams, you will experience a knowing this will take place. Other times, you won’t recognize that the dream was a prediction of future event until the situation unfolds.
Okay, I know I’ve already written two blogs and did a podcast on the limitations of dream dictionaries books and app. However, the following is for folks new to this blog or who need the reminder. To read this article, please visit my LinkedIn profile at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/truth-dream-dictionaries-pamela-cummins/
Every night, your dreams are sending you messages while you sleep. What are these messages about? They can be about: denied emotions, future events, visitations from your departed loved ones, and guidance. Many times your dreams are similar to a Guru’s advice on how to solve problems and life direction.
To subscribe or not to subscribe that is the question. As a society, we tend to enjoy subscriptions, whether that’s with books, movies, or music. It’s almost like being at a smorgasbord where you can pig out, but with entertainment. Have you ever been hooked on a series that’s on Netflix or a similar on-demand video streaming services, it is one A.M.in the morning on a weeknight, but say to yourself – just one more episode?
Many people love subscriptions for the savings and variety of choices. Who makes the most money from subscription plans? Big companies, for example: Netflix, Hulu, iTunes, and Amazon. These companies often take large cuts from authors, musicians, and others profits; however, some people who use these platforms to submit their works can earn mega amounts of income.
Let’s face it, subscription plans are here to stay as the majority of society is using one or more daily. Fortunately, it’s not mandatory where you have to put your creative works. For instance; I agonizes over words, sentences, and paragraphs for my nonfiction books. If I put these eBooks into the Kindle unlimited program (a division of KDP Select), I would be paid less than a half a cent for each page read! This fact, among numerous other reasons, is why my eBooks are available at other online stores and not exclusive to Amazon despite the so-called advantage of the Select program.
As I mention earlier, we do have a choice on where to put our works. Recently, I received an email from Vivek Puri of Tabletwise inviting me to put my dream interpretation course on his new subscription learning site. My intuition told me to check it out; therefore, I used his scheduler to set up the time to ask questions about his site. And boy, did I have questions! After speaking to Vivek, I knew this would be an ideal platform for my course.
Here’s the scoop, for just $4.99 a month – you will have access to a ton of online courses about health, personal development, and more! To view my online course, please click How to Interpret Your Dreams. If you prefer to own it forever and ever, it’s available at Teachable, where you will also receive coupons on services.
Ta-dah! After a few years, my free gift has been updated to include two more gifts!
We all got to go; hence, defecating will appear in our dreams. Even if it’s a natural part of life, there are some people who will feel uncomfortable about this post. However, dreams about poop are very common. The following quote from my book Learn the Secret Language of Dreams sums it up nicely:
There’s nothing worse than having a remarkable dream and forgetting most of it within minutes upon awakening! This is why you need to record them as soon as possible. Because I specialize in dream interpretation I often hear: I know I should write down my dreams, I don’t like writing, how do I journal my dreams, or why should I go through all that hassle?
All those above comments, questions, plus the tons of views I have received on my blogs about journaling your dreams, inspired me to write a fast how to eBook. Here’s the eBook’s blurb:
Have you ever told yourself upon awakening that you will remember the dream you just had, but forgot large chunks of it within minutes? This is why it’s imperative to record your dreams. Yet, what journal style would work best for you?
Expert dream interpreter, Pamela Cummins, has your answer and more. In Got Dreams? Discover Your Ideal Dream Journal, you will learn: nine different types of dream journals, the benefits of journaling your dreams, how dream interpretation will empower your life, and a glimpse into understanding your dream meanings.
You can easily download the free eBook on your smart phone or tablet at Apple Books (iBooks) or Google Play. It’s also available at Kobo and Barnes and Nobles. At Smashwords you can read it online or download the mobi file to your Kindle. If you live outside of the United States, please click here to find your eBook store.
Hopefully, this eBook will assist you finding your ideal dream journal, while motivating you to record them. Please let others know about this free eBook. Sweet dreams!
Birds have always fascinated humans, whether we are awake or dreaming because we wonder what it would be like if we could fly. Birds’ dream meanings can have thousands of interpretations depending on the species and the dreamer’s feelings and experiences with birds.
Did your dreams change as you age? In my blog and last podcast episode, I will mostly speak about dreams that we have during the daytime. Although, our dreams of the nighttime often point out our desires to achieve goals in life. You have a choice to continue reading or listen to the eleven minutes podcast on the player down below.
It’s time for three dream interpretation quotes that include my feedback to empathize why it’s so important to interpret your dreams, how your dreams show the truth of your reality, and the reason your dream language is so difficult to understand.