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.
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What You Will Receive
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We will focus on increasing your dream recall abilities as it’s impossible to analyze what you can’t recall. Plus what method of recording keeping works best for you and tips on how to encourage you to routinely record your dreams.
Discover how to comprehend your unique symbolism, instead of searching for the generic symbols’ meaning in a dream dictionary that are based on a writer’s opinions. In addition, there will be daytime exercises to help strengthen your symbolism muscle.
It’s time to venture into the heart of dream interpretation! This is where you will learn a step by step of how to analyze a dream. Once you learn this process, you have tools to assist you for a lifetime.
If you’re wondering if analyzing your dreams are worth it, then check out these seven reasons:
- Dreams’ messages assist you to find the answer to who am I.
- Environment dreams alert you to what is happening around you while you’re sleeping to protect you from danger.
- Information in your dreams can assist you in healing ill health.
- Dreams reveal the truth of many situation in your life.
- Dreams give solutions to difficulties and problems in your life.
- Precognitive dreams give the gift of insight for upcoming future events.
- You will recognize whether or not it is an issue to overcome dream or truly was a visit from your departed loved one.
I’ve seen these and many more benefits from interpreting my clients and own dreams. In fact, your dreams of the nighttime are similar to a psychic reading that guide you along the path of life.
Ready to Take the Challenge?
21 days of Dream Interpretation
Who Your Teacher Is
Pamela Cummins has been on the self-growth and spirituality path since 1989. Because of her own amazing transformation, she loves to accelerate your personal and spiritual growth. Pamela does this by teaching you how to turn your dream’s nighttime messages into daytime wisdom and helping you to access your inner wisdom. How? With her dream interpretation services, spiritual growth coaching, and teaching classes and workshops. She is the author of six books and the self-improvement oracle deck, Purrs for Humans. Her columns, articles, and blogs are published in numerous magazines and publications.
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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.”
Trees, trees are everywhere and populate the majority of land on Earth. In fact, we humans would have trouble surviving without trees! Therefore, it’s not surprising why people wonder what the dream meanings of trees are. As with all dream symbols, there isn’t a set answer; however, in this blog, I will go over the generic tree symbolism, and two other factors to consider to assist you with interpreting your tree dreams.
Did you know that one dream can have more than one interpretation, just like a symbol? Which is why I’m using 3 interpretations for a work dream to showcase this point; however, there could be more possible interpretations, especially when you allow time to reveal even more. Sometimes when interpreting a client’s dream, I will receive a gut feeling for one main meaning. Although, often intuitively I know two or three different interpretations are accurate for a client’s in-depth email dream interpretation.
Sheila feels alarmed upon awaking from a dream that she’s pregnant! Does this mean that Sheila is going to have a baby? Not necessarily, as pregnancy dream meanings have many possible interpretations depending on the dreamer’s feelings, life experience, and present/future circumstances. Dreaming of being pregnant can even happen to men, whether it’s them or their partner.
What does it mean if you’re having a dream about drinking alcohol? Does using drugs in a dream mean that you have an addiction? Dream symbols are unique to each dreamer depending on their past/present experiences and problems. Therefore, drinking and drugging dreams can have hundreds of meanings. For example, a teetotaler dream will have a completely different message than someone who drinks and uses drugs daily.
Since I’m in the process of creating an oracle deck for dream interpretation, I’ve been checking out different oracle and tarot decks. I came across an article on Cosmopolitan about best tarot decks, where the columnist states to cancel your tarot deck reading and do it yourself. Hmm, I thought, this could also apply to DIY dream interpretation. However, there’s truth and untruth to DIY; hence, the reason I wrote this blog post.
Someone asked the following questions about dream messages in a Facebook group that I belong to. Since other people could be pondering the same questions, I decided to do a blog post of this person’s inquires and my answer.
The following blog post, My Dad’s Dream is from Julie Saillant, who had me as a guest on her podcast. During the interview the subject of dreams of the deceased popped up and Julie mentioned her father’s experience with dreaming regarding his wife. What a fascinating story! And I’m very grateful that she shared it with us as some of you may relate to it. Here’s Julie’s narrative: