This blog post was inspired by my recent visit to Alligator Adventure located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. What a blast I had! Besides alligator dream meanings to assist you in your dream interpretation; there is a gallery of photos of alligators and video of alligators eating, snuggling, and being lazy.
Have you noticed that my blogs about dream interpretation and my methods of analyzing dreams tend to be done in an intuitive/metaphysical style? Hey, what can I say, I’m psychic! Which is why I thought my audience may enjoy Rachael of Pillow Picker’s blog about dreams that is backed up by science.
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Do you enjoy quotes? To me, quotes are little bits of wisdom that are meant to be shared, which is why I did a blog on 10 Dream Interpretation Quotes, another blog on Nightmare Quotes, and recently recorded a podcast on using Self-Love Quotes to Manifest Healthy Love.
Now, it’s time for dream interpretation quotes from the granddaddy of dream analysis – Carl Jung. To learn more about this famous dream interpreter, click on the Carl Jung Wikipedia page. Here are five quotes that are my favorite:
Do you know that interpreting a dream can be compared to putting together a puzzle? Sometimes, you’re lucky enough, in the beginning to have some of the jigsaw puzzle put together, while other times you don’t even have the border of the puzzle done.
Meow, did you have a dream about a cat or cats last night? For this blog post the cats I’m referring to are either domestic or feral cats. Big cats such as lion, tigers, or cougars can have different dream meanings. The following two paragraphs are taken from the chapter on “Dream Symbolism” in my book Learn the Secret Language of Dreams, which supports the theory that any dream symbol can have numerous meanings.
In my dream I was bending backwards in a camel pose while my feet were pointed up and I was easily able to touch my ankles. I lifted back up, put my feet flat, and again went into a bending backwards position. To my astonishment, I touched my ankles!
Filled with excitement I approached a twenty-six year old yoga teacher and blurted out, “I touched my ankle in camel pose.” She shrugged her shoulders in a “so what” manner. My response was, “Yes, but you’re young, I’m fifty-six years old. What an accomplishment!”
Read the interpretation and other possible meanings at Bellesprit.com
I’m overjoyed to have Dr. Steven Fox, author of Dreams: Guide To The Soul, 40 Ancient Secret Keys to Healing, Renewal, and Power on my blog today. Let’s start the interview.
Pamela: Thank you so much for being a guest on my blog, Dr. Fox. Could you please tell us when and why you began interpreting dreams?
What a thrill it was to be on the Unlocking Your Truth with Dr. Lesley Phillips! Where we discussed such questions as – Do you think knowing how to interpret dreams can be important in your waking life? Does learning how to interpret our dreams increase our intuition and/or psychic abilities? To discover these answers and much more, please visit https://drlesleyphillips.com/psychic-development/how-to-interpret-dreams/.