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.
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?
Lots of us wonder about our dreams. Here Pamela Cummins, author of “The Secret Language of Dreams,” (available on her site) explains how our pets can communicate to us when we’re sleeping… Everyone knows that I am a Crazy Cat Lady with two spoiled cats, Merlin and Rhiannon. One morning I was wondering why one […]
A big thank you to Katherien Lundin for her contribution of her third guest post. This time it’s about the mountain dream symbol Enjoy!
In dreamtime we all go to many places and some of these places can evoke a myriad of feelings that we may or not be feeling during present day waking moments.
What an honor to have Chariss K. Walker as a guest! She has written a ton of books on various topics. If you are thinking about writing a book or are an author this post will interest you. I found her dream so fascinating that led her to do an intense meditation, which inspired her to write the first book of the series. Read on to learn more…
A big thank you to my guest, Dromma, for the following infographic for sleep and dream symbols. Please click to read their blog post from where this infographic originated from. And don’t forget to check out their comfortable beds. For further help with interpreting your dreams, please visit dream interpretation services.
I am pleased that Katherien Lundin has written another guest blog. Her personal experience demonstrates how precognitive dreams are very symbolic, while illustrating how this dream helped to prepare her for an upcoming challenge. Also, her dream shows how one symbol’s meaning can be affected by other symbols in our dreams. Some people think that all they have to do is go to a dream dictionary to have the answers to their dreams meaning; however, it is so much more than that, as you will see in Katherien’s post “Dream Messages from My Teeth.”
My family has always had a strong belief in the power of dreams for upcoming omens and predictions for significant future events. Many dream interpretations and meanings have been passed from one generation to the next. Dreams do validate intuition and do open the pathways for communication with the other side.
I am very pleased to have my special guest, Katherien Lundin, on my blog today regarding the symbolism of spiders.
Creepy crawlers, arachnids, or spiders bring fear to many in waking life and can even cause accidents when someone is trying to avoid them. Spiders are eight legged carnivores that have homes all over the world. They have been on our planet for millions of years in fact the oldest known fossil spider is 380 million years old. These eight legged creepy crawlers are helpful because they keep your space free from other insects that can be considered as pests. Spiders help the whole planet in a similar way, preventing many destructive pests from becoming dominant. An arachnid’s web is made of silk that is among the strongest, most elastic of natural fibres. Albeit all of these amazing features we still hold fear about spiders in our waking and dream world.