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/.
In my June 2018 column for Bellesprit Magazine, I answered a reader’s question on why she dreamed about having sex with her dead ex-husband. Also included in this article are seven general reasons why we dream about sexual acts with our ex-partners. Here’s the reader’s dream:
I had two dreams of my ex-husband who passed away recently. In both dreams we’re having sex, but I cannot see his face.
To read more, please click In the Dreamtime
Dreaming about being nude in a dream is very common, especially in public. The number one interpretation of being naked is vulnerability, which is logical since in everyday life we wear clothing to protect ourselves from being exposed to harm. Here are five other interpretations:
My Father and I often send one another articles of interest, and the most recent article he sent me was about how vitamin B6 assists people to remember their dreams. Hmm, interesting, I thought as wonder if this could actually work?
Do you wonder why your emotions are so intense during a dream? Is what you’re feeling real or an illusion? Or are these repressed emotions that you refused to deal with during the day?
Are you baffled by a dream’s meaning? Do you enjoy practicing yoga? Combined them both in a unique way to do dream interpretation. Please do this method at home.
Here’s how to do a yoga interpreting dream session:
Are you wondering why I would do a blog on nightmare quotes? Perhaps you would prefer that nightmares didn’t exist? They occur to alert us to what we are repressing or fearful of; to learn more about why we have bad dreams, please read the blog Nightmares are a Gift. Below you will find twelve quotes including two from my book Learn the Secret Language of Dreams.
Dreaming of a deceased loved one is quite common; however, it can cause confusion on whether it was an actual visitation or just a dream. There was a time when I thought it was usually one or the other, until I experienced an intense dream that was a combination of both. You can read about my encounter in the blog Messages of Love from the Departed.
A client granted me permission to use her recent dream for publication, although to keep the photo of her father private. Just a little background before going into the dream and interpretation; her dad has been deceased for a few decades, while her mother passed a few years ago.
Let’s face it dream interpretation can be difficult at times, especially for beginners. Even seasoned dream interpreters, myself included, may find a dream baffling. When you add in your denial about how you’re feeling or a situation in your life, then it’s impossible for you to understand your true dream meanings.
This is where meditation could help, for you have more waking awareness during meditation than when you’re dreaming. You decide which of the two meditation style to use, whether you choose to keep your mind blank or use visualization. Let’s investigate these two styles.
Many people desire to know what their dreams mean, while a few others think dreams are total nonsense. Yet, did you ever contemplate why we do dream? The following sentences are from the blurb for my book Learn the Secret Language of Dreams delivers a clear meaning why we dream: