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.
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.
What an honor it was being a guest on Dyan Garris’ radio show, who is a gifted musician, author, voice recognition psychic, and more. To learn more about her, please visit https://www.dyangarris.com/
Here’s a brief synopsis of the show – discover how dream interpretation assists your growth to move you forward on your self-growth and spiritual path. How learning the secret language of dreams will help you discover who you truly are in the past, present, and future.
Here’s your invitation for a new Facebook group to assist you to grow to your highest potential! What does this have to do with dream interpretation? Your messages of the nighttime are there to guide you on your path in life, whether that’s with personal issues, love life, career, or whatever else you need to learn. Discover more about this by reading Expand Your Personal Growth with Dream Interpretation.
This blog post isn’t on the exact topic of dream interpretation, but on that weird state when you’re not awake, yet not asleep either. Back in the early nineties when I was studying hypnotherapy, my instructor mentioned how similar the feeling of being in-between sleeping and awakening is to the hypnotic state. In both cases you’re aware of your surroundings, are in a state of mind that is easier to accept suggestions; nonetheless, you clearly know what your values are and have the capacity to say no to anything harmful or bad behavior.
In this podcast you will learn about post-traumatic stress disorder dreams. What types of traumas are associated with PTSD dreams, the reasons why people dream about these events, and triggers that can bring up repressed memories.
If you’re a cat lover, these cards are purrfect for you! These thirty-nine cards are filled with feline wisdom, from the great cat sages – Merlin and Rhiannon. Here are three card examples to help humans in their day to day living:
My adventure to bring about my podcast can be summed up by the title of one of the Grateful Dead’s albums – What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been. Along this journey I: researched whether or not to self-host on my own website, different podcast hosting sites, and reviews of podcast hosts, became confused by varying opinions, recorded and edited podcasts. This non-techie chose Podbean services and went through the setup process.
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I’m thrilled to announce my third website https://www.pamelacummins.com/! This website is dedicated to your personal and spiritual growth. Are you wondering what that has to do with dream interpretation? Our dreams send us messages to assist our evolution during our lifetime, to learn more about this subject, please read Expand Your Personal Growth with Dream Interpretation.
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.