Are you noticing an increase in your dreams? Do you find yourself restless and at unease?
Do you feel fearful or inspired by your dreamstate?
What sits within your subconscious as your body enters into slumber?
Can you recall your dreams?
Have you dreams of a loved one in spirit?
Are you having trouble trying to get to sleep?
Have you no recollection of any dream? – ever?
Sigmund Freud emphasized the importance of the unconscious mind, and a primary assumption of Freudian theory is that the unconscious mind governs behavior to a greater degree than people suspect. Indeed, the goal of psychoanalysis is to make the unconscious conscious.
When I was a child, I would see clearly in my dreams people, animals, colours, scenes and then awake, feeling like I had been visiting another world.
As an adult, I often have dreams. In fact, being psychic, there are often messages within my dreams, so I take my dreams very seriously. Laughter, travel, and spiritual awareness throughout my lifetime have kept my dreams vibrant, vivid and quite acutely relevant to my everyday life. In fact, I would go as far as to say it is quite like watching a movie at a cinema and I can awake and recall every tiny little detail about the location, who and where, and what was said even. Other times, I just sleep. Deep sleep. No dreams, no recollections.
Have you ever been in a deep, deep sleep and then felt your body jump? as your awareness brings you out of sleepstate abruptly and nonplussed as to why your body feels ‘paralyzed’ unable to move?
It is quite common with everyone at various stages of their lives.
Do you know that I love to hear of people’s dreams….. I love to help them better understand the symbology of each occurrence of vivid dream.
Oh my gosh, have you ever dreamed a dream which turned out to be a premonition?
I have, often. Once such dream, whilst I was relaxed in a therapy suite in China. A young therapist called Angel (yes, that really was her name) was massaging my body with oils, and soft subdued lighting in varying tones of blue, jade, green, orange, yellow and red were bathing my body with infusions of flower essences diffusing in a difffuser beneath my therapy bed. As I drifted off deeply during the massage, I could see myself outdoors in the sunshine, surrounded by a gazebo covered in foliage and white roses, I was seeing myself in a wedding dresss, ornate and cream, and my husband, holding hands as we stood and music played with guests smiling and sharing our happiness as we enjoyed our wedding ceremony. I could hear Italian opera music playing and felt really quite emotional. I was single at the time of my first visit to China and Hong Kong, visiting my son and his girlfriend.
Four years later, and a total turn of events, when I married and had photographs taken within the gardens of a medieval English garden, with gazebo and white roses growing upwards, in an ornate wedding dress, and my husband in a cream linen suit, whilst Italian opera music played. Ironic really, as our third date, was to see Madame Butterfly at the Royal Albert Hall, London and we visited Verona to see Aida, in the open arena, before travel to Venice and the Italian Lakes.
I love the way our dreams speak to us about our every day lives. Dreams are doorways into our subconscious.
The symbology and significance of them really can help you in your understanding of yourself and the dilema you may have faced, or have to face, during waking state, in your life.
Let your dreams help you in making the very best you can of your everyday. Listen closely to your dreams. Keep a journal and pen by your bedside and jot down as you awake anything and everything you can recall. Date the page, and see if you can decipher the meaning of your dreams. If you would like to share your dream experiences, email me to:
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I will be delighted to give you my brief interpretation of your dreams for you, but I also stress that is best that you yourself attune to the meanings of your dreams, and why you must explore the symbology of your subconscious to understand yourself and what your subconscious mind is bringing to the forefront of your conscious mind.
Psycho-analysis and Psychology are vast subjects!