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The Language of Symbols

The Language of Symbols in the World of Dreams: Your Connection to Psychic Development and Mediumship Have you ever learned a new language? If you have, you probably remember noticing that your vocabulary quickly builds to a few dozen words, then a few dozen more as you build your favorite way of c... Read More

30 Common Dream Symbols: Keeping It Simple

The list of dream symbols can literally seem infinite, constantly evolving and even contradictory. But here are a few that show up often in dreams. This is a short and simple list and the symbol meanings are somewhat simplified but it may support your dream interpretation efforts and your understand... Read More

Your Dreams: A Wise Friend Guiding You

Sometimes it makes it easier to think of something mysterious as a person or a personal energy. This idea was introduced to me by an old friend of mine, Wilda B. Tanner, who was a dream expert and author of the wonderful book, "The Mystical, Magical, Marvelous World of Dreams." Wilda was one of my c... Read More

The Power of Lucid Dreaming: "I Am Awake in My Dreams"

There's a lot of information being exchanged about Lucid Dreaming these days. We know more about them today that we did when I first started studying dreams nearly a quarter of a century ago. And we'll know more about them as time goes on, to be sure. That's how it is with dreams. We think we unders... Read More

Nightmares Are Often A Call To Action

Nightmares can sometimes be simply processing a scary movie or TV show you watched just before bedtime, and that's why I advise not watching TV before you fall asleep. Especially not watching loud, frightening, gory, torturous or emotionally upsetting movies before sleep. Who wants to waste precious... Read More

Getting Down to Interpretation and Symbols

So maybe you've been remembering your dreams and you have some dream descriptions or recordings in your dream journal now but you're not sure how to interpret them? Here's an easy way to get to the message quickly: First, ask yourself, "How did I feel when I woke up from my dream?" Our dreams ... Read More
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