Actors are frequently recognized as the embodiment of these archetypal energies or recurring character types who have starred in story after story throughout the human experience just as they have for millennia. If the person we watched on the screen resonates with something happening in our life, consciously or unconsciously, we might dream of them or their character.
About adminPassionate about dreamwork since her early teens, Bambi has been journaling and working with her own dreams for over 35 years. She was trained and certified by Dr. Stephen Aizenstat Ph.D. at Pacifica Graduate Institute in DreamTending. She has been a review editor for The Dream Network Magazine since 2005 and is a contributing author for the book, 101 Great Ways to Enhance your Career along with experts including Tory Johnson, Laura DeCarlo, Brian Tracy and others. Bambi is a member of The Association for the Study of Dreams and is currently writing a book on her own innovative method of dreamwork which will teach people how to integrate dreams into their daily life as a practice in awareness and consciousness. Bambi is also a Life Coach and completed her life coaching certification through The Quantum Success Coaching Academy’s Certification Program in 2008.
“As you perceive something, you give birth to a thought, and this thought now thinks. Now that it exists, now that it has been conjured, now that it has been focused, now it vibrates. Now,
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Have you ever had someone ask you if you knew what your life's purpose was and felt completely stumped? I certainly have, it just sounded so daunting and so big that all I could say
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