“Work in the invisible world at least as hard as you do in the visible.” ~Rumi Whether you are in alignment with life and going with its flow, or out of alignment and paddling against
In all the years I have been working with my own dreams and the dreams of others, I know that dreams are truly here to help us, to provide guidance, insight and information. They come
One of the many ways to work with dreams is to pay attention to your dream settings, meaning the places you find yourself in during the dream itself. Settings can give you important clues when
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.
Choosing a dream journal that we enjoy looking at and writing in, we are also setting an intention to remember our dreams by showing our unconscious mind that our dreams are important to us.
Whenever a person commits to their dream life and begins to work with their night time dreams, something else begins to happen. We become much more in tune with ourselves because dreams create a self reflective mindset by nature.
It’s interesting to realize that we spend approximately 6-8 hours of our daily life sleeping. When you add that up over a lifetime, that’s almost 1/3 of our lives! Along with all the benefits that
All relationships take time to develop, there’s no doubt about it. They require care, focus, dialog, patience, and an open mind. Often, we have to teach ourselves how to hear with a more sensitive ear,