Law of Attraction Not Working For You? Clues As To Why May Be In Your Dream Journal

Law of Attraction Not Working For You? Clues As To Why May Be In Your Dream Journal

Cherish your visions and dreams, as they are the children of your soul; the blueprints of your ultimate achievements. — Napoleon Hill.  This blog would never be one to throw stones at any of the works in the vein of the Power of Positive Thinking, the Law of Attraction, the Secret, or the Prayer of Jabez. This blog would never denounce any…

A Vision Board Can Remind You Of the Power of Your Dreams

A Vision Board Can Remind You Of the Power of Your Dreams

To amplify the effectiveness of keeping a dream journal, all you need is a simple corkboard. Hang the corkboard anywhere: your bedroom, your office. It doesn’t really matter. All that matters is that you can see it, look at it, think about it. Turn that plain corkboard into a vision board. Use it to remind…

In a Meeting All Night, In Meetings All Day. What Do Dull Dreams Mean?

In a Meeting All Night, In Meetings All Day. What Do Dull Dreams Mean?

Sometimes your subconscious practically hits you over the head when it’s trying to communicate. Dream interpretation can’t get any easier. If you consult a dream dictionary, you’re actually begging to misunderstand yourself. In the dream, I was sitting around a table with other people present. We were waiting for a meeting to begin.  There was…

Dream Analysis: Should Ann Faraday Be Called the “Fairy Godmother of Do-It-Yourself Dream Interpretation?”

Dream Analysis: Should Ann Faraday Be Called the “Fairy Godmother of Do-It-Yourself Dream Interpretation?”

While making the rounds of various TV and radio talk shows, with the release of Dream Power (1972) and subsequent release of The Dream Game (1975), psychologist Ann Faraday popularized both the activity of dream journaling and the idea dreams could be meaningful.  Her books sold over 500,000 copies, according to Harper & Row, her publisher. The Encyclopedia of…

One Dream That Changed Billions of Lives

One Dream That Changed Billions of Lives

For many Americans, the 1930s were a nightmare. Over 25 percent of the population found themselves without work. People were starving, suffering, and despondent. They called it the Great Depression. Memories and images of that severe economic downturn are still fresh thanks to photos and film and radio recordings. While the generation that personally experienced…

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