Dream Interpretation: The People In Your Dream Represent Something. What?

symbols in dreams

In honor of Valentine’s Day tomorrow, let’s think about staying together. Divorce and breaking up isn’t always the best answer.  In your dream your boyfriend was awful. He yelled at you about nothing. You noted how veins were popping out on his forehead, spittle flying out of his mouth. Then, in the dream, he threw…

Should You Try To Wake Up To Record Each Of Your Dreams In Your Dream Journal?

The “messenger” sat in the chair slumped over, breathing heavily, exhausted. Though his face was obscured, the way he was dressed reminded one of the Roman god Mercury, the deity of messengers.  “Do you know how hard it was to get through to you?” the man said between heaving gasps of air.  I shrugged. I didn’t. I had no idea…

Dream Journaling: Take the Temperature of Your Life With Your Dream Journal

It’s a rough morning. You feel sick after a restless night. You’re coughing up phlegm. You feel dizzy and vaguely nauseous.   It’s time to go see your doctor, you decide. You call in sick to the office.   At the doctor’s office, one of the first things the staff is going to do is take your temperature. They’re also…

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…

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…