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Dream Secrets – The Power of Dream Translation

August 20, 2012 on 3:32 pm | In Interpreting Dreams | No Comments

Guest Post by Christina Sponias

In a world where everyone wants to transform you into an idiot that doesn’t think before acting, into a constant consumer who doesn’t criticize what he or she is buying, into a follower without personal opinion, and into a marionette that they can easily manipulate, only the scientific method of dream interpretation can give you real freedom, power and wisdom.

I teach you all dream secrets, transforming you into a professional dream translator like me, and opening your mind completely, beyond the limitations of the civilization where you are.

The vision I have about the world and the whole of humanity cannot be compared with the limited vision of the scientific world of our time. And you can have exactly the same superior vision, and immediately learn everything that I discovered and attained after 19 years of research, impossible cures, predictions, miraculous solutions, dangerous adventures, and a lot more.

You can do all this just by following my method of dream interpretation, derived from the method of Carl Jung, who discovered the code for the most accurate dream translation, which represents the real meaning given by the unconscious mind to the dream.

The dream author is the wise unconscious mind, and a true interpretation depends on the comprehension of the author’s intention, in any document. Since the dream images transmit messages to the dreamer, they are a form of expression: they form a symbolic language, based on images instead of words. Continue reading Dream Secrets – The Power of Dream Translation…

Dream Sight: A Dictionary and Guide for Interpreting Any Dream

August 19, 2012 on 9:35 pm | In Dream Images, Dream Symbols, Interpreting Dreams | 1 Comment
Dream Sight: a Dictionary and Guide to Interpreting Any Dream

Dream Sight

Most dream dictionaries contain brief, overly generic meanings of the universal symbols that appear in our dreams. Dream Sight is different. With in-depth, classic meanings and an empowering technique for personalized interpretation, Dream Sight is the most complete and balanced guide to understanding your dreams.

Based on twenty years of experience, psychologist and renowned dream expert Dr. Michael Lennox presents his easy and practical three-step approach. Begin by reading the universal symbols in your dreams, then consider the context, and finally pinpoint your unique personal associations.

This method leads to deeper, more profound interpretations that will unlock the mysteries of your unconscious mind. You’ll also get insight into common types of dreams—recurring, precognitive, nightmares, and more—plus advice for remembering your dreams and looking at them objectively.

Combining warmth and a touch of irreverence, Dream Sight is both a unique teaching tool and a fun reference guide that gives you everything you need to understand your dreams and your innermost self.

Features an alphabetized list of over 300 dream symbols and images with classic meanings

Praise:

“Dr. Lennox is a brilliant alchemist with wisdom, vision, and skill. He masterfully directs his clients to the world within to gain access to their power and redirect their lives with precision.”—Dr. Alex Charish, creator of the fitness program Exercise for Real People™

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Discovering Yourself Through Dreams Interpretation

August 17, 2012 on 9:42 am | In Interpreting Dreams | No Comments

Dream Interpretation

Guest Post by Jill Magso

Every child tries to translate his dreams and find the actual things in the real life. You may substantiate that this can be the only way that really deciphers the particular hidden meaning in the dream photos and times.

Your conscious thoughts produce your personal dreams and give dreams interpretation techniques to solve your problems in the dream marketing communications. As an individual follow the particular unconscious help, you learn how to overcome your personal depression in addition to worse mental illnesses. An individual acquires furthermore physical well being. You have numerous advantages because you are constantly enlightened having superior ideas.

When you start taking part in dream remedy, you see by yourself that a particular scientific technique works. It’s not just a theoretical method like all the false dreams interpretation techniques you find everywhere. The scientific methods of dreams interpretation are similar to the professional translations from one language to another with the difference that individuals translate photos into key phrases.

Now that we continue to Carl Jung’s research in which the unknown region in the human thoughts of achieving goals gets apparent. I discovered the existence in the anti-conscience, the insane side in our conscience which Jung could not see. The anti-conscience keeps trying to destroy the actual humanity by provoking mental illnesses to the human in their conscience. All goals safeguard our individual sensibility in the absurdity in our primitive element. Continue reading Discovering Yourself Through Dreams Interpretation…

Dream Journal – Believe in Magic

August 16, 2012 on 9:32 pm | In Dream Journals | No Comments

Your dream journal can be anything you want. Besides writing verbal accounts of your dreams, or notes so you will remember the details later, you can write your own interpretations of your dreams. Some people leave the facing page blank for the interpretation and/or for an update if the dream comes true.

You may also want to express the emotions of your dreams with visual elements: color, photos, magazine clippings, glitter, or whatever you care to  glue into your sketchbook.

Some people even make their dream diary on loose, dated pages they keep in a box or folder. It is entirely up to you!

dream journal March 2011

General Dream Interpretation

August 15, 2012 on 6:13 pm | In Interpreting Dreams | 1 Comment
English: Hand-colored photograph of Carl Jung ...

Carl Jung, 1911

By following dream therapy you’ll transform your personality.This means that the meaning of your next dreams will be positive because they won’t reflect your mistakes, but your consciousness.

I was blessed with the opportunity to find peace and sound mental health through dream translation when I was neurotic. My neurosis would surely become schizophrenia because I had inherited too much absurdity in the wild side of my conscience. I had many warnings in my dreams, and in my own literary works.

When I learned how to interpret the meaning of dreams according to Carl Jung’s method of dream interpretation I discovered many dream symbols in the literary book I wrote after suffering from a car accident. By translating the symbolic meaning of this book, entitled “The Philanthropic Beggar”, I understood that I could easily become schizophrenic like my father. Continue reading General Dream Interpretation…

Lucid dreaming / Lucid dreams / Lucid dream in the sky and the clouds

August 15, 2012 on 4:33 am | In Dream Types | 1 Comment

Feel free to do whatever you want with this image! All I ask is a credit link to:
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Learn more about the subject of lucid dreaming here:
Insights about lucid dreaming (my lucid dreaming adventure)
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What is lucid dreaming all about?

A lucid dream, in simplest terms, is a dream in which one is aware that one is dreaming. The term was coined by the Dutch psychiatrist and writer Frederik van Eeden (1860–1932).
A lucid dream can begin in one of two ways. A dream-initiated lucid dream (DILD) starts as a normal dream, and the dreamer eventually concludes it is a dream, while a wake-initiated lucid dream (WILD) occurs when the dreamer goes from a normal waking state directly into a dream state, with no apparent lapse in consciousness.

Scientists such as Stephen LaBerge and Allan Hobson, with his neurophysiological approach to dream research, have helped to push the understanding of lucid dreaming into a less speculative realm.
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During most dreams, sleepers are not aware that they are dreaming. The reason for this has not been determined, and does not appear to have an obvious answer. There have been attempts by various fields of psychology to provide an explanation. For example, some proponents of depth psychology suggest that mental processes inhibit the critical evaluation of reality within dreams.

Certain physiology studies suggest that “seeing is believing” to the brain during any mental state. If the brain perceives something with great clarity or intensity, it will believe that it is real. Even waking consciousness is liable to accept discontinuous or illogical experience as real if presented as such to the brain. Dream consciousness is similar to that of a hallucinating awake subject. Dream or hallucinatory images triggered by the brain stem are considered to be real, even if fantastic.

The impulse to accept the evident is so strong the dreamer will often invent a memory or story to cover up an incongruous or unrealistic event in the dream. “That man has two heads!” is usually not followed with “I must be dreaming!” but with “Yes, I read in the paper about these famous Siamese twins.” Or other times there will be an explanation that, in the dream, makes sense and seems very logical, but when the dreamer awakes, he/she will realize that it is rather far-fetched or even complete gibberish.

Source: Lucid dreaming – Wikipedia

Lucid dreaming in other languages:
Spanish: sueño lúcido
French: le rêve lucide
Italian: sogno lucido – onironautica
German: Klartraum – wachtraum – luzider traum
Chinese: 明晰 做梦
Russian: Сновидение – Мечтать мои сновидения

Making a Deal on Your Dreams

August 4, 2012 on 3:07 pm | In Dream Come True | No Comments

The difference between chemical mergers and acquisitions and general business mergers and acquisitions is that chemical m&a requires much more specialized knowledge for success. The field is so complex that scientists and engineers are needed as well as financial transactions specialists.

For that reason, instead of generic venture capitalists or investment bankers, smart executives work with chemical m&a advisory teams and take advantage of  the experience and acumen of specialists in chemical investment banking. Making chemical merger or acquisition deals without them can result in business nightmares.

Working with an experience team of chemical m&a consultants, on the other hand, can make the whole process go smoothly and profitably for all concerned, with all the legal bases covered and quality assured.

While new products and technical breakthroughs are still just a gleam in the eye of an inventor or a few scribbles on a whiteboard, chemical m&a specialists are making sure the dream can come true: dreams of miracle drugs, superior optical lenses, better protective coatings, faster computers, tinier electronics, and more nutritious foods.

So the next time you buy that new car or laptop computer or smart phone you’ve been dreaming of, consider the sophisticated chemical knowledge and financial acumen that went into making your dream come true.

Nightmares: The Science and Solution of Those Frightening Visions during Sleep (Brain, Behavior, and Evolution)

August 4, 2012 on 10:33 am | In Nightmares | No Comments
Nightmares: The Science and Solution of Those Frightening Visions during Sleep (Brain, Behavior, and Evolution) book

Nightmares: The Science and Solution of Those Frightening Visions…

Nightmares: The Science and Solution of Those Frightening Visions during Sleep (Brain, Behavior, and Evolution) is a book about the scary dreams that we sometimes wonder about and then try our best to forget.

We’ve nearly all been there at least once – awakened with a pounding heart and the memory of frightening scenes that seemed so real, but were conjured up and existed only in the sleeping mind.

Nightmares affect people across countries and cultures, with some 10 percent of the world’s population reporting recurrent nightmares. Parents have reported, and science has recorded, nightmares in children as young as 18 months old.

Up to 40 percent of children aged 2 to 12 experience nightmares, as do some 35 percent of veterans and 50 percent of adults with chronic illness.

With this book, a psychologist widely known in his field shows how nightmares evolved and were useful to ancestral populations, and why nightmares may carry beneficial functional effects even today for people who suffer from the pulse-pumping dreams.

McNamara brings us up to date on the biology of nightmares and what, specifically, happens in the brain during the event. He also explains the history and development of nightmares and likely causes, including traumatic events, psychological and physical disorders, and commonly consumed medications.

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Nurturing the Dreams of Teachers and Their Students

August 3, 2012 on 4:14 pm | In Dream Come True, Musings | No Comments

Every teacher hopes to be a good one. Those whose calling in life is to help students learn and grow as people dream of the fulfillment of seeing students achieve more because of good teaching.

The reality, though, is that teaching can be extremely demanding. Dreams of teaching success can be dashed by the reality of overcrowded classrooms full of poorly prepared and often poorly motivated students.

There is, however, a world of teaching tools and knowledge available to teachers on line, including teaching strategies, and continuing teacher education, through organizations such as Mentoring Mings.

Subjects include math, science, vocabulary, reading and writing. Topics and tools for teachers include Classroom Management, Critical Thinking, Card Sets,  Flip Charts / Guides, Response to Intervention, Spanish (math and reading) and Wheels.

There are core resources, training and resources for professional development, and STAAR resources. Resources such as the Accommodations Wheel help teachers work with disabled students in mainstream classrooms.

Critical Thinking tools and resources help teachers lead students beyond memorization, helping to teach the reasoning skills needed to apply knowledge to life.

Response to Intervention helps teachers measure the response of students to the special help they are given and allows teachers to gauge how much additional intervention the students will need.

Other tools and resources include an ELL Strategies Guide, Graphic Organizers, Master Instructional Strategies, Motivational Math and Motivational Reading, a Problem-Solving Kit, and much more. All are designed to give teachers the tools and knowledge to fulfill their dreams of truly helping students progress.

With the tools available from Mentoring Minds, teachers can fulfill their dreams of truly helping prepare students for success in life.

Art Making after a Social Dream Matrix

August 2, 2012 on 2:31 pm | In Dreamwork | No Comments

Participants reflect on their dreams through art making at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.

Art therapist Shelly Goebl-Parker and artists Hap Phillips and Nita Turnage lead a dream matrix.

The act of dreaming is normally a solitary one. Through social dream matrices, it becomes a shared experience, building a small temporary community when participants enter a dream matrix together.

Sharing dreams in this way enables the discovery of new meaning and significance in dreams. The dream matrices are followed by art making as a way to reflect on newfound discoveries, reflections and inspirations.

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