Monthly Archives: July 2010

Dream interpretation results: Suzanne’s news, episode 45

Here’s an update from Suzanne, my guest on podcast episode 45, The Dream Show. Suzanne had dreamed of a prickly cactus obstructing her way in her dream. There was mud to one side, rocks to the other, and no shoes to protect her feet. We discussed her dream on the podcast. Suzanne now reports: “At

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Dream interpretation results: Margaret’s news, episode 55

Here’s an update from Margaret who was my guest in episode 55 of The Dream Show. “Where do I start? So, so much has happened. The dream we discussed was a recurring dream theme. It turned out to be about how I’ve needed to manipulate situations so I can do what I want or show

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Episode 65 The Dream Show: A ghostwriter’s nightmare

Meet my husband, ghostwriter Michael Collins, who comes onto today’s episodein several guises (as ghostwriters are wont to do). Michael has been an integral part of these podcasts since the first episode, doing the technical side of the show, and I thought it was time you got to know him a little more. After all,

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Dream interpretation: Let it flow – slippery secrets revealed

Sometimes it pays not to think too hard when writing about your dream in your journal, recording it in audio, or recounting it to a partner or friend. Let loose a little with your handwriting or typing, speed it up and don’t worry about spelling mistakes, grammar, or typos. When telling someone about your dream,

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Episode 64 The Dream Show: Sleep on it

We catch up with Barbara who was my guest in episode 48, to discover how her life has changed since having her dream interpreted and doing her dream alchemy. The universe – and dream alchemy – work in unexpectedly wonderful ways to deliver the results we desire, as they have for Barbara. One of our

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