Pete dreamed of hundreds of black ants streaming out from a hole in his foot. What do you think it means? He posted his dream to last week’s one day dream forum, run by Brisbane Times. I thought you’d enjoy this one: Pete’s dream: I was sitting on a log and then out of the
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Lee has a recurring dream about trying to escape three sharks. She gets tangled in the seaweed before finally getting to shore, but, oh no – those sharks simply grow legs and keep hunting her. Although Lee had this dream for several years, it stopped when she made an important change in her waking life.
Can you distinguish a dream from reality? Test yourself on this one: John is reading resumes, deciding which candidate to employ for a position. He takes one resume, a sheath of pages attached to a heavy clipboard. “Serious,” he concludes. He takes a second resume, the same number of pages but this time attached to
Are you too busy to explore your dreams? In a leading article on dreams in today’s Brisbane Times, Katherine Feeney writes about “the importance of dreaming in a culture Anderson said was already over-worked, over-tired and disconnected from ‘potential of their dreams’.” Katherine interviewed me last week, and reports all in today’s article. “[Anderson said]
‘There must be 50 ways to leave a lover,’ according to Paul Simon’s lyrics, but how many ways are there to escape a hungry lion hot on your tail? In this episode we look at how to find creative solutions to waking life problems by applying a simple, fun technique to any dream. Paul Simon’s
My grandfather died when I was thirteen. I didn’t really know him very well, and most memories I have of him are second hand, borrowed from stories told by others, a person and a life fabricated from tall tales, hearsay, and conjecture. He was well into his 60s when I, his first grandchild, was born.
Here’s an easy way to record your dreams in the middle of the night, in the dark. Barbara, who hosted a dream group with me by Skype last week, shared this tip during the session when we were talking about how much more insight you can get into the meaning of a dream when you
Ann, my guest this episode, had a dream about birds trapped in a room, unable to fly through the window, and a second dream about people doing a live modelling show in a shop window. So, two dreams about windows, and about an element of being trapped inside, as you will hear when you discover more
Renee, my podcast guest in episode 67, asked me to share her news since having her dream interpreted on the show: “I want to give you an update on how things have been since you interpreted two of my dreams. I recently published a book called Perfect Feedback (Receiving the Answers From Within)! Yay! After you
Sunrise invited me onto the breakfast show this morning to talk about sexsomnia and other forms of sleepwalking. Here’s the clip from the show: What is sexsomnia? Channel 7 are screening a documentary tonight, Sleep Walkers: Secrets of the Night, focussing on sleepwalking in its many forms, including sexsomnia, a distressing condition where a person,