Are there days, weeks, months, when you wonder how you can possibly fit everything you need to do into so little available time? There are solutions, but you can never see them when you’re too busy running from one task to the next. Your dreams may help you to discover those solutions, but taking the
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“My mum says that when you dream of death it means there’s going to be a birth in the family,” said Georgie, although she was clearly disturbed about her own dream of a gravestone freshly engraved with an illegible name. I was interpreting dreams on Mix 106.3FM Canberra’s Breakfast Show earlier this week, and Georgie
Watch the video I was on The Today Show (Nine, national television) yesterday, talking about recurring dreams with hosts Karl Stefanovic and Lisa Wilkinson, who each shared their recurring dreams. The Today Show posted the upcoming segment to their Facebook page, asking for dreams for me to interpret on air. Over 290 dreams were submitted,
I was talking with Paula Abdul and Ita Buttrose on Studio 10 this morning about their dreams and what they mean, as well as looking at some common dream themes. What’s Paula’s recurring dream? What was Ita’s epic dream all about? Watch video Related articles you might enjoy
Here’s the video from my segment on The Morning Show (Channel Seven, national) this morning, with presenters Kylie and James. We look at video clips of people filmed in the street yesterday describing their dreams, and discuss what they mean and how we can apply the insight we gain from looking into dreams to make
Welcome to the first episode recorded in my new studio! I wonder if you can hear any difference. It’s a bigger space, so I can stand at the microphone and wave my arms and hands around as I talk to you. Even though you can’t see me, it feels good to get my whole body
“My recurring dream is gross. I lose all my teeth,” said Chloe, calling into the dream segment on the PowerPack Breakfast show. “How common is this type of dream, and what does it mean?” I’ve been doing this segment long enough now for the show’s presenters, Steve and Abbey, to kick off with good questions.
“I dreamed I was jousting on horseback, and my opponent stabbed me in the chest with his lance,” said Mike, who called the PowerPack Breakfast show last week to ask me about his dream. “I fell out of bed with the impact,” he laughed. “What does it mean? Am I going to have bad luck?
I was in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, last month, giving a workshop on Dream Therapy to creative arts therapists, which attracted Phoenix Jay of Phnom Penh’s The Advisor to interview me for their cover story. It’s a broad ranging yet deep interview, which you can read in full here – it includes a discussion of trauma,
“Three times this week I dreamed I was the new drummer for American band Blink 182,” said Brad, calling PowerFM’s PowerPack Breakfast show where I was interpreting dreams. The drums were bike powered, and the faster Brad peddled, the better the drums sounded. Although he can’t play the drums in waking life, he was a