Where do dreams and nightmares come from? The brain, the body, the mind, the soul, the universe, God, or the dream movie production unit at work, nightly, in the depths of our unconscious? Last week I saw the Pixar movie, Inside Out, (I give it five stars), which included a peek into the dream production
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Is there a problem you’re trying to solve in your life right now? Or maybe you prefer a more positive spin: Is there a challenge you’re encountering, ripe with opportunity and blessings that you’ve yet to see? Looking back, what was the last problem you solved, and how did you do it? What was the
What comes to you in your life, and how do you feel about it? What would you like to come to you – to attract into your life? What do you do to try to make this happen? Are you succeeding, or are you just experiencing same-old? How can working with your dreams and dream
Picture this: You look into the mirror at three years old and recognise yourself. The next day the mirror tells the same story. And the next and the next. Okay, so one day a tooth falls out and your mirror picture shows you without your tooth, but otherwise nothing has changed. Day by day, year
“I’m quadriplegic,” said the caller to a dream segment I was hosting on radio many years ago, “but in my dreams I can run and dance, and I’m devastated when I wake up and remember that I can’t.” Before his accident, he had enjoyed running and dancing, and he could draw on his sensual and
Ever woken to eerie sounds in the night, or a feeling of your skin being touched when you’re sleeping alone, or been scared out of your wits when you’ve opened your eyes to see ghosts or strange things going on in your bedroom? As utterly convincing and frightening as these sensations are, it’s important to
Imagine downloading movie clips of your dreams each morning. “What did you dream last night?” “No idea. Hang on a minute, I’ll have a look.” Research published this month in the journal Current Biology has led to speculation that this may be possible in decades to come. While no-one has yet captured footage of dreams,
In my early days as a dream expert on ABC radio, I received a letter from a woman who said, “I heard a dream interpreter was coming on, and decided to switch to another station as soon as I finished ironing a shirt, but half an hour and several shirts later, I was still listening.
“You’re an interesting contradiction, a scientist who interprets dreams,” said Ian Kath, host of the podcast chat show Your Story – How others play the game of life. “I’d love to interview you and throw you some curly questions.” Of course I agreed, and Ian released our interview this week as episode 59, Jane Teresa.
Are you looking to your dreams for answers to important questions? Do you go to bed hoping for a dream that will explain all and show you the best way forward? Are you looking for solutions to personal issues, guidance on career, or a bankable genius eureka to boost your fortune? The dreaming mind offers