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Episode 139 The Dream Show: Dream interpretation made easy?

Where to begin when learning the art of dream interpretation? Is there a formula that can be applied to all dreams? One of the challenges I face in my public work – writing books, writing blogs, creating podcasts, doing radio, giving workshops – is how to make this complex subject easier to understand. I like

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Is this your life?

How often has your alarm clock saved you from a worrying dream you thought was real? What a relief to wake into your everyday life, where all the quandaries and confusions of the dream evaporate and leave you free to get on with your day! You may have spent all night trying to catch that

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Spot the belief

Had a tough day? Ready for a spot of light relief, a bit of fun, a dream interpretation game that’s easy to do yet powerfully insightful? You may never look at your dreams in the same way ever again. It’s called Spot the Belief. This is what to do: For each of the following dreams,

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Episode 106 The Dream Show: Alien analyst

How can an alien help you to understand a dream? What’s the right thing to say to a horse as it angrily rears up above you and threatens to crash down upon you? And what’s the magical formula for finding a solution to a seemingly impossible challenge? Today’s show brings you a mix of dream

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Nipple worms & radio experts

“I dreamed that a two inch worm wriggled out of my nipple,” said Kerry, who called Brig and Lehmo’s breakfast show on Radio Mix101.1FM a couple of weeks ago to ask me about her dream. Parasites seemed to be the order of the day, as I had just helped Brig understand her dream of picking

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Dream interpretation: Theme alchemy

No, it’s not a drunken, lisped take on ‘dream alchemy’. It’s a way of reading across your dreams, instead of considering each dream individually. It helps you to find light when you need it most. Here’s an example from my life. It’s the story of three waves. Once upon a time, I had three dreams

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