“Global tidal wave of 70,000 job cuts,” announced the online news. “The tsunami of layoffs started in Europe …” Instantly I got the picture. It’s a metaphor that works. It describes a giant ripple effect of job loss caused by a seismic tremor in the global economy. It also describes the emotional impact felt or
Monthly Archives: March 2011
Rose is my guest, wondering why her sister, in India, sometimes accurately dreams details of Rose’s dreams or Rose’s waking life in the US. What is happening here, and are these dreams – Rose’s and her sister’s – meaningful when interpreted? We explore and interpret two shared dreams and one of Rose’s sister’s dreams that
“I did feel a major depression lift … I feel good connections, I feel accepted. It’s an unbelievable miracle!” – Abigail, on the outcome of having her dream interpreted in episode 74. Having a dream interpreted and taking action by doing the prescribed dream alchemy practice creates life changing results. First up are immediate results
Suzy dreamed of graduating in a turquoise gown, meeting up with her old High School friends, and wondering whether her graduation cap was on straight. Surely a couple of bobby pins will help keep her hair in place? How does Suzy’s dream relate to her waking life, and what light can it shed in helping
“Never worry worry, til worry worries you,” my granny used to say. There’s a grain of truth in there, and an even better tongue twister, but the day I really got the measure of worry started as a simple coffee morning with two friends when we were all young mothers. The three of us met
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.
Do you have a late night snack before going to sleep? Is it affecting your sleep and dreams? I have a couple of spoons of muesli – yes, I know it’s a breakfast food – in a glass of milk mixed with natural yoghurt every night before bed. If I’m really hungry, it’s three spoons.
Apryl is my guest with a dream about walking carefully on the broken pieces of a 19th century porcelain toilet. What does it mean? She’s accompanied by a smiling cockatiel sporting a red feather mohawk, sitting on her shoulder as she journeys through the French countryside. As we explore the meaning of her dream, Apryl
“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.