Episode 141 The Psychic and Chancellor Angela Merkel

Episode 141 The Dream Show Jane Teresa Anderson

My guest, Susan, brings her richly entertaining dream to the show for interpretation and insight. The action all takes place on campus at an ivy-covered science building, where a psychic is on stage, sharing knowing glances with Susan. There’s breaking news, drums beating out a protest, and pandemonium when Susan is accused of being an interloper. It’s just as well that the Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel, wearing an emerald green gown, is there to hi-five Susan and save the day with an impromptu fun street party.

So what does it mean, how does it relate to Susan’s life, and what can she gain from understanding her dream?

As with all episodes featuring a guest, I hear the dream for the first time during the recording. I know nothing about the dream beforehand, not even the theme. We do this so that you can experience the whole process from the telling of the dream, through the questions, the piecing together of the interpretation, and the insights as they arise. You have the privilege of listening into an intimate conversation about a dream and what it reflects about the dreamer’s life, while absorbing dream interpretation and analysis techniques that you can apply in your life or professional practice.

Oh, and we do like to add lightness of heart and a touch of humour where we can, and, luckily, most dreams make that easy to achieve. Enjoy, and please share.


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4 comments on “Episode 141 The Psychic and Chancellor Angela Merkel”

  1. Belinda Hodge Reply

    Just wanted to say how much I enjoyed this show Jane Teresa. Thanks for doing these podcasts, they are always so interesting. I love to hear other people’s dreams and your interpretations.

  2. Susan Reply

    Hi! I’m the Susan of ep 141.

    So grateful for the work of this episode! The work you did with me – in the moments of the call – were extremely helpful in cracking the hard, coconut skin of this dream and helping me tap into its treasure. It was very interesting how you picked up on elements that I didn’t even consider – especially the international character of the dream, the flat-skinned drum – which turned out to be important in waking life. I’m so glad you gave value to these elements.

    I listened to the episode recently, several months after doing the alchemy. In that re-listen, I heard places where I was not able to come up with an answer to your questions. At that later time, I was able to come up with answers to those questions that further opened up the dream and pointed to additional themes, including the perils of trying to “fake it ’til you make it.”

    Delighted to discover that your dream work powers carry across time as well as distance!

    Many thanks – again!

    • Jane Teresa Anderson Reply

      Thank you Susan,

      Yes, it’s always very interesting to look back on dreams (and interpretations) weeks, months, or even years down the track. Since so many of our dreams deal with our blind spots, our task – in seeking clarity on a dream when working alone – can be like trying to see in the dark. As a consultant (or podcast host) I’m the one holding the torch (flashlight), directing your gaze, showing you what you are finding it difficult to see yourself, but further down the track, once you have done the dream alchemy and experienced the shifts, it becomes easier to see the big picture. So good to hear that, in seeing the big picture, you were able to answer the questions in hindsight and reach further understanding.

      Hmm, yes, I agree that there are pros and cons to faking it until you make it. I prefer the approach of discovering what we can be/do (discovering our true potential) and letting that grow.

      Many blessings,
      Jane Teresa

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