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a rose not so sweet is still a rose

As sometimes happens, the message of one dream seems to contradict the message of another … In a recent dream… I’m looking for a special item in a large ultra-modern mall.  A place of few stores and few people. The … Continue reading

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Can’t See the Message for the Socks

  Even when I have a clear memory of a dream… …I’m probably not going to be clear about everything in it. But I’ve found that I need not remember every detail in order to get the message. In a … Continue reading

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Messages of the Past, Present, and Future

  “For some, the answer is: we dream to find out why we dream. “Personally, I prefer: I dream to find out who I am beyond who I dream I am.”                                    — Stephen LaBerge, Ph.D. The above quote comes … Continue reading

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Getting the Message

  One night I was hit with three dreams that all said the same thing, though in slightly different ways. In the first dream… I’ve arrived in a small city.  I stand in front of a gray concrete school building. … Continue reading

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Pony Up

  Here’s another entry from the Oxford Book of Dreams, which is a good place to find a dream: I had an absurd and charming dream which made me laugh, alone though I was, when I awoke. I saw myself … Continue reading

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The Sense of the Senses

I have to remind myself, from time to time… …that it’s not enough to understand a dream on an intellectual level… …I need to act on the message. Author and Jungian therapist Robert A. Johnson gives an excellent example of … Continue reading

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