Have you had a recurring dream that seems to make no sense - or is just terrifying?
Have you awakened in the morning wondering what the hell was going on in your mind?
We've all had strange dreams that seem to foretell pain, fear or loss, but what is your mind really telling you?
Dream analysis is fascinating. It breaks down your dream into individual components and gets to the heart of the message your subconscious is trying to tell you. Dreams can offer guidance specifically designed for you - because your mind created it.
I recently had several dreams where a sewer pipe erupted. It was as disgusting as you can imagine and seemed to be completely senseless. As I analyzed the dream, however, I found a message from my mind telling me that when I try to hold my emotions in check, they can explode in toxic and (literally) shitty ways.
During my Wayfinder's Life Coach Certification with Martha Beck, I learned her technique for analyzing dreams. (The process can also be found in Beck's book, Steering by Starlight.) I've practiced this technique with many clients and they've each come away with insight to help them look at their life in a different way.
Some very scary dreams might not be scary at all once you listen to the message. And objects in dreams will mean one thing to one person and something very different to another person. There's not a list of topics like dreaming of a bear equals aggression, or dreaming of honey equals sweetness, or dreaming of your ex means you want to reconcile. Each object is created for you by your brain.
If you're interested in learning what your dreams are trying to tell you, reach out to me at peri@LandLCoaching.com and we can talk. It could just change your life.
Peri Kinder is the owner of Life & Laughter Coaching. She's a happiness coach, yoga and meditation instructor, and award-winning freelance writer.