What do soldiers, convicts, hospitals, and injections mean in a dream?

Dream 362: The Heroic Masculine Wants to Heal In a dream, the dreamer who was a man was in a medical facility escorting a young soldier to an operation. A dark haired lady and another fellow were pushing the soldier along on a cart. The dreamer somehow knew the two physicians were actually escaped convicts.Continue reading “What do soldiers, convicts, hospitals, and injections mean in a dream?”

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What does floating mean in a dream?

Dream 329: Floating High A 50 something man described having a dream that he always remembered even years later. When he was an elementary school boy, he dreamed repeatedly that he was floating above trees. From the sky,he viewed his friend and himself walking through the neighborhood on the sidewalk. He felt like he wasContinue reading “What does floating mean in a dream?”

Yoga, Astral Travel, Buddhists and Dreams

Dream Image 303 I have decided to add to my knowledge of dreams by looking at some Eastern works such as The Astral Plane: Its Scenery, Inhabitants, and Phenomena. I just do not know enough about them. I surmise that they may be another form of dream state, but with the amazing effects of consciousness,Continue reading “Yoga, Astral Travel, Buddhists and Dreams”

What does a shark mean in a dream?

Dream 302                                                                      A woman dreamed that she was underwater in a swimming pool that was a combination of a swimming pool andContinue reading “What does a shark mean in a dream?”

Lightning Integration

Dream 290: A woman in her twenties dreamed that she was in a broken run down apartment. She was with loved ones who were insanely content with the condition of the building. The dreamer wondered why they were so happy. They replied that they were satisfied and intended to stay. Suddenly, the walls began crumbling,Continue reading “Lightning Integration”

The Right and Left Stairways

Dreams 289: A man in his early forties dreamed that he was talking to some girls when he was in high school in New York. It was very casual and relaxed conversation in a restaurant located at the top of a mansion. When he left, he found himself at the top of stairs on aContinue reading “The Right and Left Stairways”

Life Is But a Dream

  This dream you call the world is not the problem; your problem is that you like certain parts of the dream and dislike others. Once you have seen the dream as a dream, you have done all that needs to be done.”    ~ Nisargadatta Maharaj courtesy of Mira Prabhu, the great author ofContinue reading “Life Is But a Dream”

Illuminate the Darkness…

Illuminate the darkness because the light will take care of itself. In therapy one usually changes by changing the shadow. Either you put something into the shadow you no longer want to be a part of you, or you take some unknown part out of the shadows that you did not know existed that canContinue reading “Illuminate the Darkness…”

The Meat Market–Cut It Out

Dream 275: Cut It Out–No Yearning for the Meat Market A 36-year-old woman dreamed that there were two copy machines at her therapist’s office, a regular one and a large one. The regular copier worked fine. The large copier produced over-sized copies. She adjusted it so that it produced copies that were only 104% theContinue reading “The Meat Market–Cut It Out”

My Jets Are Burned Out

Dream 257: A 28-year-old woman dreamed that her husband was mobilized to serve in Iraq. She then dreamt that the jet he piloted crashed into the airport where she worked. Interpretation– She dreaded her job at the airport which was tedious, regimented, and boring. She had these same feelings toward the military. Her husband representsContinue reading “My Jets Are Burned Out”

Dreams Reveal the Inner Sanctum

The dream is the small hidden door in the deepest and most intimate sanctum of the soul, which opens to that primeval cosmic night that was soul long before there was conscious ego and will be soul far beyond what a conscious ego could ever reach. CARL JUNG

Dreams: Guide to the Soul

This book shows how an experienced psychologist developed an intuitive dream interpretation method. If you like this book, please share by clicking on your favorite network below.  Steven G. Fox, Ph.D. Is the author of “Dreams: Guide to the Soul” I am finishing my personal story and sojourn to health by putting MS into remissionContinue reading “Dreams: Guide to the Soul”

Dreams Can Blow Your Mind

The Whole Enchilada Some dreams have more psychological significance than others and are what Dr. Carl Jung called “Big Dreams.” These dreams involve major conflicts which are often recurrent. Your subconscious keeps trying to offer solutions to the struggle, but the conscious mind, for one reason or another, either does not recognize or accept theContinue reading “Dreams Can Blow Your Mind”

Angel Message

At the height of my worst multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms, I asked my wife to have a dream about how I should handle my MS. The next morning my wife described a dream in which an angel sang four rules that I needed to follow: (1) Be non-judgemental. This rule was primary  and covered 70Continue reading “Angel Message”

Carl Jung and the Cosmic Reality of Dreams

The dream is the small hidden door in the deepest and most intimate sanctum of the soul, which opens to that primeval cosmic night that was soul long before there was conscious ego and will be soul far beyond what a conscious ego could ever reach. Dr. Carl Jung Working with dreams makes one moreContinue reading “Carl Jung and the Cosmic Reality of Dreams”

To Dust Thou Shall Return

Dream 205: To Dust Thou Shalt Return A 58-year-old woman dreamt that she was watching the desert from her picture window. Suddenly, she thought an asteroid hit the moon. It broke a chunk of the moon off. She thought that when the chunk reached her, she would die. After the moon chunk hit the earth,Continue reading “To Dust Thou Shall Return”

“Until you make…

“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.” ― C.G. Jung

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