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Stem cell treatment of MS

There’s been some long-term studies of stem cell therapy with MS. It involves immunosuppressant therapy followed by injecting the person with their own stem cells into their bloodstream which apparently goes to the affected areas. They did a five-year follow-up of people who did this one time treatment and most were in complete remission without any medication afterwards. Amazing! See http://www.stemcellularnow.com/stem-cell-transplants-may-induce-long-term-remission-of-multiple-sclerosis/
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What do aliens and UFOs mean in a dream?

Aliens Can Be New Parts of Our Mind That Feel Strange

Dream 314: Like From Outer Space Man

A man dreamed that he looked out the window from his bedroom at night and saw flashing lights of different colors. When he went out to the door he was pulled up into the air by aliens. Dave called his body and the dreamer let them without resistance. He had the thought that he was being upgraded. He felt no pain. He returned to earth and went about his normal routine.

Interpretation

Colors are usually different emotions in dreams. That the dreamer was pulled into the air suggest that he was forced to go to a higher level and look at his emotions from a completely different perspective than what he was used to. The aliens are new unknown parts of himself.

The dream suggests that the way he was looking at his emotions now is different from the past. So different that in the beginning it felt alien; however, there were no real worries because his emotions were upgraded. It is likely that he was confronted with a very different and difficult emotional situation that was alien to him. His looking at the situation from a different and higher perspective allowed him to be emotionally upgraded so that he felt no pain.

Carl Jung thought that UFOs were a “mandela of divine possibility.” In other words, he thought it represented mankind’s hope that there was something out there, more than us, that was watching over us and interested in us. In many ways it represents the hope that there is more to life than what we see, which science has supported with the idea of dark matter. According to that theory, we see about 20% of the universe which is the part of the universe that are the effects of the dark matter. The truth is out there.

Explore inner space with my book Dreams: Guide to the Soul at http://www.drstevenfox.com

Flipper or Shamu?

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Dolphins have amazing right hemisphere-like intelligence and are emotionally sensitive too. Some scientists have suggested that they are like “humans of the sea” and should be treated special. Other fans simply call them “angels of the sea.”

In any case, it is almost always good news when they show up in dreams. First of all, the ocean is the biggest and best symbol of subconscious emotion that we have. Having large mammals or sea creatures in dreams about the ocean indicates that you have a lot of instinctive energy in your subconscious or unconscious.

Dolphins are usually more of a playful and  dynamic energy. This contrasts with sharks and killer whales. If the latter show up, it shows subconscious energy, but it is more of a shadow or aggressive energy.

You want to know what types of energies are operating in your subconscious. I once knew someone who knew what kind of general attitude she had towards life by the presence of either killer whales or dolphins in her dreams. It turns out that it’s usually better to have Flipper the dolphin in your dreams than it is to have Shamu the killer whale show up.

Get in touch with your energy through dreams at http:www.drstevenfox.com

Stop Hurting Your Boyfriend

DREAM 240: Stop Hurting Your Boyfriend and Get a Job

A 28-year-old woman dreamt that she was teleported to Pakistan and met a Pakistani woman in a tent. The Pakistani woman was very kind, attractive, and personable. They talked in the tent for a long time. The dreamer saw images of lips all around her. She then saw the Pakistani woman kiss her on the cheek.

The dream then shifted to her being a passenger in a helicopter piloted by a policeman. They went over major mountains until they arrived home safely.

Dream 240–Interpretation

The dreamer had a Pakistani woman friend who was emotionally mature and considerate. The dreamer recently was inconsiderate and hurtful towards her boyfriend. The images of lips all around your indicated that she needed to be more careful in what she said. The Pakistani woman kissing her on the cheek indicated that she emotionally wanted to integrate the Pakistanis woman’s qualities (emotions) into her own personality.

A policeman often represents the heroic masculine archetype. The heroic masculine is the part of a dreamer’s personality that typically effects therapeutic change in the dreamers life. A police officer also represents the superego or conscience to some degree. She felt guilty that she lived at home with her mother and had no job while her mother work hard at a low paying job.

Mountains often represent obstacles in the dreamers life. The challenge that the dreamer had to surmount was getting a job. Males are typically action figures and the heroic masculine is almost always very helpful.

The dream indicated that the action part of herself, the male heroic masculine, was going to help her surmount the dreamer’s goal of getting a job. She was getting ready to fly in a controlled and very practical way. She could decide exactly where she wanted to land, which is the reason a helicopter was used by the dream.

**The principles used to interpret this dream are described in my book at http://www.drstevenfox.com

Dreams: Guide to the Soul

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This book shows how an experienced psychologist developed an intuitive dream interpretation method.

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20160810_125921 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 remission with the help of the universe/God. It will be my second book showing that dreams were an important part of that journey. My personal psychology enters into the picture a lot. I basically see years of physical abuse as laying the foundation for having the foundation for contracting the chronic illness of multiple sclerosis. Amazon will publish it first as an ebook. The name of the book will be something like MS Mission Remission: Healing Severe Chronic Multiple Sclerosis Against All Odds.

Virtually Everyone Dreams

 

13-Interesting-Facts-about-Dreams-piano2071084484People with extreme psychological disorder or serious physical illness/malfunction do not dream. Marijuana, and alcohol to a lesser extent, block dream memory. Otherwise, everyone dreams. They just forget that they had a dream. The problem is not that they are not having dreams, the problem is that they cannot access their memory to recall dreams.

Surprisingly, people who wake up several times during the night may actually have more dreams. This is because for the dream to be remembered, it has to be transferred from short-term memory to long-term memory. This transfer takes place best when you are awake. So as long as you go back to sleep, waking up lightly several times at night may actually help you remember dreams.
http://www.boredpanda.com/15-interesting-facts-about-dreams-dreaming/

 
See how dreams are interpreted at http://www.drstevenfox.com

Science Dreams

1793BE34-DC3C-46B6-BF27B6E745016856_article1209348005Many scientists, including Einstein, were affected significantly in their work by dreams. What follows is one of a multitude of examples:

“As a young mathematician in the 1950s, Don Newman taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology alongside rising star and Nobel-laureate-to-be John Nash. Newman had been struggling to solve a particular math problem: “I was … trying to get somewhere with it, and I couldn’t and I couldn’t and I couldn’t,” he recalled.”

Later that night, Newman had a dream in which John Nash appeared to him and told him the solution. Newman submitted a paper to a mathematics journal based upon this solution which was published. By the way, John Nash was the mathematics genius upon which the film “A Brilliant Mind” was based.

This process of using dreams to answer questions is called Dream Incubation which is described in my book, Dreams: Guide to the Soul in chapter 34 which is at http://www.drstevenfox.com

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/answers-in-your-dreams/

Dreams and Creativity

hubble-galaxy-cluster-abell-1507887676Learn about the power of your dreams…

I don’t dream at night, I dream all day; I dream for a living. – Steven Spielberg

Dreams are important in art and science. Einstein credited a dream when he was seventeen as the first seed of the theory of relativity. He was on a sled going at the speed of light while the night sky was a whirling panorama of stars. Keep looking up…