Have you ever had a dream about someone who has died? In this short video, I explain how you can understand these dreams and even use them in your grieving/mourning process.
Do you ever have lovely dreams about your ex-lovers that leave you feeling super sad? Here’s a path to turning that around…
The truth is, dreams about peeing, pooping, or trying to are some of the most common dreams I’ve come across—I can’t even remember all the pee or poop dreams I’ve worked with clients over the years. In fact, there’s a good chance you’ve had one. It’s not that surprising—all humans do this every day, multiple times a day. But what does this act represent to us? And why are there often negative emotions around an experience that is so natural and healthy?
Are you curious about dreams about snakes? Here are some of my thoughts on what dreams about snakes could mean for you, especially about your relationship with snakes.
Do you feel connected to the rhythms of your own body, your needs and energy levels? Do you feel attuned to the ways that you experience different emotional reactions within your body? Do you know how to connect to a sense of being supported, feeling loved, or being at home inside of your own body? All of these questions may be helpful in the context of looking at a dream where you are disembodied in some way or another.
The reality is, feelings, when deeply felt, move. For when we allow ourselves to be fully immersed in our internal feeling state, we are tapping into a deeper river of felt experience, a river that naturally flows. When we tap into the natural rhythm of our own experience, we become students at the feet of our deepest and most self-evident truth—the way we are feeling at any given moment.