DREAM MEDICINE
What is Dream Medicine? The practice of embodying the healing power of dreams. It is a process of renewal and transformation that can lead us into the wholeness of who we are. Dreams, including nightmares, function to restore balance. Dream Healing - Did you know that dreams can heal? View information on dreams, articles about dreams & healing dreams online on All Things Healing. Visit All Things Healing online and learn about dreams!

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Cynthia Greb is a Dreamer.  She is also a lover – of this planet, of beauty, of people. She has been passionately learning about dreams, healing, the Divine Feminine, indigen...
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Editor's Note: This is an interesting overview about dreaming, including scientific information about the dreaming brain, and the deep mystery of dreaming.

 

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by G. Scott Sparrow, EdD

A common principle–and, I believe, misconception– is that the dream images are aspects of oneself. This implies that the dream characters can, with some interpretive work, be identified as qualities that already reside within the dreamer, even though these qualities may have been repressed or overlooked. To some extent,  Freud “set this up” by saying that every dream image refers to something in one’s past waking life...

 

 

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by Rob Ragozzine

Numbers are everywhere. You may not always notice them, but they are there from the time you wake up, until you go back to sleep. These numbers are generally in the background, but when they show up in our dreams they can serve as important clues to solving real problems in your daily life. Indeed, when particular numbers appear in your dreams they can be very significant...

 

Editor's Note from Cynthia Greb: We welcome back Rob Ragozzine, gifted numerologist and dream enthusiast.  Rob has been featured here before and we are delighted to share his work here once again.

 

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by Jeremy Taylor

The scientific evidence is overwhelming and unambiguous: all human beings dream, whether they recall these nightly adventures upon awakening or not.

 

Editor's Note from Cynthia Greb: Jeremy Taylor believes as I do: our dreams are a way for the Divine to be in communion with us.  However, he also notes that many of the major world religions disparage actual "dreamwork."   Fortunately, this is beginning to change a bit in the West.

 

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by Tzivia Gover, C.D.T.

It is a difficult balance to achieve: Realizing that what matters to us most in the world is indeed precious and beautiful and wholly indispensible … but at the same time, all that really matters are the things that are invisible, formless and timeless. This dream dialogue has helped me see the situation from this perspective, and as much as possible to remember the big picture when I start to slip into worry and sadness.

 

 

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by Kirsten Backstrom, MA

I’m trying to write this post while watching the annual Oregon Humane Society telethon: a steady stream of incredible cats and dogs awaiting adoption—reminding me of the significant roles that animals can play in our lives and in our dreams...

 

Editor's Note from Cynthia Greb: Do you have Guides and Messengers appearing in your dreams?  Here, Kirsten Backstrom talks about figures - human, animal, and otherworldly - which appear in our dreams, often at turning points in our lives and especially as one nears death.

 

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by Tallulah Lyons

All dreams are healing in the sense that all dreams arise as experiences from which dreamers can grow into consciousness of their own wholeness and of the unity of life. Many dreams, particularly nightmares, are part of a series of dreams combined with waking life situations through which the dreamer is invited to move into conscious experience of wholeness, no matter the circumstances of waking life...

 

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by Sandra Ingerman, MA

Early this morning I had the most extraordinary dream. The first part of the dream was very complex and deep and I do not remember it well. I know I was in an apartment in a city having a very deep discussion with others, and I think the topic might have been on death...

 

Editor's Note from Cynthia Greb: This article is a bit different than most which we feature here on Dream Medicine. I discovered Sandra's dream on Facebook and asked her permission to share it. Some dreams are so sacred and so beautiful that they cry out to be shared. This one, in particular, has great relevance to today. With the continued desecration of this beloved Earth, we need the kinds of reminders that this dream brings to us. In addition, I am delighted to have Sandra Ingerman featured on Dream Medicine. She is not only a world-renowned author and teacher, she is a beautiful person. And clearly a powerful dreamer, as well.

 

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by Cynthia Greb, MLA
ATH Co-Editor of Dream Medicine

Last night was my first night camping in a yurt. Everything was going fine. It had been rainy and damp, but then the sun came out and there was a beautiful rainbow. And I had a little heater and a comfortable bed with two warm comforters. So I was surprised when I had a stream of unpleasant dreams...

 

Editor's Note from Cynthia Greb: Each of us seem to have "bad dreams" at some point in our lives.  And if we work with them in our waking life - either through dreamwork or with a therapist, we can usually find deeper meaning in them.  We can also work to become lucid within our dreams and work with the characters and content in that way. But what if this nightmare is too terrible to deal with? Or what if we are just truly needing a decent night of rest? What do we do then? In this article, I share some tips that worked for me. Sometimes we just want to get out of the nightmare. And I'm here to tell you that help is available.

 

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by Ryan Hurd

Big Dreams are usually discussed in the popular media as dreams we remember for the rest of our lives. These could include emotionally intense dreams, powerful dream journeys, and visitation dreams.

 

However, the "dreams we remember for the rest of our life" are not the Big Dreams that contemporary dream researchers have demarked, but rather a watered down "catch-all" category that is based on the dreaming public's perceived importance of particular dreams, rather than a set of features and characteristics unique to the experiences themselves...

 

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by Beverly D’Urso, PhD

At this point, in both my waking state and in all my dreams, I aspire to fully experiencing my emotions instead of projecting them outwards or stuffing them inside. I don’t need to avoid them in order to appear more ‘mature’ or less ‘crazy.’ Dissolving or discharging them by experiencing them fully eventually leads me to a more peaceful and centered place...

 

 Editor's Note: Too often people separate the experiences they have in dreams from their actions in waking life. In reality there is much we can learn from the dream that can help us evolve and change in our daily lives. Dr. Beverly D’Urso offers practical guidance for tapping into the dream’s healing wisdom and using it in waking relationships.

 

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by Tzivia Gover

After trying for over a week to have a lucid dream, I finally succeeded…

Typically I have a lucid dream once or twice a month without trying. If I want to have a dream in which I know that I’m dreaming, I usually achieve my goal after a night or two of setting my intention in that direction...

 

Editor's Note from Cynthia Greb: I always love reading about people's powerful dreams. In this article, not only do we have the privilege of hearing about Tzivia's beautiful dream, but we also get tips on how to cultivate lucid dreaming.

 

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Dream Mirrors of the Self

by Robert Moss

One of the most important gifts of our dreams is that they put us in touch with more aspects of ourselves than we have recognized in what Yeats called our “daily trivial minds.” Among these aspects is the famous Shadow, composed of parts of our selves we have repressed or denied (and tend to project on to others in regular life, till we awaken). But we encounter much more than the Shadow. We encounter a whole family of aspects of ourselves, and as we recognize them and bring them together we become much more than we were.

 

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