Dreams Can Give Glimpses of the Future

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Here’s a benefit of learning dream interpretation: your dreams can give you insights and flashes of what your future will be. It takes time to learn the feeling of a precognitive dream, yet it is well worth the effort. Your premonition dreams rarely give you direct information on how your future will exactly be, although it does happen.  Instead, you will receive glimpses of your future through symbolism.

Are you, like me, where you have dreams that switch from one scene to another scene almost like a play would? Sometimes, you can remember all acts, while other times one stands out more than another. The latter is what recently happened to me and I would like to share two dream segments occurring on different nights.

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I was in labor lying on a portable hospital bed in the hallway while waiting for a room to become available. My belly was gigantic! A Priest came by and asked ~ Read the rest at Pamela’s Dream Blog

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In the DreamTime: Being Attacked and Dirty, Overflowing Toilets

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This month’s In the DreamTime there are dreams about not finding a stall door that closes or locks in a crowded bathroom. And another dream of being attacked from behind. What could it mean?

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I am at my elementary school, I’m in the restroom and needing to use it really bad. I cannot find one that has a door to it that I can actually close and/or lock. There is water covering the floor (as if the toilet has overflowed, and the water is crystal clear), some of the toilets are really dirty, and some just have water flowing out of them. However, none really flushes properly (they are all broken). There are other people in the restroom also and there are some outside of the entry door talking to each other. No one seems to mind the mess and the chaos but me.

Interpretation ~ Read the rest at Bellesprit Magazine

In the Dreamtime: The Secret Language of Dreams

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Go Inside the Secret Language of Dreams to Understand the Messages of the Nighttime. Get Pamela’s new book, on sale now!

Welcome to In the Dreamtime! For my forty first column, I would like to take a different approach than I usually do for this column and announce my new book Learn the Secret Language of Dreams. This book couldn’t have happened without this column because a large percentage of the dreams and interpretations are from the columns. Although, I have clients and my personal dreams in the book as well.

pamela cuminsThis book draws upon my twenty five year journey of studying and helping my clients with dream communication. I spent a few weeks going through the columns to find different styles of dreams to go into the correct chapters for each dream category. The reason for this is described in the second paragraph of the dream book description:

Symbolism in dreams is not a “one size fits all.”  One symbol can mean many things. In order to understand the nature of dream symbolism more clearly, you will~ Read the rest at Bellesprit Magazine

Dreams Are Weird Enough Without Adding Technology

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Did you know that our dreams can be affected by our environment? When you are sleeping and Mother Nature is calling, you could dream about looking for a toilet or every stalls are taken in a public bathroom. If your neighbor is playing loud music that could make you dream about being at a rock concert or night club.

The technology we use also will appear in our dreams. I love to tweet, in fact, if you are on Twitter please follow me at @RevPamela and I will follow you back. I have quite a few dreams about Twitter! I dreamed of having~ Read the rest at Pamela’s Dream Blog

Take a Sneak Peek into Learn the Secret Language of Dreams

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Ten months ago, I announced my upcoming eBook was available for preorder through Smashwords and their eBook distributors. The title gives you a general idea what the book is about, today I will reveal even more with the eBook’s introduction:

The journey of learning and understanding your personal dream symbolism is a lifelong process; you must be willing to dedicate the time to write down your dreams, observe recurring symbols, and look within to see the truth of where you are in your current life. Many people seem daunted by this prospect because we live in an instant gratification world. They want to know why they dreamed of swimming in a cesspool or being chased by someone, so they think the answer lies in a dream dictionary. These types of dream books are a good start, yet one symbol could have many meanings, and when you mix in each individual with their different life stories, one symbol has endless interpretations. You will learn more about this in Chapter One regarding dream symbolism.

This eBook, Learn the Secret Language of Dreams, will introduce you to the different styles of dreams that occur in the dreamtime to aid you in understanding what the dream language is all about. You may be asking yourself ~ Read the rest at Pamela’s Dream Blog

Discover What Dreaming of Quotes in a Painting Means

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I was at a seminar, where I met a lady that came to the lounge area in a restroom. This lady had purchased a piece of art work painting that had nothing but quotes, sayings, and messages. She asked me to read one of the statements because she could not see it well enough to read it (I don’t remember what the statement was). Also, somehow another series of statements, sayings, and quotes appeared. I believe this set came from a website on her laptop. I then told her that it must be my intention to give her a message. When I made that statement a woman appeared behind a glass window, along with another woman, and a man standing behind her. They appeared in animation form and I had a feeling of her mother and grandparents.

Interpretation ~ read the interpretation at Bellesprit Magazine 

You Need to Remember That Intense, Valuable Dream

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This morning upon awakening, I tried to remember my dream, and was so annoyed that I couldn’t recall the details. The emotional aftereffects remained and I got the jiffs of my dream without the specifics. The basis of my dream was I had a task I needed to do, but got off track doing something else less important. In real life that happens to me too often. One example is I log into my email account to send someone an email, notice an email I received, read it and other emails, and then log off. Once I’m logged off, I realized I forgot to send the email; so annoying! It is human nature to forget dreams when we wake up and things we need to do during the day.

I’m lucky that I always have remembered many of my dreams. When I first got serious about learning the secret language of dreams; I recorded my dreams daily. A dream journal is a useful tool to have: you can reflect on your dreams~ Read the rest at Pamela’s Dream Blog

Are Dream Dictionaries Reliable in Their Interpretation?

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Last Saturday, I was browsing the metaphysical section of Barnes and Nobles in Wilmington, NC, when I noticed a teenage girl holding a huge dream dictionary. I overheard the young teenager say to her mother, “Look at this huge dictionary, I wonder if it really helps?” I couldn’t resist going over and putting in my two cents.

I introduced myself as a Dream Interpreter and asked for permission to talk about the subject, which they gave. I told them that a dream dictionary was a good basic reference, but dream interpretation was a lot more complicated. Read the rest at Pamela’s Dream Blog