LifeForce Abundance Coach
EFT ("Tapping") Coach

Image : Nancy looking skyward

Nancy L. Neff
Vision and Dreams Coach
Email: Nancy@dreamersight.com

EFT coaching sessions
Vision coaching sessions
Dream coaching sessions

Contact Nancy

Early November 2014 Dreamer Sight Newsletter

Hello, and a sensational second week of November to you!
Welcome, or welcome back, to my newsletter. The photo above has me looking up, at I'm not sure what. I like that my eyes are open and the whites are white (not bloodshot!). As my vision improves, my eyes look healthier, as well as seeing in a more healthy way.

Today's issue has 2 articles, one about dreams, and one about vision and appreciating what you see, whatever it is. Enjoy!

Dream themes: Why do I so often dream of that?
dream owl One advantage of keeping a dream journal is that it allows you to spot recurring themes in your dreams. Perhaps these represent long-standing problems you've been working on (and your subconscious is working on while you sleep!). Or maybe they're showing you an aspect of yourself which is dormant during the day, so it comes out to "play" and stretch its muscles at night.

A frequent theme in my own dreams is teaching and learning, in all different kinds of formal and informal classroom settings, with myself as teacher or student or apprentice teacher. Yes, this is a big part of who I am, awake or asleep!

Another common dream theme for me is children, from babies who speak more wisely than most adults, to young girls or boys, still developing and figuring out the world, who each seem drawn to communicate with me. I felt so lost and unguided for a lot of my own childhood that I love to make it a little easier for other kids than it was for me. And it feels like I'm somehow time-traveling back to also help my younger self when I do this. In my coaching work I often connect deeply with the Inner Child who can be buried deeply inside the logical adult, and still needs to be heard.

To see one of my dreams from a few years ago about communicating with children, click here.

Vision: Enjoying what you see
late autumn foliage With the colder weather in NY and the vivid autumn foliage fading, some people's mood seems to be getting chilly too. Walking on a cool and cloudy day, I was enjoying how clearly I could see the details on a nearby evergreen tree, noting the obvious differences in depth. I greeted a neighbor cheerfully, commenting on what a nice day it was, to be met with a grumpy "Hmmph! We'll probably be dealing with snow soon!", as if snow was the Black Plague.

With my ongoing energy medicine, EFT and vision improvement studies, it's becoming more and more apparent to me that to be in the present is essential for a happy healthy life. Maybe your present isn't ideal right now, but fighting it and getting upset about it won't help!

Along this line, I'm thinking of someone looking at a gorgeous sunset, and saying, "Oh, but wouldn't it be even prettier with a litle more of that peach color?". What is right in front of your eyes, right here, right now, may have beauty just waiting to be discovered. All you have to do is let it in.

For more on vision and appreciating whatever you see, click here.

If you're unfamiliar with EFT, you'll find a brief overview here, so you can learn more about it.

Would you like your own copy of future newsletters?
If a friend forwarded this to you, or you are reading it from a post on Facebook, this is a hit-or-miss method of receiving it -- you might not get it next time. If you'd like to be on my distribution list, send me a short note here. You can unsubscribe at any time. Thanks -- I love connecting with you!

Please send me your questions and comments
Let me know what you've wondered about concerning vision or dreams or EFT. I'd be glad to write a short article addressing that very topic. Thanks to those of you who have sent me questions, or see a question you asked me in a private session written about here. You're helping many other people! Enjoy the early part of this deep rich month of November. I'll write again in a week or so. Take care!

Click here to see newsletters you may have missed.

Click here to unsubscribe.

© Copyright 2014. All rights reserved.