End of November 2014 Dreamer Sight Newsletter
Hello, and an easygoing end of November to you!
Welcome, or welcome back, to my newsletter.
The photo above shows me beaming with joy at the opening and
transformation of a friend I cherish from Scotland whom I
don't see very often. If you are proud of someone in your
life, let her know!
Today's issue has 2 articles. The first is on dreams which show
you behaving in a way you normally wouldn't. The second
article is about EFT and the occasional side effect of tears.
On the other hand, you may see yourself behaving in dreams in a
way which excites you, giving a speech in front of a big audience
when you have crippling stage fright! Rather than dismiss this
as "only a dream", hanging onto your fear which is so familiar,
consider that it might actually happen someday. My dream teacher
says our dreams show us our possible future, which we can
either keep steering toward, or change our actions to steer away
from. You're at the helm of your Life, so why not make it as
satisfying as you can?
Dreams: I'm not like that when I'm awake!
People have asked me why their behavior in dreams is so
different from who they consider themselves to be.
Recently I dreamed my beloved partner pointed out
a "bad guy", and I promptly bit off the villain's finger!
I don't think I'm any danger to the public (big grin!), just
that I trust my man and his judgment completely and am
fiercely determined to keep us safe.
If you see yourself behaving in a dream in a way which
troubles you, perhaps being cruel or uncaring, especially
if this happens often, it's worth exploring. Are
you so frustrated with a life situation
that you dream of screaming at or punching your boss, or
your controlling relative? If your dreams are sending you
this strong message about how you really feel,
as hard as you might be trying to "make nice", it's time
to see what you can do to shift the dynamic. Unexpressed
emotions, when allowed to fester, can make you sick.
To read more about dream and waking behavior differing, click
During EFT tapping, as the stuck energy starts moving
and blocks start to soften, anger or frustration may turn to
sadness. The client might remember an earlier time when he or she
felt powerless, or was mistreated, and start to cry. Keep tapping!
If these are the tears of the child who wasn't allowed to cry
"back then", let it come up now so you can move past it. As an
adult you have the tools to handle it. Continue to tap, and
it will release.
EFT: Why do I sometimes cry during an EFT session?
I wrote about common reactions to EFT, yawning or feeling heat
moving through the body as the energy shifts. One
other response which can be troubling to newcomers is crying.
The culture is often not supportive of emotional expression,
so we can get in the habit of suppressing our "inappropriate"
reactions automatically. Big boys don't cry!
If we're uncomfortable with our own sadness, we may
unknowingly encourage the denial of it in others. Well-meaning parents
may tell a child that Grandma is happy in Heaven now, so
there is no reason to cry. This invalidates the child's grief,
and could teach her not to trust her own feelings.
If you're unfamiliar with EFT, you'll find a brief overview
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Enjoy your final week of this very special month of November.
I'll write again in a week or so. Take care!