March 2016 Newsletter
Hello, and a magnificent March to you!
Welcome, or welcome back, to my newsletter.
The photo above is cut from a group shot of me with close friends.
I like how happy and relaxed I look, so I may use it on future
newsletters for a while. Are you spending enough time with
friends who make you happy?
Today's issue has an article on dreams -- are they ever really
Many people dismiss dreams as mental debris or clutter the body is
getting rid of in the night. They think dreams aren't worthy
of dedicated attention, that they have no relevance to
daily life. Or at most, they'll expect a handful of significant
dreams in a lifetime, with the rest being meaningless static.
Unlike some folks, I do not think every dream is
necessarily a "sign from above", that if you dream of a
big luxurious house, you should immediately sell your small
home and buy a palace! I do think dreams are worthy of more
attention than they get, that they can bring guidance you
may not receive in other ways. Maybe that dream of the big house
means your career or health or primary relationship is about
to expand, not the building where you live.
The dreams which seem to get dismissed most readily are the ones
which are least notable at first glance. The housewife dreams of
driving her kids to school or cooking dinner for the family, or the
farmer dreams about his cows or crops. Yet often this kind of
everyday dream can give unexpected insight into a little problem.
Maybe the housewife dreams of a new recipe, or the engineer of a
new approach to a computer design.
Something I like to look at in every dream I remember is my
behavior. Was I pleasant to others, taking responsibility and
helping? In the more dramatic dreams of angels and space
creatures, we can get distracted by the story and forget to
look at our own role. In my dream, did I behave in a way I'm
proud of, and what is this telling me about my behavior
when I'm awake? If I'm angry in the dream, maybe I need to do
some work to process and release the anger, so my
relationships can be smoother and my life more peaceful.
Consider putting a small notebook by the side of your bed.
When you wake, rather than leaping up to start your day, spend
a minute lazily examining the dream images which are already
starting to fade, then write down a sentence or 2 about what
you see or remember. If you're artistic, maybe draw a quick
sketch. Does anything come to mind right away that this dream could
be telling you? My dreams often give me more questions than answers,
but I always have fun exploring them. I'm thinking you will
too, whether they're "ordinary" or not.
To see a very ordinary dream of mine, which still taught me something, click
Notice: session price increase coming soon
Early in the second quarter of the year I'll be raising my price on sessions
and session packages. So if you've been hesitating about booking an
initial session with me, or booking more sessions if you're already a client,
you'll want to take advantage of the current 2014 - 2015 prices.
There's no time like the present! And you are totally worth it.
You can contact me
about scheduling an energy coaching, vision, or dream session. Thanks!
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Enjoy the start of your March.
I'll write again in a few weeks. Take care!