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After the question, "What does my dream mean?" the most common question that I get as a dreamworker is, "Can I connect with my departed relatives through my dreams?" Even the most intrepid "dreams-mean-nothing" dreamers ask about this. Last week I was talking with Mia, my hairdresser, about a Dream Salon we are going to do at her hair studio to help get word out about both the power of dreamwork and my book, Modern Dreamwork: New Tools for Decoding Your Soul's Wisdom. Her husband, also a stylist there, overheard us and joined the conversation saying, "I don't dream, and I don't think they mean anything anyhow, but if I did I would want to see my mom again. She died 5 years ago." After ...

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Imagine you are walking along minding your own business when, without warning, a tiger with rippling muscles and velvety stripes bounds into your path. You stare in shock into its glowing eyes, and your body kicks into a reaction of fear: adrenaline pumps, your heart jumps, you break into a terrified sweat. The tiger snarls, and you know he's about to spring you. Then, thank goodness, you understand the truth of the situation—you are dreaming! Yes; this is a dream tiger, and no matter what happens next, you know that afterwards you will wake up safely in your bed with no torn flesh, no mauled limbs. Relief flows through you, along with the super-lucid clarity of knowing that you ...

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When I ask people about their dreams, many times they will recount experiences of crazy landscapes where anything can happen (and probably will). But more often than not, what I hear about is the regularly recurring, repetitive dream that has haunted the dreamer their entire life; I hear over and over again from people that they "always dream of ______" (fill in the blank). It is not that these people have no dream imagination; it is much more about the effectiveness of the dream process as a tool for helping the mind achieve balance. As an example, say you are someone who has a recurring dream of driving a car up a hill. The hill is steep. You keep going, only to get to the point where ...

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When out and about in the world, people find out what I do, I am immediately branded as someone interesting to talk to and I am asked a variety of questions. This may be one of the reasons I was drawn to devoting my life to dreams in the first place; this universal fascination with dreams has offered me a lifetime of turning small talk into an opportunity to express about what I'm most passionate. There are several questions that I am always asked with great consistency. The first is usually, "Does every dream mean something?" to which I always reply, "Only if you ask." The second most frequent question goes something like this: "I hear that everyone in your dreams is really part of you. ...

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