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Decoding dreams to discover potential.
Do you want to know all about your partner before saying "I do"? Listening to your dreams can help you make valuable decisions.
Now that so many of us have been inoculated against the virus, we should be relaxed and thrilled to go back out again. Our dreams seem to disagree.
Do you think a nightmare is a bad thing? Understanding how to connect your dream to the waking situation it is reflecting can change your perspective completely.
Ever wonder why you dream that your teeth are falling out? Here's a look at three dreamers who employed this common image to reflect completely different situations in their lives.
When a dream about others prompts you to reflect on your own qualities.
Wondering if that dream about your ex means you want him back? If you know where to look, our dreams are sure to surprise when it comes to pointing us in the right direction.
Ever wonder why the same image is repeating in your dreams? Ideas help discovery; they are a point of reference or perhaps your unconscious hoping to capture your attention.
What does a dream of pain mean? This one reveals a dreamer's resilience and shows how she can protect herself in a hurtful situation.
Ever wonder what to do about a recent conflict? Check in with your dreams for the suggestions and solutions you can find there.
In times of intense public discourse and even turmoil, prominent symbols from our national discussion often appear in people’s dreams.
When conflict crops up in dreams, are you suppressing feelings of anger or resentment toward that person?
Some dreams feel magical. Carly's dream was filled with flashing UFOs, giant robots, and flying cougars. Find out how all this reflected her waking life situation.
How and why do memories from our past appear in our dreams?
Find out how Sarah dreaming of her grandmother and late grandfather helped her make a decision concerning her boyfriend and the quarantine.
Layne Dalfen, author of the Have a Great Dream books, established and runs The Dream Interpretation Center, founded in 1997, lectures at Concordia University in Montreal, and appears frequently on radio and television.