We dream of falling endlessly. We dream about lives, both real and imagined, ours and others. On really hectic days, we may venture into absurdity, dreaming about sharing a burrito with Gautama Buddha atop a flagpole. Dreams have terrified, perplexed, and fascinated us since the dawn of humankind. But what do they mean? From Zoroaster to C.G. Jung, from spirituality to science, great minds have worked to decode the symbolic language of dreams throughout recorded history. In this segment, Kelly Sullivan Walden, a dream therapist, certified clinical hypnotherapist, and the author of I Had The Strangest Dream: The Dreamer’s Dictionary for the 21st Century, helps us to understand the vagueness that lies beyond the gates of sleep. The host of the web radio show The D-Spot and the founder of The Dream Project, Kelly Sullivan Walden’s work focuses on identifying the meaning of contemporary symbols in dreams and life-affirming dream analysis to heal past trauma and help realize future goals. If you’ve been dying to make sense of your dreams, don’t sleep through this interview.
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How about lucid dreaming?
The material on dreams that we covered on this segment is a very different animal than that of lucid dreaming.
Lucid dreaming is interesting and we wanted material that was more accessible to the public than that of lucid dreaming. Enjoy this segment.
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