9 Ways to Work with Waking Dreams as Intuitive Dream Medicine

Waking dreams are just as important as sleeping dreams when creating a dream practice.

Looking for synchronicities, dreamlike circumstances, and other signs while awake adds another dimension to dreamwork that hones your intuitive skills.

Here’s an example that happened to me this weekend.

Before going on a hike, I stepped into a Porta Potty. On the floor was a very small, purple feather. Since it was a Porta Potty, I wasn’t eager to pick the feather up, but

Managing Cancer Pain with Healing Dreams

Often the claim is made that dreams are healing. Usually, dream workers are talking about psychological healing, or the knack for dreams to highlight the areas in our lives that need attention, courage and renewal.

Lucid Dreaming: How Visiting Hogwarts Can Help You Heal

I have been listening to my dreams my entire life.  In fact, one of my earliest childhood memories is of a scary dream of a big black raven.  Later, when I was around 9 years old I had another nightmare that at my tender age sent me to the library researching books on dream interpretation.

As I grew up, I continued to jot down my dreams in journals.  I never knew quite what to do with

Do All Dreams Come to Help You?

Dreamworker Jeremy Taylor popularized the phrase, “All dreams come in the service of health and wholeness.” (Read Where People Fly and Water Runs Uphill by Jeremy Taylor). What he means is that all dreams are here to help us.

But is it true? Are all dreams here to help us? To serve us? To guide us toward wholeness?

People often ask how dreams of war, disaster, disease, dilapidated homes, boogie-men, betrayal, and affairs of the heart come

Why it’s Helpful to Explore Dreams with Other People

Many people can easily understand one or two layers of their own dreams. That’s because dreams usually reflect parts of your life you’re already conscious or semi-conscious about. In other words, dreams can remind you of things you already know.