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Dr. Janece O. Hudson http://janecehudson.com Let's Talk About Dreams Mon, 20 May 2013 21:43:57 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.4.10 DO YOU SLEEPWALK? http://janecehudson.com/2013/03/do-you-sleepwalk/ http://janecehudson.com/2013/03/do-you-sleepwalk/#respond Wed, 06 Mar 2013 20:59:33 +0000 http://janecehudson.com/?p=370 WHAT ABOUT SLEEPWALKING? 

And sleeptalking? What am I dreaming?  Actually, certain sleep disorders like walking or talking in your sleep or like grinding your teeth (bruxism) or bedwetting (enuresis) don’t occur during REM. They usually happen when you’re more deeply … Read the rest

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WHAT ABOUT SLEEPWALKING? 

And sleeptalking? What am I dreaming?  Actually, certain sleep disorders like walking or talking in your sleep or like grinding your teeth (bruxism) or bedwetting (enuresis) don’t occur during REM. They usually happen when you’re more deeply asleep. (When we’re in REM and dreaming, a mechanism at the base of the brain shuts down gross motor movement and, in effect, paralyzes us so that we don’t grab a bat and start whacking the dream monsters after us or run screaming down the street.) And sleep disorders often run in families. They also occur more frequently in children, who usually grow out of these behaviors.

Is sleepwalking dangerous? It can sometimes result in accidents like falling down stairs, but it’s not dangerous per se and doesn’t make you weird. Bruxism can damage the teeth, and habitual teeth grinders may need to sleep with a mouthguard. Check with your doctor or dentist if you have concerns.ноутбуки фотокерамическая сковородаcallgirl turkeyкисть для растушевкиadwords priceцентр

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Cacti http://janecehudson.com/2012/11/cacti/ http://janecehudson.com/2012/11/cacti/#respond Sat, 24 Nov 2012 21:28:02 +0000 http://janecehudson.com/?p=362 I AM A CACTUS . . .

Using a role-playing technique to figure out your dream symbols and their meaning, say to yourself (or aloud): “I am a cactus. I am . . .” Then list all your descriptors–and not Read the rest

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I AM A CACTUS . . .

Using a role-playing technique to figure out your dream symbols and their meaning, say to yourself (or aloud): “I am a cactus. I am . . .” Then list all your descriptors–and not just the obvious visual ones. What does it feel like to be a cactus?  Example: I am green (ho-hum). I don’t always get enough water. (Are you drinking your quota per day?) I’m prickly. (Have you been “prickly” lately?) I live in a lonely, barren place. (Whoa! Have you been feeling like this lately?) I am a survivor! Try it on your own.

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Light Bulb Moment http://janecehudson.com/2012/06/light-bulb-momment/ http://janecehudson.com/2012/06/light-bulb-momment/#respond Sat, 02 Jun 2012 19:10:11 +0000 http://janecehudson.com/?p=353 EUREKA! I’ve Got It!

I’ll bet that one of the first things you thought of when you saw this drawing of a light bulb was: an idea, the light dawns, or seeing the light. It’s used so often as a Read the rest

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EUREKA! I’ve Got It!

I’ll bet that one of the first things you thought of when you saw this drawing of a light bulb was: an idea, the light dawns, or seeing the light. It’s used so often as a symbol in cartoons or other visual presentations that we have immediate associations. It’s an excellent example to help us understand our personal dream symbols. The concrete objects (or people or places) in our dreams, like the light bulb, represent abstract concepts for us. Some images are so common to all of us that we often share the same associations. Others are highly personal. Always ask yourself about your dream symbols: what do I associate with a light bulb, a pickle, an airplane, an octopus, an engineer, or Minneapolis? Doing so will help you figure out what your dreams are trying to tell you. Check out my book  INTO YOUR DREAMS for more information. It’s available online and at your favorite bookstore.

 

 

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Minister, Priest, Rabbi http://janecehudson.com/2012/05/ministers-and-priests/ http://janecehudson.com/2012/05/ministers-and-priests/#respond Fri, 18 May 2012 23:14:17 +0000 http://janecehudson.com/?p=344 Higher Selves or Something Less?

What does it mean when someone dreams of a minister, priest, rabbi, or other religious representative? I know what it means to me, but the important issue is: what does that figure mean to youRead the rest

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Higher Selves or Something Less?

What does it mean when someone dreams of a minister, priest, rabbi, or other religious representative? I know what it means to me, but the important issue is: what does that figure mean to you? While I may, because of my life experiences, associate such a person with piety, godliness, and higher moral principles and ideals, your experiences may be similar or they may be vastly different. If you were abused by such a church leader as a child, you may have generalized your feelings so that the religious leader represents pain and hypocrisy.  Others have various experiences and might think of everything between a symbol of love and hope to one of despair and evil itself. Always look to your own life events to find the meaning of your dream symbols.city of dania beach floridavoice overtopпаркет монтажopteckсайт яндекс

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In A Nutshell http://janecehudson.com/2012/04/in-a-nutshell/ http://janecehudson.com/2012/04/in-a-nutshell/#respond Sat, 28 Apr 2012 21:49:15 +0000 http://janecehudson.com/?p=337 An Easy Way to Figure Out a Dream.  While dreams often seem bizarre and difficult to understand, there are several ways to tackle the weird dream you had the night or morning before. One is to boil it down to Read the rest

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An Easy Way to Figure Out a Dream.  While dreams often seem bizarre and difficult to understand, there are several ways to tackle the weird dream you had the night or morning before. One is to boil it down to its essence, its theme, its meaning in generalities–in a nutshell. You can often do that in a sentence or two. Take this example from my book, INTO YOUR DREAMS:

(A woman’s dream.) I am alone at home (not my current house but one from several years ago). It’s night, and I’m in bed asleep when a noise rouses me. I awake to discover an intruder–a tall, dark man–and I know that he’s come to loot the house. I don’t feel personally threatened, and I don’t care so much about his taking the TVs or silver, but I don’t want to lose the information on my computer. Knowing that I need help, I run out the front door and try to yell for help, but my throat seems closed and no sound comes out. I keep trying to yell, “Help! Help,” until I’m finally able to get the words out. Now yelling loudly, I run to a neighbor’s house, bang on the door, and ring the doorbell. By this time all my neighbors are gathering outside and coming to my rescue. I feel relieved. (Note the feeling here.)

Now, using general terms and only one or two sentences, tell what this dream is about. Describe the central idea of the dream as if this were a blurb for a TV show. Give it in a nutshell. (When you’ve done that, scroll down.)

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Maybe you said something like: This is about a woman who, when faced with a daunting (scary, overwhelming, etc.) situation, tries to ask for help, but she has difficulty doing so. When she finally does, help comes. That’s the dream in a nutshell. Can you tell now what the woman’s problem is? Can you see how her inner self, her unconscious is trying to show her how she needs to change her behavior?

The moral to this story is: When you need help, ask for it! People will come to your aid.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Snakes http://janecehudson.com/2012/04/snakes/ http://janecehudson.com/2012/04/snakes/#comments Mon, 09 Apr 2012 21:27:37 +0000 http://janecehudson.com/?p=319 A Little Snaky. When was the last time you dreamed of a snake? How do you feel about snakes in your waking life?  Are you phobic? Was your dream snake poisonous or harmless? Depending on your feelings and the … Read the rest

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A Little Snaky. When was the last time you dreamed of a snake? How do you feel about snakes in your waking life?  Are you phobic? Was your dream snake poisonous or harmless? Depending on your feelings and the context, snakes can symbolize many things from temptation (remember the Garden of Eden?) to healing (the medical symbol). The spiritual life force within is sometimes represented by a raised serpent (kundalini). Snakes can be toxic or wise. I’ve even heard of bunches of small, teeming snakes representing literal toxins in the body.

Since our dream symbols can be concrete images for figures of speech, think of all those ideas, including a snake in the grass, lower than a snake’s belly, the whole deal was snakey, being “snake-bit,” and scads of others. Check out my book INTO YOUR DREAMS for more details on how to work with your dreams of snakes and a host of other symbols.


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Nails http://janecehudson.com/2012/03/nails/ http://janecehudson.com/2012/03/nails/#comments Sat, 24 Mar 2012 16:10:06 +0000 http://janecehudson.com/?p=312 Hit the Nail on the Head!

Have you ever noticed all the figures of speech we have for nails? I’m talking about the kind pictured here. Fingernails and toenails are a whole other subject. When you dream about nails, are … Read the rest

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Hit the Nail on the Head!

Have you ever noticed all the figures of speech we have for nails? I’m talking about the kind pictured here. Fingernails and toenails are a whole other subject. When you dream about nails, are you putting something together, “nailing” it, or pounding something home? Think about all the ways you use nails or use them to illustrate a “point.” How is your dream using such a symbol? Look for all the figures of speech your dream may be using instead of a plain tack or six-penny.

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Happy New Year! http://janecehudson.com/2011/12/happy-new-year/ http://janecehudson.com/2011/12/happy-new-year/#respond Sun, 01 Jan 2012 02:07:34 +0000 http://janecehudson.com/?p=305 Oh, Baby!

The old year is often portrayed as an aged Father Time while the new year is a baby. Why is that? To most of us babies represent the promise of new beginnings, fresh starts. Many of us also … Read the rest

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Oh, Baby!

The old year is often portrayed as an aged Father Time while the new year is a baby. Why is that? To most of us babies represent the promise of new beginnings, fresh starts. Many of us also use babies in dreams as similar symbols: new beginnings, new undertakings, new projects, new ideas.

A woman once dreamed of a baby covered in a humongous amount of poop. What was that about? We might ask her if she was involved in any new projects or ideas, etc. Turned out that she and a friend had been discussing the notion of going into business together. Sounded to me as if her unconscious was strongly suggesting that it was a “crappy” (ahem) idea.

Have you ever dreamed about babies? What was the context? What was going on in your life? Sometimes the age of the baby might suggest the age of the undertaking. Or your dreams of babies may indicate something else altogether.  What do you associate with babies?translateдтп киев сегодняocean club key midtown-miami floor plansраскрутка сайта пермьnew developments in browardмолодежь церкви возрождение

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HO! HO! HO! http://janecehudson.com/2011/12/ho-ho-ho/ http://janecehudson.com/2011/12/ho-ho-ho/#respond Mon, 19 Dec 2011 06:27:57 +0000 http://janecehudson.com/?p=301 The Spirit of Christmas

When anybody dreams of Santa Claus, I believe most of us would associate him with the spirit of Christmas, the joy, the wonder of children and their wish list. We think of gifts and giving and … Read the rest

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The Spirit of Christmas

When anybody dreams of Santa Claus, I believe most of us would associate him with the spirit of Christmas, the joy, the wonder of children and their wish list. We think of gifts and giving and family. What does Santa mean to you? What were your childhood memories? Have you ever dreamed of the jolly little man or his reindeer?

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Law Enforcement Officers http://janecehudson.com/2011/12/law-enforcement-officers/ http://janecehudson.com/2011/12/law-enforcement-officers/#respond Sun, 04 Dec 2011 03:32:42 +0000 http://janecehudson.com/?p=292 Cheese it! The Cops!

How often do you dream of a policeman, a sheriff, a constable, a Mountie, or a Texas Ranger? What does it mean? What was the context in your dream?

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Cheese it! The Cops!

How often do you dream of a policeman, a sheriff, a constable, a Mountie, or a Texas Ranger? What does it mean? What was the context in your dream?

Were you having a pleasant cup of coffee with a cop or had he pulled you over for speeding or some other infraction? Law enforcement officers may show up in dreams to remind us to slow down and navigate life more safety or be prepared to face the consequences. They remind us to walk the straight and narrow. They may represent the voice of conscience. Or protection. Or Universal Law. Does your heart beat faster when you see flashing lights in your rear view mirror? What do you associate with the various branches of law enforcement? Tell me about your cop dreams.

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