It may surprise you to learn that many highly respected scientists, musicians, artists and inventors have said that their work was completely inspired by their dreams. Albert Einstein, Paul McCartney, George Frederic Handel, Richard Wagner, Robert Louis Stevenson, Charlotte and Emily Bronte, Rene Descartes, Orson Welles, James Watt and D.H. Lawrence, to name but a.. read more →

We all have the ability to dream imaginatively and vividly, and there are many ways in which we can encourage our dream lives to blossom.  We can experience many different types of dreams, which can provide us with great insight and guidance in respect of our daily lives.  Many individuals experience lucid dream states; which.. read more →

The body as a whole is an excellent source of dream imagery. Particularly given the number of body related metaphors in daily use. In general the head and its features are related to spiritual or intellectual matters; whereas dreams of the torso and limbs are to do with physical concerns or instincts. The heart, is.. read more →

Every night, our dreaming body (astral body or spirit) escapes the confines of the conscious world and enters a dimension where existence is timeless. We realize that we are connected soul-to-soul and to everything that exists. In this dimension I believe, we are all psychic. There are three types of psychic dreams, and they are.. read more →

It is impossible to categorize dreams strictly into type because each dream is different and therefore unique in its own right. They can, however, be recognized as basically literal, symbolic or a mixture of literal and symbolic imagery. Once this is discovered, the dream can then be seen as a warning dream, an encouraging dream,.. read more →