Dream Dictionary



As to what trauma is I tend to leave a lot of ideas behind and look at any life form – and I believe that trauma is anything that interferes with the development of that […]...More


You Me

You are the great theme of your dreams. You are the mystery your dreams explore and reveal. As you will gradually discover if you take the journey into yourself, you are much more than you […]...More

Interpreting Dreams

Dreams images are like icons on a computer screen – you have to ‘click’ on your dream images to make them come alive. Thinking about them doesn’t work. You need to open yourself to the […]...More


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Function of Dreaming

1 –      An expression of what is happening in the physical body. Some doctors consider dreams to show signs of illness long before they are evident in other ways. Women frequently know they […]...More

Poetry Writers and dreams

Writing of prose or poetry can arise from many human impulses. It can be the basic sexual urge; the urge to become famous or rich; or the tremendous impulse to get enough to eat and […]...More


The platypus is a creature that seems to bridge the gap between egg laying creatures and mammals that carry their unborn inside them. The platypus is a warm blooded mammal but lays eggs. As far […]...More


The word heather comes from the word ‘heath’ which is a shrubland habitat found mainly on free-draining infertile, acidic soils, and is characterised by open, low-growing woody vegetation. It is often high ground where little […]...More


Depends what they are used for in dream. Can be security in life if flooring – or sense of losing basic support if rotten floor. See: floor under house and buildings. If for making something: […]...More


Our irrational self or mind works in quite a different way to our rational or logical mind mind. Our logical mind works usually from things it already knows to reach conclusions unless it is researching […]...More

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