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Dream Interpretation: What Do Your Dreams Mean?

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Dreams. Visual stories that play out in your subconscious while your physical body is asleep. What causes these mental movies and why is it that some dreams feel more pertinent or impactful than others? Can dreams be used as guides or foresight for future insights? What are dreams and what do they mean? People have been asking these questions for centuries.

For many ancient cultures, dreams are messages from the Gods that should be deeply analyzed. Aristotle believed that dreams are nothing more than your sensory organs’ movement, while philosophers, Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, believed that dreams spoke to an individual’s sexual or creative desires.

Dream Interpretation: What Do Your Dreams Mean

Jane Teresa Anderson, dream analyst, dream therapist, mentor, and author encourages us to explore our dreams as tools to better understand ourselves and to provide clarity for psychological health. She explains that similar to updating a computer’s hard drive, the act of dreaming is your mind processing, organizing, and cleaning up your experiences.

When you understand your dreams you understand yourself and when you understand yourself you understand your world. You can then look at your world and decide what needs to be changed.

Jane Teresa

Tune in to the video below as the expert dream analyst, Jane Teresa, discusses decoding dreams and the underlining messages they provide.

For more information on dream analysis visit JaneTeresa.com.

Shannan Slevin

Shannan Slevin is a leading expert in driving organizational, community, and individual well-being. She pulls from a wide range of methodologies with a background in Communications, Astrology, Pilates, Yoga, GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM®, Integrative Health Coaching, Nutrition, and Mindful Leadership. Shannan has taught more than 5,000 students, including high-integrity CEOs, Venture Capitalists, entrepreneurs, business owners, and C-suite executives—she encourages self-awareness, creativity, and consciousness through all of her endeavors.

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