“Dreams are today's answers to tomorrow's questions.”
~ Edgar Cayce, American psychic, Reincarnationist, (1877-1945)
Dreams--how often do you awaken and wonder what your dream meant? I had to smile later this morning, when I received the email about psychiatrist, Brian Weiss' latest video on Dreams, as I had a early morning dream that I was wondering about. At times, my dreams are very vivid, and most often, detailed. I've also had prophetic dreams, and a few that I would consider past life dreams. And I enjoy dreaming!
Years ago, a couple of times, I saw the late Betty Bethards, a well-known psychic and healer. The first time I saw her, she gave me a free mini-reading (that turned out to be "right-on,"), but at that time I bought her 1983 book, The Dream Book: Symbols for Self Understanding. I often refer to it all these years later. I believe her book is the best on dream interpretation, problem solving, and inspiration. I also had the opportunity to meet her and have a free mini reading once, and to then hear her lectures on three occasions. Her energy work and demonstrations were most inspirational. Her other book that I have, is “Sex and Psychic Energy,” which is also a interesting book.
Betty Bethards stated: "Dreams are a lot of fun once you understand what's going on. Just think--free movies every night starrring yourself!"
She's right, you know.
Happy to see that her Dream book is still available in print and Kindle—and I will continue to recommend it.
And Dr. Weiss mentions one of his books, which happens to be one of my favorites, Only Love is Real, the Story of Soulmates Reunited.
You may like to read my previous blog post on Dreams:
Psychic Abilities: Abraham Lincoln and His Precognitive Dreams.
Belief in Dreams