I’ve packed this Full Moon episode full of gems that I hope will bring you a few “ah-ha moments” about your own dreams. Listen in to hear highlights from three of the Members’ Episodes from the past 6 months.
Each month, The Dreamers’ Den Membership Community gets a bonus podcast episode. These are generally a little more casual, and also a little more focused, diving in deep on one particular theme. If you’d like to hear more like this and join our forum and live dream group calls, consider joining the Membership Community when doors open again on the New Moon, March 13. Click here for more info.
This episode includes some of my thoughts on color in dreams; most of a conversation I had with Billie Ortiz about numbers and tarot in dreams; and an episode about tracking the characters in your dreams. You’ll hear about:
Associations for the colors blue, green, red and yellow from the Chinese Five Elements system, and in relationship to the chakras
An example dream with yellow shoes (think yellow traffic lights, and the integrity of Earth)
Billie’s take on the number 12 in connection with the Hanged Man and sacrifice, and 13 with Death
The symbol of a donut (as Billie says, with dreams, “you never know what you’re going to get!”)
How 5 and 6 relate to our 5 familiar senses and our 6th sense of intuition
The numbers 3 and 4 in Jung’s thinking and in tarot
This important question when something is missing in a dream: “What did the dream take away from me?”
Getting the big picture of what types of characters tend to show up in your dreams (and a recurring character in mine)
“Embodying” interesting characters through imagination, for a change of perspective that I can trust matters in my life
I hope you enjoy these highlights, and that one or a few of them strike a chord for you. If you want to hear the rest of the last six month’s episodes (including one about dream incubation, and more depth from former podcast guests Teresa Vazquez and Kezia Vida), plus keep up with all the new ones, I hope you’ll consider joining the Membership Community. Click here to learn more about it.
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