How the 5 Elements Are Speaking in Your Dreams wood fire earth metal water thedreamersden.org

Your dreams are rich with symbols, even symbols you might never have heard of. This video is an intro to the Five Elements (as used in Traditional Chinese Medicine) and how they show up in your dreams. You’ll learn about each element’s motion, color, season, emotion, and corresponding organ in the body. Grab the free…

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I Can't See My Own Face I Rely on a Dream Group by Leilani Navar thedreamersden.org

I’d say I’m “experienced” in working with my dreams, but I wouldn’t say I’m an “expert.” I’m not sure a person can be an expert on their own dreams. Of course, I say that at the same time that I hold this belief: only the dreamer can know the meaning of their own dream. How…

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Why Dreams with Chinese Medicine dream group interpretation symbolism by Leilani Navar at thedreamersden.org

I’ve had to admit that only certain people lean in and ask for more when I say, “I had such an interesting dream last night…” Others give a vague, “Hm,” or steer the conversation to another subject. And that’s fine. I love talking about dreams – with people who love talking about dreams. When a friend shares a…

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5 Ways Dreams Invite Insights about Physical Health dream interpretation symbols by Leilani Navar at thedreamersden.org

You’ve had those dreams, right, that you just know are important? But you have no idea what they mean? In my experience, every dream is significant. But at first glance, I usually have no idea what a dream means either. Stepping into dreamwork is like stepping blindfolded into a space filled with sounds, scents, and textures. Disorienting, mysterious, and endlessly interesting. We…

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Metal imagery in dreams Five Element dream interpretation by Leilani Navar at thedreamersden.org

Yes and no. The radiance of sound and light. Poignancy. Grief. In the cosmology of Chinese medicine, these resonate with the Metal element. This means they also resonate with the Lungs – think of an inhale, discernment of what stays (oxygen) and what goes (carbon dioxide), then an exhale. The Large Intestine is our other “Metal…

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