Episode 1: Uplifting Gifts from Unassuming Dreams (a conversation with Melissa Grace)

Melissa Grace Dreamers Den Podcast Interview with Leilani Navar www.thedreamersden.org

Melissa’s open-heartedness and deep attention are so welcoming that I spontaneously shared this morning’s dream with her, right after we got on the phone. I share it with you later in the episode.

Throughout this conversation, you’ll hear stories from each of us about our own dreams, including a couple of unexpected “transcendent experiences” that arose from unassuming dreams.

Melissa describes experiences that we are led to through dreams as “uniquely ours, and reliably ours.” So true!

Dreams always impress me with how specific they are to the individual dreamer. And, at the same time, how they apply to the wider world. To the collective. Melissa and I are having this conversation at a time when we are grateful for any guidance we can get about what’s happening in the wider world.

You’ll also hear about Melissa’s work with clients who are more empathic and intuitively sensitive than the average person. Especially in these times, she’s gotten to witness these people find clarity and the opportunity for healing through dreams.

You’ll love hearing all of this just as Melissa expresses it, so scroll down and click “Play” now to listen to the full interview!

I’ll share one other take-away here: Allow yourself to engage with your dreams intuitively. You don’t need intellectual knowledge or even another person to “do dreamwork.” You don’t need anything more than you, your dream and some curiosity. You can start expressing creatively, engaging in imaginative conversation, or simply exploring the sensations and emotions associated with a certain dream or dream image. The relationship between you and the dream can unfold from there.

Ready to open up or deepen your own relationship with your dreams? Click here to get access to my free video and pdf inviting you to dive deeper.

Enjoy the episode!

Melissa Grace’s website: www.thenightisjung.com. FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNightIsJung/. Instagram: @thenightisjungdreamguide.

Music by East Forest.

4 Comments

  1. Ellen Davidson on April 10, 2020 at 2:50 pm

    Great podcast!

    So true about experiences with the transcendent staying with us.

    • Leilani Navar on April 10, 2020 at 6:40 pm

      Indeed. Thanks, Ellen!

  2. Jenny Sieck on May 7, 2020 at 5:35 pm

    This is such a beautiful conversation. It is just what is needed right now….

    • Leilani Navar on May 7, 2020 at 9:10 pm

      Thank you Jenny! So glad to hear that it resonated with you.

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