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Okay, I know I’ve already written two blogs and did a podcast on the limitations of dream dictionaries books and app. However, the following is for folks new to this blog or who need the reminder. To read this article, please visit my LinkedIn profile at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/truth-dream-dictionaries-pamela-cummins/

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Every night, your dreams are sending you messages while you sleep. What are these messages about? They can be about: denied emotions, future events, visitations from your departed loved ones, and guidance. Many times your dreams are similar to a Guru’s advice on how to solve problems and life direction.

Yes, your dreams do supply you with answers; hence, the category of solution dreams. Solution dreams are one of my favorite styles of dream that I often use. To learn more about this dream category, please click on this site’s category for solution dreams where there are posts on this topic. In some of these post, I mentioned there are times when your answer might not come into your dreams, yet appears in another form when you’re awake.

Here are eleven ways that you may receive your answer:

  1. Song lyrics.
  2. Signs on the road while driving.
  3. Books, whether that’s a book falling off a shelf or seeing the same book over and over.
  4. Numbers on a clock or elsewhere, which you will discover the meaning through numerology and/or angels numbers.
  5. Image posts on social media.
  6. An unexpected article, blog, or email.
  7. Oracle or tarot cards in physical form or online.
  8. Text or call from someone.
  9. A movie, television show, video, or commercial.
  10. Someone else’s conversation that you overheard.
  11. Or having a light bulb moment.

Of course, there are other ways your answers appear. Perhaps you’re thinking those eleven things are just a coincidence? As a dream interpreter and from doing psychic readings, I’ve learned to consider everything that occurs with a client. For instance, once I was giving a reading to a woman about her boss, when out of the blue my two cats interrupted our session with a cat fight – meow, grr, and hiss! I was about to go on with the reading, when a flash about the fight’s symbolism hit me of how their cat fight related to the reading, which I passed on to the client. In other words – everything happens for a reason.

Then, there are times solutions come through both your dreams and waking life for extra validation. This is what happened to me and the inspiration for this blog. Hopefully, my experience will assist in some manner.

In the past six months, my business has undergone some major changes. As many self-employed people know there are many ups and downs in business to accelerate our doubts and fears. This is what happened to me recently. Since I recently did a guest post for Angelorum about Sleeping with Your Tarot Cards to get answers to your problems, I decided to take my own advice.

I placed the Isis card from the Daughters of the Moon tarot deck under my pillow while asking my angels for dream guidance on my business. Sadly, sleep didn’t happen right away. At one point, I opened my eyes, turned my head to observe the time – 11:44 – an intuitive feeling overcame me that there was significance in these numbers and I grabbed my tablet. In general this means new direction. Then I was guided to choose an online tarot card and received the strength card of being strong while being loving to overcome obstacles. Yuppers, even before I fell asleep guidance was coming.

When I eventually fell asleep, I dreamt:

Working at my desk, Merlin started to make the sound of a hairball being stuck in his throat. My response was, “I don’t have time for this.”

As I was awakening, I knew there was more, yet it slipped away. Yes, even a dream interpreter’s dream flee away at times. However, there are messages in this short dream segment such as:

  • Take the time to express yourself.
  • Stop being so wrapped up in business problems.
  • Continue your work despite objection from others or yourself.
  • Warning you of an upcoming hairball.
  • Merlin lets me know he needs more attention; twenty-four hours a day would be preferred!

Honestly, it’s probably all of the above meanings, since I cleaned up Rhiannon’s hairball instead of Merlin after getting out of bed. What’s really awesome was the morning after this dream I was guided to two different oracle decks for my message of the day, the cards guidance was about transformation, perseverance, and compensation. On social media there were posts about being yourself while walking your own unique path. Talk about confirmation!

Did my story inspire you to understand your nighttime and daytime messages? If you need assistance with dream interpretation, please visit my service pages and click for spiritual growth help.

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To subscribe or not to subscribe that is the question. As a society, we tend to enjoy subscriptions, whether that’s with books, movies, or music. It’s almost like being at a smorgasbord where you can pig out, but with entertainment. Have you ever been hooked on a series that’s on Netflix or a similar on-demand video streaming services, it is one A.M.in the morning on a weeknight, but say to yourself – just one more episode?

Many people love subscriptions for the savings and variety of choices. Who makes the most money from subscription plans? Big companies, for example: Netflix, Hulu, iTunes, and Amazon. These companies often take large cuts from authors, musicians, and others profits; however, some people who use these platforms to submit their works can earn mega amounts of income.

Let’s face it, subscription plans are here to stay as the majority of society is using one or more daily. Fortunately, it’s not mandatory where you have to put your creative works. For instance; I agonizes over words, sentences, and paragraphs for my nonfiction books. If I put these eBooks into the Kindle unlimited program (a division of KDP Select), I would be paid less than a half a cent for each page read! This fact, among numerous other reasons, is why my eBooks are available at other online stores and not exclusive to Amazon despite the so-called advantage of the Select program. 

As I mention earlier, we do have a choice on where to put our works. Recently, I received an email from Vivek Puri of Tabletwise inviting me to put my dream interpretation course on his new subscription learning site. My intuition told me to check it out; therefore, I used his scheduler to set up the time to ask questions about his site. And boy, did I have questions! After speaking to Vivek, I knew this would be an ideal platform for my course.

Here’s the scoop, for just $4.99 a month – you will have access to a ton of online courses about health, personal development, and more! To view my online course, please click How to Interpret Your Dreams. If you prefer to own it forever and ever, it’s available at Teachable, where you will also receive coupons on services.

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Ta-dah! After a few years, my free gift has been updated to include two more gifts!

People who come to this site will always find the gift How to Remember Your Dreams useful. It’s interesting to see what blogs received the most views and the blogs about dream journals always obtain a ton of reads. Which is why I wrote the free eBook Got Dreams? Discover Your Ideal Dream Journal that is now part of the package in a PDF. The last gift is a coupon for 25% off the eBook Learn the Secret Language of Dreams that is redeemable at Smashwords.

You can receive these gifts by signing up for my mailing list. Did I hear a groan? I comprehend how annoying it is getting inundated with tons of emails, whether that’s daily or weekly. Believe me, I’ve unsubscribed from my share of email lists. This is the reason why I only send out one email a month and an occasional special announcement. If you’re one of those people who signed up to just get the free gifts and unsubscribed immediately, then I’m glad you have the information. Although, you’re missing out on future valuable dream analysis information.

For more details of the dream interpretation gift package, please click free gift.

If you prefer to only have a copy of Got Dreams? Discover Your Ideal Dream Journal, please visit the books web page for eBook links to receive a free ePub or mobi copy.

Wishing you many sweet and interesting dreams!

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Learn Dream Interpretation by Pamela Cummins - 3w ago

We all got to go; hence, defecating will appear in our dreams. Even if it’s a natural part of life, there are some people who will feel uncomfortable about this post. However, dreams about poop are very common. The following quote from my book Learn the Secret Language of Dreams sums it up nicely:

Please remember that everyone’s dream symbolism is different; therefore, one symbol can literally have thousands of meaning depending on the dreamers: past experiences, obstacles, relationships, upcoming events, and emotions in the dream. These following seven poop dream meanings are for the general public:

  1. Letting go.
  2. Holding on.
  3. Cleansing your issues.
  4. Feeling grossed out.
  5. Reminding you that sh*t happens.
  6. Alerting you to intestinal health problems.
  7. Cleaning up someone else’s messes.

Feelings always play a major part in your dreams, which you can learn more about in these two blogs Emotions in Dreams, Aids in Dream Interpretation and Feeling Emotions in Dreams. Here’s an example to showcase this point with.

After you defecated in a toilet, people walk into the bathroom looking at your poop and some are holding their noses.

  • Embarrassment could mean you don’t want people to know about your issues or bodily functions.
  • A sense of relief may indicate that you can stop hiding who you are and be yourself despite what others think.
  • Anger might be a signal that you don’t want people to know about your dirty laundry.
  • Feeling proud can be symbolic that you no longer care what people think about you.

There are many types of poop dreams; however, a common one is no matter how much you wipe your butt with toilet paper, it’s not coming clean. Which can mean the following:

  • You feel dirty about yourself.
  • You have more issues to resolve that you may be denying.
  • You need to stop being so rough on delicate problems.
  • You have to stop trying to be perfect and accept the imperfect parts of yourself.

Another dream people have about poop is overflowing toilets that can be symbolic for:

  • You’re not dealing with your problems.
  • You take on others crap.
  • You’re full of sh*t literally or symbolically.
  • You’ve plumbing issues at your home.

The last common dream that I will mention is when it’s other people’s poop. Which could be about:

  • Your child finally went number two in the toilet.
  • You allow others to crap all over you.
  • You’re standing up to abuse from others.
  • You’ve realize that it’s their poop and not yours.

As you can see, your poop dream can have many meanings. If you need assistance interpreting your dreams or desire to learn how to interpret your own dreams, please visit dream interpretation services.

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There’s nothing worse than having a remarkable dream and forgetting most of it within minutes upon awakening! This is why you need to record them as soon as possible. Because I specialize in dream interpretation I often hear: I know I should write down my dreams, I don’t like writing, how do I journal my dreams, or why should I go through all that hassle?

All those above comments, questions, plus the tons of views I have received on my blogs about journaling your dreams, inspired me to write a fast how to eBook. Here’s the eBook’s blurb:

Have you ever told yourself upon awakening that you will remember the dream you just had, but forgot large chunks of it within minutes? This is why it’s imperative to record your dreams. Yet, what journal style would work best for you?

Expert dream interpreter, Pamela Cummins, has your answer and more. In Got Dreams? Discover Your Ideal Dream Journal, you will learn: nine different types of dream journals, the benefits of journaling your dreams, how dream interpretation will empower your life, and a glimpse into understanding your dream meanings.

You can easily download the free eBook on your smart phone or tablet at Apple Books (iBooks) or Google Play. It’s also available at Kobo and Barnes and Nobles. At Smashwords you can read it online or download the mobi file to your Kindle. If you live outside of the United States, please click here to find your eBook store.

Hopefully, this eBook will assist you finding your ideal dream journal, while motivating you to record them. Please let others know about this free eBook. Sweet dreams!

For further assistance, please check out my online courses and dream interpretation services.

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Learn Dream Interpretation by Pamela Cummins - 2M ago

Birds have always fascinated humans, whether we are awake or dreaming because we wonder what it would be like if we could fly. Birds’ dream meanings can have thousands of interpretations depending on the species and the dreamer’s feelings and experiences with birds. Yet, here are nine dream meanings of what a bird could mean:

  1. You are ready for flight in an area of your life.
  2. Expression of freedom.
  3. Spiritual messenger.
  4. Feelings of joy.
  5. It is time to express yourself.
  6. Be part of a group.
  7. Leave the flock of people you have been hanging out with.
  8. Stop squawking (complaining) about things.
  9. Sing or write a song.

As always, I encourage you to dig deeper into what your dream means and not take the above possible dream meanings or a dream dictionary definition to heart. You are unique and so are the interpretation of your bird dreams! Your feelings, past experiences, and what is occurring in your life need to be taken into consideration, as well as what’s occurring in the dream and other symbols around them. Let’s use four different bird species to empathize this point.

Crow

  • If you’re feeling stuck in your life, dreaming of a crow is showing you that it’s time to transform. Why? Crows are considered as shape shifters; therefore, it’s time to shift on to something new.
  • For someone who considers crows filthy birds, their dream could be about a person or situation they consider gross.
  • Crow is my animal totem (guardian spirit) who in the past has guided me: to give me validation for an action to take, a source of comfort, or even what direction to take when I’m lost by following their flight path. Hence, because of my experiences a crow is giving me a spiritual message.

Eagle

  • For someone who is or was in the United States military, this dream could be representing your feeling of patriotism.
  • If you’re feeling weak in a dream, the eagle can be a symbol that now is the time to be strong.
  • Dreaming about eagles may represent that you’re protected from harm, since it is illegal to hurt an eagle in the United States.
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Hummingbird

  • To feel joyful when dreaming of a hummingbird could symbolize that happiness is in your future.
  • If you’re in an unhealthy relationship, to dream of a hummingbird flying can mean to make a quick getaway, since they fly so quickly.
  • Dreaming of a hummingbird symbolism may mean that no matter how small or insufficient you felt in the past, you have made accomplishments.

Parakeet

  • Did you have a parakeet in the past? Perhaps this is your deceased parakeet visiting in your dreams.
  • If you have been wondering if winter will ever be over, dreaming of a parakeet is showing you that warmer days are coming.
  • Dreaming of a parakeet may also mean your pet is communicating with you in your dream. This happened to me a few days ago. Pedro is the inspiration for this blog and he’s in the pictures at the end of this blog post.

All these different possible interpretations aren’t meant to overwhelm you, instead they’re meant to inspire you to examine your dream to discover its true meaning.

Do you need assistance in interpreting your dreams? Please visit my dream interpretation services page to find the service that works for you.

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In my blog and last podcast episode, I will mostly speak about dreams that we have during the daytime. Although, our dreams of the nighttime often point out our desires to achieve goals in life. You have a choice to continue reading or listen to the eleven minutes podcast on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, or the player down below.

I will go over two different aspects when it comes to our dreams. The first is having an inclination to do something, whether that is to: write a book, create a business, be an actor, become a doctor, or whatever it is. These dreams remind me of when a teacher asks their young students what they wanted to be when they grow up – a police officer, astronaut, president or other occupations their young minds come up with.

These dreams are important, yet often go by the wayside. Why? Because of the following six reasons:

  1. Not enough money to go to school.
  2. It’s not our Dharma; meaning that we were meant to do something else with our lives.
  3. Got married, raised a family, and put our dreams on hold.
  4. Now is not the time. For example, for years I wanted to write a book, even attempted once. Yet, I needed more life experiences before I could write my first book.
  5. Allowed others to discourage our pursuits.
  6. Lastly, laziness or giving up. Many people crave the title of something and go all gung ho; however, when they realize the work involved; they either say forget it, it will never happen. Or they would rather go out with their friends, watch TV, or anything else, than do the work.

My advice to you is not to give up! It doesn’t matter if you go to medical school when you’re fifty, or start a business at sixty, or graduate college at ninety-five. Whatever your heart’s desire, please go for it!

The second aspect is something that I am guilty of and that’s having too many dreams on our plate. We want to do everything. It’s funny because I hear two different sides of this. Many business experts say to focus on one thing in order to market your business. Yet, I’ve heard other people say that it’s important to have two or more money making skills, because if one thing dries up, you have another way to make money.

Have you ever gone to someone’s website and thought to yourself, they do so many things; how can they be good at all of it? Well, as humans, we often have more than one skill, but we only have so much time. And as we go through life, our desires often change. Just like who we would want as a love partner at twenty-five, will be totally different when we’re fifty.

Now, I’m going to share my experience with this and why I’m letting go of my podcast.

Perhaps, it started with my first full time job, where I did many aspects at a men’s clothing store: cashier, answering phones, stocking shelves, bookkeeping, and more. This could be the reason why I’ve always done many different skills since 1993 during my self-employment – hypnotherapist, energy worker, massage therapist, a short stunt in matchmaking, wedding ceremonies since I’m an interfaith ordained minister, dream interpretation, psychic readings, coaching, writing, and being an author. Whew, I’m just tired listing them!

For almost a decade, I focused on love relationships and being a psychic coach. The dream interpretation was always there, but never the main focus. I wrote 3 books on love and relationships, while writing two columns for Bellesprit Magazine; one for relationships and the other interpreting people’s dreams. Then I wrote a book on dream interpretation and a year ago wrote the book, Personal Growth Affirmations.

In 2018, I had three websites, a podcast, wrote three columns, had a Facebook Group, and was blogging two blogs for two of my websites! At the end of 2018, one writer’s job ended, I let go of the relationship column for Bellesprit Magazine, and I combined two of my websites to stop focusing on love and relationships, and more on personal growth and spirituality.

Recently, I got an Askashic reading from Kay Sanders, who was my guest on a prior episode. I highly recommend listening to it. In a nutshell, the reading said it is time to focus on what I would love to do and let go of what is no longer needed.

In my meditations, what kept coming up for me was dream interpretation and all the projects I can do around dream analysis. When I focused on just the personal and spiritual growth, no projects were coming up. With the dream interpretation I came up with a bunch of classes, two books, and even an oracle deck. Now, here’s the cool thing – I can combine the dream interpretation with personal and spiritual growth. You see, just like a goal a person has, if you just think about it, but don’t apply yourself and do the work – nothing changes. So if you’re receiving dream messages on what to do, clear up issues or whatever, you need to do the personal and spiritual growth work to use the wisdom of your dreams. This is my goal to interpret your nighttime messages and help create the daytime wisdom.

Okay, so once again, I’m adding goals to my plate. What do I need to remove? First, my Facebook group that I don’t have the time and honestly the desire to work on. The second thing to let go of is my podcast. As much as I love podcasting, I know the time spent on and all the work involved in a podcast, which needs to be spent on my heart’s desire and projects instead.

If you’re unsure of all the work a podcast takes or are thinking of starting your own podcast, here are some pointers:

  • Having the proper equipment: studio microphone, digital audio recording device, audio editing tool, and quality headset.
  • Setting up your room to be a soundproof as possible.
  • Preparing your show by writing it or having notes to avoid sounding unprofessional by winging it.
  • Audio recording the show.
  • The long process of audio editing, which takes longer when you have a guest on the podcast.
  • Writing show notes for the podcast episode and your blog.
  • Uploading your show.
  • Marketing the show.

Hopefully, by sharing my personal experiences, it not only motivates you to achieve your dreams, but to accept that’s it is okay to change your dreams and work on new goals. As you grow and change, your dreams change.

With sadness I say goodbye to my podcast, yet I have left my audience with forty-six episodes, which is better than nothing.

Of course, I will still be writing posts for this dream interpretation blog. Plus continue offering my dream interpretation services, creating more online courses and live classes/workshops, and writing books.

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It’s time for three dream interpretation quotes that include my feedback to empathize why it’s so important to interpret your dreams, how your dreams show the truth of your reality, and the reason your dream language is so difficult to understand. 

You have a choice to continue reading or listen to the four minutes podcast on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, or the player down below.

First Quote

A dream which is not interpreted is like a letter which is not read. ~The Talmud

In case you’re wondering what the Talmud is, in a nutshell, it is a book for studying the Jewish law.

This is one of my favorite dream quotes because it shows the importance of your dream messages. Sadly, many people think dreams are gibberish or have no idea how to interpret them. Granted, it’s easier to read a letter than interpret your dreams; however, you are missing out on vital information that can be useful for your life problems and growth.

Second Quote

There is no denial in the dreamtime, only subconscious and spiritual truths. ~ Pamela Cummins

What the quote from my book, Learn the Secret Language of Dreams, is referring to is situations in your life that you have been denying or ignoring don’t disappear, instead they come into your dreams. Therefore, your true feelings, the truth of your relationships, problems, and life direction will appear in your dreams of the nighttime.

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Third Quote

Dreams say what they mean, but they don’t say it in daytime language. ~Gail Godwin

This is what frustrates people! You see the dream language is so different than the language we use when we are so-called awake. The language of dreams is more difficult to learn than Chinese and Latin combined. Why? Our subconscious and unconscious minds use one or more symbol in a dream, which can have hundreds of different meanings. Different feelings – anger, joy, fear, and so forth changes the dream’s messages. Past, present, or future experiences affect a dream’s meaning. Unresolved issues come into play in dream analysis. Other people, animals, and other forms of nature have an impact on the dream. Most important of all is that everyone’s dream language is unique. Which means you and I can have the exact same dream and feeling – but have a totally different message! Also, one dream can have one to two to three different meanings for a person and they are all correct!

Yes, dreams do say what they mean; however, understanding their meanings takes time, skill, and dedication.

Would you like to understand your dream meanings? I can help you by interpreting your dreams or teach you how to analyze your dreams with my services or online courses.

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In this free Masterclass you will learn how dream interpretation benefits your life, why dream dictionaries rarely have the correct interpretation of your symbols, and what dream categories contribute to analyzing your dreams. 

You have a choice to watch the video that’s below or to listen to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify.  

Interpret Your Dreams, Change Your Life

For more information on the upcoming class starting April 3, 2019, please visit Learn How to Interpret Your Dreams. If you prefer to learn in a non-classroom environment, then you have a choice of two options, one-on-one coaching or online courses. I look forward to serving you.

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