Mini-Consultation with The Dream Detective by Sheila Balgobin

Mini-Consultation with The Dream Detective

Find the Gold in the Gobbledygook of Your Dreams with The Dream Detective!

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Finding the Gold in the Gobbledygook

IS POOR SLEEP...
  • Affecting your job performance?
  • Wreaking havoc in your relationships?
Over the past 20-odd years, I have devised techniques that can help you to:
  • Sleep better
  • Learn to interpret and use your dreams to create your dream life
The DREAM YOUR LIFE/LIVE YOUR DREAM course teaches you, IN 3 SIMPLE STEPS how to:
  1. Manifest
  2. Remember
  3. Interpret 
your dreams, as well as have more restful sleep, using simple techniques and natural products.

FAQ

How can Dream Your Life/Live Your Dream Help You?

Over the last 20-odd years I have helped people around the world access and understand their dreams as The Dream Detective – a talent that was given to me at birth.  I help people to find the “gold in the gobbledygook”!

 My clients learned skills that were not only applicable to manifest (i.e. make visible), remember and interpret their dreams; more importantly – they used the info they contain to help make vital life decisions.  The resulting decisions made have helped people to:
  • Start new careers
  • Make changes in their relationships
  • Reduce their stress levels

After a number of years, I realised that there were people interested in their dreams and what they meant and devised a set of tools and instructions to empower people to dream their lives and live the lives they dream of – and deserve!

The Dream Your Life/Live Your Dream Dream Interpretation Course© is the result!

What exactly ARE Dreams?

“Don't ignore your dreams, in them your soul is awake and you are your true self.”

― What exactly ARE Dreams?

“Don't ignore your dreams, in them your soul is awake and you are your true self.”
                    ― Bangambiki Habyarimana, Pearls Of Eternity

If you were told by someone that every night you were given a gift that helped you with your life and soul and was completely free, would you believe it….or accept the gift?

You CAN believe it, because it happens every night that you dream!

The unseen world of our psyche is revealed to us in our dreams, symbolising the reality of our inner life.  Every dream should be preceded by the words “it is like this with your soul this day.”  Dreams can be said to express the thoughts of the unconscious mind, but they are quite different from those generated by the conscious mind (i.e. the part of us that says “I”).  Whereas the conscious mind works with words and concepts, the unconscious mind speaks with symbols, images and stories (parables).


If you were told by someone that every night you were given a gift that helped you with your life and soul and was completely free, would you believe it….or accept the gift?

You CAN believe it, because it happens every night that you dream!

The unseen world of our psyche is revealed to us in our dreams, symbolising the reality of our inner life.  Every dream should be preceded by the words “it is like this with your soul this day.”  Dreams can be said to express the thoughts of the unconscious mind, but they are quite different from those generated by the conscious mind (i.e. the part of us that says “I”).  Whereas the conscious mind works with words and concepts, the unconscious mind speaks with symbols, images and stories (parables).


What are the Different Types of Dreams?

Although there are many types of dreams as there are dreamers, there are three types that I have found to be the most prevalent:

a)    “Emotional smokestack”
I call these daily “housecleaning” dreams: these dreams are the most common – they help us digest the “remains of the day” – e.g. someone cut you off at work, you had an argument with your boss or spouse, etc.  These help “clear the decks” of undischarged stress – a sort of emotional smokestack.

b)    Healing/problem solving
The unconscious mind focuses the dreamer’s attention on an unbalanced state (whether in body, mind or spirit) and suggests a way (or several, if you don’t “get” the message right away!). These dreams, however demand that the dreamer by psychologically strong enough to avoid being overwhelmed by the unconscious (as in the case of people diagnosed with schizophrenia or paranoia).  As long as the inner psychological situation acknowledged and understood, we become subject to constant, nameless anxiety.[2] 

c)    Prophecy
These are what I call “big medicine” dreams – those dreams of such great importance that you never forget them…even if you don’t remember all the details! Several of my own “big dreams” have not only literally saved my life – they brought my second husband back into my life, so I’m truly a believer!


These dreams often foretell the future (sometimes years in advance!) but always contain a message and a choice – the outcome is determined by how your respond (or not!) to the message.

WHY are Dreams Important?

“Dreams are the royal road to the unconscious

                                                              -Carl G Jung

In the 20th century, renewed interest in dreams emerged, with studies of a more scientific nature taking place from World War 2 onwards.  Laboratory studies with ECG machines showed that a certain type of brainwave  and REM (rapid eye movement) occurred in EVERYone, whether they recalled their dreams or not!  It had also been demonstrated that REM (i.e. dreaming) is a psychological need. Experiments which were carried out, during which subjects were deprived of REM – either by waking them at the start or by the use of drugs which suppress REM, the subjects soon exhibited symptoms of:

  • Anxiety
  •  Irritability
  •  Poor concentration

In addition, people who were alcohol- or drug-dependent would dream constantly, once they were no longer drinking or taking drugs.  In extreme cases of alcohol addiction, the “DTs” (delirium tremens) or hallucinations experienced by alcoholics, appear to be the breakthrough of REM into their waking hours.  In all cases, it was determined that REM was essential for good health.