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bottom of each page, located under the Menu. My name is Cyndi, a.k.a. ZenCyn; I welcome you and
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Who created this website?
My name is Cyndi, also nicknamed ZenCyn on the 'net. I became interested in dreams & sleep disorders after starting to get night terrors & terrible nightmares at the very young age of 4. When I was a kid, there wasn't much helpful info to find on the subject and the internet didn't exist yet, so I had to figure it out on my own, which took many years. As I learned how to stop having nightmares & reclaim a peaceful nights sleep, I realized that there were many other people out there who could use this helpful info, so I created The Dream Emporium. I have been blessed with the privilege of being able to help children with their recurring nightares & night terrors; soldiers returning from war who had PTSD & recurring nightmares; and even a blind man who kept acting out his violent dreams & needed to find a way to stop breaking through his body's naturally protective sleep paralysis & return to normal sleeping. You all have certainly kept me challenged during the years I've been doing this! Which is 18, as of 2014-wow, time flies!
Although there are now many dream-oriented websites on the net now-a-days, I know they often charge for their services. I created this free site in order to help people, so I decided to keep this info up as long as I could; and although I don't update it as often as I did during the early days, the info is still pertitent & valid today.
In the time since The Dream Emporium was born, this website has been spotlighted in numerous nationwide & international newspaper & magazine publications, as well as various international radio interviews & tv spotlights. You may have seen my column in the Modern Sage magazine, where readers submitted their dreams for a chance to win a personal dream interpretion. The Dream Emporium has even been spotlighted in an article on what birds mean in dreams, which was a fun issue of BirdTalk Magazine in 2000. If that sounds weird, just consider what the following birds symbolize to you: doves, eagles, chickens, peacocks, dodo. Now it doesn't seem so strange, does it? Dreaming is something we all do, whether we remember them or not. Dreams are vital to our good health, and we spend 1/3 of our entire lives asleep! I think that makes dreams a pretty important subject to learn more about, don't you?
Enjoy your visit to The Dream Emporium!
October, 2014: I just started the long, arduous process of updating my website. I'll be checking for links that are no longer active, creating new links I think you might enjoy or find useful,
and creating new content, as well. This is your chance to put in a few ideas, if there is something you would like to see here!
Please enjoy your visit to The Dream Emporium, and remember that you can search the entire site from this page via the Google.com search engine (below); or you can look at the Menu at the bottom of each page throughout my website.
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