Everybody dreams, the
trick is remembering.
We spend approximately 10 days out of every month sleeping. That's one third of our entire lives! Out of every 24 hour day, we are awake approximately 16 hours. Think about it...8 hours per night (if we're lucky), 30 days or so per month = 240 hours sleeping per month, 2,920 hours asleep each year , or 219,000 hours per average lifespan of 75 years! You can get some of that time back & become consciously aware of the insight & inner guidance your dreams are telling you via dreams. I've put together some tips & Dream Links to help you get started.
*IF* what you want isn't here ...look at the Links Page for lists of dream-related links, books, Dream FAQ's and e-zines for more resources. Between my info & all those links and lists, that should hopefully cover just about everything you'll need to get a good start.
The Table of Contents listing is below, where you'll find a description of each page on this website to help you locate info you may be interested in reading.
How to find everything on this site easily: I tried to make it easy for visitors to navigate The Dream Emporium by giving several options: #1, you can simply click on the NEXT button at the bottom of each page, and that will take you on a consecutive journey throughout the site, or #2, you can pick & choose what you would like to see by clicking on the links in the convenient MENU ,also placed at the bottom of each page. I also placed MUSIC CONTROLS at the end of each page... if you would rather not hear the music, just click on the square control button; or click on the STOP button on your browser's tool bar.
for visiting, I hope you enjoy your time here, & I wish all of you
"Every major writer in the first four centuries of Christianity regarded dreams as one way that God offered healing and guidance to mankind."
- - Reverend John Sanford, author:
"Dreams: God's Forgotten Language"
To visit the pages of
this webpage Auf Deutsch, Francais,
Italiano, Espanol, Portuguese...here is the extensive list of all the languages that
Google Translate currently supports:
Zulu. Over 80 to choose from; thanks, Google!
However, I want everyone to understand that each culture has its own slang & symbols, and this doesn't always translate well to other languages. For example, dreaming about a black cat
in America would symbolize bad luck, while for someone in Japan it would symbolize good luck. You can find useful information on this website no matter which culture you are from, but
please always remember that you will find more appropriate symbology from your own culture, not a different one. Ok? Very important!
Some thoughts on why we dream, and the on-going research by science .
Helpful tips on how to remember & interpret your dreams, & how to start & maintain your own dream journal.
This method is easy to remember and can be helpful in interpeting your own dreams and nightmares.
A few of the more common dream symbols and their possible meanings.
Nightmares can be very frightening. Why do they occur? How do you interpret them? Answers here.
Night Terrors are even more horrifying & mysterious than nightmares! Find out about them at this link.
False awakening is another creepy, sneaky nightmare or dream. Read about the one I had involving a possessed Linda Blair from the Exorcist, here.
We all have this every night. Some of us are just more keenly aware of it than others, and it can be terrifying!
You get up the next morning, totally oblivious to how you carried on the night before in your sleep...but your family is more than willing to tell you ALL about it--doh!
Lucid dreams, the creme de la creme of dreams! Become master of your dream domain by learning how to lucid dream, here.
This section tells how the newly aware dreamer can key in on repeating symbols in their dreams, and gain more helpful insight.
Remember how scary nightmares were to you as a kid? Here's how to help your kids or a child that you know.
A monthly contest to win your own free dream interpretation!!
Here you'll find actual dream interpretations I've given, and get an idea of how helpful it can be to learn how to interpret your own dreams.
For those who would like their own personal dream(s) interpreted.
Here find some of the dream oriented newsgroups available on the net. I'll be adding more here as I find them.
Frequently asked questions (FAQS) on the subject of dreams!
There's a wealth of information available on the net, and you'll find much through these links.
A listing of dream oriented books and their authors. More to be added as time permits.
Not sure which books to choose? Go here to get an idea of what to look out for, and what to avoid.
A growing list of many dream-oriented links :)
This is another growing list of links, of a variety of interests. There are very cool links listed, here!
This is a very long list, also growing daily, of other websites that are kind enough to link to The Dream Emporium. Thanks, guys!
I tell how I got interested in dream interpreting on this page, and also digress into a fun list of favorites and dissing. See how much we have--or don't have--in common!
What are my intentions in making this page? What should you know about what I say here? Please read.
These are web rings that I belong to, and as you probably already know, web rings are a wonderful source of cool links, especially if you share their interests.
Here, I give credit & thanks to various people who have helped me make this page, or made a wonderful difference in my life.
I've provided one link to the starting page.
I give out a beautiful award to people who try the TTAQ Method, or whose pages I visit and enjoy a great deal. As time permits, I'll be adding a list of recepients on this site.
For those who would like their own personal dream(s) interpreted.
This is a small effort I made at putting together some favorite quotes I like. Then I saw some of the monster-sized sites on the net that had every quote known to man and it kinda wilted my little site, LOL, But here it is in case you are interested. Vintage WWW, lol.
Rose Within Us All
This is a quick page that has a beautiful inspiring little story on it. Please don't miss it! After all, I was touched enough by the story to create it's own little page on my site. It's very special.
Boy & The Starfish
This is a another short inspiring story to make you think and bring a smile to your face. Very touching; I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!
Nyssa is our wonderful little miniature dachshund; if you love pets, don't miss visiting Nyssa!
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"A dream that is not understood is like a letter not opened."
- - The Talmud
Without a doubt, this
award touches my heart the most, because it came via my loving husband!
Surf to this site if there is someone in your life you believe deserves
recognition for being who they are...this is a heartwarming website by
Misty, inspired by an idea to spread loving recognition to those in our
lives we care about & appreciate. Special heartfelt thanks go to my
wonderful husband for nominating me :)
Here's a link to a resource on sleep disorders put together by
SLEEP DISORDER RESOURCES
Here is a link to accredited Sleep Disorder Clinics
& sleep related breathing disorder labs @ Sleep Education's website:
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