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Interpreting our Dreams- 73

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February 1, 2020 1:00 pm

Interpreting our Dreams- 73

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February 1, 2020 1:00 pm

"There is no such thing as a nightmare." stated dream consultant and guest Patricia Eltinge as she talks with Aimee about techniques to better understand the dreams we have.  

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HOSTS:

Aimee Cabo Nikolov is a Cuban American who has lived most of her life in Miami. After many years of healing, finding love, raising a family and evolving her relationship with God, Aimee's true grit and courage led her to pen an honest, thought-provoking memoir. Years of abuse became overshadowed with years of happiness and unconditional love. Now Aimee is the president of IMIC Research, a medical research company, a speaker, radio host and focused on helping others. You can read more about Aimee by  visiting her website.
 
Dr. Boris Nikolov is the CEO of Neuroscience Clinic. You can read more about Dr. Nikolov and the work he is doing by  visiting his website.

GUESTS:

Patricia Eltinge, a dream consultant is a Transactional Analysis Practitioner and a longtime leader of dream workshops. She is a personal dream consultant to business leaders, celebrities and therapists. Her system of dream analysis incorporates concepts developed by Dr. Pat Allen in order to help others to understand the important information we can glean from the unconscious through our dreams. Patricia was inspired to investigate dream work in order to help herself overcome childhood trauma. Through her unique gift of dream reading and interpretation, Patricia provides guidance in appreciating the esoteric messages coming from our psyche. Patricia lives in Los Angeles and is also a holistic health expert and a medical advocate. You can read more about Patricia by visiting her website.

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Nightmares can be so vivid and can affect some of us the entire day.

If you remember them at all.

What do we just wake up feeling by knowing we must've had a nightmare. Nightmares have such control over our sleep and our emotions, but can we learn to manipulate her dreams were there no longer nightmares at different dreams and different experiences.

Someone who truly cares is Patricia Elting J known as a Dreamweaver who are blessed to have a test today, Patricia Elting J is an author dream analyst transactional analysis, practitioner and long-term leader of terrine training workshops. She's a personal dream consultant to business leaders and celebrities worldwide as well as ordinary folk.

She's this dream work to help her self broken childhood trauma. Patricia seeks to help others by providing guidance through your unique gifts of dream reading and dream interpretation.

Patricia lives in Los Angeles and is also a holistic health expert and medical advocate. Patricia is also the author of dream class know your dreams. Know yourself, Patricia, thank you for being with us and welcome to the show here with you, Amy, Patricia, let's let's talk about dreams because they can help. I know that it can be very challenging for some of us is some of us have lovely sleep and very restful sleep and some of us wake up several times in any with nightmares. I'm sure you can help a lot of us in your book you talk about in early childhood traumatic experience that influenced your interest in dream work.

Can you tell us about that experience and how it moved.

You to start dream work for on your first comment I want to start out by saying all dream, wish her well.

So sometimes there are scary images we don't like to call them nightmares anymore.

I did say sometimes we have very images and they are presented to us for reason, which we will talk about later so anyway yes I I had childhood trauma as a 5 1/2-year-old I would kidnapped and molested and was rescued. Fortunately, but the the trauma with deeply ingrained in my goal, so to speak, or in my body on the cellular level for many years. I would able to finally connect with it as an adult, young adult, I went through different forms of trauma therapy and then I got involved in the health field and ultimately specifically got into dream work and that would help me the most was working through the dream world that in some ways that haunted me. I had the time called them nightmares and that's what really was my my blessing ultimately to find out and and able to clear it for myself. This is very difficult to be kidnapped at five years old single design experience. I can imagine how strong you are an amazing woman you are certainly you must of suffered PTSD and that because of a Lotta night's if we don't call them leg with no it's wonderful that you found a way to make the best out of the and make it work not only for you but for others think. Thank you for that. Once you had all these all these nightmares and you got into DreamWorks to have instances where you did not remember your dreams that you just woke up feeling bad, you know that you have a name you're almost certain in the Penn Ave., Vero Beach. Can't say the details.

Tell me about absolutely, absolutely. And nowadays I help people capture their dream and remember them and allow them to you but yes sometimes we are are are are likely are dealt not ready to. What is bubbling up from our Hong Kong bubbling up for us is is so frightening that we are ready to deal with it ultimately when you allow it to come true and and we count the images and hopefully have a dream interpretation specialist who can help you understand and what messages are coming through for you in order to help you then you have a whole new a whole new terrain and foundation to grow on. So how do you capture you dream me that a gene catcher of a good or bad or you learn a ton sleep lately or something you do that is because it would take away one of my takeaways today. How to capture your dream and one in the chapter my book which is the dream class and we have a chapter on how to capture your dream and the first death is to keep a pad and or recording device next to your bed and before you go to sleep you let you set your lineman. Now the lineman is date between waking and sleeping weeping and waking so we tell ourselves that this lineman to I will remember my dream, even if it's only one I will remember something from my dream to go to sleep you have your pad or recording device by your bed. Upon waking and not open your eyes, keep your eyes close for this reason four-minute. In the lineman between sleeping and waking, and that when you can capture an image or a whole scenario as you become more practice so you keep your eyes close. You jot down all the something that was there was a cat and you write it down with your eyes closed. Also, you why you open your eyes you are no longer in the lineman date thing is the peer so this is how we train ourselves in and dream work is the practice like yoga or golf or any other words or bridge is the practice so we practice the tools that I teach in the book the most elementary tool to start a new write-down that image, so no weighing on the contents level that your subconscious know that you mean Amy, and this is the cure will continue to interpret dreams when we return these: if you would like to ask about your dream: 866 34 through stay with us.

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Think of heaven at the things he garnered that the sky erupts angels cheer and author darkness lights up in flames. Even though there are filing meets upon us even though we feel like dying. We will always feel so loved. As long as we have God we are talking to Patricia J who is helping us make sense of our dreams Patricia were talking earlier about believing that you will remember the dreams like faith will save you kind of thing and just helping your your conscience effort.

Training your conscience effort to try to recognize your subconscious effort. If you're able to even sleep later and if he can't at least sleep in, so that you can try and stay connected to that that whatever level you are talking about.

That's just to recap their soup. Also some wonderful key phrases using your book.

If you can go through some of those I like them know your dreams. Know yourself when you know your dream you learn to know yourself because there perfected like Carl you call it, or are is the high our conscious mind with regard to daily life and what we do. The people who are in our life and behind the scene which are dream life work on that level in our subconscious when you start to understand and what behind the same you know yourself even more and you have more of an advantage to really transform your life, what you teaching something that you would completely never do that.

Just thinking all my goodness I can't believe I did this in my dream. How can that be.

I mean, you would think of deeming a fear then no because there are no limit.

There are no limit in our dream world and our unconscious does it have the limitation gravity of the limitation of anything and it it actually had come symbolic of the dream, the dream images and the things we can do in our really are simple of other things and that's why it takes interpretation of those symbolic meaning. The word doesn't mean you're really going to fly it either. Other things. So with Princeton for fuel flying in your dreams, or even jumping up with the following really mean that. So were flying symbolic symbol is going up into her head into our mentality into our masculine week. We divide our consciousness in terms of masculine and feminine in the masculine images are in the head. The thinking doing the action part of life and were in our feminine mode. It is down lower than our feelings centered. This and at the feminine though when were going down were going into our feminine feelings centered were going up going into our mental mail doing action centeredness. So these images are tricky at first but once you get it, and it's all in the book the dream last Patricia Eldon, that's me, though you learning to decipher the symbol is worth that is needing behind these images we create subconsciously correct not justify flying means were growing in our relationship with God in life were we are going in our relationship with our spouse is not that Cynthia there's more to it.

Migdalia okay, so how about all Jean's wishes well really even all skinny trees that right Gary images in and dream Nina well because it it the messages coming through from our unconscious to our conscious, trying to bubble through and they come through in the hierarchy of people nature and the thing so when were dreaming of thing further away from coming to consciousness so that table chair car thing computers elder thing. Then the next level when coming through toward consciousness would be nature, dog, cat, animals, trees of rivers, ocean nature is coming to a higher level getting the message, then the highest point of coming to consciousness is dreaming of people though. Then, if you really were ready to hear the message ready to get the best were dreaming of people in our dream but all everything in the dream is an aspect of yourself so that's another tricky aspect that I did not use an easy clean to think mostly I thought he mostly trends of people play. It's a different level. There's more of a message that we have people that you dream of in your dreams were just actually using those people as characters in our play, be so you are at. We have a database of almost like central casting in the movie where we have about everybody we've ever met for everyone and anyone ever read about for in the movies or we can use these different character type for our plays that are subconscious is creating for us to hear a message so if an ex-boyfriend says oh I trends about you. What that means. Well, I would have what's the vision that one isolated what scenario I was able what character type. What does she mean to you what aspect of your help.

And since you are a woman there. The other trick to this is the union paradox you would be representing the masculine part of what him so I would say what character type is she if it these are thought or idea so I would ask him what you represented and then then I would take that representation that he tells me and say well what's going on in your life where this is coming to play coming into play see me. It was unusual okay so you listen to them about all the from the town of and this is easier everything is please call us if you unmask what you dream means Nicholas 1866 34 through 1866 34. We would love to hear from you, Lori's next year like every Saturday at 1 PM guy where you can go to the website. Amy's purpose talk officials available to focus just look for the cure was amicable or Oedipal cusp of that was then known. I panic at the disco. I love my sons gaze to you can help. I cling to the website and giving you suggestions. Sometimes we're afraid of change but there's a song that says you're not living until you take a leap is always a risk when going into the unknown. The enemies keeping you awake, trying to distract you, makes it more appealing so that you make mistakes every day gets a little harder where I was called back to the team that were made in the image of Christ. And deep down we know when out of really meant to be the road to holiness is narrow and difficult that it will take us to Heights beyond what we know where talking to Leticia Elkins, who is helping us figure out dream, and we have a guest Laura from Raleigh.

She's going about her dream, welcome to the seller.

Good afternoon all, hi hi thank you in reference to a well of going about her telephone little girl me very very young black all the way back to I can remember I've dream to where I'm flying very very real, very real dream and in the dream. People say wow how do you do it how you or will you just have to let it when you get in the swimming pool and you tripping around with your feet up for G have to do that. After that you have to concentrate really really hard when you get up off the ground, and adults don't forget to concentrate and Vince. Pretty soon you lift yourself up, father of the do the air and the other is that I have dreams of gray about somebody and then I'll see him yell that next day. Likewise, I have seen them on the wall of dream about.

Then there they are, but the law while request, but love. You could tell me about that for those well yes, as supplying as I spoke before about flying is going up for it.

I try to correlate what's going on in your life so that's what the dreams are telling you. So you're in a business motorist thinking motor action what's going on in your life you have to use your rather than your feeling.

So when you write when, for instance, when I was a child and my dreams were all about getting away from the which from when I was kidnapped though my dream, worse, flying and getting away winning flying mode and backcourt around to me going up into my head and thinking my way out of things rather than feeling for it or to sky with two traumatized appeal.

My feeling. So it was safer for me before I understood what was going on.

It was safer for me to think my way out of things and get into my masculine so we are in your masculine mode when you're flying and that's not necessarily bad if you're dealing with business action.

Things you need to accomplish at all the masculine side of life. So in the second coming.

Sorry to make sense yes it makes sense is one of the why would I dream about the mind and I think of the next day or the next. Within a very short. Soon after, after doing about well that happened that happened we we connect energetically with people probably feel and the year your energetically picking up what do you you're picking up their energy is a really good questions. Laurel is a really good questions to ask you Patricia.

And how about the recurring dreams. If you have between dreams of constantly fighting a force or fighting evil war fighting the devil were somebody trying to kill you or what if you just had this kind of recurring dreams, or any other kind between dreams Tina. The reason behind them yet recurring dream are when we have unresolved issues. We will have the recurring dreams as I did as a child at the recurring dreams of getting away from the wicked with heaven. Once I resolved my issue on that that situation those particular dream disappeared so it just means we have unfinished business that I unfinished resolutely don't have resolution with a particular issue, what we work on transactional analysis.

That's what I do. We decipher the dream and then we can once we decipher the dream we know where the problems are and then we can start asking pertinent questions CCH you also talk about that when you wake up time you at this time so we wake up tired. Can we teach ourselves to stop them the nightmares to wake you up better so that is that is so intense that you wake up and then you want to go back to sleep but you do just driven again. Yeah well we don't really want.dream. We want to under them there there for us. There there there to give a message and are one of my quote is actually comes from from the Talmud AA dream and interpreted his like a letter on open so we want these messages to come through.

We just want hundred and them and then we get relief from the unders standing of the messages we don't want to cut them off because they will. What doesn't get understood will pursue this was the phrase used to know about dreams on the scary. That's right. Thank you for seeing him pitching and sometimes doesn't like it. You know that language is the series about is that I've been told that if you dream that you Diane you dream you really dying really is in real life. And so what can you tell me. I know that you talking about about death between success and other people dying as me the note you could do that yet a wonderful question when we dream of our fellow.jumping off a cliff or falling off of what you that there are aspects of our L sometimes that were ready to let go of and sometimes it comes in the form of a death so there's a of ourselves that our old self that we don't need any more that no longer serve the and when we dream of something else dying in our dream whether it be an animal or a person we decipher that what that represents is a character type as a as a part of ourselves again and what aspects of ourselves. Are we willing to let go of that no longer serve the so we need you dream should be an actual release when you wake up knowing that right after Elder longer serve the dead part is that's right, hello, hello for a for the better. We we have lightened our load we move we move forward in life. See, there goes that that saying that jargon that if you die that you dreaming you die so scared that that's amazing and you talk about so much in Europe about, you know so much my dreams. I didn't even know there was so much talk about closures in your dreams looking he tells about the importance of colors. If we do low cost if we remember colors in dream not always been important factor, but when something dominant while you take note of it in your little pad or your life you take note of that color and they were there the chapter in the book the dream, about colors including black and white and there's a hierarchy of colored different colored pertaining to different energy that we have in our ourselves, or we could be relating to an image of there's a yellow house they owe and we had a memory of our grandma had a yellow house so it it is individual as well as not across the board. This book dream class is not dictionary per se. It is like instigating each of us are


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