The Dream Company episode 2&3

photo by Donny

Episode 2

Nithish tells two dreams from the same night with people trying kidnap him, and we discuss what it means to be kidnapped in a dream. Then, Midhun and Donny both share prevision dreams that related to a conflict they had the following day. Lastly, Douglas has a dream where he was bitten on the hand by a insect/serpent like creature which was also prevision about a conflict between he and Donny that happened the day after the dream. Afterwards, we discuss what it means to be bitten on the hand in a dream (which is a universal symbol) as well as how many dreams represent our inner psychological state in regard to an outer event that happens either the day before or the day after the dream.

Episode 3

Midhun starts us off with a dream that got him to stop smoking. Then, Nithish had a dream where he had contact again with our deceased Rottweiler Lisa. Next, guest host Lidya relates a dream about a room in the hotel where she works where a woman committed suicide. After that, Douglas shares a dream about his high school friend Chuck who had tragically died in a in a recent motorcycle accident. Then Donny finishes the episode off by sharing an old lucid dream where he helped his childhood cat on the other side and a recent lucid dream where he tried to give the same help to our Rottweiler Lisa. Throughout the episode we discuss the theme of contact with the dead in dreams and participating in their after death process.

photo by Jana

A podcast of practical demonstrations of dream interpretation given by a four-member dream group in India that has been together for many years. We show how to interpret dreams, using the same method mother nature uses in giving us our dreams: wider than the world, as flexible as a snake, as irrational as the path of the wind, as unorthodox as God on Earth, and as natural as the soul of things. Join us.

(Every Friday or thereabouts we post a new episode, whether we announce it here on our blog or not.)

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