Nightmares!

04 Jun

Phony Confidence and Nightmares

Confronting antagonists in dreams can be an example of phony, superficial, and counterproductive confidence. A mother reported, My 11-year-old daughter has had a recurring nightmare that’s terrifying her and affecting her. She dreams that she is awakened from sleep in her brother’s room. She then walks down the hall into the bathroom and vomits in the tub. She turns to find a tall dark figure standing next to her with one hand on her shoulder. I had recommended she do an interview...

12 Dec

Locked Out in the Cold, Nude!

Rather than dismissing nightmares as “day residue” or some sort of “psychic indigestion, Integral Deep Listening (IDL) demonstrates that they act as “wake up calls” that when listened to, are transformational. ...

20 Apr

Eliminating Nightmares

Nightmares aren’t confined to dreams, and neither is Integral Deep Listening. It will wake you up out of your waking nightmares as well. When you learn how, you can help any child or adult escape not only nighttime nightmares, but daytime ones as well. ...

20 Oct

Making Sense of Nightmares

Nobody likes nightmares. And it would seem that with spiritual development and years of meditation that they would go away, right? Wrong. ...

20 Oct

The Grim Reaper

Because we rarely or ever ask questions or question our own judgment while we are dreaming, we assume we are awake and dealing with genuine circumstances or threats. The result is that the dream, as remembered, is a narrative that serves to confirm our waking delusions. ...

24 Dec

Ug! Nasty, Ugly Orcs!

When a monster shows up in your dream, why not invite it in for a spot of tea? ...

24 Dec

Move Toward What You Fear

Are you willing to let go and fall into the abyss? Are you willing to “die” to be reborn? ...