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I created DreamfullySweet.com to provide an easy-to-understand dream interpretation guide for anyone interested in their dreams.
If like myself, you are interested in your own personal dreams, then you are most likely the kind of person who is open to experiences. Some people have a psychological profile often referred to as having “thin boundaries.” (This concept was developed by psychoanalyst Ernest Hartmann). People with this personality trait tend to be more open-minded, sensitive, and creative. And in fact, people like this actually find it easier to recall their dreams! They have an active interest in engaging with and understanding their dream world.
I’ve always been fascinated by dreams. A lot is still unknown about dream sleep and dreaming. But today, we know a great deal more about the function of this brain state. For example, we know dreams have an essential biological function. But they also play a critical psychological role.
Dreams focus on unresolved emotionally important events of the day. As such, recalling and interpreting dreams can be an important factor to better personal development, emotional processing, adaptive learning, and self-understanding.
Dreams are messages from your unconscious, telling your conscious mind what needs attention.
Your dreams are about you and you alone…
But dreams can be tricky to interpret. This blog will help you with that!
The psychology of dreaming is an evolving social science and a very intriguing subject!
It’s a subject that I have studied for a long time and will continue to explore.
I’m a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD).
The IASD is a non-profit, international, multidisciplinary organization dedicated to the pure and applied investigation of dreams and dreaming. Our purposes are to promote awareness and appreciation of dreams. The Association encourages its members to exemplify the highest standards of ethical conduct in whatever involvement they may have with dreams.
I’m also a certified graduate of the IASD Science and Psychology of Dreaming course, and I have a Sleep Therapist Diploma from Elearn College.