Sitting Bull’s Prophetic Dreams

Hunkpapa Lakota tribal leader and oracle Sitting Bull (Tatanka-Iyotanka) believed that dreams and waking visions could foretell the future and it is claimed that they helped him win a major military victory against more technologically advanced US forces at the Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876. Sitting Bull's and other Native American dreaming experiences beg [...]

The Dream Enigma – The Internal-External Dilemma

This article was originally published on >>>> The Echo World (November 2020 Issue) The Covid-19 crisis and subsequent lockdowns have ensured that many more of us have extra time to dream and reflect on their meanings. In this period there has been a noticeable rise in the number of people reporting extremely strange and vivid [...]

Faith in Dreams, Faith in God. The Struggles of a Reluctant Believer.

The time between  two seemingly profound dreams can often cause us to struggle. As we get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life, we begin to look and long for these profound signs to re-emerge and remind us that there is more to life and that the vague memory of our previous dream [...]

Protected: The Psychic Detectives & Documented Evidence? Part I

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Where Do Our Dreams Come From? & REVIEW: Lucid Dreaming Made Easy

Charlie Morley's book, Lucid Dreaming Made Easy - A Beginners Guide to Waking Up in Your Dreams (2015), gives an excellent introduction to the subject of lucid dreaming, focussing on scientific, religious and other ancient approaches to dream work. The book offers much thought-provoking content that invariably leads us to ask: where do dreams actually [...]

Why Do We Really Dream? REVIEW: Dreams That Can Save Your Life

In the book, Dreams That Can Save Your Life – Early Warning Signs of Cancer and Other Diseases, dreamers, health care practitioners and other professionals outline their amazing experiences with prophetic dreams, as well as their harrowing battles with cancer. Importantly, many of the dreams have been professionally documented and may help convince sceptics that [...]

These Thoughts Are Not My Own. REVIEW: Matthew Walker’s ‘Why We Sleep’

It isn't often that we find books that give a thoroughly decent and unbiased account of the scientific nature of sleep and dreams, but Matthew Walker’s (2017) Why We Sleep just does that. Whenever we see Freudian thinking being criticized by an academic I believe we should all rejoice! This informative and interesting book hits [...]