Camille Styles

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What Your Weirdest Dreams Really Mean

October 31st, 2017

Since we’ve been on the subject of sleep lately in this column, it only seemed natural to take a closer look at what our minds are really doing while we rest. Dreams are something we talk about a lot in the office — it seems like every other day Chanel has some terrifying nightmare about Coco (her Pomeranian) or I have another prophetic vision of the apocalypse. Our dreams are all over the map, and the strangest ones leave us feeling unsettled and longing for explanation. Everyone on our team has some sort of recurring dream, and there’s even one specific dream that we’ve all had. So we called up Cabe Lindsay, a professional dream reader and counselor, to give us more insight into what these dreams really mean. Cabe is an artist who interprets the symbols he sees in dreams to help people realize their hidden gifts, talents, and deepest selves. He uses the teachings of Wang Fu, Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, Edward Cayce, and other modern dream analysts to train his clients to begin interpreting their own dreams for themselves. After just one conversation with Cabe, we were completely hooked. Read on to discover his interpretation of some of our craziest dreams, and let us know if you’ve had any of these same dreams in the comment section!

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  1. Chanel Dror says:

    This is just FASCINATING! I could talk and ask questions about my dreams for hours… though I hardly think it’s as interesting for the listener as it is for me 🙂 As frightening as they sometimes are, dreams can be a gift too — I’ll always cherish the mental picture of my 10 lb dog behind the wheel, being pursued in a high speed police chase on the freeway.

  2. girlingamba says:

    I love this! I often get reoccurring dreams where it feels like I’m falling. I feel like everyone gets those, but they are still pretty terrifying. I wish I could control my dreams more though!

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