Dreams and Sleep

Dreams have been described as the “Window in to our Soul.”

I have worked professionally with dreams for around 20 years.  I have always believed dreams are like buried treasure, providing jewels of wisdom to help us navigate through life, allowing us the opportunity to take positive action with the messages they provide.

Sometimes dreams are funny, terrifying – or just weird.  Whichever types of dream you’re having, it can be useful to understand what they mean.

Science has taught us that we all dream, every night. And, each dream is coded so that only you can decide ultimately what it means.

The following links will take you to my dedicated dreams and sleep website, where I hope you will find insights for all things dreams to help you explore and understand what your dreams may mean.

FREE Sleep Factsheet

Common and recurring dreams

Dream Myths

Sleep

Want to pay for a dream interpretation? Click here.

You may also find this TED talk useful.

 

© Copyright Delphi Ellis 2006 – 2020

10 responses to “Dreams and Sleep

  1. I keep having dreams about my boyfriend cheating on me and it’s always with different girls. We are both really happy and have both been treated badly in the past. I am quite insecure about my body but he loves it. I don’t feel like I have anything to worry about I just want to understand why this is happening

  2. I have dreams of seeing my bother in law …. he died a year ago…. In one if my dreams he looked young again… he told me that God keeps them busy and he is happy …and he was thirsty… I gave him orange juice

  3. Hello I keep having dreams and night mares of people close to me dieing and wake up so emotional😓I lost my mum when I was 12 years old and have dreams that she’s walking through the door

  4. For the passed couple of days I’ve been dying in my sleep and waking up as soon as my life is about to end, it’s so scary really, what should I do

  5. Why do I dream of my wife having sex with another woman ? But not cheating …. with me not there either

    • Men think about sex differently and more often (generally speaking); the part of the brain that thinks about sex is two and a half times larger in men than it is in women. So the interpretation of sex dreams can vary, depending on the content, including what’s happening and with whom.
      Sex in dreams is rarely about sex though, it’s usually about power and control. It would be for you to decide why your wife is having sex with another woman in the dream – including who the other woman is, why her and whether your wife was consenting to the act – and how what we know about the brain, and the theory about control could influence that. Remember though, the dream probably isn’t about your wife at all – its your dream, so have a think about when you’re having it, how often and why.
      Thanks for asking!

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