Montreal, QC – To sleep, perchance to dream. Each night we dream all manner of strange, wondrous and frightening experiences. There is value in decoding and understanding our dreams. All it takes is learning what questions to ask.
Layne Dalfen is a dream analyst and the founder of The Dream Interpretation Center, where she helps clients understand the language of their subconscious.
“All dreams have meaning,” says Layne. “Dreaming is just thinking. There’s always a reason for today’s dream. It’s not random. The subconscious mind is brilliant and very sophisticated.”
Layne’s own interest in dreams stems from her early experience in Freudian analysis where dream work was the primary tool. As a dream analyst, Layne looks at dreams from a psychological perspective. The dreamer tells her the dream and she knows the right questions to ask. Ultimately, it’s the dreamers themselves who uncover what their dream is about.
“Dreaming is problem solving. Your subconscious mind prioritizes the thing that’s bugging you the most. The dream is you continuing the discussion you’ve been having with yourself throughout the day, but now while you’re asleep,” explains Layne. “The solution to the problem presents itself in the dream."
According to Layne, our subconscious is a database that holds every single memory and association we’ve had since we were born. That’s why, Layne says, she doesn’t subscribe to the idea that certain types of dreams mean the same thing to everyone. The associations our subconscious develops are as unique to each person as their fingerprint.
For more information on The Dream Interpretation Center, visit http://www.haveagreatdream.com
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