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Dr. Gillian Holloway, PhD, is a psychology researcher who believes that our dreams are packed with insights and that paying attention to them can help us heal, make better decisions, recognize threats, and even shed light on our relationships. Dr. Gillian Holloway is a respected expert in the area of dreams and intuition. She is the author of four books on dreams, and has taught at Marylhurst University for 16 years. Her work has been featured on ABC’s 20/20 as well as the New York Times Health Blog and The Washington Post. Gillian’s direct approach to dream symbolism and modern stress dreams is widely quoted by journalists. Her latest research focuses on the impact and implications of our dreams of the dead. Her book, The Complete Dream Book, is the result of 30,000 case studies of the common dreams in English speaking countries around the world. Her most recent book, The Complete Dream Book of Love and Relationships, focuses on relationship dreams and how to read the clues that they are giving you. Tonight she will discuss her writing and will reveal how dreams about the dead are often dramatically different in almost every way from typical dreams; how timing of dreams about loved ones is distinct, and comes in three separate windows of timing; how an astounding number of people dream of the “goodbye” scene, roughly at the time the person was passing, although they had no objective knowledge of it at the time; how these dreams occur to believers and non-believers alike, and what other surprising dream patterns have emerged.
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