Today’s question asks, “I’ve been wondering about something: The other day you told us a dream that you had a number of years ago, where you woke up and immediately knew that this was a dream about you, about your intensity and the need to feel satisfied. This doesn’t puzzle me in one sense – I’ve had dreams where I wake up knowing I’m being addressed, where I know I’m being told something. But it does surprise me a little – because it is my understanding that you believe we should not take the dream as being about us. Can you comment on this?”


  1. Renee,

    Gosh, it’s good to see and hear you (and I rarely use the term ‘gosh’). I won’t say I completed followed the discussion, but your passion for the material is obvious. I envy that. What could be more fulfilling than bringing clarity to those whose vision is obscured?

    Keep up the good work.


  2. Thank you, Richard! And oh, it would so lovely to see you. I wish there was an easy way to figure out how to do questions on video. That’s a problem for the technically proficient . . . a group, alas, that I do not count myself among. Still, though it’s perhaps dubious and more than a bit puffed-up of me to imagine that I’m bringing clarity to the visually-obscurred when it comes to the dreamtime . . . it is good work and I do love it.
    Renee Coleman


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