Damian Nordmann Interprets Our Dreams In Studio

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Front L-R: Leah Morris, Serenity Robinson, Brenton Harris Back L-R: Manny Nicandro, Damian Nordmann, Tony, John, Julie, Misty Howell

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Back L-R: Manny Nicandro, Damian Nordmann, Tony, John, Julie, Misty Howell

Damian Nordmann was in studio this morning to interpret our dreams. Here’s what we’ve been dreaming about:

John’s girlfriend has a best friend who constantly throws out her opinions. She recently put up a link to a documentary that she claimed was life changing. John watched it, ready to disagree with her, but he ended up agreeing with her opinion of the documentary. That night, she appeared in his dream and ended up dying.

Damian says: Death in dreams represent a change in the dreamer. Perhaps it represents John’s change in opinion about the friend.

Julie’s 9-year-old daughter Emma had a dream that she was trapped under a quilt. All of her friends were there and woven into the quilt. Emma, too, ended up woven in the quilt.

Damian says: Crazy dreams generally indicate that our lives are out of alignment. A quilt is a blanket or covering, and friends represent different aspects of ourselves. Emma needs to begin to recognize the things that make her different from her friends and family.

Tony has a recurring element in his dreams. He will be hanging out with friends, and whenever he moves, it’s at a jolted speed. Behind him, he leaves a red trail.

Damian says: The moving at jolted speeds indicates your attention is moving too fast. The red trail is residue of parts of you that are not in the present moment. The color red represents the physical level of consciousness.

The School of Metaphysics in Fort Worth is hosting a 5-week Dream Short Course starting Monday, September 23rd from 7PM to 9PM. Call 8-17-920-9180 or email fortworth@som.org for more information!

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