It's week two and we're still dreaming, here at the Cozy Chicks. Today I'd like to answer a very common question on dreams. As always, my "interpretations" are purely unscientific and are intended for fun. After all, who doesn't like to analyze dreams? (Okay, a few readers have told me they never dream, but I'll save that for another blog.)
What does it mean if I dream about a beautiful house? I have the same dream over and over.
Answer: The "House Dream" is actually a very common dream. The dreamer is delighted at the beauty and pristine quality of the house (whoever owns the dream house surely doesn't have 8 cats, as I do). The dreamer wanders through the rooms and they seem to stretch on forever. The "dream house" seems to be in the particular style that the dreamer favors in real life. It can be a lovely frame house in a rural setting
or a Mediterranean villa.
The house is said to represent all the aspirations, the untapped potential of the dreamer. So it's a "happy dream," and delivers a sense of peace and serenity. Most people long to return to their "house" in subsequent dreams and some manage to do so.
If you've already entered the "Sweet Dreams Kit giveaway," you are already registered for the event and you are also signed up for the Cozy Chicks newsletter. Please don't register again, we already have you on board.
The Sweet Dreams Kit contains an autographed copy for my new Penguin release, NIGHTMARES CAN BE MURDER, (the first in the Dream Club Mysteries),
along with a Navajo dreamcatcher
a tin of tea, a box of cookies and a e-version of my little booklet "Dream Interpretation, A Psychologist's Guide." Everything you need for sweet dreams!
All you have to do is send your name and e-mail address to firstname.lastname@example.org with the word DREAMS in the subject line. If you've already done this, please don't register again. Hope everyone has sweet dreams this week-end!