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Very interesting Post. Bookmarked it.

Elsita :)

I love this part:
"When a dream arrives, I - the recipient-dreamer-actor-observer – have a chance to understand myself better. My challenge is to find similarities or parallels between the feelings, contradictions, and complexities of my dreams and my current situation."

I feel that my dreams are a way for my inner self to communicate something important to me. Behind any dream there is always a message, something that puts light into an element of my life that needed some attention or understanding. I take my dreams seriously because they're always happen for a reason.

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  • Dr. Meyer has worked in private practice in West Los Angeles for over 25 years, and is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at UCLA. She earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from UCLA and her B.A. from Oberlin College.

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