#36 The Dream Detective with Mimi Pettibone
August 6th, 2021
Johnny Burke: Welcome to Closer To Venus, I’m Johnny Burke. Today’s guest is Mimi Pettibone. She helps people listen to the messages from dreams and intuition as a way of providing inner guidance. She also produces The Dream Detective Podcast. If you’ve ever had questions that the meanings of your dreams, that’s exactly what we’re going to talk about today. Mimi, welcome to the program.
Mimi Pettibone: Thanks for having me, Johnny.
Johnny Burke: So you have the dream detective podcast. when did you start this show?
Mimi Pettibone: I think it was about two and a half years ago. I actually did it about 12 years ago originally. And then I knew I had to do some other things in life first and finally came back around to it. And now that’s what I do. I love it.
Johnny Burke: You have people call in and ask questions or is it just a solo cast?
Mimi Pettibone: Well, I have a couple of different things. I do one, I interview guests. So I’ve had people like James Von Prague, and I just had Jean Haner on, who works with Chinese medicine, looking at personality types. I’ve done episodes on past lives and all kinds of things. So I interview a lot of experts in their fields. And some episodes are dedicated entirely to dreams. And what I’ll do have a variety of things. One of them is to take a dream where I’ve actually already worked with the person, because you could have a snippet of a dream and we could go very, very in-depth. People are kind of amazed when that happens, but it’s not just me telling you, here’s what it means. Because I’m the expert. Ideally, it’s about me asking the dreamer questions cultivating from the dreamer, what it means uniquely to them.
So for the podcast, rather than have people call in, which I may do at some point, but right now what I do is I might record them saying the dream, or sometimes they don’t want to use their voice. So I’ll have an actor or someone else, or maybe a fellow podcast or read the dream. I’ve done some episodes where I set them to music. I think it adds a whole nother emotional dimension, and then I will sum up here’s what we got when we worked with the dream. So I will play the dream and then summarize it and then say how the person used it to help them in their lives. But I’m also a creative person too. So right now I’m putting together an audio drama on one dream. That’s very long and story-like. I kind of do different things on different episodes, but hopefully that keeps it interesting too.
Johnny Burke: I don’t think you’re really going to be at a loss for interesting material. And I’ve also read that you were a dream and tarot consultant for TV and film theater productions. Was that like?
Mimi Pettibone: Well, I have worked as a makeup artist in film and television, and I also have been a performer for most of my adult life in various forms. So it was sort of a natural segue that I didn’t really have to try. when I had a friend who was a TV producer and she said, “Oh, the director wants to do an episode with tarot cards. Can you come and consult with him?” Oh sure. It’s not really something I sought out, but it just sort of happened naturally as an extension of other facets of my life.
Johnny Burke: As far as the dreams are concerned, you believe that they are one of the most powerful forms of inner guidance we have, and they connect to what you described as an infinite field of intelligence. The infinite field, is that a reference to the Akashic records or is it something different?
Mimi Pettibone: well, I think many people could interpret that in many different ways. You could interpret it as the Akashic records. You could interpret it as the quantum field. You could interpret it as the collective consciousness. You could consider it God, or love or your own higher power. I think they’re all so different ways of describing perhaps the same thing.
Johnny Burke: Your work- does it parallel with what an Akashic records reader does or is it just completely different?
Mimi Pettibone: I would say it’s completely different. An Akashic records reader is themselves accessing the Akashic records and telling the person ” here’s what I am getting for you.” When I work with a dream, yes, I am using my intuition, but again, I’m asking the dreamer many questions to facilitate what’s inside of them. Even if I have a hit pretty much off the bat, which I often do,” Oh, the stream is probably about this.” I may or may not be right. And it would be robbing the dreamer to say your dream means this because I’m the knowing expert, but by asking them, what are your associations with frogs or books or rivers or whatever they dreamed about. Then, you find out from them.
Also there are universal dreams, like being naked in public usually means we’re feeling vulnerable and exposed and it might be triggered by a waking life situation, like starting a new job where you feel like, ” Oh, I’m going to be found out for a fraud. They’re going to find out. I don’t know what I’m doing.” But you have to ask the person, how did they feel in the dream? Because if they’re walking around naked, now most of us, if we found ourselves suddenly naked in public, like,” Oh shoot, I forgot my clothes. “Most of us would be like, “Oh no, I’ve got to cover up. Oh shoot. I don’t want to be seen like this. “Right? We might get arrested too. But in a dream, if a person says, you know what? I feel free. And I like the way I look, and I feel like this is really me and they’re walking around in the dream confident and they feel good about themselves. I’m not talking about doing anything lewd or violating other people, but just, they feel good. Then, that dream might be about them not being afraid to reveal their true self. Even a universal dream that often has a certain meaning, like being naked in public often means we’re feeling vulnerable and exposed. But if the person like, hey, I feel good. I look good. I’m comfortable with the way I am. Then that would probably be more about them revealing their true self. So it’s always important to ask the dreamer check in with the dreamer.
Johnny Burke: It seems to me that there’s certain levels; there’s dreaming, there’s lucid dreaming, there’s astral travel. Then somewhere in there, or maybe on several levels, there’s the Akashic records. Whether you can get there yourself, or you have assistance, like in your case.
Mimi Pettibone: Are you talking about any individual person being able to access the Akashic records in the dream state?
Johnny Burke: Is that possible ?
Mimi Pettibone: I think with dreams, anything is possible. It’s sort of like if you ever listened to paranormal podcasts and you hear the callers calling with a variety of stories, like Jim Harold has a really well-known one, and he’ll get stories where he’s like,” I have never heard a story like this one before”. So the same is true in the dream world. There are stories that I hear that,” I’ve never heard this. I’ve never read about this. “That doesn’t mean it’s not real, or it doesn’t exist. And I think the possibilities are infinite. Now you could have two people have the same experience, and one of them believes they dreamed they access the Akashic records. And the other believes they just ate too many mushrooms last night, you know, too much spaghetti .
Johnny Burke: I know what those mushrooms are.
Mimi Pettibone: Well, and maybe that could help them. I don’t know. I’m not saying either way, but what I’m trying to say too, is all of our experiences are subjective. So even if somebody did access the Akashic records in the dream state, if they don’t believe in that. They might just write it off as I ate too much spaghetti last night. When we are in that twilight state between sleep and dreams where we’re sort of half-awake and half-asleep, not really fully in the REM dream state, but that in-between state is where a lot of psychic information comes in.
Edgar Cayce used to go to sleep to get a lot of his information, also, Thomas Edison and Albert Einstein would use this technique where they would hold a ball or some kind of metal object or something. They’d sit in their chair at their desk, and they would intentionally start to doze off to the point where they would drop this ball or whatever they’re holding. And then it would make a noise to wake them up. So that they would go into that twilight state. They would be able to access information for their scientific theories or inventions or whatever. And then the sound would wake them up so that they could retrieve the information they got, because otherwise they knew that when you drift fully off into sleep, you might just forget everything you’ve got in that twilight state. So I think if one of your listeners wanted to intentionally attempt to access the Akashic records, that could be a good way. They don’t have to sit in a chair, but maybe while they’re falling asleep at night, they can set the intention that they would like to access the records.
And there’s something called dream incubation. Where before you go to sleep at night, you think about a topic. It’s good to ask an open-ended question. If you have a question, not a yes or no, not should I move to Texas? yes or no, but show me some insights about what moving to Texas would be like, then your dreaming mind we’ll work on the problem or the question. And I believe we can also use dream incubation for things like.” I would like to access the Akashic records tonight in my dreams”, and then see what happens, but then keep some kind of recording device, whether it’s an app on your phone or a digital recorder or a pen and paper keeps something by your bed to write it down because otherwise you can wake up with the most brilliant information, it could be profound. It could be funny, whatever. And then I think there’s no way I’m going to forget that. And I go back to sleep and in the morning, I go,” Oh, what was that dream?” I can remember like a thumbnail of it, but I can’t remember all of it because-
Johnny Burke: They do just evaporate, don’t they?
Mimi Pettibone: They do. Yes.
Johnny Burke: That twilight stage that you’re referring to, sounds similar to what, people describe when they get into a meditative state. Are they related? Is that the same type of ground?
Mimi Pettibone: Yes. I think they are very similar. When we are conscious and awake, like you and I are talking right now, we’re both alert. We’re both thinking using our conscious mind, we’re mostly in the beta brainwave state. there are many different levels of brainwaves. But we all have all of them at all the time. It’s just which one is predominant. So thinking, talking, doing a math problem, beta brainwaves. Then you go to kick back and watch TV or relax or get a massage and you slip down into the alpha brainwave state, and then you go a little lower and that’s Theta, and then you go even lower and that’s Delta. So when we sleep about every 90 minutes, this one, we have the REM dreams, the rapid eye movement, the story like,” Oh my gosh, I was flying. And then this thing happened and then a frog jumped out from a tree”, that happens about every 90 minutes. And that is mostly in the alpha and theta brainwave states. Which is actually the closest to being awake. People think dreaming happens at the deepest stage of sleep. The deepest stage of sleep would be the Delta brainwaves, where if somebody wakes you up, you’re not going to remember pretty much anything because you’re not really using your thinking brainwaves. That’s where sleepwalking takes place. That’s why, if you wake up someone from sleepwalking or night terrors, which you should never try to wake someone up from, they probably won’t remember anything because that’s the brainwave state they’re in.
Johnny Burke: You had mentioned some episodes you did on past lives. How does that relate to the dream world?
Mimi Pettibone: Yeah, it is fascinating. It seems that one of the giveaways that could be a clue to a past life dream is that it’s set in a different time. You might be wearing period clothing. It doesn’t mean that everything has to be exactly perfectly period related in the dream. Like if you dream you’re in the 17 hundreds, but then you have a cell phone, that could still happen in the dream. It’s usually set in a different time period. You might even realize that you look different. I had one that was probably from the 17 or 18 hundreds, where I had dark hair And I was a 20 year old girl going to a dance. I had seen my reflection in a shop window. I had this really cool dress. But it feels a little different. And it’s one of those things where who’s to say right? Because somebody with a clinical psychology background might just say, there’s no such thing as past lives.
And let’s look at what that time period in history means to you. I think that can also be valuable. Or they might say, well, let’s look at the story in the dream and how that metaphor applies to your life now. I would still do that even if it’s a past life, because, they say we’re working out our soul’s evolution through these different lifetimes. So if I had an issue in a past life, maybe I’m still working it out in this life, or maybe somehow, it’s come up in a different form for me to work on in a new level in this life. And that might be why I had this past life dream, or it might just be a memory. I do believe absolutely that we can have memories of our past lives in our dreams.
Johnny Burke: For those people that have dreams about places in people that are so familiar. But I personally physically have never been there or have met this person. But why is it when we dream about these places and people, that we know them. Does that qualify as more than likely either a past life or possibly a parallel life?
Mimi Pettibone: Well again, it could be either. And this is where I always look to the dreamer. I can share whatever information I have on any kind of subject like that. What I think what’s most important is the felt sense that the person having the dream has. So if that person says, I have a parallel life, where I live in France and I’m married, and I have two kids. Whereas in this life, I’m single and I live alone, and I don’t have any kids and I’ve never been married. But in my dream every night, I live in France with my husband and kids. And every night it’s a continuation of where I picked up off the last dream, and they believe that’s real. Then I believe that’s real because that’s their felt sense of it is so real. Who am I to say? “This is real and that’s not real?” that’s not my place. That’s up to each individual person, as much as their own spiritual beliefs, political, political beliefs, health, beliefs, and choices. So I believe all things are possible.
Johnny Burke: It’s something that, I’ve been interested in for a really long time. I didn’t really talk about it because some people are very, skeptical .Some people just get really uncomfortable and they feel almost threatened if you talk about this type of thing. Like the possibility of having a dream about a past life; some people actually take offense, like that’s not possible, right? It’s true, either that or they just tune out completely. I start to think,” ‘Jesus what did I bring that up for?” But I think it’s really, really interesting stuff. So speaking of all things spiritual, this probably comes up a lot where people dream of their loved ones no longer with us, but they see them in dreams. How do we get a sense of, that’s actually the real thing or whether it’s just a figment of our imagination?
Mimi Pettibone: Well, they could listen to episode 9 and 10 of my podcasts, () shameless plug here), but really that’s why I made especially episode nine is all about after death visitation dreams, because these have been studied, and there are certain markers that will set them apart from other types of dreams. One of them is that they feel very real, it didn’t feel like a normal dream. It felt like they were really there. I could smell their perfume, or grandpa’s cigar . Another thing that can happen is they come to visit you in your bedroom. They sit on the edge of your bed, or stand near your bed, which most dreams, when you think about it, they don’t take place in our bedroom where we’re sleeping. There are many different markers, and you don’t have to have any of them, but there are certain ones that are very, very common that stand out. And if you hear this list, which I have, again, a whole episode on them, describing with examples of real dreams from real people who’ve had after-death visitations.
Another thing that’s common, especially if the person was older or ill, or injured, maybe they had a leg amputated or something. In the dream, they will appear at their prime. So if they were older, they’ll appear younger. They’ll appear very healthy and vibrant, and they also usually come bearing some kind of message whether they verbally say something, or a lot of times the communication might feel more telepathic. And they’ll say things like, “I want you to know that I’m okay. And I want you to know that I love you. ” I had one dream from a man who was gay, and his father never approved in his life. And it really strained their relationship. I think they were estranged. And then after the father crossed over, he came to the man who was gay, and he apologized. He said, “I am so sorry. I didn’t understand. I want you to know that I love you and I accept you exactly for who you are.” So they can be very healing, because something about crossing over, leaving the physical human form, I think it also sheds our human ego to some extent.
Johnny Burke: I hope so.
Mimi Pettibone: It’s like we become our higher selves. I’m not saying everyone is all great on the other side, in terms of well, I shouldn’t even go there, but let’s just –
Johnny Burke: Don’t worry about it. This show is for where man has never gone before-:
Mimi Pettibone: Yeah. Well, like I said, I follow a lot of paranormal shows and there’s stories of ghosts who aren’t so nice, whether those are their actual souls, they are not their higher selves, let’s just put it that way. And when we have a deceased loved one visit us in the dream state or in waking life, it’s usually more like the higher self. Those are some of the markers telling me'” I want you to know that I love you and I care about you and I hope you forgive me”, and things like that.
Johnny Burke: What you just described sounds exactly like many of the near-death experiences I’ve heard about where, one in particular- episode 9- since you brought it up, she had a dark near-death experience and she had the bad part, and then eventually it got better. One of her friends who was not in very good shape when he died, she saw him during her experience, and he was younger, vibrant, very happy, and he said, ” I’m okay. I’m good”, and” I love you.” It sounds like it’s almost the same type of state, or maybe it’s the same area of real estate. I don’t know if that’s a good analogy or not, but that’s what it sounds like.
Mimi Pettibone: Yes. Yes,
Johnny Burke: I think what a lot of us try to do when we look into the paranormal, and the unexplained and the spiritual, metaphysical, near-death experiences. We hear about visitations in dreams and past life regression and samadhi and Astro traveling for that matter. It seems like often we’re describing the same area or the same space. What are your thoughts?
Mimi Pettibone: I agree. I think it’s all about the journeys of the soul. Whether you’re astral traveling or coming back to visit in the spirit form after crossing over. It’s all sort of the non-physical side of our existence, our consciousness, some would call it.
Johnny Burke: So with the astral traveling, when some of us trying to make sense of the different levels; there’s dreaming, then there’s lucid dreams, then there’s astral travel. Does that come into play with your work?
Mimi Pettibone: Sure it can, because depending on what the person’s dream recount is, it may have something to do with any one of those. So a lucid dream is when our conscious mind comes online during the dream state, because our conscious mind is the logical, linear part of the brain that says,” this is Joe and that’s Bob, and this is a fork and that’s a spoon”. But the unconscious or subconscious, is the creative non-linear intuitive part of the brain. That’s where dreaming happens. When we are in the REM dream state, our conscious mind is mostly typically offline. And that’s why dreams don’t seem to have any logic to them. And instead of “that’s Joe, and this is Bob or that’s my ex-boyfriend from high school, and this is the current guy I’m seeing. “The dreaming mind just puts it all in a folder labeled by emotion. Like this is the person I’m in a romantic relationship with, rather than “that’s Joe.” And this is Bob.
If someone is in a new dating relationship or even in a marriage or, or any kind of relationship, they might dream of someone. They were in a past relationship with when the similar emotions come up. So if they dated someone who treated them like a doormat, and now the new person is treating them like a doormat, they might dream of the old person to remind them, “Oh yeah that’s how that person treated me.” And that’s just sort of their emotional template for being treated like a doormat. Sometimes the opposite can be true. Sometimes, maybe we’re lonely for love and we dream of our first love because our dreaming mind is saying, “Oh, remember how good this felt? Oh, wouldn’t that be nice”? Or maybe it’s a reminder that you want that. Or maybe it’s just a reminder of, have a little dose of this good feeling here because we think you could use it right now.
Johnny Burke: That would make a lot of sense because how many of us have these wacky dreams where everything is completely non-linear, and all these people from different parts of our lives are in the same room. You wake up and think – that absolutely made no sense at all.
Mimi Pettibone: Yes. Yes. And back to the spoon and fork analogy, instead of saying this is a spoon and that’s a fork, your dreaming mind will say, this is that thing I eat with. It doesn’t give it a linear name. Words and names are the linear logical mind. That’s why it’s often really hard to read in dreams. If you’ve ever had words in front of you in a dream, they’ll either sort of mush around a lot of times or you wake up and you can’t remember them . So lucid dreaming is when your conscious mind comes online in the dream state, and you become aware of the fact that you are dreaming. You suddenly go” Oh, hang on- this “doesn’t make any sense, and now I realize I’m dreaming”. One of the most common things people want to do is fly.
I also have an interview with the lucid dream author where we talk all about this kind of stuff. There are techniques you can do. One of the famous ones is look at your hands during the day and say, do a reality check, am I awake? Or am I dreaming? And then if you do it enough during the day, you’ll start to do it in your dreams. And then you can go, “Oh, hey look, the landscape is moving, I must be dreaming“. Therefore many use this opportunity to fly, or talk to my favorite celebrity or whatever they want to do. And people can use it for fun things like that, but you can also use it to access deeper levels of consciousness. Now, this would be another good example of where you could say I’m lucid, I want to access the Akashic records. Show me the Akashic Records, or show me information in the records about XYZ. And so you could use it in that way you could access your own consciousness about any kind of deep philosophical or spiritual question.
Astral travel is when our consciousness, our soul leaves the body and travels throughout space or around the world or to your ceiling in your bedroom. It could go in many different places. The kind of dreams that I would do an interpretive session with someone with are the metaphorical stories. You know, I was on a hill, and then this cat walked up to me and then I realized, Oh, there’s my brother over there. And I am trying to get over there, but I can’t seem to get there. It’s more of a story-like metaphorical thing. Now that doesn’t mean that it can’t still have some kind of layers of psychic information in it, which we often don’t know until later.
There are many different types of spiritual dreams . Dreams that are purely psychic, where we might even be dreaming the experience that someone else is having at that very moment. A lot of times psychic information has to do with matters of life and death. I’ve heard stories where somebody is committing suicide next door, and the person dreams that they’re trying to commit suicide themselves. In fact, this happened in college to me and my roommate. I got up, I told my roommate, I had a dream that I tried to commit suicide. And she said, “so did I.” And then we found out the next week that somebody in the dorm, one or two buildings over, had committed suicide. If anybody is an empath out there, this can happen. Even in waking life, we pick up feelings and we go, why am I feeling this way? What’s wrong with me? And if you really check in, and you’re an empath and you become aware of this and learn how to manage it, you can learn, okay, this is not my energy. This is not my feeling. This is not my thought.
Johnny Burke: Very good point. I was talking about this with someone the other day , when you reach that stage, where you identify as an empath, you have to be able to know that certain energy that you’re getting bombarded with isn’t necessarily yours. they’d have no idea, right? Some people are more sensitive than others, and they can pick up vibes because we are after all, like everyone tells me- we are energy.
Mimi Pettibone: Exactly. Yes. And that’s another recurring topic on my podcast is empaths. I have a couple of interviews with Dr. Judith Orloff, who is a big empath author and expert and teacher. And a number of other episodes where the topic is either empaths, or it comes up. Like the five element personality types with Jean Haner, my most recent interview at the time we’re recording this. We went over each element and what it was like for an empath of that element, and what could help them and what their challenges are.
Johnny Burke: All the things we’re talking about are related. So the subject of empaths or intuitives for that matter, it’s impossible for it not to come up- those are the people that feel the vibes. Those people are the ones that become mediums well, actually many of them prefer the word intuitives these days. When people come to you, what type of questions or problems do they most commonly have?
Mimi Pettibone: Well, they often come to me when they do have a specific dream they want to work on. They may already have a regular psychotherapist they work with, but most therapists aren’t trained in dreams, and my method is also different. We don’t have to go back to your childhood and say, did your mom treat you like this and all that. But a lot of times I am working with the subconscious in its own language. So I might take the story of the dream and say, “okay, now if you could rewrite the ending, how would you rewrite this to come out in your favor? Pretend this is a movie and you’re the script writer.” It’s funny because a lot of people will start off very limited in terms of the rewrite and they’ll change a little element, but it’s not really helping them that much. And I’ll say, “okay, let’s dial the camera lens out, even further.” And if you could go back even further.
Then I might make a suggestion, I like to let them come up with what’s organic for them first, but sometimes making it a creative suggestion, it doesn’t have to be logical either. It could be a fairy godmother comes in and waves a magic wand and makes the gorilla disappear. By working with the symbols and metaphors of the dream, we’re working in the language of the subconscious mind, which allows change to happen on a different level. It’s working on the subconscious level. And I often recommend things like, if you dreamed about, I don’t know, that stupid gorilla images now in my head! But let’s see, you turned the gorilla into a little kitten, then maybe you want to cut out an image of a kitten and keep it somewhere that you’re going to see it on a regular basis to remind you of your power, to transform and heal.
Often the things that seem scary are our own disowned power or strengths or traits that we have access to that we learned at an early age, it’s not okay to express that. And so we’ve had to push it away and then it starts to want to come back in other forms and it’s often unhappy. It’s like having a child or an animal that you’ve neglected that that’s going to be like, now don’t treat me like that! Hey, I need your attention! And so we can also talk to the dream figures, even elements, scenery or furniture we can talk to, but often people, animals, plants, you can talk to them and have a dialogue with them. And that is one of the most powerful ways to access the deepest truths within ourselves that some say, could take years and therapy to access because we’re not consciously aware of it. But just by these kinds of creative exercises, can tap into some of this deeper information.
Johnny Burke: What you just described reminded me of what many of the past life regression hypnotherapists talk about with this kind of work. And even with mediums, where by exposing certain truths in the past, stumbling onto a past life is a way of clearing karma. Could it be that with your work – speaking the language of the subconscious could that be actually achieving the same goal?
Mimi Pettibone: I think so. Sure. Yes, absolutely.
Johnny Burke: Right. And I know that you don’t really like to call this therapy, but would this be like a form of alternative therapy, like past life regression?
Mimi Pettibone: Yeah, that could absolutely apply. I’ve had many people say. It’s somehow cleared something to where they had a longstanding depression. And all of a sudden, they were feeling joy on a daily basis, or they were obsessed with a former partner and they just couldn’t get over it. And somehow working with this dream, they were able to move on. I’m not saying every dream is like that, but I have certainly seen profound change. And, like any good hypnotherapist or regression therapist, they’re going to say, “I didn’t do that, you did that for yourself.” It takes a skilled practitioner to be able to facilitate a person, to be able to do that by knowing how to walk with them and guide them through it. Ask the right questions, help them along the way, but it’s really the person, the client who is doing the real work, creating the positive change within themselves.
Johnny Burke: It sounds great. I bring that up- the alternative therapy because I’ve heard people that have done past life regression that it helped clear their issues, whereas in traditional therapy, they just ran into a wall and they were doing it for years. And I’ve heard that more than once.
Mimi Pettibone: Oh, absolutely. And that is because we’re all working on the subconscious level. I interviewed a past life regression therapist, Steve Burgess, and we talked about that a lot. One of the examples was migraine headaches. He said a lot of times, people with chronic migraine headaches had past lives where they’ve had traumas or blows to the head – head injuries. And so by becoming aware of that and clearing it, he gave an example of a client who all of a sudden, no more headaches. And that’s something you could go to regular doctors and get prescription pills for a lifetime. You could talk to a therapist with your conscious mind. I’m not saying those things are bad. Believe me-there’s a time and a place for everything for each of these services, but if somebody has tried everything, a lot of times, these alternative routes are sort of their last hope. Nothing’s helped. They’re like, okay, well, why not try this? And then , the miracle occurs and they’re healed, So everything’s worth a try.
Johnny Burke: I agree. Really good stuff Mimi . Thanks so much for joining us. How can our listeners find you online?
Mimi Pettibone: my website is www.thedreamdetective.com. And can I just add one thing? Back when I was talking about psychic dreams. I said life and death and I gave the death example, but I want to give the life example too, just for a positive hope. A lot of times people will dream about babies and pregnancy before they happen. So I’ve heard so many people say they dreamed of their unborn child before the child was even conceived, or when the child was conceived or they dreamed of a relative being pregnant before they had any conscious knowledge of this.
So that’s just another nice sort of way that that can come in. And since we were talking a lot about intuition and psychic abilities, dreams are the number one place where any kind of psychic information comes in and that is actually been scientifically studied. So, I think that more people are having psychic dreams than they realize, because a lot of people don’t remember their dreams.
Anyway, my show is called the dream detective podcast. I also have a forum on my website that is private, where you can post your dreams and receive feedback on them.