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  The Power of Dreams


Dream Quotes


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About Lynette

Lynette Anneslia Turner is a Positivoligist™, author (The 10 Be's of Positivity), certified dream teacher with the Robert Moss School of Active Dreaming, a certified Angelspeake™ facilitator and arts management consultant who was raised in Anchorage, Alaska and presently resides in Milford, Connecticut. Also a motivational speaker, she is committed to helping people from all walks of life embrace a path surrounded with light and love, so that they may live a more fulfilled and positive existence.

Upcoming Events 2012

Positivity Workshop
Date: Monday, February 13, 2012
Time: 7-8:30 pm
Location: LAW HS, 20 Lansdale Ave. Room 170, Milford, CT
Register: Adult Education Class, G132 Call (203) 783-3461


Dancing With Your Dreams Workshop
Date: Saturday, February 18, 2012
Time: 2pm-4pm
Location: ARC Sacred Center, 458 Monroe Turnpike, Monroe, CT 06468
Gratitude Offering: $25


Spiritual Whispers Radio Show with Kate Large
Date: Thursday, February 23, 2012
Time: 9-10pm EST
Location: Click here to set a reminder for the show!
Lynette will be doing dream interpretation analysis live over the air


Dream Interpretation Workshop
Date: Monday, February 27, 2012
Time: 7-9pm pm
Location: LAW HS, 20 Lansdale Ave. Room 170, Milford, CT
Register: Adult Education Class, G153 Call (203) 783-3461


Dancing with Your Dreams Webinar
Date: Saturday, March 3, 2012
Time: 2pm-3pm
Location: Internet or Phone


Psychic Fair
Angel card readings and messages
Date: Sunday, March 11, 2011
Time: 11am - 4pm
Gratitude Offering: $20 for 20 minutes
Location: Mystics By The Sea, 394 New Haven Avenue, Milford, CT
Information: (203) 878-5640


Positivity Workshop: The "10 Be's Of Positivity"© Workshop/Presentation
Learn the 10 steps you can take to live a more fulfilled, balanced and happy life
Date: Saturday, March 31, 2012
Time: 2pm-3:30pm
Location: ARC Sacred Center, 458 Monroe Turnpike, Monroe, CT 06468
Gratitude Offering: $20


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Ground Hog Day

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Bubble Gum Day

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February/March 2012

Issue No. 31



a succession of images, thoughts, or emotions
passing through the mind during sleep.


Dancing with Your Dreams


A while back, I wrote an article about dreams for a wonderful Connecticut spiritual and holistic health resource guide called The Door Opener. I have updated it for this month's newsletter and was guided to do so in a dream. Dreams do that - they talk to us. The power of dreams is alive and well in 2012. Connecting with them provides a wonderful gateway for guidance in your life and it's also fun. So much possibility awaits you if you are ready for the adventure. Let this be the month you make a conscious decision to dance with your dreams. I invite you to join me on the journey.

Join Me for the Dream Adventure

Spiritual Whispers Radio Show with Kate Large
Date: Thursday, February 23, 2012
Time: 9-10pm EST
Location: Click here to set a reminder for the show!
I will be doing dream
interpretation analysis live over the air

Dancing With Your Dreams Webinar
Date: Saturday, March 3, 2012
Time: 2-3pm
Location: Internet or Phone
Click HERE to Register!


As a teenager, the first dream I remember had me at a carnival with carousels and roller coasters, clowns and games and most importantly the cotton candy stand. In the dream, the cotton candy machine grew to ten times its normal size and I fell in. The only way to escape was to eat my way out of the machine. This is a nearly an impossible task, given that the soft, fluffy pink candy is in a continual swirling motion, creating more of itself at every spin. This recurring dream with cotton candy in the starring role had, and continues to have, significance for me. I love sugar and this has been one area of overindulgence over the years. As an exercising, non-smoking, vegetarian who never realized an appreciation of alcohol, sugar has been my vice. This dream has come to me off and on for years now when I am overdoing it in the sugar department. It reminds me to take heed, to take care of my body, to replace lemon meringue pie with sweet fresh fruit or raisins. In other words, my dreams talk to me and I listen .

For me and a growing number of others, dreams offer an accessible pathway to understanding ourselves and receiving guidance in regard to any number of areas in our lives. Because we can enter our dreams with questions in mind, the guidance we can receive is endless. "Is a career move on the horizon?" "Should I hang in there with my current relationship?" "In the dream I was climbing a rugged mountain surrounded by butterflies. What does it mean?" If we enter into our dream space with an open mind, an open heart and clear intentions about what we want to know, my experience has been guidance will come. For any who may read this and think you do not dream, know that you do, even if you do not remember them. My parents were a prime example.

Some years ago now my parents were certain they were not dreaming. My mother was particularly adamant in her conviction that dreaming had escaped her for seven decades. However, when she and my father adopted the suggestions I offered them to use to remember their dreams they had success in short order. This was my advice: embrace day dreaming - what comes to you in your waking state is as valid as what comes to you in sleep time. Always have a journal or tape recorder by your bedside and record what messages come to you. Go to bed in a relaxed state and wake up gently in the morning. Do not question whatever comes to you - words, images, symbols, colors, smells. Write it down and trust it. If you write the word "sea" but you think you should have written "see," leave it as it is. The relevance may show itself at a later time. Dream with intention. What do you want to know? If you have a question, ask the universe as you dri ft off to sleep to provide you with an answer or jot your question down on a piece of paper and put it under your pillow. Pay homage to your dream. Act upon it. If someone appears in your dream that you haven't spoken to in a while, pick up the phone and call them. Do you see yourself at a doctor's office? Perhaps it's time to make an appointment for a physical. Are you lounging at the beach in your dream? Be open to such an opportunity presenting itself in waking time. And importantly, remember that you are the best interpreter of your dreams. A person who has studied dream analysis can help by asking you questions that may cause you to remember parts of your dreams, but at the end of the day it's your dream and you will know best what it means to you

As for my parents, a few weeks after they started their dream remembrance routine, my mother called me very excited that she had a dream (and remembered it). It was a linear story, which had her and my father at the mall shopping. She could relate to this scenario given that shopping is something she enjoys. The first dream my father remembered, on the other hand, was a lucid dream (the ability to be aware that you are dreaming while you are having the dream). He was sitting with his mother, who he adored, and who had graduated over to the other side many years ago. He delighted in this encounter and was only discouraged because he couldn't hear what she was saying; he knew she was trying to share an important message. I explained that he could travel back into the dream with "clear intention" (asking that he hear his mother's message) and he was excited to know that he could do so. Now my parents contact me on a regular basis to shar e their dreams, with an ability to self-analyze having increased over time.

The wonderful thing about dreaming is that it is an all inclusive experience. Dreams come to those of all ages. Little children are avid dreamers, often enthusiastic to share their journeys and as adults we need to encourage this magic. Teenagers, adults - our cherished elders - we all have dreaming in common. I believe this willingness to embrace our dreams at any age is good for our health and contributes positively to our well-being. Acknowledging our dreams encourages us to be open-minded (and open-hearted) and journaling our dreams helps bring the dream to life in a way. You are transferring the information that comes to you in the dream state onto paper. Once there, you can re-read and recall the dream, returning to the dreamscape as often as desired. In doing so, additional bits and pieces of the dream may return, offering an even deeper understanding of the experience.

Decide to become a partner with your DREAMS. Delve into this divine world of discovery. Remember that all of us are dreamers and dreaming is not reserved for few, but is open to a collective community of all. Embrace all the knowledge you can gain and the fun you can have by working with your dreams. Acknowledge your self-power as a dreamer and appreciate your willingness to explore. Master the power to interpret your dreams. As with anything, the more you practice the better you'll get at it. Success is what you will find if you entertain the concept that interacting with your dreams can be a playful experience and this is joy you can bring into waking time.

Have fun on this journey. Dancing with your dreams can be an eye-opening experience - spiritually, emotionally and physically. Working with your dreams is like having your own personal treasure chest. What gems await you in this fascinating and enlightening world of dreams? Put on your dream wings and fly!



Dream Quotes

All human beings are also dream beings.
Dreaming ties all mankind together.
Jack Kerouac

All men of action are dreamers.
James Huneker

All our dreams can come true,
if we have the courage to pursue them.
Walt Disney

Dream and give yourself permission to envision
a You that you choose to be.
Joy Page

Dreams are the touchstones of our character.
Henry David Thoreau

Dreams are today's answers to tomorrow's questions.
Edgar Cayce

Celebrate March

March 1st
Peanut Butter Lover's Day
Share a Smile Day

March 4th
National Poundcake Day

March 11th
Daylight Savings Time Begins

March 13th
Good Samaritan Day

March 16th
Everything You Do Is Right Day

March 20th
First Day of Spring

March 21st
Children's Poetry Day

A special thank you to Pat Durner for her help with this newsletter. You are appreciated!

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