Whether you have general questions about your dreams and would like a personal and expert opinion or you need help understanding a particular dream or series of dreams, Navana can help you uncover your dream's mysteries.
- Have you had a dream that feels important lately?
- A powerful dream you can't get out of your mind?
- Or maybe you're having a recurring dream, and you want to understand it. Or a nightmare, and you want it to go away.
- Do you need help with your child’s dreams, night terrors or nightmares?
These big dreams stay with you, for weeks or years. If you turn your attention to the dream, it feels alive, almost like it still wants something. And it does. It wants to be understood by your conscious mind...Read More
Dreams are our subconscious mind speaking to us in a multi dimensional language of signs and symbols. By understanding what dreams mean,
- You can better understand yourself and your current life situations
- you can positively influence your health, relationships, personal and spiritual growth.
- Dreams are powerful problem solving and inspirational tools.
- Do you know you even get forewarning dreams that warn you of a future event?
Big dreams happen all the time. But we miss them. We forget, or we let them go. Once you have experienced the benefits of dream work, you aren't likely to ignore important dreams any more.
Together with you, I will help you to understand your dream’s message in a way that makes sense in the context of your own life circumstances.
What is the impact of dream analysis?
Most of my clients have been taken by surprise by the power of dream analysis, and several have also undergone major life transformations after working on a single dream, privately and in groups. I personally have had the experience a big dream changing the course of my life, and many of my day to day life situations are already informed by dream interpretation. Your dreams come from a place within you far more intelligent than your conscious mind.
My dreams are very literal, I already know what they mean.
Dreams never show you something you already know. They are always revealing something relevant and important to your life right now, but that you haven't been ready or willing to see consciously. If you already knew it, you wouldn't have to dream about it.
How will I know that our dream analysis is correct?
When dream interpretation is closing in on the truth, a natural energy that feels a bit like tension or excitement builds within you. And when it all comes together, a strong conviction rises from your core. Even if I wanted to convince you otherwise, I couldn't, because you would just know.
Why should I try to understand my dreams?
To understand your dreams is to gain access to a part of yourself that has an unlimited perspective on every aspect of your life. While we're awake, we see things through our conditioned mind. When we dream, we see things as they really are.
When you dream, important information is being revealed about your current emotional life. You may notice that when people share their dreams, even if they make light of it, there is a gravity there, a sense of something important buried just beneath the surface. And there is. Your own most personal, most subjective truth is reflected back to you through your dreams.
Are there risks associated with dream work?
Dreams reveal a deeply personal truth that is probably already affecting your life in some way. However, as long as it is unconscious, you can deny it. Once you have made it conscious, it's becomes an undeniable part of your life, and change may naturally happen.
Dream work also must be handled professionally in order to be emotionally safe. The analyst must be trained, supervised, and have an ongoing relationship with their own dreams. Dreams deal with our most vulnerable material, and must be handled gently and with care.
For most people, dream work poses no risks, and offers many rewards. These are your own dreams, your own creations. Remaining unconscious is likely to get you into far more trouble than dream work will.
Case Study: Jerome, 27 years Marseilles, France
I was driving on the high way inside a fast sports car. Though my car was fast I wasn't driving fast enough and cars kept bypassing me. I knew I could speed up anytime and catch them but I was waiting for the right time.
After sometime I decided to speed up and bypass all the cars ahead of me only to find the road suddenly blocked. I got out of the car and I found that some one decided to block the road and establish her home on the highway.
I felt anxious, I was worried about the other cars that might reach their destination before me. After sometime I found that the other man got the house removed now. At this point i looked at the sun and told myself that i still have enough time to reach my destination before all those cars. I felt happy then i woke up.
Interpretation - the road in the dream was the road to advancing in life and reaching his goals and not just a highway. The sports car represents the speed and confidence he has to reach his goals. The house is an unexpected obstacle that he found on his way that has nothing to do with his conscious actions (because someone he doesn’t know built it and this unknown person is an unknown aspect of his own unconscious self acting as blockage). The anxiety he felt is all about being afraid to grow older before reaching his goals.
Navana has a unique ability to integrate psychology and intuition into a wonderful and thought-provoking dream interpretation! I had a very intense dream which persisted, and Navana helped me understand not only what it meant but explained the steps to take afterwards in order to see positive changes in my life. She was so thorough, and the advice really helped. I definitely recommend her.
I can't thank you enough you were very deep, and you helped me tremendously with my journey forward. You were spot on and the information you gave me was very in detail. I highly recommend you.
That was right on. I didn't know my dream was so deep. I thought it was just a normal, non-dramatic dream. You gave me a lot to think about.