Author Archives: Carol Chapman
Author Archives: Carol Chapman
In understanding a “Dream Interpretation Pheasant,” you need to realize that as a bird, a pheasant represents spirituality, but also instinct. Furthermore, the pheasant dream symbol has the very interesting meaning of symbolizing dreams and the unconscious from which dreams emerge, according to Dream Stop‘s article on pheasant dreams.
Who would think that Dream Interpretation Pheasant would have any specific meaning other than to dream of a bird!
In my dream, I held the pheasant in my arms.
So, let me tell you a bit about my dream. In my dream, I slept with my head turned to the side on a pillow and awoke to find a bird tucked under my chin. It had a white and brown pattern on its belly. Through online research, I’ve discovered it had the look of a pheasant chick, which I’ve never seen in waking life before. Aren’t dreams amazing! But there was more pheasant imagery in this dream . . .
Next, in the dream, I now held a beautiful, colorful bird in my arms. When I saw its long tail, I knew it knew it to be an adult pheasant. I loved this bird and felt so happy and honored to be holding it. In the dream, I also loved that since pheasants are wild, it chose to rest in my arms and seemed as content as a pet.
To Hold a Bird
Plus, I felt happy to see that, according to AuntyFlo.com, to hold a bird means prosperity.
The Pheasant Totem
I turned to Spirit Animals Totems to find out the traditional meaning of a pheasant in dreams. It turns out that, besides Dream Interpretation Pheasant, the pheasant as a totem spirit animal, represents creativity and attraction. It can also mean that your goals are coming to fruition.
How do these dream symbols affect my life? I ask, because, after all, that’s what dream interpretation is all about: to learn how the information and wisdom in your dreams help you with your waking life.
Not surprisingly, since I dreamed about a baby (pheasant chick), I’m starting something new in my business. This new direction means a lot to me. Therefore, to learn that Dream Interpretation Pheasant has to do with creativity with goals coming to fruition provides encouragement. I feel grateful, because I believe this dream tells me I’ve made the right decision to pursue this new direction.
How do you interpret your dreams? This question resonates with importance, because your dreams can bring you insights and guidance.
For example, Larry Page, co-founder of Google, derived the algorithm for ranking websites from a dream he had in his early 20’s. If he hadn’t done that first important step in interpreting his dream, who knows if we would even have Google today?
So, how do you interpret your dreams? In this video, Carol Chapman, creator of Creative Dream Interpretation, shows you that important first step. It’s a step that Larry Page knew to take.Continue reading
Why Study Your Dreams? You’d be amazed at what your dreams can tell you.
For me, my dreams brought me, “The Man of My Dreams.” That’s right. I dreamt about a handsome stranger, saw him the next day in waking life, and now we’ve been married for 22 years. I’m literally married to “The Man of My Dreams.”
So that’s the answer to the question: Why study your dreams? Because you don’t know what your dreams are telling you if you don’t study them. First, you have to remember them.Continue reading
Dream Interpretation: End of the World –a really scary topic! Nonetheless, if you’re looking for information on an end of the world dream you’ve just had, please take a look below.
If you feel like it, please share your dream of the end of the world in the comments section.Continue reading
Yikes, I just had another snake dream! Naturally, I’m now scrambling online looking up Dream Interpretation Snake.
But, such a strange snake! It lay quietly, on the left side of a rise of about seven stairs, leading up to a white door. And it had a white and beige mottled color, not the black or brown of many scary dream snakes. No fear, no shock on my part, and no aggression from the snake.Continue reading
The Man of My Dreams
Have you ever had a dream that changed your life? Have you ever had a dream come true?
Everyone says they want to find the man or woman of their dreams. But what if it happened to you? What if you dreamt of a stranger you were supposed to marry—and then saw that person the next day? What would you do? Would you go up to them and say, “I just dreamt I’m supposed to marry you?” Or would you wait and watch, wondering what kind of person you had dreamt about?Continue reading
Today, I’ve decided to write about Dream Interpretation: Darkness. That’s because I’ve noticed that a number of people have written to me with dreams in which “dark” or “darkness” was a significant symbol. By the way, I’ve included those dreams (or excerpts from them) below. If you’re interested, you’ll find them among the dreams posted in the comments section of: Dream Interpretation: Crossing a Bridge.
In addition, I recently had a dream in which I dreamed about a thick, impenetrable dark forest. So, now, that made me really curious! What could darkness mean in a dream?Continue reading
If you’ve ever had a dream with a snake in it, you may wonder, “Are all snake dreams about sex?” According to Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, “Yes.” However, many dream interpreters believe there are many more meanings for snake dreams than that they’re about sex. Therefore, if you’ve had a snake dream, read on for some possible interpretations that may surprise you.Continue reading
Authors will love the Speak and Sell Books course, which you can find at this link (click). It consists of 14 online video modules that include a FREE BONUS MODULE: Handling the Fear of Public Speaking.
Come to think of it, even if you’re not an author, you’ll also benefit from the Speak and Sell Books course. Most of the modules show you how to speak in public. Plus, you’ll find modules specifically for authors, or anyone who wants to sell a product.Continue reading
By late, I don’t mean late for the event, I mean late for the time you agreed upon with your event coordinator. This is usually a time when you will arrive BEFORE the audience arrives. If you want to get along with and receive support from your organizers, arrive at least 30 minutes before the starting time of the speech – an hour is better still.Continue reading