Do you want to be part of an amazing experience? Come to the Wild Women Symposium the weekend of April 1-3, 2016 at The Leonardo in Salt Lake City, UT. People keep asking me about this event. Well I am here to tell you about it. There are over 20 classes to choose from, classes that teach about love, life and light! Every class is unique and experiential. There are meditations, free readings and a beautiful energy where women feel welcomed and inspired to open up and share their own gifts. The first time I attended this event I was blown away. I healed a deep childhood issue, I received a Money Reading from Beth Ann Merrick that I am still incorporating into my life today. I joined in drum circles, in singing and dancing (not required) I just love movement! I met some amazing women! MY TRIBE. Last but not least, I left there inspired and ready to take on the world. I will be teaching “Transformation Dreaming” on Saturday morning, you won’t want to miss it. Hope to see all you beautiful, powerful wild women there. Get $15.00 off a full weekend pass, promo code Goddess15. Get tickets now!
Are you attending the online conference for International Association for the Study of Dreams September 27th – October 11th? I will be presenting on Monday, September 28th. My presentation is called “Journaling for Psi: What I Learned in Science Class.” Hope to see you there.
If you want to see a sample presentation, here is a copy of my presentation from last year called, “I Dreamt Something Awful About You: Should I Say Something?”
I DREAMT SOMETHING AWFUL ABOUT YOU: SHOULD I SAY SOMETHING?
I woke up in a sweat, my heart racing, with that awful, foreboding, sick feeling – something was wrong, and it was bad! I’d just woken from a dream about my friend’s impending danger. Continue reading →
My article is in the Fall 2015 issue of DreamTime Magazine. Hope you will read through the entire magazine. It’ s chock-full of informative and deeply profound information. One of my favorites is from Dale Graff, author, physicist and a former Director of Project STARGATE, the government program that investigated remote viewing. His article about the contest will fill in all the blanks, answering questions such as who won, who received honorable mentions, what is ‘displacement effect,’ and more. In the meantime, here’s my article titled Movies, Fairy Tales, and the Psi Dreaming Contest. Click the DreamTime image to read the article. Enjoy! with fairy tale dreams, Sherry Puricelli, Dream Coach, Connecticut
In the US, we just celebrated Labor Day. In the spirit of the holiday, having been in labor (pardon the pun) for an extended duration, I’m pleased to announce the birth of my new baby – an artistic expression through images and words. Inspired by our AWAKENDREAM Coming Home to MySelf Retreat.
Mother of cycles, you are eternal Home to me; sisters, aunts, mothers, grandmothers, you’re there for me, always – no matter how far away I fly; Mother Mary, Mother Earth, Mother of Galaxies, Mother in my dreams, you continually cycle back to me… bringing me home, dancing me home, singing me home, with empathy, painted – with colorful drops of Mother.
When I can’t keep up, or cannot make the climb, you are the charger of my soul; when I fall, You bleed, and reveal your scar so I can learn self-healing; when I lay broken, you show me flowers that broke open too, erupting into gardens of inner beauty; Whenever I call, Mother in my dreams, you continually cycle back to me.. bringing me home, dancing me home, singing me home, with empathy, painted – with colorful drops of Gaia.Continue reading →
Last week I had a dream that I was at a friends house. They have many dogs in their home. The owner of the house is a hunter. I am sitting in their living room and I have my two little puppies on my lap. The other dogs are laying down on the floor near me. Everything seems normal until a tiger and some mountain lions start circling us. They tell me they are trained and domesticated but I am still scared. One cougar starts playing with my puppy Luke but he is being too rough. I put my hand out to get him off and the cougar starts playing with my hand and biting it like a puppy bites to play. He thinks he is being gentle but he is not. I look down at my hand and it is being destroyed. I push his giant head away trying to get him off and then I wake up! EOD (end of dream)
I didn’t quite understand this dream at the time but now several days later I am slowly putting the pieces together. Yesterday my husband chose an oracle card. The card was called FIRE underneath it said “Take responsibility for your power”.
Today I decided to research Mountain Lion medicine to get a better understanding but it wasn’t until I saw this that I realized how perfect the card FIRE fit with the cougar message, my dream and real life situations. I used http://dreamoraclecards.com/
Animal Medicine Oracle
Cougar, Mountain Lion Animal Totem: Leadership – This is a very powerful, but very difficult totem. Continue reading →
Yesterday morning, I dropped my daughter, Sky off at the airport. She was headed to Georgia to spend time with her best friend who moved there two months ago. My daughter is only 16 and this was her first time traveling completely alone. She had some anxiety but I knew she would be fine. I left her at the security line and went to the parking lot. Knowing my child I knew she needed some extra comfort. I jumped in my car and before starting it I said my prayers. I prayed for a safe flight, asking the angels to be with her and the flight crew etc… I finished off my prayer by asking my step dad Hector, who passed away a few years ago, to look out for her. To calm her down and be with her on this flight. I took a deep breath and now this mom felt a whole lot better. I started my vehicle and proceeded to exit the parking lot. I approached the ticket area where I would have to pay for parking. I fed my ticket into the machine and it takes it then spits it out, takes it again then spits it out. There is no one at the booth, so I pressed the button for assistance. Continue reading →
I had thought it would be different. I’d believed my dream would be more grandiose. I’d carefully selected the inspirational phrases. I’d cut out photos of tropical paradises, lounge chairs, and escapades to exotic places. I had poetry, amazing yoga poses, fruitful opportunities and more, all sitting there, awaiting their turn, hoping for their own space in my world. You see, I was going to create my “dream board.” Creating my dream board is an endeavor that I undertake on a yearly basis. To create my dream board, I attempt to dream the best possible dream for myself, what I’d most like to experience in the year to come. I contemplate, dream, and imagine. Then I place the most exquisite words and the very best images onto my dream board collage where I can see it every day.
It’s interesting what happens when you allow yourself only one small poster board measuring 11 inches by 14 inches upon which you can place your most important dreams, the very best of all possible dreams, in every single aspect of your life. You might be surprised. Somehow, it brings your subconscious wishes into crystal-clear focus! Furthermore, it forces you to prioritize!! You’ll discover that only your deepest yearnings will find their space on your board.
I’ve found that my dream board has much more to show than what is on the surface. I view the images and phrases as if they were in a dream, you know, like the ones you have at night. When I do this, I look for double-meanings and repetitive themes. For instance, I could have Continue reading →
How will you start the new year? Grab some old magazines, a board, scissors and glue and start creating a dream board for all the wonderful things you would like to create for 2014. This is best done, while listening to music and randomly choosing images that catch your eye. There is no wrong way to create a board. Here is a short video of our very own Sherry Puricelli’s Dream Board. Enjoy.
Feel free to leave a comment or share your dream board with us.
Our theme for March is “Coming Home to Ourselves.” Coincidentally, we just facilitated our retreat of the same name.
So, what does it mean to come home to oneself?
Well, on our retreats we always walk a labyrinth in a contemplative manner. As we enter the labyrinth, we shed all of our outer busy lives, as a snake sheds its skin. There are many twists and turns in a labyrinth, just as there are many twists and turns in life. At times we may feel that we’re almost there, only to find ourselves far away from where we expected to be. Such is life.
The place in the center holds the treasure. The place in the center is home. We wander and wander, we seek and we contemplate, and then suddenly we’re there. Home.