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PRESENTATION – I Dreamt Something Awful About You

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?

© Sherry Puricelli

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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 in DreamTime

DreamtimeCoverFall2015My 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

Art and Poetry to Heal Body and Spirit

I feel honored and privileged to be today’s guest blogger forSusanne

Mindfunda.com, a site specializing in psychology, myth, and spirituality.

It is hosted by Dutch psychologist, dreamer, and friend, Susanne van Doorn.
In this blog, I describe my artistic process with archetypal themes and their importance in healing body and spirit.

Healing with Art and Poetry

with love,

Sherry Puricelli, Dream Coach, Connecticut

 

 

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COMING HOME – RETREAT 2014

REPOSTING this article by popular request. Enjoy!

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.

Dreams that Turned Out to be True

by Sherry Puricelli, Dream Coach, Connecticut.

Have you ever had a troubling dream that turned out to be true? Almost two decades ago, I had two dreams that would change my life forever. At first I was overwhelmed. How could this be?

In the first dream I am playing in nature, in a park-like setting, literally rolling in the grass, laughing with my high school friend. At the time of the dream I had moved far away from my hometown. In the dream, after rolling in the grass, my friend stands up, brushes off any debris and then walks ahead of me toward a small wooden bridge arching over a running brook. He begins walking across and I continue walking behind him until he turns around slowly, facing me. He shakes his head, no, as he extends his hand, palm facing me, signaling stop! While doing so, he says, “It’s not your time.” Immediately, I grasp his meaning and I awaken with a start!

I woke up with a foreboding sick-feeling in my stomach. I tried to shake it off but the dream haunted me. Within a few weeks my mother phoned me. She told me that my friend had passed. He’d died of complications from HIV/AIDS but I’d been away from my hometown for so long that I hadn’t even known my friend had been ill.

A year later, I experienced another troubling dream. In this dream, I’m in a park-like setting where I’m playing in nature with my high school friend, the same one who had passed, and another friend from high school. We’re all laughing together and then the two friends stand up and begin walking away from me. They approach, and then begin walking across a long bridge. As I’m walking behind them, they both turn at the same time to face me. They don’t have to do or say anything. In that moment, I know. Another friend from high school has just died. He came to me with the other friend, I’m assuming, to tell me goodbye, letting me know he had crossed over to the other side. Shortly afterwards I received another expectant call from my mother. She confirmed that my friend had died.

After these predictive (or psi) dreams, I could never look at dreams the same. Although many dreams are what I call “self-help” dreams in metaphor, some dreams seem to have another component altogether. They seem to know things I would not have any way of knowing in waking life. They seem to bridge the known and the unknown. Psi is derived from the 23rd letter of the Greek alphabet. Psi represents something that is not explained by known physical and biological means.

Are you interested in psi or predictive dreams? If so, you’re invited to join me at the IASD PsiberDreaming Conference, online September 28th through October 12th, 2014, where I’ll be sharing my presentation entitled, “I Dreamt Something Awful About You: Should I Say Something?” which I will be presenting on Thursday, October 9th.

By the way, if you’re not a member of IASD and you’re thinking of joining, this is the perfect time! Between August 1st and October 12, if you join IASD you get to attend the PsiberDreaming Conference for no additional charge!

 In addition, we’ll be discussing psi dreams here, on our website. Join us!

To get started, let’s visit some examples of psi dreams by guest author and dreamer, Maria Carla Cernuto:

http://www.awakendream.com/?p=308