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We explore the different types of dreams and their impact as powerful tools for personal development. As your guide to dream types, this episode discusses:

  • Different types of dreams and their impact on our lives
  • The role of the unconscious mind in dream analysis
  • Dream examples and what they mean

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Debra Maldonado  00:27 

Hello, everyone. Welcome back to Soul Sessions with CreativeMind. I’m Debra Maldonado, here with Dr. Rob Maldonado. We’re continuing our series on dreams because it’s winter, you feel a little dreamy. Today we’re talking about the types of dreams. Not all dreams are created equal. We’re really excited for that. But before we begin, I do want to remind you, if you’re listening to us on Spotify, iTunes, all those wonderful podcast services, don’t forget to subscribe. We love our subscribers. If you have a chance, leave us a great review that helps people look at our podcast, learn more and spread the word.

Robert Maldonado  01:07

Shout out to all our graduates. We have a graduate community that keeps growing. I love to go in there and interact with them. Thank you for being a part of that.

Debra Maldonado  01:19

You’re talking about the graduates of the Jungian life coach training. We teach dreams in Jungian life coach training. It’s a 12-month program. If you’re interested, there are links in the show notes below. Let’s talk about the types of dreams. Are there good dreams and bad times? Is that what you’re saying?

Robert Maldonado  01:36

Not at all. This isn’t a comprehensive list but it’s a list of some of the most important categories of dreams because not all dreams are created equally. It’d be like saying all thoughts are equal. We know there’s philosophy, there’s science, there’s biology, there’s history, there’s politics. All of these different categories of thought give you an understanding of what these thoughts are meant to give us.

Debra Maldonado  02:11

Another great example of the types of dreams is if you think about movies, there’s horror movies, there is romantic comedies, there’s documentaries, dramas. You understand it from that perspective, as you recognize the genre of the movie. In dramas you don’t expect a zombie to come in. In the horror movies you don’t expect everything to work out at the end like in romantic comedies. The dream is like a type. When you understand the different types, you understand what the context is and what’s happening.

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