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Entrepreneur.com

What Dreams May Come, by Aliza P. Sherman Can your dreams help guide you in business? Layne Dalfen thinks so. "We're problem-solving in our dreams," explains Dalfen, a dream analyst in Montreal and the author of Dreams Do Come True: Decoding Your Dreams to Discover...

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Dreamtime Magazine

Cultures Of Dreaming, By Richard A. Russo, M.A Layne Dalfen’s book, Dreams Do Come True, is aptly described by its subtitle, “decoding your dreams to discover your full potential.” “I believe that the ability to understand our dreams provides us with the opportunity...

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Edmonton Sun

Dreams Can Be Signals by Sally Johson A terrifying dream in which she’s trapped in a freight elevator often invades Layne Dalfen’s sleep when she’s feeling stressed. “The space is so big, I can’t hold onto the walls and the floor is wobbly,” says the 50-year-old...

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WestSide Montreal

In Your Dreams, by Marlene Eisner “In dreams we see ourselves naked and acting out our real characters, even more clearly then we see others awake.” -Henry David Thoreau If he were alive today, I am sure American Philosopher Henry David Thoreau would have liked to...

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The Canadian Jewish News

Understanding Dreams Can Help Solve Problems by Leila Speisman Dreams are the way the subconscious mind gives solutions to conflicts, says Layne Dalfen, a Montreal dream analyst. The trick, she believes, is to translate the metaphors in a dream in order to identify...

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Montreal Gazette

Yes, Life Is But A Dream by Susan Schwartz Counselor helps interpret meaning – For most of the time we’re sleeping at night, we’re dreaming. Our dreams are chiefly about something with which we are preoccupied, perhaps unconsciously, expressions of our deeper selves....

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Eharlequin.com

The Truth about Your Sexiest Dreams, by Deena Waisberg Layne Dalfen, dream analyst and author of Dreams Do Come True: Decoding Your Dreams to Discover Your Full Potential, explains that dreams are connected to your life and can be a useful problem-solving tool. Dreams...

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The Milwakee Journal

Dreams Can Offer Insights into Daily Life, by Polly Drew I’ve dreamt of the war almost every night since it started. The dreams are never alike, but the theme of war is part of my sleep sonata. “I wonder if I’ll have to go to war again tonight?” I mention to Sarah,...

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GhostVillage.com

Exploring Our Dreams, by Jeff Belanger A man walked up to me screaming in rage. I ran as fast as I could, but he chased me. I realized he had an axe and wanted to swing it at me. He was running faster than I was, and I knew he would catch me. The screaming wouldn’t...

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Beliefnet.com

Death and Dreaming, by Layne Dalfen Like many people, you may have dreamed about people you love who have died, or about dying yourself. While these dreams can be sad or frightening, they don’t have to be. Dreams of death and visits from deceased loved ones are not...

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Globe and Mail

The Stuff Of Dreams by Erin Anderssen For 22 years, while Norman Gulko slept, his dreaming brain went on dates with his late wife. Her name was Flo, and they had been married more than three decades when cancer claimed her life in the summer of 1980. Two weeks later,...

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Wausau Daily Herald

Work-Related Dreams Are Common by Amy Kimmes Alberta Jensen of Aniwa has nightmares about botching a job on the assembly line at Federal Mogul. Bao Yang of Wausau always is late for work in her dreams. And Jennifer Smith dreams about overcharging her customers at...

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Globe and Mail Special

Problem At Work: Sleep On It by Randi Chapnik Myers In 1993, Christy Ann Conlin quit her job as an Ottawa file clerk and headed to Germany with her boyfriend. “I had no clue what I wanted to do with my life,” she recalls. Until one night, after she fell into a deep...

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The Mirror

City of Dreams by Chris Barry If you’re one of those people who naively think others might be the least bit interested in hearing about your dreams yet keep finding yourself disappointed upon learning nobody does, take heart in the knowledge that an entire conference...

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Gazette

Nightmare Turned Into Dream Job by Stephanie Whittaker Personnel file Name: Layne Dalfen Age: 54 Position: Dream analyst Employer: Self-employed Salary: Would not say Perks: None Vacation: Two weeks per year Education: Certificate in Gestalt therapy, studies in dream...

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HOUR Magazine

In Your Dreams by Jamie O’Meara I’m driving through the countryside near my home, just me and my truck, chewing thoughts like long grass, when I’m jolted by the sound of screaming steel overhead. I look up in time to see the jumbo jet just before it explodes into the...

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Gazette

The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of by Stephanie Whittaker Once the lights go out and you drift off, your brain gets busy and you can find yourself in some very odd predicaments. One night you might find yourself in your childhood home, except that it’s not really your...

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The Mirror

Deciphering the Sandman, by Chris Barry Name: Layne Dalfen Age: 50 Occupation: Dream interpreter Bio: This insightful and tenacious Westmount babe has been studying dreams for 20 years and conducting private dream analysis sessions at her Dream Interpretation Centre...

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