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Does everyone dream? by Simran M - Why Life Coach Malti endorses and encourages recalling your dreams

To accomplish great things, we must dream as well as act - Anatole France

In my years of life coaching and personal development, I have learned that so much of how we observe our world and make our decisions are driven by our subconscious. One of the most accessible methods to tap into this subconscious is through our dreams. Simran has interpreted many many months of my lucid dreams and the culmination of the learning has been astoundingly beautiful.

Symbols have shown up in my dreams and then manifested in my waking reality soon after. I have developed a deep understanding of so many of my own subconscious beliefs and those of my clients through dream interpretation.

Look out for Simran’s earlier post for more explanations on dreaming.


Many people say, “We don’t dream.” Actually that is not true. Everyone dreams, not once but at least 4 -5 times every night. It’s just that not everyone remembers his or her dreams. Scientific studies have shown that our brain is made up of 100 billion neurons. These neurons work by constantly firing energy. The number of times per second that they fire and rest is called their frequency. Throughout the day, our brain is pulsing at one of the five frequencies called Beta, Alpha, Theta and Delta. One frequency dominates in any given situation. When we are wide-awake, thinking, talking, alert, Beta is the predominant brain frequency.

As we drift off to sleep, our brain waves slow down from Beta and move through Alpha, Theta and Delta. After a period of deep sleep for about 90 minutes, our brain waves start speeding up again and we drift back from Delta through Theta into the Alpha state. This is where dreams take place. The Alpha state is where REM (rapid eye movements) takes place. Our bodies are still but our eyes move quickly beneath closed lids. This lasts from 3 – 5 minutes. Then our brainwaves start slowing down again and move into the Delta state for another 90 minutes of deep sleep, before moving back into the Alpha state for a second dream cycle. Assuming that a person gets about 8 hours of sleep a night, he/she has 4-5 dreams per night.

During the dream state, we mostly review the events of the previous day, because we deal with whatever problem is uppermost in our minds. Sometimes we dream of something exactly the way it had happened the previous day. But if you pay careful attention, there will be something different in it than the real event. It means that there was a learning for you in that situation which you failed to process correctly. The dream presents the clues for you to reassess the situation and learn the lesson. If you go to bed with a problem on your mind that you don’t know how to solve, you get dreams that gives you clues on how to solve it. If you’re looking for a new idea or a new way of doing something, you will get a dream that will give you ideas and insights.

In the process of getting ideas and solutions to our immediate problems, dreams also give us lessons for our overall spiritual growth. For those of us who don’t remember our dreams, we awake joyously knowing the answer that we were looking for. Or sometime during the day or over the next few days, we suddenly get an idea or inspiration, or listen to something or read something that gives us the ideas and solutions that we were looking for. We are just not aware that these answers were given to us during the night, in our dreams. Geniuses like Albert Einstein and many others knew how to tap into this universal knowledge and apply it in their waking life.

I have come across people who don’t dream for long periods of time or haven’t had a dream in ages and suddenly they start dreaming rampantly. This means that there is a strong message that is trying to get through the defenses of their psyche. When we are awake, our ego is active and is protected by the subconscious net that does not allow any information to seep through that is painful, threatening and goes against our beliefs. But while we are asleep, these defenses are down and the information can come forward.

In the next episode I shall share some tips on how to recall your dreams.

Delightful dreaming J

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Thursday, 10 November 2011 16:55

How Dreams Enhance our Lives by Simran M

Published in Dreams, Desires, Fantasies Written by Malti Bhojwani


As human beings, we spend one-third of our lives sleeping. This one-third is intricately connected to the other two-thirds, as dreams are the bridge between our conscious mind and our Higher Self.

Dreams are a storehouse of guidance and knowledge. They give us insight regarding:

Ø Our thought processes - how we view a certain situation

Ø Our attitudes and beliefs - what we actually believe to be true about our lives and ourselves. This may be in total contrast to what we think to be true in waking life. When we are asleep, our defenses are down and hence reality presents itself uninhibited.

Ø Solutions and Ideas – once we understand what is blocking our growth we understand how to move forward

Ø Relationships - by showing us our disempowering behaviors dreams help us to understand and change what is not working for us. We cannot change others but by making positive changes to ourselves, we make positive changes to our relationships.

The first and foremost thing that we must understand about dreams is that everything that appears in our dreams is a representation of us. Every person, animal and thing in our dreams represents an aspect of us that we are not facing or that we need to deal with. So if your friend John appears in your dream, think about what John represents to you. Use an adjective/adjectives to describe him, example, secretive. That is the aspect of yourself that you are exploring - secretive. Even the background and scenery represents us - our inner landscape. Let me illustrate this with an example.

Dream scene 1: I am entering a restaurant with a man who is disabled, but it’s not clear what kind of disability he has. He is tall, fair and wearing a white shirt. I don’t know this man. He goes and sits at someone else’s table. And I’m thinking, “How can he do that, that’s not our table.” Then the waiter comes and says something and he gets up and goes away to another table.

In the above dream, the restaurant represents the idea of nourishment and fulfillment. So that is what is being explored here. My subconscious mind is drawing attention to this facet of my life, as this is what needs attention right now. The man with a disability is a stranger, someone I don’t know in my waking life. This represents a side of myself that is unknown to myself. He is “fair” and wearing a “white” “shirt”. The shirt represents my persona at work. It is white – meaning pure, clean. But when he goes and sits at another person’s table, he is breaking the rules. The waiter represents the side of myself that is responsible for bringing nourishment to me. The message that I get from this dream is that I seek fulfillment in my work by being pure, clean and fair. But I am afraid to overstep the general rules of society and come forward. I, as the waiter, am preventing this unknown side of myself from stepping out. Once I understand this message when I awake, I can start asking myself (1) why am I afraid of expressing this side of myself (2) what is preventing me from expressing this side. Thus begins the journey to unfolding the way through to our growth and transformation.

Our dreams are usually progressive, which means that the following dreams will be a continuation of the same theme. So if we record our dreams regularly and understand the messages, we will be shown the matter that needs our attention at that point of time and how we need to deal with it. To me it is like a beautiful story that our Higher Self weaves and presents to us to help us with our life journey.

Delightful Dreaming!

In the next episode we shall explore the question “Does everyone dream?”


Remember you can have one dream interpreted by Simran for just $10.


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Wednesday, 24 August 2011 00:24

The Meaning of Dreams by Simran M

Published in Dreams, Desires, Fantasies Written by Malti Bhojwani

Multi Coaching International is proud to launch our latest service: Dream Interpretations by Simran M.

She uses her intuitive, compassionate nature combined with her channelled skill to help extract and understand the meanings of dreams. Dreams reveal to us our thought processes and help us to get insights on our goals, our attitudes and beliefs and the way we see ourselves. Dreams show us the way through to our growth and transformation in all areas of our life – be it relationships or challenges we face.

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”

Simran can guide you to interpret your dreams and understand their messages.

The Meaning of Dreams by Simran M

What are dreams? Where do they come from? Are they real? Are they mere projections of our mind or do they have a greater purpose?

If we look back at the history of dreams we will get a better understanding on the meaning of dreams and their purpose. American Indians believe that dreams guide and inspire the soul. In ancient times beautiful temples were built for the sole purpose of inducing dreams. The most famous Dream Temple was at Epidaurus near Corinth.

People would travel for miles, often on foot, to visit one of these dream temples. On arrival, the traveler would be greeted by temple aides who offered him food and drinks. After a bath, the traveler would consult a priest and tell him about his problem, which could be anything pertaining to health, relationship, wealth etc. Then he would get a good night's rest and the next day would be spent in prayer, fasting and a purification bath with scented oils. He would then put on a clean white robe and enter the temple. This was followed by an impressive ceremony led by the priest, imploring Aesculapius, the Greek God of healing to come and help the pilgrim. Lastly there would be a dream incubation ritual and the pilgrim would be taken to a special room in the Temple of Dreams for a good night's sleep. That night the pilgrim would have a dream that would offer suggestions and solutions to his problem.

A few centuries later Sigmund Freud drew the world’s attention to dreams with his famous book 'The interpretation of Dreams' which was published in 1900.  Carl Jung and Dr. Calvin Hall continued to research and explore the subject further.

History is rich with stories of famous personalities whose lives were enhanced by dreams. Hungarian Physiologist Nobel prize winner Albert Gyorgi said, “My work is not finished when I leave my workbench in the afternoon. I go on thinking about my problems all the time…..and continue thinking about them when I sleep because I wake up…I do with answers to questions that have been puzzling me.”

Robert Louis Stevenson, the Scottish novelist and poet, used to ask his “dream helpers” to give him a marketable story. That’s how he got the plot for the famous ‘Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’ and many of his other stories too.

Elias Howe, the creator of the sewing machine, went to sleep thinking about how to create a needle that would catch the thread on the sewing machine. He dreamed of being attacked by African natives with spears that had a hole in the point. And that’s how he got his answer and created his needle that worked perfectly.

Thomas Edison, the American scientist who invented the light bulb and the phonograph, kept a cot in his work area. Whenever he faced a problem, or needed a new or better idea, he would lie down and doze off lightly with his mind concentrated on the solution. He realized that just by relaxing his body and mind he received new ideas from “space”

Much of our greatest music came from dream levels, such as Handel’s ‘Messiah’, ‘Silent Night’ and many others. And the list is long. But the point is that this knowledge and guidance from dreams is available to everyone, if only we learn to tune in, remember our dreams and connect the dots.

Delightful Dreaming!

In the next episode, we will explore how dreams can help us to enhance our lives.

By Simran M

Dream Interpreter

Multi Coaching International

US$10 to have your dream explained to you.

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Dream interpretations - with Simran Melwani by Email Consultations


She uses her intuitive, compassionate nature combined with her channelled skill to help extract and understand the meanings of dreams. Dreams reveal to us our thought processes and help us to get insights on our goals, our attitudes and beliefs and the way we see ourselves. Dreams show us the way through to our growth and transformation in all areas of our life – be it relationships or challenges we face.

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”


Simran can guide you to interpret your dreams and understand their messages. Make a payment via pal pal and email us your dreams.


She will respond within 48 hours. You may choose to get one dream interpreted for USD10.

For the more active dream recaller,  you may choose to get an entire week's dreams interpreted for USD50 or 4 weeks' dreams interpreted for USD200.


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