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Jane Teresa Anderson

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Jane Teresa Anderson BSc Hons is an internationally acclaimed dream analyst, dream therapist, and dream alchemist living in Brisbane, Australia, consulting, training, and mentoring worldwide through her website at www.JaneTeresa.com

Published by Hachette, Piatkus, Random House, and Harper Collins, Jane Teresa is the author of seven popular books including her latest, The Dream Handbook (pub Hachette and Piatkus Feb 2018), a frequent guest on national television, and an accomplished radio dream talk-back expert, interpreting callers’ dreams for more than 1,500 shows.

Jane Teresa hosts a monthly podcast series, The Dream Show, at JaneTeresa.com (also on iTunes) where she interprets guests’ dreams, demonstrates the healing power of dream therapy
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Jane Teresa Anderson Good question, thank you Barbara. I think of my dream work (research and consulting) as my calling, and yet writing has been a constant part of this…moreGood question, thank you Barbara. I think of my dream work (research and consulting) as my calling, and yet writing has been a constant part of this work: books, ebooks, blogs, and, in the early days, newsletters. I remember writing books when I was a small child, folded paper pages stapled together, stories and illustrations. I remember my school teacher when I was seven, Mr Reedling, making me read out the opening sentences to my story, because I didn't start with 'once upon a time'. I remember crafting that story, thinking it would be exciting to begin it with something one of my characters exclaimed. I remember, at age 11, being caught out by my teacher for writing a story instead of listening to her lesson. Instead of punishing me, she asked me to write a school magazine. I handwrote the school magazine every month for a year, asked other students to contribute. In my first job after university, I was asked to write. Oh, I could write a book about this. Suddenly I'm remembering so many times when writing called to me, and yet I've never thought of writing as a calling. Thank you.(less)
Jane Teresa Anderson Thank you Pratt. If we ask children about their dreams in ways that show we're excited about and respect and value their dream experiences, we help…moreThank you Pratt. If we ask children about their dreams in ways that show we're excited about and respect and value their dream experiences, we help them build respect and value too. One of the quickest ways to turn off recall is to dismiss our children's dreams as unimportant, meaningless, or something they shouldn't worry about or bring to the breakfast table. If children sense our interest in their dreams, they feel more comfortable acknowledging and exploring them. So it doesn't really matter what questions we ask, and as long as our responses to the questions are accepting and loving, they will begin to remember more of their dreams and want to share them.

Once dream recall and open communication is well established, a good question to help children (and adults) gain helpful insight from their dreams is "What does the feeling you get in your dream remind you of in your life now?" Dreams reflect the last 1-2 days.(less)
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Episode 208 The Kangaroo, the Cook, and the Baby, Jane Teresa Anderson dreams


My guest this episode is Gillian, from the south coast of Australia. Gillian has had a recurring dream theme about forgetting to look after a baby, or neglecting a baby in some way, so when she had a dream about a baby with a positive ending, she was excited to discover what it meant.

In her dream, Gillian is enjoying a holiday at a Guest House, dining at a long table, when it’s announced that...

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“Simplify the complicated, untangle the tangled, follow the threads, to the heart of the matter.”
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“In your dreams you see what daylight obscures. The magnificence of your being, like constellations of stars, that fade from view on waking.”
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