If there’s a discrepancy between what we think we ought to be doing and what we actually need to be doing, that conflict will be expressed through our dreams
(PRWEB) July 02, 2015
Dream analyst, David Rivinus, will be a featured guest speaker at the annual Transformation Conference sponsored by Ozark Mountain Publishing. The conference will be held at the Holiday Inn and Convention Center in Springdale, Arkansas over the weekend of July 17-19. Rivinus’s lecture, entitled “Learning to Accurately Interpret Your Dreams,” will be given on Saturday afternoon, July 18 at 2:30. Rivinus will also be available for individual dream interpretation sessions, and on Monday, July 20th, immediately following the conference, he will facilitate a one-day workshop on techniques of dream analysis.
The Transformation Conference is celebrating its 10th anniversary this summer. Typically, it attracts approximately 500 attendees from across the United States and around the world. It focuses on metaphysical topics related to spiritual growth such as meditation, mediumship, astrology, near death experiences and more.
Rivinus’s dream subject fits neatly into those categories. “There is no question that dreams are a metaphysical phenomenon,” he says. According to him, they are a subconscious communication from our psyches. He says, further, that dreams work hard to offer us an overview of our current status in life. “If there’s a discrepancy between what we think we ought to be doing and what we actually need to be doing, that conflict will be expressed through dreams,” he adds. Paying attention to any dream message is often a source of conflict resolution. Rivinus has also suggested that the dreaming process continues even while we are awake.
According to Rivinus, who has over 35 years of international experience facilitating dream interpretation, most people do not pay enough attention to these sometimes-strange events. “That’s usually because when they are confronted with the peculiar plots and circumstances in their dreams, they don’t know what to do with the information they are given,” he says. Rivinus points out that dream language is not quite the same as the language we use when we converse. “Dreams speak in metaphors, but it’s a simple enough language to learn,” he adds.
Rivinus has worked with dreams since the early 1970s and has written the book “Always Dreaming” to explain his simple five-step technique and to document his experiences. Ozark Mountain Publishing specializes in new-age books on subjects related to metaphysics and spirituality. For more information about the Transformation Conference, go to http://www.transformation-conference.com. Or visit Rivinus’s website at http://www.teacherofdreams.com.