IAN WALLACE

DREAM PSYCHOLOGIST

A DREAM IS JUST A DREAM UNTIL YOU PUT IT INTO ACTION

The word dream has two meanings in our language. Dreams can mean the nightly phenomena that we all create and can also be our greatest life ambitions. Although these two meanings seem quite different, they are fundamentally connected by a deeper level of self-awareness. By exploring your dreams and becoming more aware of what they mean, you naturally connect with practical ways to consistently fulfil your deepest aspirations.

About Ian Wallace

ABOUT IAN WALLACE

Ian Wallace is a best-selling author and popular broadcaster on the subject of dreams and pschology. Ian is widely acclaimed in the media for his live dream analysis, performed with an expert empathy and immediacy that entertains, informs and educates. He regularly appears on television, on radio and in print, where is consistently recognised and applauded for his articulacy, his accuracy and his authority. Ian is the originator of the Dream Connection Process, a uniquely powerful method that enables anyone to connect the imagery and symbolism that they create in their dreams to opportunities in waking life where they can use this insight to make a healthy difference.

About Dreams

ABOUT DREAMS

Your dreams reflect the fundamental patterns of your waking life and, although your nightly dreams and your daily life may seem to have no connection, the word ‘dream’ also means your waking hopes and aspirations, as well as your night-time adventures. Even though the intentional pursuit of your waking dreams and the natural creation of your nocturnal dreams may seem to be entirely separate, they are both primarily driven by a deeper level of self-awareness that we all possess. This more elemental understanding of yourself is a natural human quality and is known as your unconscious awareness.

About Psychology

ABOUT PSYCHOLOGY

When exploring dreams, it can be all too easy to become fixated on the dream and find yourself ignoring the dreamer who is creating all the dreams. To really understand the meanings and messages from the dreams, it is incredibly helpful to have an understanding of the dreamer and their potential behaviour patterns. Psychology is the study of human behaviour and goes beyond the purely conscious and physical manifestations of what it means to be human. Although psychological studies can be complex explorations with many apparent contradictions, the basics of psychology are who you are, what you need and what you believe.

DREAMS DON'T HAPPEN TO YOU, YOU HAPPEN TO YOUR DREAMS

DREAMS DON'T HAPPEN TO YOU, YOU HAPPEN TO YOUR DREAMS

Dreams don’t just happen to you, you actually happen to your dreams. You create everything in your dreams. Every person you encounter, every place you go, every event you experience is generated by your unconscious self. By understanding why you create your unique dream content, you invariably achieve a profound understanding of who you really are, what you really need, and what you really believe.

This is also true for your dreams in waking life. Your greatest ambitions and deepest aspirations don’t just happen to you – you have to actively create them. By using the unconscious understanding you create every night in your dreams, you can connect far more deeply and successfully with your lifetime ambitions and aspirations.

IAN'S DREAM BOOKS

The Top 100 Dreams

THE TOP 100 DREAMS

The Top 100 Dreams: The Dreams We All Have And What They Really Mean is Ian’s internationally best-selling dream book, now available in 14 different languages around the world.

Be Your Own Dream Expert

BE YOUR OWN DREAM EXPERT

The Complete A to Z Dictionary of Dreams: Be Your Own Dream Expert is Ian’s best-selling and definitive modern dream dictionary.

IAN'S MEDIA DREAM JOURNAL

RYAN SEACREST ON AIR, SISANIE'S PREGNANCY DREAMS

Sisanie shared on-air this week she's been having vivid pregnancy dreams about her ex-boyfriends and even her husband cheating! She shared these crazy dreams only happen when she's pregnant. So what does it all mean?

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JIM JEFFERIES, I DON'T KNOW ABOUT THAT, DREAMS

In this episode, the team discusses dreams with psychologist, media dream expert, and best-selling author of "The Top 100 Dreams" and "The Complete A-Z Dictionary of Dreams", Ian Wallace.

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THIS MORNING, LOCKDOWN DREAMS, 13-05-2020

We might be physically separated from our loved ones, but one thing uniting us are bizarre and vivid dreams in lockdown. After Holly had her own ‘quarandream’ last week, we’re joined by psychologist Ian Wallace to explain the phenomenon and analyse some viewers’ wacky night time visions..

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Lucid dreaming: how to teach yourself

Lucid dreaming: how to teach yourself

“Part of the excitement of lucid dreaming is the realisation that you have the power to do anything you wish in the world in your dream,” says Ian Wallace, a psychologist, dream expert, and author of The Complete A to Z Dictionary of Dreams. “By using lucid dreams to work through challenging situations in your waking life, you naturally begin to realise you also have the power to create the day-to-day reality you want to live in.”

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The five most common types of dreams

the five most common types of dreams

Femail spoke to psychologist and dream expert Dr Ian Wallace about what your reoccurring dreams mean, following reports that 50 per cent of Brits are losing 9 hours of sleep a week Reassuringly, no matter how terrifying a middle-of-the-night pursuit might seem, it could actually be a good sign, as it can signify striving for your goals. Femail asked Dr Wallace to explain just what those reoccurring dreams mean and how, even with technology constantly around us, you can still get a better night’s rest.

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THIS MORNING, THE SECRETS OF DREAMING, 17-08-18

Dream expert Ian Wallace explains why we dream, shares a technique for remembering your dreams, and says everyone can learn to lucid dream.

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Sleepless Nights

Sleepless Nights

Here’s how many hours of sleep you lose every week worrying about work Hard-working Brits are losing a huge amount of sleep each week due to worries about work, a survey has revealed Knackered, stressed-out and weary Brits are losing a huge amount of sleep every week due to worrying about work. Hard-working and conscientious employed Brits fall way short of the usual eight hours of kip a night, according to the latest survey.

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The Dream Job

The Dream Job<

British workers are losing more than nine hours of sleep a week due to worries about work The survey of 2,000 workers found that workers in the UK lost more than nine hours of sleep every week, due to worries about their job. It found that the average of amount of sleep lost each week stressing over work was just under nine hours 30 minutes.

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Decoding our work dreams

Decoding our work dreams

Most of our accumulated emotional tension is generated from encountering conflicts and challenges at work, particularly with colleagues. So, it’s natural that our jobs count for a lot of our dream activity. However, the work environments and colleagues we create in our dreams are not those actual places and people, but rather symbols of personal realisation and development.

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What your dreams are trying to tell you and what to do about them

What your dreams are trying to tell you and what to do about them

The prominent dream psychologist says staying within the dream, facing your fear and taking control of events can be beneficial to your well-being. He believes the images conjured in the mind during slumber are linked to someone’s abilities and needs in the real world; you just need to look closely and read into the symbols encoded within. According to Wallace’s technique, dreams are a powerful reflective tool that can act as a compass pointing towards needs the dreamer didn’t even know they had.

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Algengustu draumarnir og hvað þeir þýða

Algengustu draumarnir og hvað þeir þýða

Draumar geta veitt okkur furðulega innsýn í undirmeðvitundina og reynist oft erfitt að ráða þá. Á vef Doktor.is stendur eftirfarandi um drauma:

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What do YOUR dreams mean?

What do YOUR dreams mean?

Ruth Langsford has confessed she is a sufferer of the third most common dream – using a toilet in public. On Monday’s episode of This Morning, Ruth and Eamonn Holmes hosted a phone-in where viewers had their dreams analysed by dream expert Ian Wallace.

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THIS MORNING, 21-08-2017

In this next dream feature on ITV’s This Morning, I am joined again by the lovely Ruth and charming Eamonn as we explore some of the dreams of our wonderful viewers. This time, our dream explorations include dreams about the emotional containment and confinement of swimming pools, dreams about moving house, more house dreams but this time with extra rooms and strangers living in them, dreams about teeth, dreams about toilets, dreams about hairballs stuck in the dreamer’s throat, and dreams about being stuck on the stairs.

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STEVE WRIGHT IN THE AFTERNOON, 08-08-2017

In this dream feature on Steve Wright In The Afternoon on BBC Radio 2, Steve, Janey and I make sense of some more of your wonderful dreams. The dreams we explored in the show included…

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A Psychologist’s Dream Interpretation Of Common Dreams

A Psychologist’s Dream Interpretation Of Common Dreams

We all have dreams every night. Yes, although sometimes it seems like you don’t have one. But the reality is you have. Some dreams are forgotten when you wake up and some are clear. Well, there is another explanation for that which is not the subject of this post. While dreams are a common phenomenon to all people across cultures, it is also one of the most mysterious human experiences. It produces more questions than answers. For instance, you might ask why do we dream? Or, what do dreams mean?

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THIS MORNING, 18-07-2017

In this dream feature on ITV’s This Morning, I am joined by the lovely Ruth and charming Eamonn as we explore some of the dreams of our wonderful viewers. Our dream explorations include dreams about having a mouthful of sand, dreams about houses crumbling down, dreams about being lost, and dreams about jolting and jerking. The dream which caused most intrigue and received most attention was about chickens dressed in soldier uniforms trying to shoot the dreamer from an upstairs window. Our analysis of this dream created a lot of interest from a variety of commentators and was heavily featured in the next day’s newspapers!

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RUSSELL BRAND, RADIO X

Russell invited me onto his Radio X show to explore some of the reasons around why we dream and what our dreams mean. We were having a great conversation, which the listeners were really enjoying, until Russell started to feel a bit threatened when I offered some well-researched and contemporary alternative perspectives to his cliched and out-of-date opinions about dreams.

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Die 10 häufigsten Träume der Menschen und was sie bedeuten

Die 10 häufigsten Träume der Menschen und was sie bedeuten

Ian Wallace kennt sich mit Träumen und ihrer Bedeutung aus. Seit immerhin 3 Jahrzehnten widmet sich der amerikanische Psychologe in seiner Arbeit ganz der Traumforschung und hat bis dato bereits mehr als 150 000 Träume verschiedener Menschen analysiert. Wer, wenn nicht er, sollte also besser darüber Bescheid wissen, was im Schlaf so in uns vor geht?

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THIS MORNING, 25-05-2017

Analysing more amazing dreams from our wonderful viewers on ITV’s This Morning with the lovely Holly and fabulous Rylan, where I helped callers, emailers and texters to identify why they had actually created a particular dream, so that they could make some powerful choices and take decisive action.

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DREAM ANSWERS WITH ANNA ASSEN

1. What would you say about dreams in general? 2. How/why did you get into this business? 3. What are your thoughts on the Freud theory? Do you think it is the most known theory to interpret dreams? 4. Do you have a set of rules/instructions you follow to interpret people’s dreams? 5. Do you know about some of the most recent studies about interpreting dreams? If so which ones? 6. What is one dream you interpreted that left an impression on you? (Good or bad) 7. What are you thoughts about why we dream and if dreaming has something to do with reality?

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Que Signifient Vos Rêves Erotiques?

Que Signifient Vos Rêves Erotiques?

Le psychologue Ian Wallace a interprété les rêves érotiques les plus communs relayés par la presse britannique . L’expert a analysé la signification des rêves érotiques parmi les plus courants.   Les rêves sexuels les plus communs comprennent le sexe avec un patron, un ex, un ami ou un collègue, un patron, un partenaire de même sexe, avec une célébrité, un étranger etc…A noter que selon un rapport de l’Insee, 70 % de femmes avouent faire des rêves érotiques, pour 80 % des hommes. Ils se manifestent lors de l’adolescence.

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What your dreams really mean

What your dreams really mean

Whether you’re flying, your teeth are falling out or you’re trying (but failing) to run away from a predator, most of us have dedicated plenty of time to trying to make sense of our dreams. Is our subconscious trying to tell us something? Is it our brains filing information away? Or is it a metaphor for something big happening in our lives? Ian Wallace, a globally prominent psychologist, told Coach dreams are actually a combination of all three – and it’s certainly not about mysticism or being psychic. “A dream is how you imagine yourself,” he explains. “It’s how you imagine the person you have been and how you imagine the person you would like to become.”

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Psychologist Reveals The 9 Most Common Dreams And What They Mean

Psychologist Reveals The 9 Most Common Dreams And What They Mean

Many psychologists have given up trying to interpret dreams, but we talked to one who hasn’t. Psychologist Ian Wallace has interpreted over 350,000 dreams during more than 30 years of practice. He helped us compile a list of nine of the most common dreams, their meanings, and what action you should take in waking life.

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8 bizarre pregnancy dreams and what they really mean

8 bizarre pregnancy dreams and what they really mean

During pregnancy, it’s common to have vivid, strange dreams and frightening nightmares that wake you up in a cold sweat. Although pregnant women don’t have more dreams than those who are not, they do report more nightmares, according to a study in the journal Sleep Medicine.

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A tanglei mang kong hi Psychologist minthang Ian Wallace

A tanglei mang kong hi Psychologist minthang Ian Wallace 

A tanglei mang kong hi Psychologist minthang Ian Wallace nih mang 150,000 kha kum 30 chung hneksaknak a tuah hnu ah a langhtermi a si.

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DREAMS AND DELIRIUM, INTENSIVE CARE SOCIETY TALK

Dreams and Delirium are two states of consciousness that often don’t seem to make any sense. Even though a delirious person may seem to be talking nonsense, they are often trying to make meaningful communication. In this presentation I gave at the ‘Delirium In The ICU’ day hosted by the Intensive Care Society, I described how using Cognitive Framing methods can be helpful in making sense of apparently nonsensical dream and delirium states. Here are the images and the audio from the presentation.

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STEVE WRIGHT IN THE AFTERNOON,, 21-11-2016

In this dream feature on Steve Wright In The Afternoon on BBC Radio 2, Steve, Tim and I make sense of some more of your wonderful dreams. The dreams we explored in the show included…

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WORKING WITH CHILDRENS DREAMS

When working with children’s dreams, it’s clear to see that dreaming is a wonderful thing for a child to do. One of the fantastic things about dreams is the realization that the dream doesn’t happen to you, you actually happen to the dream and you create everything you experience in it. So what you do in your dream is you are creating a far better understanding of who you are, what you need, what you believe – it’s fantastic snapshot of who you are.  A dream is the ultimate selfie.

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LEARNING ABOUT DREAMS

The wonderful Dave Erasmus recently invited me to collaborate with him in a YouTube video, exploring the purpose of sleeptalking and somniloquies, so here’s what we made. On listening to Matt’s night ramblings at first, they seem to be ridiculous, meaningless, and hilarious, just a man lying in bed, unconsciously muttering to himself. If Matt was fully awake when expressing himself in this way, it would be termed a word salad, an attempt to communicate an idea that just emerges in a confused jumble of seemingly random words and phonemes.

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WORLD DREAM DAY, LOIS' DREAM

We partnered with dream psychologist Ian Wallace to analyze the dreams of a few lucky fans in celebration of #WorldDreamDay​.

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WORLD DREAM DAY, NANCY'S DREAM

We partnered with dream psychologist Ian Wallace to analyze the dreams of a few lucky fans in celebration of #WorldDreamDay​.

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WORLD DREAM DAY, SHEILA'S DREAM

We partnered with dream psychologist Ian Wallace to analyze the dreams of a few lucky fans in celebration of #WorldDreamDay​.

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WORLD DREAM DAY, TAMMY'S DREAM

We partnered with dream psychologist Ian Wallace to analyze the dreams of a few lucky fans in celebration of #WorldDreamDay​.

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WORLD DREAM DAY, WENDY'S DREAM

We partnered with dream psychologist Ian Wallace to analyze the dreams of a few lucky fans in celebration of #WorldDreamDay​.

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STEVE WRIGHT IN THE AFTERNOON, 20-05-2016

In this dream feature on Steve Wright In The Afternoon on BBC Radio 2, Steve, Tim and I share the real meanings of some more of your brilliant dreams. The dreams we explored in the show included…

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Can our dreams offer insights into our health?

Can our dreams offer insights into our health?

It’s easy to resent our dreams; the troubling, the inappropriate, the downright terrifying ones we have when we just want a restful night, but is it possible to gain any insight from them which can help with waking life? Psychologist and dream expert Ian Wallace believes so. He’s been fascinated by dreams ever since he was a small child and now helps clients use the imagery they create in their dreams to access opportunities in their lives.

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NETDOCTOR, 13-05-2016

NETDOCTOR, 13-05-2016

It’s easy to resent our dreams; the troubling, the inappropriate, the downright terrifying ones we have when we just want a restful night, but is it possible to gain any insight from them which can help with waking life? Psychologist and dream expert Ian Wallace believes so. He’s been fascinated by dreams ever since he was a small child and now helps clients use the imagery they create in their dreams to access opportunities in their lives.

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STEVE WRIGHT IN THE AFTERNOON, 14-03-2016

In this dream feature on Steve Wright In The Afternoon on BBC Radio 2, Steve, Tim and I help you to understand the real meanings of some more of your amazing dreams. The dreams we explored in the show included…

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Furcsát álmodtatok? Nézzétek meg a 9 leggyakoribb álom jelentését!

Furcsát álmodtatok? Nézzétek meg a 9 leggyakoribb álom jelentését!

Van, hogy napokkal később, de egy szóról, illatról, egy szellőről beugrik, hogy mit álmodtunk az egyik éjjel. Nekem ilyenkor mindig beindul az agyam, és eszembe szokott jutni a teljes sztori a tollasbálról. Sőt van, hogy tudom, ezt már nem először álmodtam. Merthogy visszatérő álmai szinte mindenkinek vannak, ezek jelentése pedig sok esetben homály. Bújjuk az álmoskönyveket, de őszintén megmondom, én azokban még nem találtam magyarázatot az álmaimra. Egy híres pszichológus, Ian Wallace 30 éves praxisa alatt több mint 150 ezer álmot elemzett, így összeállított egy listát a leggyakoribb álmokról, azok jelentéséről, és hogy mit üzen az álom, mit érdemes tennünk az éber életben.

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BBC IWONDER, LUCID DREAMING

Do I have the power to control my dreams? How do I recognize a lucid dream? We all have the power to dream. But the first step to experiencing a lucid dream is recognising that you are in fact dreaming. It’s not as easy as it sounds and not quite as simple as employing the traditional pinch. It may sound a little unusual, but just like when we are exploring any intriguing situation, we do this by looking out for clues. We can identify these clues that we can create in our dreams by being on the look-out for anything that appears strange or out of context. And to help us, we can use a powerful connection process to recognise them and work with them. We’ll start with actually identifying the clue.

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THIS MORNING, DREAM CLINIC, 30-10-2015

Analysing more dreams from our wonderful viewers on ITV’s This Morning, where I helped callers, emailers and texters to identify why they had actually created a particular dream, so that they could make some powerful choices and take decisive action. I also revealed why Keith Lemon dreams of having werewolf arms and being inappropriately intimate with Fearne Cotton. Keith’s verdict on my analysis was ‘Wow that dream stuff with Ian Wallace was ace!’

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THIS MORNING, DREAM FACTS, 30-10-2015

In this episode of Dream Facts on ITV’s This Morning, I dispel some myths and misconceptions about dreams with the charming Ben Shephard and the lovely Holly Willoughby. Holly was hugely relieved to realise that there is no such thing as a bad dream and she was also intrigued to find that she shares her most common recurring dream with her on-screen husband, Phillip Schofield.The recurring dream is shared by Holly and Phillip is the 16th most common dream and you can find out what it really means in my internationally-published best-selling book, ‘The Top 100 Dreams’.

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STEVE WRIGHT IN THE AFTERNOON, 26-10-2015

In this dream feature on Steve Wright In The Afternoon on BBC Radio 2, Steve, Tim and I help you to understand the real meanings of some more of your wonderful dreams. The dreams we explored in the show included…

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WOMAN MAGAZINE, IF YOU DREAM ABOUT…

WOMAN MAGAZINE, IF YOU DREAM ABOUT…

Have you ever had strange or vivdly real dreams and then woken up in the morning and wondered what they actually mean? We do all the time, so we asked psychologist and dream expert Ian Wallace to shed some light on what happens in the deepest, darkets depths of our minds, and what our most common dreams really mean…

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DEAN JACKSON, BBC RADIO, 16-10-2015

In this Friday night dream feature on BBC Radio, presenter Dean Jackson and I explore some of our listeners’ dreams and suggest how they can positively and healthily put their dreams into action. The dreams I analysed include Kerry’s rocky seashore and approaching wave dream, Dave’s huge steel metal room dream and Jill’s cliff face and falling dream.

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DREAM MEANINGS, BBC RADIO WALES

Analysing Welsh listeners’ dreams from further north on the Celtic fringe in BBC Pacific Quay, Glasgow. Dreams analysed include Beryl’s blood, skeletons and telephone box dream, and Scott’s power-sliding into a forest dream and then trying to take off in an aeroplane. Beryl’s dream suggests that she might need to speak up more and express her needs in waking life, rather than always looking after the needs of other people.

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ELERI SION, BBC RADIO WALES, 14-10-2015

In this episode of the Eleri Sion Show on BBC Radio Wales, the lovely Eleri and I explore the dreams of her wonderful Welsh listeners. The dreams from this special hour-long episode include towers and roofs, being kidnapped by a gang, floods, blood and skeletons, sloths, nails, stock markets, power-sliding cars, swimming baths and changing rooms, forgetting where you parked your car, and visiting your old workplace. No crystal balls or superstitions were used in these analyses.

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RTL, IAN WALLACE, PSYCHOLOGUE AMERICAIN

RTL, IAN WALLACE, PSYCHOLOGUE AMERICAIN

Un psychologue livre l’interprétation des rêves les plus courants rencontrés au cours de sa carrière Ian Wallace, psychologue américain, a analysé 250.000 rêves en 30 ans de carrière. Il a sélectionné les plus courants et les a interprétés.

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THE DAILY EDITION, 15-07-2015

In this episode, the team discusses dreams with psychologist, media dream expert, and best-selling author of "The Top 100 Dreams" and "The Complete A-Z Dictionary of Dreams", Ian Wallace.

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STEVE WRIGHT IN THE AFTERNOON, 29-06-2015

In this dream feature on Steve Wright In The Afternoon on BBC Radio 2, Steve, Tim and I explore some more of your fantastic dreams . These include running in slow motion, floating and flying, hiding in a cave, hunted and derelict houses, department store dreams and parties going wrong. Your dreams included…

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DREAM MEANINGS, BBC RADIO WALES, 24-06-2015

Analysing dreams live from London on the Eleri Sion show for BBC Radio Wales. The first dream about a mountain ledge reflects a big step that the dreamer is considering in waking life. The second dream is about swallowing wedding and engagement rings and suggests a need to speak up so that the dreamer can create more committed professional relationships in waking life.

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ELERI SION, BBC WALES, 24-06-2015

In an hour-long dream special on BBC Radio Wales, the charming Eleri Sion and I invite her lovely Welsh listeners to share their dreams with us. The dreams from this hour include spiritual dreams, dreams of death, and why there is no such thing as a bad dream.

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DEAN JACKSON, BBC RADIO, 05-06-2015

In this BBC Radio Friday night dream feature, the charming Dean Jackson and I help his listeners to understand a bit more about the meanings of the dreams they have been creating. Although some of these dreams might seem quite scary and disturbing, they are full of positive and healthy insight. There is no such thing as a bad dream.

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STEVE WRIGHT IN THE AFTERNOON 27-04-15

In this dream episode, Steve, Tim and I explore some more of your fantastic dreams on Steve Wright In The Afternoon on BBC Radio 2. These include teeth, tornadoes, back garden crocodiles, faded navy blue jumpers and being lost in a big hotel. Your dreams included…

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ELERI SION, BBC RADIO WALES, 11-03-2015

In this hour-long special on BBC Radio Wales, the lovely Eleri Sion and I join forces again to explore the dreams of Eleri’s wonderful Welsh listeners, including live calls and lots of informative insights.

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STEVE WRIGHT IN THE AFTERNOON, 19-01-2015

In this dream feature, Steve, Tim and I explore some more of your wonderful dreams on Steve Wright In The Afternoon on BBC Radio 2, . These include Dolly Parton singing in a Middlesborough working man’s club, too many light switches in the bathroom, being chased by foxes, and being lost in a big hotel.  your dreams included…

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TEXT SANTA, CHARITY TELETHON DREAMS

Spending the night under a duvet with Phillip Schofield

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TEETH FALLING OUT DREAMS

TEETH FALLING OUT DREAMS

Hi Ian, my teeth keep falling out.

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SMOKING AND CORRIDOR DREAMS

SMOKING AND CORRIDOR DREAMS

Hi Ian, I keep dreaming I have started smoking again I’m dead annoyed at self and ask my mum get me some e cigs she is no longer with me also keep dreaming get lost in loads of corridors and can’t find way out x

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GOOD MORNING BRITAIN, THE TOP THREE DREAMS

GOOD MORNING BRITAIN, THE TOP THREE DREAMS

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GOOD MORNING BRITAIN, 29-10-2014

GOOD MORNING BRITAIN, 29-10-2014

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FUTURE FLIGHT DREAMS

FUTURE FLIGHT DREAMS

Hi Ian, floating or flying flat on my face. sometimes I’d see some family members & would be in familiar situations. sometimes I would be float/flying over where or near where I’ve been before. I used to think it was a sign cause , I would suffer some crisis or other & it’d take me quite a while to link it up with a recent flying dream. thing is I never knew what it meant at the time ( of each dream) it was almost claire-voyant.

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STEVE WRIGHT IN THE AFTERNOON, 27-10-14

In this dream feature on Steve Wright In The Afternoon on BBC Radio 2, Steve, Tim and I explore some more of your fantastic dreams. These include puffins in a tin, a forgotten baby, flocks of birds, contact lenses, goldfish in distress and being a fox in a spaceship. Your dreams were…

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KEVIN FERNIHOUGH, BBC RADIO, 23-10-2014

In this interview with the BBC’s Kevin Fernihough, we explore the real meaning of why his producer, Harriet, has been dreaming that Kevin is a James Bond type figure. Dreaming about people who you work with is the 21st most common dream and usually indicates that the dreamer is becoming more aware of some of their own talents and is beginning to identify some valuable opportunities to use them.

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THIS MORNING, BE YOUR OWN DREAM EXPERT, 22-10-2014

A great conversation with Phillip Schofield and Amanda Holden, where I showed them how they could become their own dream experts, simply by using my latest best-selling book, ‘The Complete A to Z Dictionary of Dreams: Be Your Own Dream Expert’.

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THIS MORNING, DREAM CLINIC, 22-10-2014

A Dream Clinic with Phillip Schofield and Amanda Holden, where we use the Dream Connection Process to analyse the dreams of viewers so they can turn their dreams into action.

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