The Dream Detective Podcast: Spooky Old House Dreams, Dancing Skeletons, and a Trip to New Orleans - By Mimi Pettibone
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This episode explores two dreams about spooky old houses, one about a magical trip to New Orleans, and Mimi shares a dream of her own about dancing glow-in-the-dark skeletons. We delve into the paranormal, intuition, the creative process, and the experience of sheer delight! Each dream is set to music and explored on its own, and some common threads are revealed as well.
Mimi Pettibone is the creator of The Dream Detective Podcast and the Enchanted Art Oracle Cards. She offers private consultations at East West Bookshop on Saturdays and by phone on subjects including dream interpretation, relationship and life path coaching, working with the Divine, and tarot and oracle readings. Her background includes humanistic and social psychology, relationship and communication skills, consciousness and spirituality. Mimi is also a dream columnist for the New Spirit Journal Online and has an Etsy shop. You can find her card deck on Etsy and at East West Bookshop in Seattle. For more info on Mimi you can visit her website www.thedreamdetective.com
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