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Dave Barr04-08-21 David Barr of “IN THE DREAMTIME”

We discuss dreams and how to access your dream Information


I have known David for over 28 years – We met while both working at Ross-Simons, a jewelry company in RI. He was in IT and I worked in the Customer Service dept. I remember David as a quiet, polite young man. I would never have “DREAMED” that either one of us, would be as involved in the spiritual community as we are now and I was thrilled that he agreed to do this interview. I was excited and impressed by this path that David has Ventured down – it is a subject that I am very interested in and I know that many others are as well.

Dreams are an important part of our lives and David has studied this field and understands the importance of Dream Interpretation and the importance of empowering others to understand their own dreams. He has created a method(s) to help people understand dreams. It is a very interesting interview/conversation and I can’t wait to have David back on to delve deeper into this topic.

ABOUT David:

David Barr is a Certified Dream Teacher through the Robert Moss School of Active Dreaming. He has a BA in Psychology from Rhode Island College. David’s passion is engaging people about dreams. He helps people form deeper connections to their dreams and teaches them to use dreams to enhance their lives. David is also certified in hypnosis, neuro-linguistic programming and Reiki and Karuna Reiki. He has also studied with several shaman/shamanic practitioners.

Learning to work with dreams has changed my life. Dreams have helped me make major life decisions and guided me towards the right people and paths while steering me away from the wrong ones. By taking action on my dreams, I was able to things like stand-up comedy, stand in the middle of Stonehenge, and teach at various wellness and spiritual centers.

As our society began to modernize, our culture stopped valuing our dreams. I’m part of a growing movement to change that. We’re told that dreams are a way for our brains to process and organize information and experiences that we’ve had throughout the day. Dreams are so much more than that… They are sources of inspiration, wisdom, guidance, creativity, healing, and fun. Dreams have led to great works of literature, art, music, movies, inventions, and scientific advancements. When we tap into our dreams and take action on the messages coming through, anything is possible.

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