The 5 most common HEALTH DREAMS You Want to REMEMBER
Changing Ideas about Health – an interview with Karen Mosby
Remembering your night time dreams is the
simplest, easiest, and most accessible way
to get in touch with the emotions that drive your health cycles.
Karen explains the 5 most common ‘health’ dreams
and how you can respond to them for positive outcomes.
Have you seen
any of these
“My car is out of control, tires are flat, car is out of gas…..”
“My aunt is driving the vehicle……”
“I saw a huge tsunami about to over take me and I start to run……”
“Then the grizzly bear came around the fence….”
“The whole town had been destroyed by a large tornado…..”
Karen Mosby’s presentation can rearrange your thinking about health checkups.
A registered nurse in intensive care for 30 years,
Quantum Biofeedback Specialist for 10 years,
Karen shares how her dream interpretation skills return healing into the hands
of patients and clients, students and health coaches.
We are meant to be healthy. Each of us has an internal health monitor at our disposal. It switches on every night, assessing the condition of our health and offering a report every morning of our lives. That report we commonly call a dream.
Medical research today shows that 80% of all disorders in the body are caused by the way we think and how we respond to life’s daily challenges.
Most people don’t even recognize the chronic, stressful thoughts they live with daily. We tend to go through the day on autopilot, in a daydream fog, not really paying attention to our surroundings. Failing to question our reactions, we forfeit the opportunities in front of us. We become creatures of our ancestry, of the stories we keep telling ourselves. Bruce Lipton, a developmental biologist, states in his book Biology of Belief, we don’t need to be ruled by our genetics. What causes genetic predispositions for disease to turn on in the body are our emotional reactions to the people, places and things in our lives.
Those emotional reactions have a mental cause and a physical impact. Dreams are your connecting doorway between what is unconscious and what is conscious.
Remembering your night time dreams is the simplest, easiest, and most accessible way to get in touch with the emotions that drive your health cycles. Karen will discuss the 5 most common ‘health’ dreams and how you can respond to them for positive outcomes.
DREAMS OFFER PERSONAL ANSWERS
TO YOUR HEALTH QUESTIONS
If you knew that understanding your night time dreams is a factor in your health and longevity, would you make the effort to record your dreams? Karen shows you the health indicators to look for in your dreams.
Learn how your dreams target these health-busters:
Suffering from depression
Poor lifestyle habits
Unconscious stress-producing thoughts that we live with daily
Paying attention to the messages in your dreams give you the advantage of wholistic health view. Dreams inform your mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being. When interpreted in the Universal Language of Mind, your dreams focus your mind on:
What change will make the greatest impact
Where you can implement that change
How to insure you are working in the best interest of your whole self
Self Care is trending these days. Dreams come to serve your whole Self each time you sleep. Karen discusses the 5 most common ‘health’ dreams and how you can respond to them for positive outcomes. Here’s your opportunity to make interpreting dreams a priority in your health insurance plan.
Karen Mosby is a registered nurse and a quantum biofeedback specialist based in New Orleans. As an ordained minister and a School of Metaphysics graduate, she has invested 18 years in teaching adults how to become more consciously Self aware of their impact upon the people in their environment. While a faculty member at the College of Metaphysics, she taught energetic healing through applying principles of holistic nutrition;- food for the mind as well as the body.
A seasoned speaker, Karen creates interactive environments addressing ways to build teams, prevent burnout, make peace with stress, and how to reclaim your health. She tailors her programs to serve the needs of her audiences be it nurses and staff at Mercy Hospitals, teachers at state teachers conferences, practitioners at wellness centers, and social workers at NASW conferences. Her 8-week course, Accessing Your Super-Conscious Healing Power, is a mindfulness approach to the mental, emotional, spiritual and physical components of health and well-being.