About me – J.M. DeBord aka “RadOwl” the reddit.com dream expert

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Meet Your Dream Expert

I’m author J.M. DeBord, aka RadOwl the Reddit.com dream expert. Books I’ve written include The Dream Interpretation Dictionary and Dreams 1-2-3: Remember, Interpret, and Live Your Dreams for people who want the easiest possible system for understanding their dreams while going into the depth needed to truly understand them.

In my experience most people don’t know where to begin learning about dream interpretation. One source says a dream means one thing and another source says something else, sometimes contradictory. Unless you study the subject in-depth you won’t have the base of knowledge to judge for yourself. That’s where I come in handy.

I’ve studied the teachings of all the major names in dream interpretation so you don’t have to, and boil down the best of what really works into a user-friendly system I call DREAMS 1-2-3.

Dream work comes in threes:

  1. Remember your dreams.
  2. Interpret your dreams.
  3. Live your dreams.

Dreams have three story elements:

  1. Settings
  2. Characters
  3. Symbols

And they have three narrative components:

  1. Action
  2. Reaction
  3. Resolution
Dreams 1-2-3: Remember, Interpret, and Live Your Dreams

My intro to dream work. Available at Amazon and other retailers.

Dream Interpretation 1-2-3

I teach dream interpretation in three steps. For a complete rundown, visit Dreams123.com.

  1. Break down the dream-story into story elements and narrative components.
  2. Use interpretation techniques to analyze the symbolism and the story.
  3. Build up the interpretation by considering context and making connections.

A complete picture of the dream’s meaning and significance usually emerges as you take those steps. Some dreams require more time to reveal themselves to you, and some are simply beyond the ability to comprehend for all but the very best interpreters. But in my experience, with some effort and the right approach, you can understand most of your dreams.

My Approach to Dream Interpretation

You are the best interpreter of your dreams because you create them, and that means somewhere inside yourself, you know what they mean. Right?

Of course you do, subconsciously. Dreams are created in the unconscious mind, so the better you understand that part of yourself, the better you understand your dreams. Dreams are so foreign to most people because they don’t understand the unconscious, which is to say they don’t understand the vast majority of their own mind. The unconscious mind is part of the psyche, which is a self-regulating and balancing system. I’ll teach  you how it all works.

Dreams are stories, so the better you understand storytelling, the better you understand your dreams. And the better you understand your dreams, the  better you understand yourself.

I’ll show you how it’s done. First step, subscribe below so I can send you info and links that will enlighten you to the world of your dreams.

 

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Dreams can tell you about all areas of your life and lead you to a deep and true knowledge of yourself and your life. For thousands of years they have been used as guides,  as emotional and personal outlets, and as oracles. They are truth in a fake world, the antidote for feeling lost and listless. I can show you how it’s done through a combination of books, online reading, videos and podcasts. Ready?


30 Responses

  1. Connie says:

    I was at a convenience store. Looked down and saw a large black snake close to the door. I started trying to sop people from getting up close. Then i saw it strike at two little birds down at the door, and they immediately died. I knew it was very poisonous at that point! It visiously moved up to under the front cashiers counter, when we all noticed there were two snakes. My dream jumped to a house. My family and I were there being chased by those wild and visious snakes, room to room. No phone would work…i woke up. Weirdest thing though, they never actually comfronted me. Help please?

    • RadOwl says:

      First, read what I shared about snake dreams.

      Something that stands out to me is the setting, a convenience store. Begin with the idea of convenience, then add the danger represented by the snake. Do you do something out of convenience that’s potentially dangerous to you and your family? Since convenience stores are full of convenience foods, and snakes consume and inject venom, there’s a possible connection. The snake moves under the cashier’s counter, a way of saying that the symbolism is related to what you’re willing to pay in time and energy to prepare the right foods for you and your family.

      This is only a guess based on my experience with this type of dream. Lately I’ve run across multiple examples of dreams connecting snakes with health, for good or ill. I also know from past experience that a convenience store setting can speak symbolically to what you do that’s convenient. Plus, I know how difficult it can be to plan and prepare healthy meals. But I also know how important it is. You are what you eat!

  2. Gary Russen says:

    I heard your guest spot on coast to coast the other night, I have a show similar to coast to coast I call Way out there. I have a big interest in dreams. so does my wife. I love to dream and I’m conducting an experiment to see if I can dream about what I want to dream about, In other words munipulate my dreams. It would be great if you could be a future guest episode of Way out there. My station is GJRB Online. and I’m on Spreaker, if you are familier with it. Anyone can podcast from it. In fact I would suggest you use it and do podcast about dreams. I would listen to them and you are welcome to follow me when you get an account. Let me know what you think GJRB Online is also on Twitter and I’m also on You tube Gary Russen GJRBTV on you tube where I have live you tube shows frequently. Look foreward to hearing from you

  3. Irwan laffer says:

    You gave out a lot of secret information the other night on coast to coast. Did nerds giving out iphones help the plebs?.. arguably no …… encouraging them to obsess on the golden rule would serve them better, prior to entering and manipulating other dimensions, in my opinion …..

    • RadOwl says:

      I do think that doing basic dreamwork is the necessary foundation before taking on the more advanced stuff such as lucid dreaming or astral projection.

  4. Dylan says:

    Hi J.M., listened to you on Coast, definitely picking up your book. I often have dreams that focus around animals. I’ve swam with a white dolphin, spotted a snow leopard, killed a snake, tamed a snake, caught a snake, all sorts of snakes come up. I saw a polar black roaming a crowded beach in Florida. Once a pink tarantula walked across my mind during meditation and the next day one of my students brought a pink tarantula toy to school and showed me. I could go on and on. Usually when I have a feeling in the morning that there was a powerful message coded in my dream, it was one of these animal dreams. I now keep a dream journal. Any other suggestions or sources you recommend?

    • RadOwl says:

      At my website is a post about animals in dreams — it’s on the sidebar under most popular posts. I think that’s a good place to start. My book is packed with examples of how to interpret animals in dreams and many of those entries go into more depth than what I offer on the website. Snakes…yeah, a popular dream symbol with a wide variety of possible meanings. Notice on the sidebar there’s a popular post about snakes. Take a look.

      If you subscribe to my newsletter you will get emails with links to lots of resources for how to work with and interpret your dreams. My book The Dream Interpretation Dictionary includes a dream interpretation guide and encyclopedia of concepts and methods. It’s really the best resource I can offer.

      The pink tarantula…that’s a very specific symbol and it’s hard to write it off as coincidence that your student brought that toy to class the next day. Check out my post about precognitive dreams. It will help you to understand dreams that appear to preview future moments in time.

      That Coast to Coast interview was a real thrill for me. Thank you for your feedback.

  5. Susie says:

    My little girl dog is my best friend. I had a dream about 4 years ago…we were sleeping together, curled up, and I woke up (in the dream)…..and found a big knife, and methodically, slowly, with no regret, cut her right in half. No regrets. Killed her.

    What does that mean and how can I forget it? It still scares me.

    BTW, I didn’t really kill her.

    Susie

    • RadOwl says:

      Susie, the thing to realize is your little dog in the dream is symbolism for something, and so are your action of cutting her in half. Begin with the symbolism of your dog. She’s a friend, a companion, loyal, comforting. Perhaps the dream is about a division between you and a friend (you “divide” the dog in half). It could be about feeling divided about a subject such as loyalty or the desire for companionship. The imagery is not literal.

  6. D V says:

    I posted my dream up here for more an answer, and u pulled it down, care to elaborate on why, I had a dream my on and off ex kept feeding me his never ending dick, and it just kept going down by throat. What does this mean?

    • RadOwl says:

      I get a lot of comments and don’t remember that one specifically, but am happy to give you some ideas now. For this dream, I’d focus on the symbolism of his penis and what it means to swallow it. In simplest terms, you’re getting a never-ending supply of something. Like, he won’t stop acting like a dick, or he talks about his dick or fellatio all the time. It could symbolize taking in his masculinity or even connect with feelings about giving him oral sex.

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