Hidden Precognitive and Diagnostic Power of Dreams
~ Gwilda Wiyaka ~
One evolutionary tool often overlooked is dreams. Many authors, composers, artists and, for that matter, physicists and scientists, have reported obtaining direction from their dreams.
Dreams can be precognizant, as they are not bound by time. They can be expansive, as they are not limited by space, and they can be inspirational, as they are not restricted to the limitations of agreed-upon reality.
While all of this can greatly support evolution of thought, expansion of reality, and uncover innovative solutions to modern day problems, there is one aspect of dreams that is particularly intriguing. Our bodies can actually communicate to us through our dreams, alerting us to developing imbalances and illness, long before our medical tests can detect them.
How can our bodies communicate to us through dreams? Can we learn to monitor our health through our dreams? How can we accurately interpret the information from our unconscious? Does this form of diagnosis have any place in our current medical model?
With us this hour to delve more deeply into the topic of dreams and their application is Kathleen O’Keefe- Kanavos. Kathleen has spent years studying and teaching about dreams. A three-time breast cancer survivor whose dreams diagnosed her cancer, she credits her survival to conventional treatment combined with her dreams as a diagnostic tool. All of her cancers were missed by the medical community and the tests on which they relied. Her knowledge and personal wisdom comes from “the trenches of life,” not from hypothetical theories. She is the author of “Surviving Cancer Land,” co-author of “Dreams That Can Save Your Life,” a life guidance coach, and inspirational speaker.
Her website: Kathleenokeefekanavos.com