•Dream Life Coaching
For many years I lived a roller coaster existence.
I had a happy marriage, two great kids, a large house, and a vacation house. I owned my own business and was able to have just about any material thing I wanted. Sounds awesome, right?
Those things were the top of the ride, but the downward spirals and loops were soul-crushing.
I lacked self-confidence and was the queen of beating up myself for anything that went wrong—even when I had nothing to do with it.
I went to therapy, listened to self-help tapes, and even took Prozac for a while. Those things helped at first, but as soon as something else went wrong, such as losing client or having a disagreement with my husband, I’d slink into another funk, convinced that things would never get better.
Thankfully, someone introduced me to dream work and the power that dreams have over our lives.
I knew I had dreams, but I never paid much attention to them. Once I did… WOW!
Remembering my dreams and understanding the hidden meanings in them unlocked a powerful new level of self awareness.
Let me tell you, it feels AMAZING to be off the roller coaster!
That’s why I’m so passionate about the power of dreams in understanding and transforming our lives! It drives my commitment to helping women, especially women over 40, transform their circumstances!
Dream work is powerful when you’re:
“Debbie and I have been working together for over a year now and she has proven to be an incredibly talented dream coach. In working through my relationship and anxiety issues she has been patient, kind, and compassionate as she holds space for me to delve deep into my subconscious while using her wisdom and intuition to guide me. Through this process I have learned to let go of fear, trust myself, and gain my power back. With Debbie’s help I feel that I have tapped into a powerful modality that has sped up my personal growth and truly transformed my life.”
~ Jeannie R., Los Angeles
What’s In It For You?
I’ll help you:
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You were absolutely responsive to my concerns. I felt very comfortable talking to you about things and always looked forward to the sesssions.
I would definitely recommend your services to others. - Becky L., Michigan
I think you are a great coach and I loved the sessions. Your interpretations gave me a different way to look at my dreams that I found very helpful. - Karen A., South Carolina
What is a Dream-Life Coach?
A dream life coach is someone who is trained to coach you how to attain a life you love by helping you understand your innermost thoughts through the practice of unlocking the meaning of your daytime and nighttime dreams. Dreams are the way our subconscious communicates, and I’m trained in how to translate the subconscious’ symbolic language in a way that’s understandable and useful. Our philosophy is that everyone is capable of greater self awareness and that our dreams are the bridge to this awakening. By coaching you to understand your dreams, I can help you can gain a deeper understanding of self and a greater ability to break through the limiting beliefs that often keep you from having the results you want.
What is a session like?
Each session is an hour long and is tailor made to fit your needs. Typically we discuss your situation and desires and how your dreams relate to these needs. If you have a specific dream to discuss, I dig deep, analyzing your dream in detail to provide you with greater understanding of your dream and yourself. This includes insight into nighttime dreams and the dreams and desires of your everyday life. Ongoing support is provided so I can be an accountability partner for you as you work on achieving your goals.
Where do you do the sessions?
Most sessions are done over the telephone and can be recorded for your playback at any time. In-person sessions are also available.
What is the difference between coaching and therapy?
A therapist provides advice and treatment for specific psychological issues. A therapist believes there is something wrong with you, and is there to fix you. I believe there’s nothing wrong with you! You’re fine and capable of finding the solutions to your situations, but just need the guidance and direction that a trained coach like me can provide. I want to be your partner on your journey. I’m committed to your success.
What’s the difference between The Dream Coach and anything else on the web?
I’m not content with just giving an interpretation of a dream and leaving it at that. I work one-on-one with you to determine how your dream relates to your life and how to use this insight to resolve issues, devise future plans, increase happiness with life and gain greater self-awareness. I’m here to help make your dreams come true.
What if I don’t remember my dreams?
You don’t have to remember your dreams to benefit from my guidance. While working with nighttime dreams is an important part of what I do, I also work with daytime dreams. If you have a dream project or a goal and are frustrated by your lack of progress or success, I can help you discover what’s holding you back and how to break through that resistance to achieve what you want.
Do you do dream circles?
Yes. Dream circles can be a powerful awakening and bonding experience for all. We have a monthly dream circle in the Los Angeles area.
•Free Dream Decoder Session: Complementary one-on-one session to see if Dream-Life Coaching is for you: FREE CLICK HERE
Debbie Spector Weisman has incorporated the knowledge gleaned from her professional work and as a wife and mother into Dream-Life Coaching. In addition to her coaching work, Debbie has been the co-owner of a film and video production company which was instrumental in the production of dozens of films including the groundbreaking film What the Bleep Do We Know!?, Man of the Year, starring John Ritter, Pregnant in America, and the spiritual documentary Dreaming Heaven. Debbie is also the best-selling author of over twenty novels, including five of the original books in the popular Sweet Valley High series.
Debbie believes that through Dream-Life Coaching, anyone can manifest their goals or gain potentially life-changing insights into their behaviors or waking-life situations. Debbie is a member of the International Association for the Advancement of Dreams and author of the book 101 Dream Dates: How to Say I Love You To the Most Important Person in Your Life–You!
If you need further information, please read about my own journey and how it makes me uniquely qualified to lead you on your own path to fulfillment…
I was born and raised in the seaside town of Asbury Park, New Jersey. Growing up, it was inconceivable to me how any kid who didn’t have a beach and ocean at their disposal could ever be happy. Splashing in the waves, lying on the sand and eating frozen custard on the boardwalk was certainly my definition of a dream life. In first grade, I even had a teacher who would walk us out to a jetty and lead the class in song as the ocean mist sprayed gently on our faces. For a few years my parents owned several of the rides on the boardwalk and being able to go on them whenever I wanted was the best thing any kid could have.
As I grew into adolescence, life chipped away at that dream life. My father died when I was eleven. I was too young to fully realize the toll that his loss put on me, that a part of me had died too, and by the time I graduated high school I was anxious to get away, believing there had to be something better out there.
I was reborn at Ithaca College, where I studied communications, lived at the radio station and met the love of my life. The summer after we graduated we got married and moved to New York, where I began a career in publishing. Several years later I landed what I considered my dream job, editing a new magazine for teen girls called Sassy. I would have loved to have spent the rest of my career working there, but the magazine folded after less than a year, a loss that devastated me and something I took personally, even though the reasons for the demise had nothing to do with me. I went freelance after that, eventually working as an editor for a company that was producing young adult novels.
At around the same time, my husband and I decided to move to California so he could pursue his dreams in the film business. It worked for me as I was able to work at home and even started submitting story ideas to the company. Several were accepted and I was on my way to a new career as an author. I wrote five published novels and was then asked to be a ghostwriter on a new series, Sweet Valley High, and three of those novels made it to the New York Times best seller list.
Life was good. I wrote nearly a dozen more books as a ghostwriter, including a four book series for middle school readers. My husband’s career was going well, we had a daughter and son, a house in the suburbs and a second home up in the mountains. I can even remember one summer night in July looking out the window of that house, with its magnificent views of gently rolling hills and endless stars overhead, and thinking to myself that it just didn’t get better than this.
Then things started to fall apart. My creative well ran dry and my writing career faltered. I started working full time in the production company my husband started and not too long after that, we suffered several devastating hits to the business. These were caused by events out of our control, yet I still found a way to blame myself for what happened. For years I limped along, somehow holding things together while raising a family and keeping the business going. I was no longer living my dream life. In fact I had forgotten it even existed! Yet I didn’t want to remain in this mindset for the rest of my life. Deep down I knew I had more inside me, and I needed a way to release it.
The first inkling of a new direction came when our company was asked to do the finishing work on the groundbreaking feature, What the Bleep Do We Know!? Bleep introduced me to the concept of possibilities and during the four years we were involved with Bleep and the successor film What the Bleep Down the Rabbit Hole¸ I was exposed to others who believed that there was so much more we could do to reach our greatest potentials. I began to realize that all those times I beat myself up for things that were out of my control were nothing more than a cruel trick my mind played on me to keep me small and powerless. I also began to realize that there was something I could do to change that. I went to seminars, read books and did as much as I could to get myself back to feeling like that wide-eyed child who loved digging sand castles on the Jersey Shore.
This exploration lead me to Kelly Sullivan Walden. My company was one of the producers of a documentary she appeared in, Dreaming Heaven, and I met her in that connection. I started attending her dream circles, curious to understand what happened when I went to bed each night. I was surprised to realize there was more to learn, that our nighttime dreams have the ability to open new worlds for us and help guide us to solutions in our waking lives.
The experiences of being in these dream circles made me want to learn more, so when Kelly announced she was launching her Dream-Life Coaching program I jumped right in. It was a transformational experience. Not only did I get a better handle on my dreams, I learned the tools that enabled me to see that dreams were a way of rediscovering who I really was and giving me back the power I forgot I ever had. Through this, I was able to make my waking life the dream life I thought I could never re-experience.
Now, after rigorous training, I am ready to pay it forward. I want to help others learn what I finally learned–how to love myself and in doing so reach my highest possibilities for myself and for others. Dream-Life Coaching is the best way to make that happen, and I am committed to seeing that everyone can have their dreams come true too.
•Free Dream Decoder Session: Complementary one-on-one session to see if Dream-Life Coaching is for you: FREE CLICK HERE
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