Kezia practices natural dreamwork, which is based on the premise that a dream contains everything you need to understand it. "If you feel like your dream means something, that's because it does," she says. "But often dreams bring up things that we don't want to think about. They're trying to illuminate parts of yourself that you don't want to see."
So when reading Kezia's interpretations of common dreams, remember the interpretation is not a one-size-fits-all approach.
Help! You're falling and you can't wake up.
This is one of the most jarring dreams, especially when coupled with a hypnic jerk that really makes it feel like you've hit the pavement, or the floor of a Mars crater, or whatever. As with any dream, Kezia suggests people tune into the feelings they experience during these trippy manifestations of REM sleep.
"Falling dreams are about fear, a loss of control, a sense that things are falling apart," she says. "If you have this kind of dream over and over, it means that feeling is alive in your daily life, and the dream is showing you how you're feeling on the inside. See where that feeling might come up [in everyday life]."