FROM READERS: Are you curious about what your dreams mean?

Wednesday, April 11, 2012 | 6:14 p.m. CDT

Anna Steely is the dream coordinator for the School of Metaphysics.

Have you ever dreamed you were standing naked on stage in front of a large audience? Being naked in public is actually a common dream. If you happen to be preparing for a large presentation, then a dream like this could really psych you out. However, take a look at what this dream means in the Universal Language of Mind, and you might feel better about its message. The School of Metaphysics uses this language to interpret dreams.

Being naked symbolizes openness and honesty in the waking life of the dreamer. A large audience represents aspects of self, uniting for a common purpose. Being on a stage represents a tool used for outward expression. This dream is actually saying that there is a way that you are expressing yourself openly and honestly. By expressing openly, this is actually helping other aspects of Self to mature. Looking at the dream from this perspective sheds new light for the dreamer — far from needing to be nervous, the dream is giving feedback about how well prepared you are to present. How you feel about being naked gives additional insight, and that kind of discussion happens in our monthly Dream Circle.

The School of Metaphysics invites the public to join us the second Friday of every month for dream interpretations at Dunn Brothers Coffee. Our Dream Circle starts at 7 p.m. If you have any questions, please contact the school at 573-449-8312. Bring a dream and a friend, and join us for great conversation!

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