How to Interpret Dreams & Signs

How to Interpret Dreams & Signs

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“He lived like a hermit for years sometimes sleeping more than 20 hours a day… to dream more and more… he didn’t speak to anyone and remained silent and while having as many as 50 dreams per night. Everyone thought he had gone crazy. Then one day, he started to share and write about his dream experience...”

That was in 1995, when Kaya, who was poised for super-stardom having been a childhood prodigy whose career began at 7, and by 27, was a major recording artist with multiple awards and accolades, fame, fortune, his records selling in excess of a million, and about to sign a new and major multi-million dollar recording deal with SONY, dramatically abandoned his career. Inspired by a series of visions to turn his attention entirely onto his spiritual path, he retreated to the Laurentian Mountains of Canada and devoted himself to intensively meditating and refining his understanding of the language of dreams. It was then that Kaya began his journey to becoming a renowned expert in dream interpretation, chronicling them each night.

Kaya explains, “My questioning was so intense that I could have gone crazy. For years, in life of solitude, I studied the symbols from every angle, like a mathematician trying to decode an enigma. But the real enigma was me… I had to understand my fears, my joys, my weaknesses that were appearing in form of symbols, both in my dreams and in my daily life. I found one of the first keys the day I told myself, ‘If everything I see and know can appear in my dreams, then physical and metaphysical worlds involve the same symbols.’ There was a code. Now, I know the code…”

In 1998 he returned to the public forum and began sharing “the code”, and his research and experience in the form of books and lectures, which quickly grew to an international not for profit organization, co-founded with his wife Christiane Muller, which has offices & staff in 6 countries and over 400 volunteers.