KK: You mentioned that dreams, like
synchronicity, can be signs from Spirit.
How can we work with them?
DL: We are constantly getting
messages from Spirit, but we don’t
always recognize and understand
them. However, in dreams, the veil is
thinner, so Spirit can speak to us more
directly. That’s why it’s so important to
remember your dreams. Most people
in the western world do not remember
their dreams because, as a culture, we
don’t believe dreams are important.
Within societies that believe dreams
are important, almost everyone
KK: That makes sense.
DL: Einstein said every major discovery
he ever made came from a dream. They
are a phenomenal resource. You can
actually program your dreams to give
you certain answers when you go to
sleep. Let’s say you wanted to connect
with a loved one. Hold something that
they owned before you go to sleep, or
look at a photograph of them, and just
focus on them as you’re drifting off.
Say to yourself, Tonight, I ask that my
loved one come and visit me.
Or maybe you have a problem and
want to ask what direction you should
take. Simply say, for example, Tonight,
give me a message in regard to my
work—should I quit now or should
I wait a year?
Be sure you write your dreams
down as soon as you wake up. In
laboratories, where they research
dreams, they’ve shown that 10 minutes
after your dream, it’s gone, and even
only five minutes later, you can
usually remember just snippets. But
immediately after a dream, it’s possible
to recall the whole dream, so always
write it down as soon as you can. Even
if you think you’re going to remember
it, usually you need to write it down.
KK: You’re speaking at Celebrate Your
Life’s International Women’s Summit
in March. Can you comment on the
importance of the rise of the feminine?
DL: When I was in Bophuthatswana in
Africa with Credo Mutwa, the spiritual
head of the Zulu people, he said that
for our planet to heal, we need the
women to arise. It is the women, he
said, who will promote the rebalancing
of the earth. It seems to me that we
have gone into a very yang time in the
evolution of our planet. We’ve become
very technological, very linear, and
very left brain, which is great in many
ways. We have advances in medicine,
communication, technology, and
so many other areas, but we’ve lost
something along the way. We need
the yin, too, which involves living in
harmony with nature, going inward,
revering our dreams, connecting with
our intuition, and nurturing ourselves
The International Women’s Summit
is about attaining that balance. It isn’t
just an arena for women to step into
their power and be willing to stand up
for themselves. It’s also about gaining
your inner goddess, that place of inner
knowing and trusting your intuition
and dreams—all qualities associated
with being a woman, qualities that, we
as a society, have lost. You don’t have to
be a man or enter into a male energy to
be strong. You can embrace the depth
of the divine feminine and be powerful
beyond measure. That’s what occurs in
the Women’s Summit.
KK: I would imagine it’s important for
men, as well, to connect with their
divine feminine, yes?
DL: Absolutely, because within each
woman is a yang energy, and within
each man is a yin energy—each of
us have both. To truly balance the
masculine and the feminine in our
primarily yang world, we need both
women and men to honor their
feminine yin energy.
Denise Linn, is an internationally
respected healer, writer, and
spiritual teacher. She’s an expert in
wisdom from indigenous cultures
around the world as well as in
feng shui, space-clearing, reading
signs, and dream interpretation.
Her latest book is Energy Strands:
The Ultimate Guide to Clearing
the Cords That Are Constricting
Your Life (Hay House, 2018).
Denise Linn will be
one of several speakers
at Celebrate Your Life’s
Summit on March 7–10,
2019, in Phoenix, Arizona.
Unity is a sponsor of the
event. For more information
and to register, visit
Sometimes what we think consciously
than what the soul knows
is very different
—and the soul loves the TRUTH.