Lauri Loewenberg

Dream Analyst
Lauri Loewenberg

Lauri is a Certified Dream Analyst, syndicated columnist, author, popular radio personality and member of IASD, the International Association for the Study of Dreams, an international organization whose purpose, amongst other things, is to conduct and encourage research into the nature, function and significance of dreaming.  

She spent much of her childhood keeping a dream journal in order to capture all those wonderfully strange adventures she experienced every night.  One night, after she had a dream where her deceased grandfather visited her and gave her a life changing message, she decided to dedicate herself to finding the answers we all seek within our dreams.

Lauri studied Dream Psychology and became certified as a Dream Analyst under the tutelage of Katia Romanoff, Ph.D. in 1996.  She has since analyzed and researched over 75,000 dreams from people of all walks of life from all over this planet.

In 1998, Lauri launched The Dream Zone, a weekly dream interpretation column, which helps readers understand how the strange imagery in their dreams is actually helping them to solve problems.  The Dream Zone now has over 2.5 million readers and is published in dozens of weekly alternatives and appears on over twenty-five online mags throughout the United States and in Canada.

She has been a guest on The Dr. Oz Show, The View, Good Morning America, The Today Show and on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360.  She also appeared in Dr. Sanjay Gupta's special called, "Sleep."  A recurring guest on Oprah Radio, Playboy Radio, and others, she has also been featured in Maxim, Modern Bride, Galmour, Woman's World, Woman's Day, Prevention and Cosmo.

 "Even a soul submerged in sleep is hard at work and helps make something of the world."

                                                                                                      - Heraclitus

 

Lauri's Bedtime Profile

Bedtime Bling

Leopard rpint robe with ostrich feathers on the collar and sleeves

Nightly Nosh

I try not to eat within two hours of bedtime, but if I must, I have milk (eating too close to bedtime can cause nightmares)

Bedtime Book

I record my day and my dreams in my day/dream journal Cracking the Dream Code©

Sleep Secret

A white noise machine

Sleep "Suit"

Sea foam green nightie

Crash Pad

King size bed

Lights Out

Usually out by 10 pm