Symbology (sim-'bä-lə-gē) noun 1. the art of expression by symbols. 2. the study or interpretation of symbols. 3. a system of symbols.
Welcome to the Official Website of Jefferson Harman
Jefferson Harman is a Symbolic Intuitive, Dream Interpreter, Radio Personality & Writer who reads the symbols present in your dreams & everyday life. By interpreting this invisible language, he identifies your blocks and challenges and ways to overcome them. He has been actively studying the relationships among metaphysics, psychology and anatomy for over 20 years.
Readings, Public Speaking and Workshops
Jefferson is available for private readings in person, by phone and through Skype (see contact information below). He conducts workshops on various topics including Dream Interpretation, Overcoming Your Phobias and The Healing Power of the Mind. In his workshop series, New Thoughts, New Lives®, Jefferson explores the transformative power of Affirmation. He also teaches workshops in Origami as a meditation tool to promote World Peace.
On the Radio
Jefferson is a recurring guest on “Life Unedited” with John Aberle, on WCHE Radio 1520 AM, in the Philadelphia area on the first Saturday of each month - listen live at http://www.wche1520.com/lifeunedited.htm. Listeners can call in to have their dreams interpreted LIVE on the air and are welcome to ask questions on dreams, phobias and more. See Calendar for show schedule & times and occasional rescheduling.
Jefferson writes a regular column entitled “Night Sailing”, originally printed in the holistic publication MARCI Magazine. In each article he interprets dreams that readers have sent him via email. Send your dream to firstname.lastname@example.org. He also contributed articles and book reviews to the magazine, which will be reposted over time to this website.
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Pompton Lakes, New Jersey 07442-0407
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