Congratulations to Martha Norwalk who (on Sunday) celebrated her 10th anniversary show on Alternative Talk 1150 and 20th year on Seattle radio! The Animal World crew (L-R) is Cathy, Martha, Mike & Auji.Read More »
Dreams are powerful. Waking up from a powerful dream can have an effect on a person well beyond the dream itself, leaving a person with lots of questions.
Why did I have that dream?
What does it mean?
Will it happen again?
Those seeking answers to their dreams have a wonderful resource in So You Think You’re Awake?, which is heard Mondays from 1 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The program has been a favorite of KKNW listeners for over six years.
“The program is solely focused on nightly dreams. Everybody dreams – even skeptics – so my audience is wide. Fans listen to discover their spiritual gifts and get help with their issues. Skeptics listen to poke fun, and end up becoming fans,” said Michael Sheridan, host of the program.
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