Dreams That Came True

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Balboa Press, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 264 pages
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A collection from 24 Countries . . . over 135 Dreams That Came True

This dream collection, mundane to dramatic, has been woven together one dream flowing to the next. Each chapter’s introduction gives additional depth to this fascinating phenomena.
That of the dream world.

From Ernil Bernil’s dream of a major archaeological find, to Neil Armstrong’s dream of floating in space.
From Peter’s dream of Organic Gardening, to Lee Iacocca’s dream of the Chrysler car.
From Sophia’s dream of the gas leak that saved her Mother’s life, to Valerie’s dream of the 9/11 disaster.
All of these dreamers have one thing in common. Their Dreams Came True.

“You will never believe it,” they will say.
“I dreamt that and it came true as I dreamt it would.”
People from around the world are saying just that.

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About the author (2011)

Comrie Palmer is a Writer and Journalist who began her writing career in the eighties with her Toronto Star Column which ran for seven years. That column grew to other countries where her work has been published on three Continents. She has lived in 23 Countries over the past thirty years. With her three cats, Comrie has settled, for the moment, in the charming group of Villages called the City of Kawartha Lakes in Ontario, Canada. Comrie gives Talk Presentations about her two books, this one, Dreams That Came True, and her first book, Dying To Get There . . . which is a true story of an account of a death journey. Comrie was declared dead twice and that book details that experience in an uplifting manner. Her Talks share the knowledge that she gained while on the death side of life in the form of a Formula for Living. Lacing that philosophy with the dream scenario of this book, she weaves an enchanting Talk. Comrie, is a descriptive writer, and a dynamic speaker. Member Lucid Dreaming Society, IASD, the International Association For The Study Of Dreams. www.comriepalmer.com www.books2buy.ca

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