Bedside Guide to Dreams

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Random House Publishing Group, 1995 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 312 pages
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The only dream reference that reveals the twenty-seven types of dreams you can have in the world of sleep!

Dream answer your spoken and unspoken questions. Inside them are messages of caution and concern, hope and inspiration, that can have a dramatic impact on both your everyday life and your lifetime goals. Psychologist Stase Michaels guides you through the inner journey and adventure that begins with a dream and ends with exciting practical and spiritual insights on the road to self-discovery.
With a simple five-step method of dream interpretation, this remarkable book offers techniques for drawing on this vital resource of personal growth and empowerment. Michaels explores twenty-seven dream types and pinpoints how they can expand your horizons and enrich your experience. Listen to your dreams and learn how they can

• bring healing and strength
• enhance relationships, including your sex and love life
• bring assurance to your decision making, tap your creativity, and help you meet challenges and goals
• provide vital keys to body and health

Also included is a revealing look at nightmares, dreams about past lives, and dream predictions.

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Contents

A Terrific Gift to Give Yourself
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Part in DREAMS THAT HELP YOU REALIZE YOUR
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About the author (1995)

Stase Michaels, M.A., has presented seminars on dreams throughout North America for more than twenty years, sharing her personal experiences and unique observations. She has a master’s degree in transpersonal studies with a specialization in dreams from Atlantic University in Virginia Beach, as well as a master’s degree in experimental psychology from the College of William and Mary. In addition to her seminars, Michaels carries out research and fieldwork to alleviate the nightmares and sleep disturbances of victims of psychological trauma.

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