Divining Your Dreams: How the Ancient, Mystical Tradition of the Kabbalah Can Help You Interpret 1,000 Dream Images

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Simon and Schuster, Jun 15, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 400 pages
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Your Dreams Can Show You the Way

We all know that our dreams mean something, but do you realize that your dreams can actually help you? In the Kabbalistic tradition, dreams are prized as the key that unlocks the spiritual door leading to a path of greater wisdom. In this rich and unique guide you will learn how simple and practical steps can help you use the messages in your dreams to unleash healing, creativity, and personal fulfillment.

Kabbalistic experts Jonathan Sharp and Dr. Edward Hoffman clearly explain how the Kabbalah works, along with its varied, mysterious, and fascinating components. These include the Tree of Life, the Tarot deck, the hundred most important symbols from Zohar (the ancient text on which the Kabbalah is based), and the numerology of the letters in the Hebrew alphabet. Following is a comprehensive list of more than eight hundred and fifty dream images with interpretations, evaluations, and unique prescriptions to help bring energy and inspiration to your spiritual journey. Each dream entry includes:

Meaning: An overview of the image's significance as well as a numerological evaluation and interpretation

Tree of Life: What the dream tells the dreamer about where she is on her life path, specifically in terms of spiritual development and emotional relationships

The Journey: Practical advice on what steps to take so that you can use your dream to take you where you want to go -- solve problems, explore possibilities, find the inspiration to live more deeply, and much more

Rich, comprehensive, and full of beauty and mystery, Divining Your Dreams will be a bedside companion for years to come.
 

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Jonathan Sharp is the coauthor of The Hidden Power of Everyday Things and a contributor to The Hidden Truth of Your Name. He lives in Norfolk, England.

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