Dream Back Your Life: A Practical Guide to Dreams, Daydreams, and Fantasies
The Portland Oregonian called Dreaming Your Real Self "thoughtful, practical, (and) insightful", and John Bradshaw hailed it as "a wonderful tool for inner work". In this provocative new book, Joan Mazza offers a unique, dream-based approach to self-improvement, showing readers how to unravel the hidden messages in their waking fantasies and sleeping dreams and use them as catalysts for change. With the exercises, practical suggestions, and real-life examples in this book, readers can discover the meanings of their dreams -- and wake up to a whole new life.
-- Recognize the significance of nightmares and childhood dreams
-- Understand the value of daydreams and fantasies
-- Heed the messages of pivotal dreams
-- Examine old dreams for guidance
-- "Program" your dreams to get answers to problems
-- Interpret bizarre dream images
-- and more
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