Dream Medicine: Learning How to Get Help from Our Dreams
"Father of the modern dreamwork movement" describes his research on the use of dreams in self-help, creativity, relationships, spirituality and culture, including incubation, remembering, interpretation and application of dream insights. Author describes his spiritual healing in dreams from alcoholism, how dreams directed his dream research program, and taught him to paint. 119 illustrations.
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