Dreaming Your Way to Creative Freedom: A Two-Mirror Liberation Process
"Lucy Daniels' two-mirror liberation process is an answer to the prayers of both artists and ordinary people, because it demonstrates in concrete, down-to-earth ways how our problems can become 'the roots of our power.'"
-Louise Bourgeois, artist"Lucy Daniels, a distinguished psychotherapist and author, has written a beautiful saga of her journey of self-discovery, utilizing dreams to enhance her creative freedom."
-Charles C. Bergman, Chairman, Pollock-Krasner FoundationDreaming your way to creative freedom is not easy, but with patience and focus on your creative products, your life history, and your dreams, such power is possible. As Lucy Daniels shows us the landmarks, personal symbols, and specific outcomes of her 30-year struggle against writer's block, she also offers a road map for others to use on their own journeys."Being a participant in Lucy Daniels' first dreams seminar twelve years ago began a life-enriching journey for me. With this book, the public can now benefit from her insight and guidance."
-Tom Mann, composer and piano teacher
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