Dreaming Insights: A Five-Step Plan for Discovering the Meaning in Your Dream
This practical, "dreamer friendly" book is loaded with useful suggestions about how to discover what your subconscious mind has said to you in a dream. The 5-step method developed by Gillian Holloway during 20 years of dream analysis helps with difficult life transitions, important decisions, sorting out relationship issues, resolving uncertainty, discovering self-sabotage & recognizing what will truly make you happy. Gillian Holloway holds a Ph.D. in psychology & has many years experience helping people understand the basics of self-directed dream work. She is dedicated to making dream analysis accessible to everyone. What other experts say about DREAMING INSIGHTS - GAYLE DELANEY: "A lovely, friendly, inspiring introduction to the world of dreams." STANLEY KRIPPNER: "...a practical, comprehensive guide." PATRICIA GARFIELD: "Packed with sound principles & sage advice." Available through Chicago Review Press (*00-888-4741). Companion books from the Practical Psychology Press: THE ADULT STUDENT'S GUIDE TO SURVIVAL & SUCCESS IN COLLEGE by Al Siebert & Bernadine Gilpin & THE SURVIVOR PERSONALITY by Al Siebert.
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