Dreams and Healing
A detailed and comprehensive examination of dreams, following the courses of the series of dreams of a young university student and a middle-aged woman. Describes the unfolding of these dreams and relates them to the lives of the two individuals. Presents dreams as a wealth of creative possibilities, locked in the unconscious, on which we can draw by learning to understand and relate them to our lives.
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Page 6 - It seems strange how much there is in the Bible about dreams. There are, I think, some sixteen chapters in the Old Testament and four or five in the New in which dreams are mentioned; and there are many other passages scattered throughout the book which refer to visions. If we believe the Bible, we must accept the fact that in the old days God and His angels came to men in their sleep and made themselves known in dreams.
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