Dreamwork: Using Your Dreams As a Way to Self-Discovery and Personal Development

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Tuttle Pub, 2001 - Psychology - 160 pages
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This groundbreaking book takes a simple, enlightened and multi-faceted approach to helping readers work with their own dreams in much the way that therapists do. Drawing on a variety of different dreamwork techniques, this practicing therapist uses her experience and training to teach us how to revisit and interact with our dreams and decode a dream's significance. Most importantly, this book shows how to go to the next step, and use the knowledge gained in dreamwork to make significant changes in our lives.A well-recognized way of dealing with a buildup of stress, depression or creative blocks, dreamwork is an integral tool to living a well life. This book shows how anyone can use that tool for a deeper understanding of the self.

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User Review  - lilywren - LibraryThing

Dreamwork is, for me, one of the best books I have read that helps us work towards a deeper understanding of what lies beneath our dreamscape and inner world. Peters provides us with a mulititude of ... Read full review

Contents

Parti Introduction
10
Two The dream landscape
34
Three Who am I in the dream?
50
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peters is a transpersonal psychological psychotherapist in england. she is the originator of transformative dreamwork, which provides workshops, seminars and programs for interpersonal development, as well as training for therapist.

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