Dreamwork for the Soul: A Spiritual Guide to Dream Interpretation

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Berkley Books, 1998 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 386 pages
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Unlike any other dream book, Dreamwork for the Soul offers a completely new approach to dream interpretation. This guide offers a seven-step method that will enable you to understand your dreams from a personal and spiritual perspective. Including a history of dreams and dreamwork--as well as psychological and holistic perspectives--this book will connect you to the sources of inner power that are within your own mind. With Dreamwork for the Soul, you will learn to: * use your dreams to understand what role dreams play in your creative and spiritual life * ask for answers to tough questions * heighten your creativity * prepare for a life change * tap into other spiritual realms * and much more. From the ancient use of dreams for spiritual healing to the current interpretations of common dream symbols, this book provides a comprehensive overview of dream studies--plus a personal guide that allows you to do your own dreamwork...and soul work.

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Contents

Our Dream heritage
3
The Renaissance of the Dream
20
Inner Alchemy
31
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About the author (1998)

Rosemary Ellen Guiley, the bestselling author of The Encyclopedia of Dreams, has written more than 20 books on dreams, spirituality, visionary experience, prayer, healing, angels, and other subjects. She is an Honorary Fellow of the College of Human Sciences, part of the International Institute of Integral Human Sciences in Montreal, a nonprofit organization affiliated with the United Nations. She also serves on the board of trustees of the Academy of Religion and Psychical Research, the academic affiliate of the Spiritual Frontiers Fellowship International. An intuitive consultant and practitioner of energy healing, she presents workshops and lectures nationally.

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