Every Dream Is about the Dreamer
Do other people dream about the same things you do? Can dreams be a premonition? Or a glimpse of some other dimension? How can your child's dreams help you be a better parent? What were your childhood dreams trying to tell you? Why does the same dream repeat itself again and again? Why do we wish some dreams would never end? Since www.dreamschool.org became a presence on the Internet, thousands of people from around the world have sent emails about their dreams. The questions they ask are universal, in much the same way as the dreams themselves are. These correspondences reveal the common themes that run through our dreams, and what they mean. Once decoded, they become personal mythologies revealing individual quests for success, enlightenment and peace. For decades, students and teachers at the School of Metaphysics have studied dreams as a gateway into nocturnal consciousness.
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