She Who Dreams: A Journey into Healing through Dreamwork

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New World Library, Nov 17, 2010 - Self-Help - 336 pages
Wanda Burch dreamt that she would die at a certain age; her dreams foretold her diagnosis of cancer, and they guided her toward treatment and wellness. Although she took advantage of all the medical resources available to her, Wanda believes she is alive today because of her intimate engagement with the dreamworld. This book is more than one woman's story, however. Wanda provides techniques such as questioning the dream and observing the surroundings of the dream to delve into the meaning behind the personal stories we tell ourselves in sleep. Through powerful prose and practical exercises, this book demonstrates that wisdom lives within each of us, and we can tap into that wisdom through dreamwork.
 

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Contents

Southern Child
3
Southern Roots Healing in the Forest
15
Hall Precognitive of the Dead Dreaming
27
A 5 Journey Packing 4 The into for Yellow Twin the Sacred Robe Journeys Forest
45
9 7 Renegotiating Turning Chapter The 8 11 10 The Road RollerCoaster Fields Healing 12 Poison to Angels
213
Chapter 16 Bringing Sources Healing 14 and She Dreams with Resources Who Dream to Dreams
253
Acknowledgments About Index the Author
305
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Wanda Burch is a long-term survivor (13 years) of cancer who has always had a vibrant dream life. She works with Robert Moss, author of Conscious Dreaming. She also gives seminars and workshops on dreams and works closely with support groups, churches, and cancer organizations to teach women about healing practices. Her other work involves historical preservation, and she has a great deal of experience in facilitating groups for historical societies, women's organizations, and support groups. She lives in Fultonville, New York.

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