Sylvia Browne's Book of Dreams

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Penguin, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 284 pages
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Sylvia Browne takes us on an unprecedented journey through the world of dreams-and reveals how they can influence everything from health and careers to love and happiness.
 

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a great explaination of all the different kinds of dreams and astral traveling we do when we sleep. Great Book! Read full review

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Contents

The Miraculous Journeys of Sleep
3
Inside the Dream World
12
Prophetic Dreams Witnessing the Future During Sleep
19
The Release Dream
37
The Wish Dream
55
When Theyre More Than Dreams Information and ProblemSolving During Sleep
67
Astral Visits The Miracle of Reunions While We Sleep
98
Astral Catalepsy Temporary Paralysis and Loud Noises While We Sleep
129
Archetypes The Symbols in Our Dreams
136
The Population of Our Dreams From Loved Ones to Oddly Familiar Strangers
170
When Children Dream
197
Lucid Dreams and Daydreams Between the Conscious and the Subconscious
210
Dreams Through a Psychics Eyes
224
Epilogue
261
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Sylvia Browne was born Sylvia Shoemaker on October 19, 1936. She had a graduate degree in English and worked for 18 years as a Catholic school teacher. She trained as a hypnotist and trance medium. She was a self-proclaimed psychic who claimed to be able to see into the past, the future and the afterlife. She appeared on several TV shows including The Montel Williams Show, Larry King Live, Unsolved Mysteries, and Haunted Lives. During her lifetime, she published more than 40 books including Journey of the Soul, Making Contact with the Other Side, Adventures of a Psychic, Secrets and Mysteries of the World, If You Could See What I See, Insight, and End of Days. She died on November 20, 2013 at the age of 77.

Lindsay Harrison grew up in Massachusetts, and attended Brown University and Columbia School of the Arts. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. This is her first book.

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