Dreams Are Letters from the Soul: Discover the Connections Between Your Dreams and Your Spiritual Life

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Harmony Books, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 268 pages
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The author of The Woman's Book of Dreams draws on excerpts from her own dream journal and from those of members of her dream circles to demonstrate how dreams allow us to connect with the creative force of the universe in a kind of collective soul; describes various types of dreams; and explains how to unlock their hidden meaning to transform our lives. 15,000 first printing.

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A useful book on dreaming. Kaplan may have over-compartmentalized various types of dreams, presenting them as an upward hierarchy, but I will present them here so we can her breadth of thought: 1 ... Read full review


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Connie Kaplan holds master’s degrees in communication and psychology and was awarded a doctorate from the University of Creation Spirituality in Oakland, California, in Spring 2002. You may experience her work by connecting with the many dreamers who participate in an online circle at her website, www.turtledreamers.com. Kaplan also teaches courses on the website. She lives in Santa Monica, California, with her husband and two children, where she conducts dream circles, leads seminars, and has a private practice in spiritual counseling.

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