The Creative Dreamer: Using Your Dreams to Unlock Your Creativity

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Celestial Arts, 1995 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 180 pages
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In this revised edition of THE CREATIVE DREAMER, psychologist Veronica Tonay blends classical dream theory with a fascinating analysis of universal themes, trends, and elements of dreams that can inspire creativity in waking life. Includes exercises for interpreting and using dreams to expand and enhance creative potential, work through blocks, and form a creative community.‚Ģ A guide to how dreams can influence and inspire your creative life, from a leading psychologist in the field of dream analysis.‚Ģ The revision includes new material on sexual dreams and helpful and threatening dream characters, as well as popular dream analysis exercises.‚Ģ Analyzes the dreams of extraordinarily creative, successful people, such as Stephen King, Maya Angelou, Maurice Sendak, and Anne Rice.

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The Creative Dreamer by Veronica Tonay, Ph.D. I enjoyed reviewing this 238 page how- to on dream interpretation. The thing that made this insightful read special for me was the very creative approach ... Read full review

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Stopped reading after Chapter 3. The book's ok, it's just that I don't read "Dream books/dictionaries" to decode my dreams. Plus, I've got a new book to read so... (= Read full review

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VERONICA TONAY received her Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley, and has been researching and writing about dreams, creativity, and personality for more than 20 years. She is a professor at the University of California at Santa Cruz.

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