Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Lucid Dreaming by Clare R Johnson

Llewellyn's Complete Book of Lucid Dreaming by Clare R Johnson

Wake Up in Your Dreams and Live a Happier, More Lucid Life A lucid dream is a dream in which you become aware that you’re dreaming. It’s a powerful opportunity to solve problems, create new possibilities, take charge of your own healing, and explore the depths of reality. This book provides a range of practical techniques and activities to help you bring the creativity and super-conscious awareness of lucid dreaming into your life. Join international expert Clare R. Johnson as she shares the most up-to-date lucid dreaming techniques on how to get and stay lucid, guide dreams, resolve nightmares, deepen creativity, and integrate dream wisdom into everyday life. Drawing on… Read More

The Awakened Dreamer by Kala Ambrose

The Awakened Dreamer by Kala Ambrose

Anyone who has awoken during the night and remembered a significant dream event or experience will be only too aware of the immense power that they have to educate, inform, divine, and expose some of the deepest and most mysterious aspects to both our inner and outer lives. For those who are interested in making dreamwork a regular part of their spiritual practice the question then arises. How exactly do we recall our dreams in a way that is regular, accurate and consistent? The Challenge to Dreamers In some regards the actual process of dream interpretation is the easiest part of dreamwork. It also happens to be the one area… Read More

Llewellyn’s Little Book of Dreams by Dr Michael Lennox

Llewellyn’s Little Book of Dreams by Dr Michael Lennox

Dreams are pictorial representations of what is going on beneath the surface of our mundane consciousness. This is the area of life where our true feelings, beliefs, desires and psychic mechanisms reside. It therefore stands to reason that the more we look to this rich vein of psychological material the greater the level of self-knowledge and conscious awareness we can have of ourselves. In this regard dreams are particularly important for they are capable of aiding us in the journey to deeper connections with, amongst other things, the Universal Spirit Dr. Michael Lennox is a practicing psychologist with a deep understanding and appreciation of the significance of dreams and their… Read More

Dreaming the Divine by Scott Cunningham

Dreaming the Divine by Scott Cunningham

Dreamwork is addictive! The moment that you recognize the immense spiritual insights that dream recollection and interpretation can bring there is no turning back! Old wives tales speak of beliefs that dreams can be induced or their number increased through certain conditions – which is useful if you want more subject material to work with. Some of these techniques work but many of them do not for the human psyche has changed a great deal and what used to be efficacious in stimulating nocturnal experiences are not so any more. Entering the Void Whilst many books have been written regarding dream interpretation very few have focused specifically upon the creative… Read More

Dream ESP by Carl Llewellyn Weschcke

Dream ESP by Carl Llewellyn Weschcke

Few areas of modern spirituality have changed quite so fundamentally iver the past few decades as that of dream work. For a long time the common understanding regarding dreams was limited to that of a passive state. That is to say that the general belief surrounding dreams was that they were something strange, inexplicable and often the result of eating too much cheese for supper. Similar ideas permeated the world of spirituality for a long time with dream analysis very much rooted within dream dictionaries and folklore beliefs. A Modern Approach A great deal has changed and today so that it is common to treat modern dream analysis from a… Read More

Dream Alchemy by Ted Andrews

Dream Alchemy by Ted Andrews

If you really want to know what exactly is going on in your life then take a look at your dreams, for within them are contained the residue of your past, the true reflections of your present and the seeds of your future. Not only do dreams express an arcane language of their own, complete with cryptic messages and their own syntax, but they also act as an important interface between your mundane and higher levels of consciousness. In his book Dream Alchemy the late Ted Andrews refers to the world that he calls dreamland as the domain of the shapeshifter. Andrews saw dreams not so much as pacific reflections… Read More

Dreams at the Threshold by Jeanne Van Bronkhorst

Dreams at the Threshold by Jeanne Van Bronkhorst

Jeanne Von Bronkhorst discovered the power of dreams over the ten years that she spent as a hospice social worker; and then it was only through a chance remark with one of her patients that she became aware of the important part that they played in the lives of those with whom she had daily contact. Amazingly, she found that dream recollection—rather than being embraced by the medical authorities as a powerful diagnostic tool, she found that it was something of a taboo subject within the profession in which she worked. Her book Dreams at the Threshold: Guidance, Comfort, and Healing at the End of Life grew out of her many… Read More

Dream Interpretation for Beginners by Diane Brandon

Dream Interpretation for Beginners by Diane BrandonDream Interpretation for Beginners by Diane Brandon

Oneirology is the Greek word for the study of dreams. The fact that the Ancient Greeks had a word for the practice indicates that it is worthy of everyone’s consideration! There are so many benefits to taking a little time each day to reflect on the important messages sent from your subconscious mind whilst you are asleep. For those who study dreams (oneirologists), dreams regularly reveal depths to ourselves that we could never imagine exist! For those who have yet to experience the benefits of dream recall and analysis, where do you start? In Dream Interpretation for Beginners, Diane Brandon offers her insights and experiences, gleaned from her years of dream… Read More

The Boy Who Died and Came Back by Robert Moss

The Boy Who Died and Came Back by Robert Moss

Robert Moss (www.mossdreams.com) is a popular writer on the nature of dreams from a Shamanic and dream-traveling perspective. His many insightful books, such as Dreaming the Soul Back Home and Active Dreaming, have won him a worldwide following and gained him a recognition as one of the world’s foremost investigators into the subject. I first came across Moss’ work after buying his Dream Gates audiobook and, as an avid recorder of my own dreams for over three decades, I found his approach refreshing and insightful. Consequently, I was looking forward to reading his latest publication. Living in the Dreamland The Boy Who Died and Came Back: Adventures of a Dream Archaeologist… Read More