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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2014

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    I appreciate the empowering tools that invite me to become the p

    I appreciate the empowering tools that invite me to become the primary authority of my own life. For example, one person might interpret a dog in their dream as a symbol of loyalty, and another might declare it a dread danger.

    I learned to relate to the dream in such a way that their meanings become 'felt' information.

    The work we do to quietly enhance our own lives is always beneficial. A great book.

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  • Posted January 7, 2014

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    Dream Deep In my efforts to understand and deal with my child┬┐s

    Dream Deep

    In my efforts to understand and deal with my child’s nightmares, I have found respite in Robert Johnson’s Inner Work. I have trusted his books for some time because he has a gift for using Jungian principles and keeping things simple. By using archetypal comparisons rather than personal anecdotes, his approach to teaching you how to explore dreams is direct and unbiased. He offers an overview of necessary terms and reminds us (quoting from Carl Jung) that “God speaks in dream.” 
    This book does not claim to be the ultimate book on dream analysis but it gives you the tools to explore your unconscious in his 4-step to Active Imagination. His approach to understanding symbols empowers you to make your own definitions and associations, rather than telling you what they mean universally, because everyone is different – and that is so the case with my daughter.
    If you are looking to develop the understanding your mind at sleep, this is a great introduction.

    I would also suggest The Nightmare Solution for other approaches on working out your dreams and We, He, and She by Robert Johnson.

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