Exploring Your Dreams: How to use dreams for personal growth and creative inspiration [NOOK Book]

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Dreams are an integral part of who we are and carry valuable messages. They can reveal our true selves, unmasking our fears, hostilities, hidden talents and desires. Enabling us to explore and learn from hidden aspects of the psyche, dreams can teach you a lot about yourself and others, helping you with problems and guiding you throughout your life. This book gives advice and guidance on exploring and interpreting your dreams, and using them for personal and creative development. It includes: * The place of ...
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Exploring Your Dreams: How to use dreams for personal growth and creative inspiration

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Overview

Dreams are an integral part of who we are and carry valuable messages. They can reveal our true selves, unmasking our fears, hostilities, hidden talents and desires. Enabling us to explore and learn from hidden aspects of the psyche, dreams can teach you a lot about yourself and others, helping you with problems and guiding you throughout your life. This book gives advice and guidance on exploring and interpreting your dreams, and using them for personal and creative development. It includes: * The place of dreams in human culture. * How to prepare for, and how to record your dreams. * Dream analysis, including common dream types and the strange but powerful world of symbolism. * Advanced dream exploration, including joining a dream group and working with others.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781848034976
  • Publisher: Constable & Robinson
  • Publication date: 7/29/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 300
  • Sales rank: 1,166,789
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Ruth Snowden has a degree in psychology and for many years ran a complementary therapy practice involving dream work and pathworking. She has written many books about Freud and Jung, both of whom were deeply interested in dreams and symbolism. Ruth has a particular interest in the ancient links between the natural world, human culture and the psyche, which are reflected in dreams, synchronicities, myths and the paranormal.
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