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This extraordinary volume explores the four most common types of grief dreams—the visitation dream, the message dream, the ...
This extraordinary volume explores the four most common types of grief dreams—the visitation dream, the message dream, the reassurance dream, and the trauma dream—and includes many other grief dream types, such as prophetic dreams and dream series. With compassion and great insight, the authors use real-life examples from people who have experienced the healing power of grief dreams. Wray and Price offer step-by-step guidance for understanding and valuing the various messages from our dreams—even the nightmarish shock-absorbing ones.
Grief Dreams explores the rich connections between faith and grief and the religious images found in our dreams and includes information about when it is appropriate to seek professional help. This book is designed to help mourners reclaim some measure of power in navigating the most difficult journey of their lives. Because it is helpful for all types of loss, Grief Dreams is an ideal resource for anyone who is grieving.
Introduction: Why a Book About Grief Dreams?
1. The Journey of Grief.
2. About Dreams.
3. The Visitation Dream.
4. The Message Dream.
5. The Reassurance Dream.
6. The Trauma Dream.
7. Other Types of Grief Dreams.
8. Faith and Grief Dreams.
9. How Grief Dreams Help Heal Us.
About the Authors.
Posted March 13, 2005
I met the authors at a bookstore, and decided to buy the book for a friend. But I started to read it and found it to be really well written, warm and thoughtful, just like the authors were. What I liked about the book was how it normalized the experiences of loss. (I really don't want to get into my own losses here...). It broke down different kinds of dreams into categories, and then explained how I can use the dreams to heal. Now, I'm keeping the book...I'll have to buy another for a friend!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.