How to Interpret Dreams [NOOK Book]

Overview

This guidebook provides important information on the origin, structure and purpose of dreams, different categories of dreams, the process of dream-interpretation and how to work within one’s own dreams as a method of self-empowerment. The information is based on current research as well as many years of personal dream-work and counselling experience.

The guide also provides a number of hypothetical case studies and interpretations so that the reader can view the techniques of ...

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How to Interpret Dreams

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Overview

This guidebook provides important information on the origin, structure and purpose of dreams, different categories of dreams, the process of dream-interpretation and how to work within one’s own dreams as a method of self-empowerment. The information is based on current research as well as many years of personal dream-work and counselling experience.

The guide also provides a number of hypothetical case studies and interpretations so that the reader can view the techniques of interpretation in action within proper dream contexts.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045916493
  • Publisher: Jimmy Henderson
  • Publication date: 4/20/2014
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 73,009
  • File size: 514 KB

Meet the Author

Jimmy has an Honours degree in Philosophy (metaphysics), a post-graduate certificate in Trauma Counselling and a Master’s’ degree in Psychology from the University of South Africa. He is presently busy with his PHD in Psychology with UNISA.

He is a specialist in human thinking and behaviour and is now self-employed as a chartered practitioner in Organisational Development, specialising in people and change management. He offers his consultancy services to companies which wish to improve worker motivation, performance, quality and client service.

Jimmy was previously an HR director and a service delivery programme-manager until his retirement. He has since worked part-time as a trauma counsellor for a large South African bank and also lectured at a local management school. He is presently also a distance (online) facilitator for a college in Cape Town, South Africa and has also been a volunteer Lifeline counsellor and trainer for many years.

Jimmy has studied mind and spirit for over thirty years as a member of the Rosicrucian Order (AMORC) and is the published author of a number of books and many articles on emotional, mental and spiritual self-improvement . He and has spoken many times on local SA radio stations as a guest speaker on his books, as well as emotional/psychological issues, parenting and relationships. In his books and articles he combines psychological research with metaphysics and spirituality and it is this grounding that makes them unique.

He believes that his purpose at this time is to help persons who are sincere in their striving for self-improvement and development to find their way along their particular path. In this way he also sees himself also as a teacher, having the ability to explain truth in a simple and practical way. He is available to give talks to groups in South Africa

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2014

    Worthless

    Worthless

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2014

    Very basic.

    This book should have been titled "What Are Dreams".

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