Based on over 20 years of experience as a dream analyst and having read and worked with more than 55,000 dreams, Cynthia Richmond has created the perfect system for getting the most value from our dreams. Our nightly dramas offer guidance, inspiration and perspective that can increase the quality of our waking lives. However they are most often fleeting, dissolving as we wake each day. Taking a few moments to jot them down is essential to dreamwork. Following the guidance of our dreams can enhance our relationships, career, hobbies, health and spiritual growth. This journal makes it easy to decode the language of dreams. It shows the reader how to incubate dreams for problem solving and for intentional purposes. The Dream Power Journal is the first ever to include a Dream Log, a place where the dreamer gives each dream a relevant title and writes it down with the date and appropriate page number. This allows him or her to easily cross-reference similarly themed dreams. Comparing and contrasting dreams with the same symbols or actions can greatly enhance the understanding of their meanings. All areas of life have benefitted from the inspiration of nocturnal dramas, medicine, science, the arts, sports, literature, religion, spirituality and philosophy included. Cynthia Richmond was called: "One of the country's foremost authorities on dreams and their meanings." by Entertainment Tonight and by Gayle King on the Oprah Sirius XM Radio Network. Her book Dream Power, How to Use Your Night Dreams to Change Your Life was published by Simon & Schuster in 2001. She had long running columns in the Los Angeles Times and the Arizona Republic. Beautiful and easy to use, the Dream Power Journal includes a dictionary of some of the most common dream symbols and their generally accepted meanings. It is a must-have for every person who wants to enhance the quality of their life while gleaning the guidance from their own subconscious mind and their spirit.
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About the Author
Cynthia Richmond has read more than 55,000 dreams sent to her by readers of her various columns. She is a State Board Certified Behavioral Therapist, an educator, journalist and a speaker. She is considered "one of the country's foremost authorities on dreams and their meanings" by Entertainment Tonight as well as Gayle King on the Oprah Sirius XM Radio Network. Her book Dream Power, How to Use Your Night Dreams to Change Your Life was published by Simon & Schuster in 2001. She has appeared on nearly every major talk show on television including Oprah, Dr. Phil and The View and has done over a thousand radio interviews. Her popular, long-running dream column ran in the Los Angeles Times and the Arizona Republic, and she has written numerous articles for other newspapers and magazines as well. She lives in Arizona with her husband, sculptor John M. Soderberg, PhD, and can be reached at www.DreamPower.net.