Have A Great Dream. Book 1; The Overview is the companion to Layne Dalfen's well known, Have A Great Dream. Book 2; A Deeper Discussion.
In Book 1; The Overview you will discover the dream is the conversation you have with yourself as you attempt to come to a conclusion about a problem you are facing in your current life, and the solution to the problem appears in your dream!
Employing insights from Freud, Adler, Jung, and Gestalt schools, dream expert Layne Dalfen's eclectic approach shows you how to recognize and use Four Levels of dream analysis to achieve your maximum potential in every area of your life.
By following the author's guidance, you will:
• Enjoy stronger, more enduring relationships • Achieve goals more easily
• Become more aware of why you make the choices you do
• Replace unhealthy behavior patterns with happy, satisfying ones
Her system will make your dreams clearer and more meaningful, helping you recognize messages that can help you effect solid change your life.
Have A Great Dream. Book 1; The Overview, is filled with conversations Layne had with each dreamer together with the dream maps those conversations resulted in. Learn how to do it for yourself!
LAYNE DALFEN is a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) and the C.G. Jung Society. In 1997, she opened Canada's Dream Interpretation Center, where she offers individual consultations, both in person, and by phone or SKYPE. Layne lectures at spas, organizations and schools including Concordia University in Montreal. She has a thriving Internet site at http://www.haveagreatdream.com where dreamers from all over the world contact her. She has appeared on numerous radio and television shows across the United States and Canada. Ms. Dalfen lives in Montreal, Quebec.
|Publisher:||The Dream Interpretation Center Inc|
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About the Author
Layne Dalfen has been interpreting her own and her client’s dreams for years. Her own interest in dreams stems from her early experience in Freudian analysis where dream work was the primary tool.
1988 Certificate in Gestalt Counseling
1992 Studied dreamwork at the Alfred Adler Institute
1995 – Present: Member of the C. G. Jung Society
1997 – Present: Founded The Dream Interpretation Center, Montreal
2005 – 2009 Board of Directors, International Association for the Study of Dreams
2005 – Present: Lecturer at Concordia University, Montreal
Layne has been a guest on over 100 radio shows across The U.S. and Canada, besides her standing appearances in her home-town Montreal on CJAD, where people call in and talk with her to find the meaning of their dreams. She has very recently been featured on CUTV with Doug Llewelyn and Jim Masters. Layne has also been a guest several times on YouTube with Alan Steinfeld, from NewRealities. She has been reviewed as a recommended guest on Bitboard.com, Launch Radio, and MegaPrep. Recently, Layne has started conducting both one to one and group dream analysis sessions on YouTube, called a DREAMINARTM where you can either participate or sit back and watch how the process of dream analysis works to uncover those sometimes strange images that appear to us at night.
In The States, Layne appeared on FOX’s Good Day New York, WGN, ABC, and NBC. She has been on FOX Morning News in Chicago several times. In Canada, Layne has appeared on Discovery/Life Channel’s Health On The Line, Global’s Morning Show, CTV’s Nationwide, Canada AM, CITY TV’s Breakfast Television, and CTV’s Three Takes. She filmed a segment of ”The Age of E” television series for Wisdom TV (Vision TV in Canada), and was featured in 2009 in the documentary titled Seeing 911, a skeptic’s journey into a very real prophecy filmed with Elevator Films for Vision TV. Layne also appeared in the US documentary titled, Dream Symbols: How To Work With Them, as part of the series DREAMTIME for PBS television.
She has lectured throughout Canada, USA and Mexico. During these lectures, as well as in her books Have a Great Dream: Decoding Your Dreams To Discover Your Full Potential, and in it’s companion work titled Have a Great Dream; The Workbook, Layne’s goal is to introduce the general public to the value of understanding their dreams.