If you read the epilogue on page 261-8 you will get a strong idea of what the book covers. In this book you will discover how to: Overcome nightmares and recurring dreams; Identify if a dream is prophetic, and what it means; Use dreams to visit and discover more about the spirit world; Learn directed dreaming to improve your happiness and health; Tap the problem-solving power of dreams; And much more The exact type of book I was looking for that I couldn't find! Browne, there are five different types of dreams. This was my first Sylvia browne book and it was the one that kicked off my love for her and her work. Since her theories are hard to prove, our faith and beliefs are what spirituality is all about. This was my first Sylvia Browne Book and it had me hooked.
I'm glad I took the time to read this book. I say great start because Sylvia Browne will not say this means that. Then tell yourself during that dream that you will face your fears and turn it into good rather than bad. I loved all her books and how much she helps people when they are having difficulties in life. I was so happy to read in this book that it's not death knocking at the door! I haven't read it for years but had to leave a review because I remember loving it and reading it cover to cover when I was in my young 20s.
It is very practical and not at all scientific, and it is based on intuition and belief, written by someone who is extraordinarily intuitive and sensitive. It opened a few things up about dreams that i've had for years and some i've had as a child. I've already recommended the book to several friends and family members, and it has been the topic of conversation on more than one occasion with my friends. There seemed to be just as much rubbish in her beliefs as there was truth which bugged me. Feeling or seeing yourself as an American Indian or in a Victorian setting, etc. Being raised Southern Baptist, I was taught from childhood that anything of this nature was strictly forbidden. The book has affected me by some ways, as I've actually started to wake up when I've just dreamt to write it down for later analys, but.
Dreams form our path to that key. It is totally up to each individual. BookPage recently asked Browne about her new book and her own experiences with dreams. I enjoy the content and meaning behind the books, not a huge fan of the stories she presents about the people she has worked with. The topic of dreams is based is spiritual beliefs and it offers an array of explanations that we all can relate to. It kind of takes you away from the real meaning behind the book, to try and understand dreams. This book is will put many minds at ease as it walks us through the logistic way to look at dreams.
Not to mention that I was also left with a strong desire to learn more. There were so many things that made sense while and after reading this! This book was astonishing in all the information and testimonies it provided. She discusses several types of dreams -- prophetic, release, and wish dreams. It gives a lot of interesting information about what we dream and why in a very colorful way. After all, what did my last dream just mean??? Have always been interested in what dreams mean or what the stand for. I think every part of life should have God included.
I have to admit, I was afraid to start reading Sylvia's books in the beginning. I also really like her style of writing. This book is meatier than most of Sylvia Browne's books she tends to repeat stories over and over in every book. It really opens your eyes and makes you think. While my life hasn't morphed into some heavenly escape where all is understood and all is well, I must admit it is a book I'd like to keep close as a reference point.
And the more wisdom we acquire, the more understandable,useful, and affirming our dreams become. Past life dreams usually come with a very distinct setting. This book is her best yet. She quotes the Bible, but totally twists the meaning of what the Bible says. As an avid dreamer I found answers to so many small mysteries that play out in my mind during my sleeping hours.
She does not give you direct interpretation of every thing you dream but makes you find your own meaning after all we are all different. All people dream, they just often go in too deep. Sylvia discusses various forms of dreams and how they effect our lives and also how we can deal with them. As an avid dreamer I found answers to so many small mysteries th This book was astonishing in all the information and testimonies it provided. We can make positive changes by heeding the messages contained in our dreams. I was hooked by the first page of the intro.