Decoding the Parable of Dreams [MultiFormat]
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eBook by Florence Ellen
eBook Category: General Nonfiction
eBook Description: Have you ever seen yourself sleeping? Have you dreamed you could fly, breath under water or wondered what repeating dreams want? This book will answer these questions and more. Such as, how to tell if you have received telepathic messages from deceased loved ones; what aura color, numeric values, meditation and eye position have to do with dreaming. If you've ever considered the possibility of glimpsing the future or consciously interacting in dreams shared by others, then you're ready to experience a level of dream work that will take you beyond understanding dreams into unlocking the mysteries of your mind, body and soul. Decoding the Parable of Dreams is like having your own private fortune teller/therapist at your beck and call. And who couldn't benefit from that?
eBook Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press, Published: WHISKEY CREEK PRESS, 2004
Fictionwise Release Date: April 2005
3 Reader Ratings:
"At long last, a much needed book that explains how our nonsensical dreams can become sensical. 'Decoding The Parable of Dreams' talks to each reader as the unique individual he/she is, thus guiding each reader to their most insightful analysis. A masterful work that is sure to be treasured by all who heed their dreams."--Heather Jones, author of Beautiful Journey
Through the ages dreams have held the fascination of people from all walks of life. Why? For the same reason you opened this book. Deep inside we know dreams to be an integral part of who we are, a legend of where we have been, and a map toward what we may yet become. This chapter deals with dreams and the purpose behind them.
Why We Dream
Why we dream is not the most exciting part of dream work. I admit it is the opening of most dream books, and the paragraphs are most likely to be skimmed while the reader thinks blah, blah, blah, get to the good stuff already. But this book is the type where if you miss one part, later on when the plot thickens you may find yourself rewinding. To save you some time, please stay with me.
Why we dream is a question never fully answered. Laboratory tests show that without sleep for prolonged periods humans become disoriented, slow witted, agitated and depressed. When participants are finally able to sleep, they immediately go into the dream phase of sleep and remained there for a prolonged period of time. This shows that not only is sleep essential to our well being, but the process of dreaming is also essential. Many theories have been formed as to why we need dreams. Some believe we dream to exercise the brain. Others believe we dream in order to keep the mind occupied while our body restores itself. Yet to our earlier ancestors the answer would have seemed obvious.