Author: Mary Oliver
Publisher: Open Road + Grove/Atlantic
Release Date: 2014-11-04
Dream Work, a collection of forty-five poems, follows both chronologically and logically Mary Oliver's American Primitive, which won her the Pulitzer Prize for the finest book of poetry published in 1983 by an American poet. The depth and diversity of perceptual awareness—so steadfast and radiant in American Primitive—continue in DreamWork. She has turned her attention in these poems to the solitary and difficult labors of the spirit—to accepting the truth about one's personal world, and to valuing the triumphs while transcending the failures of human relationships. Whether by way of inheritance—as in her poem about the Holocaust—or through a painful glimpse into the present—as in Acid, a poem about an injured boy begging in the streets of Indonesia—the events and tendencies of history take on a new importance here. More deeply than in her previous volumes, the sensibility behind these poems has merged with the world. Mary Oliver's willingness to be joyful continues, deepened by self-awareness, by experience, and by choice.
Author: John C. Maxwell
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Release Date: 2002-04-03
Genre: Business & Economics
Teamwork makes the dreamwork by John Maxwell. Success One Day At A Timeis the kind of book you will want to carry in your car or place at the side of your bed. Each page contains a snapshot of the daily road of an overcomer. It is the perfect gift for the new graduate as well as anyone.
Author: John Ankerberg
Publisher: ATRI Publishing
Release Date: 2012-08-14
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
Dream work claims that our dreams powerfully reflect or influence spiritual, psychological, and even physical realities. Dreams can be explored for psychological insight in psychotherapy; for spiritual insight in "Christian" dream work; or manipulated for occult revelations or "spiritual growth". Dream work may also be used as an adjunct to physical healing. The authors expose the occult potential and examine the major problems and dangers, as well as give a biblical evaluation.
Author: Lauranett Lee
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Release Date: 2008-08-01
What can a small industrial city in Virginia named Hopewell tell us about its experiment in possibilities? Located at the intersection of the Appomattox and James Rivers, this wondrous place was poised to yield "the greatest hope ever." From America's founding years to the twenty-first century Hopewell's historic sights and the stories that citizens tell about their lives provide glimpses into an ever changing landscape that embodies all the American dream has come to symbolize.
Originally published in 1979, this is a dream book with an outstanding difference: it takes the interpretation of dreams out of the realm of the professionals and gives it to the ultimate expert – the dreamer. Working with Dreams stresses the uniqueness of every dream and dreamer. With anecdotes and examples from their own dream groups, the authors show how to deal with the intimacy and honesty of a dream; how to explore its meanings without distorting them; how to let a dream tell us about ourselves and add to our understanding. Dr Ullman and Mrs Zimmerman start with the question of what is in a dream – what is real and what is symbolic? – and then go on to explain what happens during sleep and the way a dream develops. They cover remembering and recording dreams and dealing with the imagery of dreams. They illustrate the many predicaments that dreams depict, the self-deceptions we practice in relation to our dreams, and then show how dream groups – whether a family or a group of strangers – can work together to uncover the meaning of dreams. And they enrich their book by discussing everything from the history of dreams to the possibilities of dreams across space and time. The result is a storehouse of information about the world of dreams.
There have been many previous books on the physiology of dreaming, the history of dream interpretation, and the meaning of specific dream symbols. But there have been relatively few books exploring the moment-by-moment process of interpreting dreams. This book guides you through this interpretive process, and illustrates how dreamwork promotes emotional, relational, and spiritual transformation. It explores how working with dreams enhances our emotional life, deepens our capacity for relationship, and helps us gracefully navigate change and transitions.The author shows that dreamwork is a natural antidepressant, is effective in transforming anger, bereavement, couples conflicts and impasses, and aids the process of individuation. The book explores archetypal themes and complexes, synchronistic experiences and spiritual awakening in dreams, and representations of the body in dreams. The final chapter, "Taming Wild Horses", explores animal dream symbolism and its importance for enhancing our human sexuality. The book also describes the Dream Mandala, a method of self-transformation through the union of opposites - the charged polarities of the personality. Dreamwork and Self-Healing will interest all readers who wish to learn about dreams and their healing potential.
Everyone has the innate ability to understand their dreams. We dream to gain the insight and awareness needed to work through issues, fears, challenges and personal demons, to understand our destiny, and to receive daily guidance in fulfilling our unique roles in life. This book gives readers the tools to begin journalling dreams, becoming aware of common symbols, understanding the meaning of dreams, and knowing intuitively whether this meaning is correct. Dreamwork Uncovered shows us that dreams can create inner harmony, peace and joy.
Author: Sue Frederick
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Release Date: 2009-09-01
For anyone in a dead-end job, stuck in a rut, or out of work, this timely and ground-breaking book is the solution! Have you ever wondered what you were truly meant to do in life? Have you ever felt that you have a higher calling? Let career intuitive Sue Frederick show you the way. In this first-ever book to combine ancient mystical teachings with current career knowledge, Sue reveals how to read destiny clues (the way she reads them for clients) and create a practical plan for moving forward. She illuminates the negative patterns stopping you in your tracks and teaches you to remove them. You walk away with a fresh perspective on your life's direction, and a realization of how powerful you truly are. I See Your Dream Job is a book for anyone who: - Feels stuck in a job - Feels unfulfilled at work - Questions if they're on the right track - Yearns to do something more creative - Dreams of a different path - Has been fired - Has been downsized - Is underpaid and underappreciated - Simply wants something different. "A must read for everyone who would like a step-by-step approach to discovering their life's purpose." - Leslie Gail author of a Life Simplified
Author: Geoff Nelson
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release Date: 2016-02-10
Humans are created as dreaming creatures and have been interested in the meaning of their dreams for thousands of years. This book offers tools and guidelines to help you work with your dreams as a practice of your Christian faith. Drawing on biblical and historical references as well as modern research, the book outlines ways to better understand your own dreams and gives practical advice for beginning and leading a dream group. The book also discusses how other contemporary spiritual practices, such as lectio divina, journaling, and meditation, can inform your dream work and vice versa. Dreams are not a secret code and will not necessarily improve your life forever, but they can serve as a valuable source of insights and inspiration in your life. This book will help you reach a deeper understanding of yourself and your faith through working with your dreams.
Author: Jonathan Locke Hart
Publisher: Athabasca University Press
Release Date: 2010-01-01
"Dreamwork is a poetic exploration of the then and there, here and now, of landscapes and inscapes over time. It is part of a poetry series on dream and its relation to actuality. The poems explore past, present, and future in different places from Canada through New Jersey, New York and New England to England and Europe, part of the speaker's journey. A typology of home and displacement, of natural beauty and industrial scars unfolds in the movement of the book." --Book Jacket.
""How to get your dream job without struggle"" is a book that give you an A-Z guide on how to prepare for that interview that has been giving you sleepless night, it also shows you the various questions to expect during an interview with their respective answers, not just that, but also how to dress for an interview. The interesting part is that it was edited by a top HR Consultant in the UK who has wealth of knowledge about job interviews so you can be sure about the quality of the content. Why don't you treat yourself with a copy of the fabulous book and also get one for your friends or a family member.