We Meet in Dreams A New Interpretation of Dreams
A book for anyone who wants to look more deeply into the true nature of their dreams. Most of us have had a dream experience that seemed "more real" than an ordinary dream, a dream that felt like it "really happened." We've wondered what made that More...
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A book for anyone who wants to look more deeply into the true nature of their dreams. Most of us have had a dream experience that seemed "more real" than an ordinary dream, a dream that felt like it "really happened." We've wondered what made that dream feel so different, so vivid, so meaningful to us. According to author and clairvoyant Laurie Conrad, there are two kinds of dreams. One is psychological, the product of our subconscious mind, with its endless torrent of thoughts and desires. In We Meet in Dreams, the author presents us with the compelling possibility that some of our dreams are actually visits to other realms or to other places on Earth. These dreams suggest that our relationship to time and space may be less fixed than we think. Through exploring and interpreting a wide range of dreams, including flying dreams, shared dreams and nightmares, Laurie Conrad helps us to distinguish the difference between our "ordinary" dreams and "other realm" visits. In the process, many fascinating, unexpected interpretations are offered that defy the ways that dreams have been understood – until now.
Clairvoyant Laurie Conrad is a pianist and composer living in Ithaca, New York.ï¿½ As a Divine Healer, sheï¿½is a member of the Distant Healing Network's (DHN) emergency team. She is also the author of The Spiritual Life of Animals and Plants, and Realms of Light: Clairvoyant Experiences of Life After Death, bothï¿½collections of true stories.About the Designer/IllustratorDiana Souza is a graphic artist whose artwork has been on bookshelvesï¿½since 1983. Her work can be seen a www.art-temple.comLaurie and Diana have been creative collaborators for seventeen years. They co-produced many episodes of a long-running series on cable TV called Paths to Spirituality andï¿½have been fellow contemplatives since 1984.