Dream Patterns

Revealing the Hidden Patterns of our Waking Lives

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About The Book

"Dream Patterns" teaches readers to identify the significant, meaningful patterns in their dreams and how to use that knowledge to make changes in their waking lives. Almost every book on dream interpretation emphasizes the interpretation of individual elements of individual dreams. But dreams contain much imagery that is not meaningful or interpretable. "Dream Patterns" shows how to break through the noise created by physical sensations, events of the previous day, intrusions of conscious thinking, and other stimuli to reveal repeating imagery and themes that reflect unrecognized patterns in our waking lives. Awareness of these patterns liberates us from them and empowers us to live our life more skillfully. This book is for dreamers of all skill levels, from people who rarely recall and have never before studied their dreams to people who have spent years studying their dreams but who want to get more out of them. You will learn how to recall, record, and analyze your dreams, and then how to apply the lessons of those dreams to your waking lives. While "Dream Patterns" emphasizes long-term patterns and expresses skepticism about the value of most individual dreams, it does teach you also to recognize and benefit from those few dreams that really are significant in isolation. Such dreams include “big dreams” that reflect major life and spiritual changes.

About The Author

Jonson Miller has practiced dream interpretation for over twenty-five years. He found psychoanalytical and dream dictionary approaches insufficient, so he developed his own pattern-based method of analysis. He is a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Findhorn Press (August 8, 2017)
  • Length: 160 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781844097739

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"This enlightening little book will provide you with the essential first steps for discovering the deeper patterns of your dreams."

– Dr. Allan G. Hunter, professor of literature, writer and counselor

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