A little course in dreams

by Robert Bosnak

Book, 1988

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Available

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D

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D

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Boston : New York : Shambhala ; Distributed in the U.S. by Random House, 1988.

Physical description

121 p.; 18 cm

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This is a hands-on manual for anyone who is interested in dreams. At the same time, it is the story of a personal journey through the dream world by the author and several of his patients and students. Robert Bosnak offers exercises and strategies for studying dreams, including:

• Remembering and recording dreams
• Analyzing a written dream text
• Studying a series of dreams for its underlying themes
• Using the techniques of active imagination and amplification
• Working on dreams alone, in pairs, and in groups

Through this Little Course in Dreams it becomes clear that the imagination is a powerful force that simultaneously "poisons" us and provides the remedies to the soul's ills. Dreamwork thus opens the way to the healing and transformation of the soul.

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This is a hands-on manual for anyone who is interested in dreams. At the same time, it is the story of a personal journey through the dream world by the author and several of his patients and students. Robert Bosnak offers exercises and strategies for studying dreams, including: Remembering and recording dreams Analyzing a written dream text Studying a series of dreams for its underlying themes Using the techniques of active imagination and amplification Working on dreams alone, in pairs, and in groups Through this Little Course in Dreams it becomes clear that the imagination is a powerful force that simultaneously "poisons" us and provides the remedies to the soul's ills. Dreamwork thus opens the way to the healing and transformation of the soul.… (more)

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