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Weave a Spell of Dream Magick
Inform your magick and creativity with true consciousness by incorporating the wisdom of your dreams into your waking life.
A Witch's Book of Dreams will guide you through the fascinating process of understanding your dream symbols and interpreting their meaning intuitively. You'll discover the function of myth and archetypes, the necessity of facing your shadow, and the way to find your inner soul twin. You'll also learn how to:
·Create a dream journal and personal dream dictionary
·Use dream symbols to heal
·Cast a dream spell
· Understand the message of nightmares
· Use magickal correspondences in dream interpretation
With an extensive Witch's Dream Dictionary to help you get started, you can begin immediately to weave the energy and power of your dreams into the fabric of your days.
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Karri Allrich has a knack for making dream interpretation accessible while also coming across as highly intelligent and resourceful. Having studied dreams and archetypal symbols for over 25 years, Allrich is comfortable in this mysterious landscape, offering convincing interpretations of dreams and symbols. Although A Witches Book of Dreams is pegged as a book for witches, any woman interested in goddess spirituality should find it a friendly resource. "I do not subscribe to Sigmund's theory that snakes are merely phallic symbols and are always about sex," writes Allrich. "Sorry, darlings. I worship the goddess, and to Her, snakes are ancient wisdom and rebirth." One of Allrich's most compelling chapters is "The Importance of Shadow Work," which precedes a section about nightmares. She narrates a convincing argument for exploring one's own shadow side, so that it does not become a destructive force in witchcraft or in everyday life. From here, she enters the shadowy landscape of nightmares, where she helps readers see the supportive messages that lie within our fearful night imagery. The final half of the book is devoted to a dream dictionary, with brief passages about standard dream elements, such as a burglar ("fearing to face one's shadow"), horse ("instinct ... strength, power, and endurance"), wine ("...the spirit, the blood, the holy"). It also includes a chakra chart, bibliography, and index for easy referencing. --Gail HudsonFrom the Author:
Dreams are fragile things, abiding in the realms of our unconscious, easily ignored and brushed aside, yet so potent with authority and insight. By exploring the symbols and personal myths that inhabit our dreams we tap into a rich resource; we awaken to our authentic self; we confront our Shadow and embrace our inner soul twin - our Anima or Animus. Dream work is soul work - it enhances intuition and inspires creativity.
Unlock the secrets that lie within. Inform your beliefs, grow in wisdom and authenticity. Wisewomen explore the secret language of dreams.
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