The Dream Belongs to the Dreamer

A Hands-On, How-To, Step-by-Step Guide To Understanding Your Dreams

by Velva Lee Heraty MSW


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£7.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 30/07/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 162
ISBN : 9781452587127

About the Book

The Dream Belongs to the Dreamer is a compelling hands-on, how-to guide professionally designed to help you unravel the mysteries of your dreams. You will be expertly guided through chapter after chapter of steps, techniques, definitions, and examples to help you more fully understand your dreams on their deepest levels. Five fascinating true-life stories of insightful dream dialogues are included to show you just how rewarding and meaningful this new method, called Subjective Symbol Immersion©, truly is. Included are sections set aside for your personal notes and reflections so you can go at your own pace. In addition, to help make your dreamwork journey as meaningful as possible, there is a Dreamer’s Toolkit of wonderful and fun exercises and a Glossary of Terms in the back of the book. Here is one reader’s review: “From time to time I’ve been jolted by an extraordinary book that stops my world. It forces me to look at “reality” in a different way, a more expansive and meaningful way in which I can more easily connect to my true self. The Dream Belongs to the Dreamer is such a book. It will help anyone willing to apply its unique method to their dreams achieve a healthy and creative life in harmony and balance. I know it did for me.” Stephen Danzig, President, The IDA Projects, London.


About the Author

Velva Lee Heraty is a nationally recognized expert on dreams. She achieved her Masters of Social Work from Loyola University, Chicago and her Depth Psychotherapist Certification from the Jung Institute in Evanston, IL. After the 9/11 terrorist attack Velva volunteered to be a resource for the National Nightmare Hotline. She is a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams and the Society of Professional Journalists. Cover Art by Rebekah Eugenia Lazaridis