The Awakened Dreamer: How to Remember & Interpret Your Dreams
Author: Kala Ambrose
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications
“The Awakened Dreamer” is the second book by Ms. Ambrose that I have read. “Spirits of New Orleans: Voodoo Curses, Vampire Legends, and Cities of the Dead,” was the first book by Ms. Ambrose that I read. (I got that book before returning to New Orleans for my husband and my 5th anniversary. We used her book as a tour guide.) Her writing style is very personal. She loves to share her stories with you, the reader. I like that about her.
Ms. Ambrose is an excellent writer; she is a vibrant storyteller. In some of her stories, there are some heartwarming lessons she shares about the different kinds of dreams that you may have. She shares personal stories of her own and those of clients that she has helped work through dream meanings.
In this book Ms. Ambrose has nine chapters that will help you to work on remembering your dreams, journaling them, becoming comfortable with changing what happens and interpreting your dreams. Each chapter of the book is about a different kind of dream, from Prophetic dreams to Nightmares.
Some chapters have exercises that help you learn more about how your mind and the dreams you have work. A month is all the longer I have had this book, I have read it. But, at this point, I am still working on the exercises in Teaching Dreams. I am looking forward to learning more about myself and my life (current and past.)
I love the exercises and the meditations that Ms. Ambrose includes in the book. The practices she provides help to make this a workbook that you can use to interpret your sleeping visions.
Chapter Nine is a great one for parents of younger children to read but is great for us adults too. It speaks about the use and the magic of daydreams. Ms. Ambrose give exercises to help you learn to use your visions to manifest your dreams in the real world. To me, this is an exciting concept and one that I look forward to putting to use.
In the back of the book, Ms. Ambrose includes a small dream symbolism dictionary. I love what she writes there too. Ms. Ambrose believes (as I do) that you should learn to interpret your dreams for yourself, after all only, you know your symbols mean. Throughout this book, she gives you the tools you need to be your own guide in your dream world.
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Dawn Borries loves reading and was thrilled to become an E-Book reviewer for PaganPages.Org. Dawn, also, has been doing Tarot and Numerology readings for the past 25 years. Dawn does readings on her Facebook page. If you are interested in a reading you can reach her at: https://www.facebook.com/NumerologistDawnBorries/.