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    • ISBN:9781783253098
    • Publication date:27 Dec 2018

Dreams

How to connect with your dreams to enrich your life

By Tree Carr

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A modern guide to spiritual empowerment through dreams.

Discover how to create your own dream practice to help facilitate your work and relationships, self-exploration, soul growth, emotional healing and personal empowerment.

Human beings have a long history of looking to their dreams for guidance, inspiration, spiritual connection and decision making. Kings consulted seers and gifted dreamers for political advice, and tribe leaders took heed from the prophetic dreams of their shamans. Dreams have led to inventions and scientific discoveries as well as the creation of moving works of art.

So why is the modern human so disconnected from our dreams? Our quiet, reflective consciousness has been superseded by the busy, noisy and distractive components of modern culture.

Dreams will teach you how, through simple intent, mindfulness, reflection, record keeping, plant work and lifestyle changes, we can enable a deeper connectivity and understanding of our dream world.

Biographical Notes

Tree Carr is a London-based dream guide, death doula, mystic, filmmaker and musician.

Tree is an avid lucid dreamer and looks to her dreams for creative inspiration, self-exploration, healing and the personal expansion of greater consciousness. She has been journaling her lucid dreams, sleep paralysis and OBEs for over 20 years and contributes her ideas to SpiritMAMA and Seymour Magazine. As an artist, she incorporates her dream practice into her creative work.

Discover more about Tree on Instagram @tree_carr and at www.luciddreamtree.com.

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  • ISBN: 9781912023967
  • Publication date: 27 Dec 2018
  • Page count: 160
  • Imprint: Aster
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