Archive for May, 2010

A Stream of Dreams

By Leon Nacson

This book has become the benchmark for truly accurate dream interpretation throughout the world. More than just a monotonous listing of dream categories and their interpretations, this work presents numerous meanings behind every symbol and explains the importance of exploring the feelings and emotions that a dream leaves behind. This book differentiates itself from the typical works in its genre as it enables you to decode modern-day symbols such as mobile phones and CD/DVD players.

Leon Nacson is one the pioneers of the self-help movement in Australia. He is the bestselling author of “Interpreting Dreams A-Z” and “Dream Journal” and features in international press and television media.

This is a dream reference book like no other I have ever seen. It is well written, easy to understand and a great source of thought provoking material. It is definitely not a “one size fits all” as it entices you to not only check the meanings behind your dream but see how it made you feel, and gives many useful hints. A truly comprehensive guide and one that certainly merits the description it has been given – “Your ultimate dream decoder”.

Review by Joan Osborne

Published by Hay House  www.hayhouse.co.uk

ISBN: 978-1-84850-082-2

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by Diana Cooper

These cards have been sitting in my kitchen for a few weeks now and all visitors, whether young or old, spiritually challenged or not, seem compelled to pick them up and try them. My young children love them also so I would say that they have a universal appeal. They are also proving to be startlingly accurate and easy to understand both for those just beginning to open to angelic wisdom and for those who have been aware for some time, so their messages work on many levels. The affirmations are simple yet effective and they have a light, soft energy radiating from them and look very beautiful as well.

The advice of the angels is always appreciated and such an easy accessible format to hear their wisdom is always appreciated.

Review by Sarita Cameron

Published by Findhorn Press  www.findhornpress.com  ISBN: 1844091716


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