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Dreams Are Reality is a riveting story about a womans journey through her subconscious in order to reprogram negative beliefs that emanated in early childhood.

Author: Vanaja Ananda MA; MS

Publisher: BalboaPress

ISBN: 1452554137

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 308

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Dreams Are Reality is a riveting story about a woman’s journey through her subconscious in order to reprogram negative beliefs that emanated in early childhood. Watch Vanaja unravel the secrets of the universe as she explores the psyche at both a subconscious and conscious level in real time! The secret is revealed with effective neuroscience and spiritual techniques so any person can achieve inner peace and any dream he desires. Dreams Are Reality awakens people to the wonderful transformations occurring in 2012 which will bring our planet back to its utopian roots. Financial independence, health reform, and a new educational paradigm will be the new way of life. Dreams Are Reality is a page turner that has the audience clamoring for more. For the first time in the history of mankind, the truth is uncovered right in front of your eyes!
2012-08-07 By Vanaja Ananda MA; MS

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ISBN: 1430905905

Category: Children's stories, English

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Author: Kirsten Hoffmann

Publisher: Ernst Klett Sprachen GmbH

ISBN: 9783129278260

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2014-01-29 By Kirsten Hoffmann

A strong and growing intuition in society today is the idea that our thoughts create our own reality.

Author: Bernardo Kastrup

Publisher: Iff Books

ISBN: 1846945259

Category: Philosophy

Page: 190

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A strong and growing intuition in society today is the idea that our thoughts create our own reality. Yet it seems obvious that, try as we might, our lives are not quite what we fantasize. Is the intuition thus wrong? Through a rational, methodic interpretation of meditative insights, the validity of which is substantiated with a compelling scientific literature review, the author constructs hypotheses that reconcile facts with intuition. Mesmerizing narratives of his expeditions into the unconscious suggest an amazing possibility: just as dreams are seemingly autonomous manifestations of our psyche, reality may be an externalized combination of the subconscious dreams of us all, mixed as they are projected onto the fabric of space-time. Perhaps the laws of physics are an emergent by-product of such synchronization of thoughts. Through computer simulations, the author explores the implications of these hypotheses, with conclusions uncannily reminiscent of observed phenomena.

The world of our dreams is something more than our reality.

Author: Victoria Socolova

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ISBN: 1539567176

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The world of our dreams is something more than our reality. It is in a dream where we can find ourselves in any point of space and time, where we learn secrets of the part, essence of the present and possibilities of the future. It is only in dreams where we can meet those who are no more with us, study options for forthcoming events or make our choice...
2016-10-14 By Victoria Socolova

This book is an international anthology about dance seen as a world of dreams, ideals or paradises lost - a place where identity and reality are at stake.

Author: Monna Dithmer

Publisher: Museum Tusculanum Press

ISBN: 8772896825

Category: Psychology

Page: 261

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This book is an international anthology about dance seen as a world of dreams, ideals or paradises lost - a place where identity and reality are at stake. Through essays, interviews, and analytical reflections, such diverse subjects are treated as Bournonville's ideal of a critic, Nijinsky's faun versus the romantic dream of elusive women, the broken marriage between music and dance, dancing as an erotic motif in the paintings of the Danish Golden Age, and the beast in dance from Swan Lake to butoh.
2002 By Monna Dithmer

This book reveals the mechanics of living a life of your dreams. The book is cyclical. It ends where it begins. The concepts in the book are delicately crafted into epiphanies instead of chapters.

Author: John Moreschi Jr.

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781504373029

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 142

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This book reveals the mechanics of living a life of your dreams. The book is cyclical. It ends where it begins. The concepts in the book are delicately crafted into epiphanies instead of chapters. The epiphanies are designed to provide the reader tools to create their reality and live the life of their dreams!
2017-02-13 By John Moreschi Jr.

If the divine design etched deep within you is starting to form an image, inspiring to you to make it happen, Turn Your God-Given Dreams Into Reality will help you identify God's plan for your life and show you how to move your dream from ...

Author: Rick Renner

Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers

ISBN: 9781680311778

Category: Religion

Page: 96

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Do you have a dream so big it seems impossible, yet it consumes your thoughts? Have you considered that God has planted His thoughts deep inside your spirit and soul, and those thoughts are trying to surface? If the divine design etched deep within you is starting to form an image, inspiring to you to make it happen, Turn Your God-Given Dreams Into Reality will help you identify God's plan for your life and show you how to move your dream from the realm of dreams to the realm of reality!
2017-08-01 By Rick Renner

experience of reality. While dreaming, we perceive objects and events with the same, or even greater, clarity as we do in the waking state.

Author: Simon S. Godfrey

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781412011433

Category: Philosophy

Page: 246

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Dreaming is a universal phenomenon. Nearly everybody dreams and is anxious to know what it means. Perhaps no other human experience has aroused so much interest and curiosity as this alien visitation that forces itself upon us without warning during the dead of sleep. Since antiquity, thousands of books and articles have been written to shed some light on this mysterious, and often unwelcome nightly visitor. Despite tremendous work in this field, the riddle remains unsolved. Still no satisfactory answers have been provided to these basic questions: Why do we dream? What are dreams about? Where do they come from? How can we understand them? This book is significantly different from those of others in this area, as the answers presented are not the author's own views; they are largely his dreams' answers to the questions just posed. Instead of speculation, this author, a psychologist by profession, has put forward what his own dreams have consistently and persistently revealed to him over the past thirty years. Since 1973, he has recorded over 100, 000 dreams, filling some 230 journals of 200 pages each. The length of the dreams varies greatly; some consist of a single word or phrase, others fill a page or more. This book is written to share with others what the author has gained from his journey into the dreamworld and from his long and patient analysis of this vast number of dreams. Three conclusions have been drawn from this investigation: 1) Dreams are not caused by repressed sexual wishes, somatic sources, impressions of the preceding days, or other mundane instigators, as claimed by Freud and his followers; 2) Dreams do have a supernatural source, as pronounced by many writers through the ages; and 3) Through dreams this supernatural source reveals to us who we really are, brings to light who He is, and invites us to lead our own lives sensibly and purposefully. Using his own dreams as illustrations, the author addresses a wide variety of topics relating to the domain of dreams, including: Are dreams a source of creativity? Why do some of us have frequent nightmares? Can we control the content of our dreams? Why are dreams so cryptic? How can we decipher our dream symbols to understand their meanings? Do characters in our dreams refer to persons we know of, or do they stand for components of our own identity? How should we understand the verbal contents of our dreams? Can dreams guide us as to how we should conduct our lives? Is the reality we experience during our dreams more dependable or the one we experience in waking life? The main purpose of the book is to elucidate that dreams are trustworthy teachers. In the realm of growth and self-discovery, we must regard as suspect whatever we learn from others, however wise and well-meaning. But whatever is conveyed to us directly, through dreams, is credible since it emanates from within us and is free from inconsistencies and adulterations. Our major challenge is to understand the symbolic language used by the wise guide we have within.

Dreams are, well, they're more dreamy. You can just tell. Things happen in dreams that don't happen in reality. Usually, anyway.” The hero of The Dream Weaver, young Ian Pinkle, encounters a world full of the unknown.

Author: Jack Bowen

Publisher: Pearson P T R

ISBN: 0205528864

Category: Philosophy

Page: 412

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“How sure can you be that you're not dreaming right now?” “Up until now, completely sure,” I responded. “Dreams aren't really anything like reality. Dreams are, well, they're more dreamy. You can just tell. Things happen in dreams that don't happen in reality. Usually, anyway.” The hero of The Dream Weaver, young Ian Pinkle, encounters a world full of the unknown. With the help of a mentor and a friend or two, he sheds light on some of life's most difficult questions: How do we determine morality? What is the meaning of life? Does God exist? How can we determine Truth? Fairness? What are the mind and soul like? Ian--in his playful, curious manner--addresses these questions in a way that lets readers develop their own answers, and in doing so, he guides the readers through a history of philosophical thought in a clever, conversational and even adventurous style. This allows readers to think for themselves, ask questions themselves--and to be philosophers themselves. Alongside Ian's story are annotations that connect Ian's dilemmas and insights to some of the most renowned thinkers throughout history. Whether Ian is creating universes to explore the apparent paradoxical issues of evil, or playfully addressing (and solving!) the chicken-or-the-egg question, he will provide all readers with both "a ha!" moments and moments that challenge their most firmly rooted foundations. And all the while, there's a nice little surprise waiting at the end.
2008 By Jack Bowen

This book was designed to take any dream that you have and turn it into a reality. That's it. Robert's focus when creating this fieldbook was to make it comprehensive, easy-to-understand and as short as possible.

Author: Robert Chen

Publisher:

ISBN: 1479373249

Category: Self-Help

Page: 74

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The Dreams to Reality Fieldbook Have you ever wondered why some people accomplish so much more than you do even though they have the same 24 hours? Are you tired of watching everyone else get what they want? Are you ashamed of being jealous of your friends, family or strangers who are living the life you wish you had? What if that could be you? What if you were able to make the income you have always wanted? How about taking a trip around the world without worry? What if you could live life without regrets? Would you be interested in that type of power? You can't change your past but you can have the future you want by changing the actions you take right now. In The Dreams to Reality Fieldbook, Robert Chen shows you how, step by step. This fieldbook was not written to make you feel good. You are not going to find rags-to-riches stories or tips about affirmations and positive thinking. This book was designed to take any dream that you have and turn it into a reality. That's it. Robert's focus when creating this fieldbook was to make it comprehensive, easy-to-understand and as short as possible. This book is not for someone who hopes it will work like magic with little to no effort. Each chapter ends with specific action steps that you should take before moving on. If you do not want to follow the steps, don't waste your time and money because this book will not help you if all you do is read it without stopping to take action. There are only two pre-requisites for this fieldbook: A dream A desire and willingness to commit to pursuing your dream It doesn't matter if you do not know how to achieve your dream, that is why Robert wrote this book. All that matters is that you want to achieve it. You will learn how to: Challenge beliefs and assumptions that hold you back from committing to your dreams Properly set goals that will allow you to turn your dreams into possibilities Create a practical plan that fits into your schedule to achieve your goals Execute your plan to turn possibilities into reality Overcome barriers that will arise when you execute your plan Celebrate and repeat the process again This book contains the information you need to turn your dreams into reality. All you have to do is to follow the steps.
2013-01-23 By Robert Chen

In this guide to mastering the art of dreaming, Serge Kahili King, Ph.D., explores techniques to harness the power of dreams for healing, transformation, and changing your experience of reality.

Author: Serge Kahili King

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781591433897

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 240

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Harness the transformative power of night dreams, half-awake dreams, and daydreams for healing, manifestation, and insight • Examines the types of dreams we have and how to remember and interpret them • Offers techniques for using night dreams and liminal dreams to improve our health and well-being and for manifesting our dreams in reality • Provides techniques for using daydreams for healing, insight, and creativity • Explains how dream techniques can be used to influence the behavior of people, things, and nature in the waking world Dreams can change our lives in profound and tangible ways. In this guide to mastering the art of dreaming, Serge Kahili King, Ph.D., explores techniques to harness the power of dreams for healing, transformation, and changing your experience of reality. Drawing on his analysis of more than 5,000 of his own dreams as well as those of students and clients from his almost 50 years of clinical work, King examines the types of night dreams we have, how to remember them better, how to make use of them to improve our health and well-being, and how to interpret them. He explores how dreams are understood in neuroscience and psychology, in Native American and Aboriginal cultures, in indigenous Senoi dream theory, and in India, Tibet, Hawaii, and Africa as well as ancient Egypt, Greece, and China. He examines the power of liminal dreams--those experienced in the half-awake state before or after sleep--for manifestation and self-understanding. He offers techniques for enhancing the dream experience for both night dreams and liminal dreams, along with practical methods to induce lucid (conscious) dreaming and to create healing thoughtforms. King then explores daydreams in depth, including fantasy, guided imagery, meditation, visions, and remote viewing and provides techniques for using daydreams for healing, insight, and creativity. He divides daydreaming into two categories, defining “active daydreaming” as the scripted dream in which you envision a goal happening and “passive daydreaming” as allowing ideas and memories to arise spontaneously from the depths of the mind. Reflecting on how dreamlike our daily experience is, King shows that each of us can use dreams as tools for seeing the world differently and influencing the behavior of people, things, and nature.
2020-10-20 By Serge Kahili King

What would you do if your best friend committed suicide? What would you do if there was no way that you could help them? All there is left, is 199 letters. The only thing they left behind for you.

Author: Ashley / A. Price / P

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ISBN: 151142625X

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What would you do if your best friend committed suicide? What would you do if there was no way that you could help them? All there is left, is 199 letters. The only thing they left behind for you.
2015-03-24 By Ashley / A. Price / P

Waking Dreams are episodes of synchronicity which appear in a variety of forms as signs or messages of guidance.

Author: Carl David

Publisher:

ISBN: 162865189X

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 134

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Waking Dreams are episodes of synchronicity which appear in a variety of forms as signs or messages of guidance. Often they will recur until acknowledged by the recipient for whom they are intended. They are gifts bestowed upon us from a higher level of consciousness. Co-incidences forming a perfect intersection of events.
2015-06-07 By Carl David

Hopefully after reading this book people will find their dreams and pursue them. Are you reality dreaming? Or are you just dreaming reality?

Author: Dennis Stanfield

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ISBN: 0615513468

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Reality Dreaming blurs the lines of dreams and realities. Some people are living a dream while other are living a nightmare. On the flip side some are living a harsh reality and others a reality where their dreams have come true. Hopefully after reading this book people will find their dreams and pursue them. Are you reality dreaming? Or are you just dreaming reality?
2011-07-13 By Dennis Stanfield

With this book, I invite you to observe your dreams and their connections with your reality, with a mind as neutral as possible. This is the best way to understand the meaning of your dreams.

Author: Anna Mancini

Publisher: BUENOS BOOKS AMERICA LLC

ISBN: 9781932848434

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 112

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Dreams are at the heart of a process where tangible and intangible worlds are intimately intermingled. Indeed, a dream is an intangible phenomenon occurring in a physical body that stands in an environment both material and informational (intangible). A systematic investigation of the connections between dreams and reality sheds new light on the dream process and on the functioning of the mind. This book invites you, the reader, to discover the results you can achieve through a more comprehensive and unified approach to the dream process. It gives you advice on how to carry out your own research. Reading this book will help you become better aware of the role played by your body at the meeting point between dreams and reality, between the tangible and the intangible (Chapter 1). The book describes an efficient method for observing the dream process (Chapter 2) and explains the results you can achieve with it through your own experimentation (Chapter 3). Through your personal exploration of the whole dream process you will be able to verify for yourself the reality of certain faculties of the mind which are commonly considered to be "paranormal". You will see that they can be explained rationally. Chapter 4 of the book explains how you can use the dream process to find answers to your questions, whether they regard your daily life (health, work, relationships, life guidance) or your artistic or scientific creativity. The last chapter (Chapter 5) explains why faculties today considered to be paranormal are destined to a natural collective awakening. With this book, I invite you to observe your dreams and their connections with your reality, with a mind as neutral as possible. This is the best way to understand the meaning of your dreams. Try, then, to forget all you have ever heard about dreams, and just look at them and observe the whole dream process, and not only the dreams. Everything I assert in the book can be verified through personal experience by using the proposed method of observation. With this method everyone, even the most skeptical person, can verify the existence of unusual faculties of the mind, and learn to develop and use them. Key words: dreams and reality, precognitive dreams, future in dreams, premonitory dreams, dream interpretation, meaning of dreams, paranormal faculties, telepathy, dreams and health, dreams and abundance, dreams and the past, mind and body, nightmares, dreaming brain, lucid dreams
2007-03-01 By Anna Mancini

Author: Brittany M. Yearwood

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ISBN: OCLC:992710927

Category: Children's literature

Page: 18

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I saved Josh and Leon; I tried to save Kaitlyn,” Em goes on excitedly. “You have to believe me. I wasn't dreaming. Some dreams are for real!

Author: Garrett Lowry

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781982235000

Category: Fiction

Page: 156

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“Some Dreams are for Real” is the extraordinary story of Emma Rodriguez, a fourteen year old Mexican/American girl living in Santa Barbara, California who experiences an incredible and unbelievable journey of transformation and personal growth. Along her mystical voyage she is exposed to numerous people and situations that teach her the true meaning of love, kindness, gratitude and respect. But can she forgive the most grievous of acts? Does she have the courage to be steadfast in the face of real fear? Will she demonstrate compassion for others in the midst of danger? As Emma encounters challenging situations no young child should be exposed to, she gains the wisdom, awareness and insight of a lifetime. Life’s lessons and society’s complexities meet her head on as she attempts to discover who she is and who she will be at the end of her mysterious odyssey. From the gripping opening scene to the surprising ending, “Some Dreams are for Real” grabs the reader and holds him in suspense. Along the way contemporary teen topics such as family separation and loss, texting and sexting, gay bashing, school shooters, immigration, homelessness, and tragedy are addressed and serve as a catalyst for conversation. Young readers of this story will imagine themselves in Emma’s role - strong, courageous and authentic – and find it informative, empowering, purposeful, entertaining, inspiring, adventurous, and humorous. This story is filled with valuable life-lessons that make it a must-read for every teen and teen parent.
2019-09-16 By Garrett Lowry

This richly suggestive book challenges many of our fundamental assumptions about ourselves and our world."—Mark C. Taylor, New York Times Book Review "Dazzling analysis. . .

Author: Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 0226618552

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 366

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"Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty . . . weaves a brilliant analysis of the complex role of dreams and dreaming in Indian religion, philosophy, literature, and art. . . . In her creative hands, enchanting Indian myths and stories illuminate and are illuminated by authors as different as Aeschylus, Plato, Freud, Jung, Kurl Gödel, Thomas Kuhn, Borges, Picasso, Sir Ernst Gombrich, and many others. This richly suggestive book challenges many of our fundamental assumptions about ourselves and our world."—Mark C. Taylor, New York Times Book Review "Dazzling analysis. . . . The book is firm and convincing once you appreciate its central point, which is that in traditional Hindu thought the dream isn't an accident or byway of experience, but rather the locus of epistemology. In its willful confusion of categories, its teasing readiness to blur the line between the imagined and the real, the dream actually embodies the whole problem of knowledge. . . . [O'Flaherty] wants to make your mental flesh creep, and she succeeds."—Mark Caldwell, Village Voice
1986-02-15 By Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty

K2: Dreams and Reality is the fifth book in the Raincoast Journeys series.

Author: Jim Haberl

Publisher: Raincoast Book Dist Limited

ISBN: 1551922673

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 110

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Jim Haberl's compelling and gorgeously illustrated first-person account of his successful 1993 assault on K2, the storied Himalayan mountain second only to Everest in altitude, bristles with danger and glistens with the splendor of his experience. You are at his side as he describes, step by step, the arduous ascent he and his companions forged to the top. He spares no detail of his emotions along the way -- exhilaration at his moment standing atop the world, and devastation at the death of his close friend and climbing partner, Dan Culver, on their descent from the peak. Destined to become a classic of mountaineering lore, K2: Dreams and Reality will earn a cherished place on the bookshelves of experienced mountaineers and armchair explorers alike. K2: Dreams and Reality is the fifth book in the Raincoast Journeys series.
1999 By Jim Haberl

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