Tuesday, October 8, 2013

What Your Dreams Are Telling You by Cindy McGill with David Sluka

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About the Book:

Why Waste One-Third of Your Life Only Sleeping?

Have you ever wanted to receive wise advice about a business proposal, a relationship or a direction in life? Tonight you will have several dreams. Did you know they could contain the very advice you need?

It's true.
Join dream interpreter Cindy McGill as she shows you that sleep is so much more than just a time to rest your body. If you pay attention, you can uncover a secret weapon for success--and the keys to unlocking your full potential.

Not only is it possible to remember your dreams, but when properly interpreted, they bring guidance, hope and strength to achieve what may seem impossible. Here Cindy gives you the tools for discovering and decoding these hidden messages, including

-- how to get the most out of your dreams
-- historical and present-day examples of life-changing dreams
-- common dream themes and what they mean
-- 3 steps to discover the genuine message from your dreams
-- a quick-reference guide to common dream symbols
-- how to reawaken your dream life

Solutions to your problems can come on any given night. It's time to listen to what your dreams are telling you.

My Review:

I was pretty skeptical when I agreed to review this book, but I became fascinated as I read.  I knew there were dreams in the Bible that warned or foretold of things, but I hadn't realized there were famous inventors, scientists, authors, etc. who dreamt of solutions, stories, even scientific breakthroughs!  The author points out that not all dreams mean something and to be cautious of being too quick to assign a certain meaning.  The chapters on principles to use when interpreting a dream, common dream themes, and types of dreams were especially fascinating.  I'm also glad she pointed out that not all dreams are from God.  They can also be from what she calls Self and Lie and it's important to figure out which source it's from.  While she talks about God and her faith, the book felt like it was written for anyone, Christian or not.  Much of what she said made sense and I know I'm going to be paying a lot more attention to my dreams from now on!

I received this book free from Chosen Books in exchange for an honest review.

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