Here are the curated dreams of one woman who, over half a lifetime, captured their essence in story, feelings, and reflections. We see the dreams cataloged and organized like an art museum, where dedicated galleries explore the stages of life, from childhood challenges to preparations for death.
In these dreams Margaret Honton explores the interrelatedness of the conscious, unconscious, and spiritual realms.
The author shows us how to use dreams:
- to decipher the images and actions conveyed by the unconscious.
- to appreciate the artistry and reassurance that they provide.
- to identify issues that need to be addressed, in order to deal with them.
- to let go of lingering feelings of attachment.
- to honor one's spiritual messengers and guides.
Margaret Honton teaches us how to save and reflect upon our dreams, and how to process our feelings about them, to enhance positive life changes.
Among the many rewards for those who carry through with their dreams are better decision making, enhanced creativity, and greater understanding of oneself.