Thank you Stephen for this idea of sharing books, essays and journals that helped us on our path to understanding our dream world:
1. Marie Louise Von Franz: Dreams: A Study of the Dreams of Jung, Descartes, Socrates, and Other Historical Figures (C. G. Jung Foundation Books Series Book 9) Marie Louis’ essays approach dreams through many lenses, through a psychological lens, a religious lens, and a historical lens. In her view, dreams can uncover hidden departments of your inner world. She also describes C. G. Jung’s examination of his own dreams and the fascinating connection between his dream world and his life. A fascinating read.
2. Robert Moss; Three Only Things: Tapping the Power of Dreams, Coincidence, and Imagination. There are three themes in this book, a theme of dreams, of imagination and of coincidence. Through stories, of personal coincidences, and their interplay with the dream world, Moss shows us how we too can connect with sources of wisdom and happiness. Our dreams can help develop a new vision, a new perspective on life here on earth. If you like stories, and serendipity, this book is for you. Moss shows us ways to tap into the nine powers of dreaming, the nine rules of coincidence, and the seven uses of imagination.
3. Robert Moss; Conscious Dreaming: In this book, Moss teaches us how to incubate dreams, how to remember them and then to journal them. There are many categories of dreams; the Shamanic dreaming, dreams of our departed loved ones, our angel guides, our spirit guides. He explores the magical and sensuous impact dreams can have on our daily lives.