Dreams are gateways to other worlds, times, and planes of existence. They are sacred portals through which we receive powerful messages from Source, often in the form of symbols brought to us by our dream guide and the angels. In this book, Doreen Virtue and Melissa Virtue discuss where dreams come from, how to interpret them, what role angels play, and whom to call upon for guidance. You’ll gain tools to enhance your dreamtime journeys, including techniques for creating your own dreams and improving your recall upon awakening. In addition, you’ll learn to identify the different types of dreams by reading personal stories and interpretations that will help you decode your dream messages.
A grieving World War II widow in search of a long-lost daughter finds herself drawn to a small Wyoming town. A crippled and mute orphan boy has a wondrous dream every Christmas Eve where he walks, talks, sees his mother, and meets a mysterious girl who becomes his best friend. Reality and fantasy converge in this wonder-filled tale, beautifully crafted by authors Chris Schneider and Michael Phillips.
Every night when you're asleep, your angels, your unconscious mind, and the universe are giving you guidance, answers to your questions, and cautionary signs. You can take charge of your life and experience deep healing by understanding and processing these dream messages. This guidebook to accompany theAngel Dreams Oracle Cards gives you step-by-step instructions on how to conduct accurate and trustworthy dream readings to resolve your deepest questions and concerns. It explains the meanings of the 55 dream symbols in the deck and provides specific details that can shine light upon your unconscious mind. In this way, you can harness the power of your dreams to steer yourself in your desired direction!
Angels, dreams, and visionswe all experience these adventures in mind, body, or soul, in real time, in thought, or in dreams. We dream about strange worlds, have strange encounters where we are told of things to come but not of when. People operate like magnets, attracting people and events into our lives and pushing people away. This book is about those events, those meetings, those dreams. It is a journey into our knowing of our imaginary worlds. It is also about your journey into your thought life, where the thoughts come from and where they vanish to. It is about our alone life.
Angel Fox lives in her own day dream world not allowing many people into her sacred place. She has been burned by love and has no desire to venture into that world again. She lives in house on the beach in Malibu with her dogs and a few close friends near by. She never believed that the ocean would bring her the love of her life. Travis Ford is a firefighter on stress leave from his job. He has rented a home on the beach in Malibu to unwind. He is almost attacked by his neighbors dogs when coming out of the ocean after surfing. He meets the dogs owner. He is mesmerized by her looks, white blond hair, the palest of blue eyes which are only epitomized by her name, Angel. He falls hard and fast for her. Travis and Angel become friends and slowly Angel opens up her heart to Travis letting him into her dreams.
Go with Inez in her fascinating journey in the spiritual realm. She encounters visitations from angels of different forms and at various times. The angels give protection, instruction and warnings. Inez has experienced exceptional dreams that provide information of present, past and future events. They also give information and instructions to her personally and for the benefit of others. The dreams are vividly portrayed and the meanings explained. The visions are myriad in type and the method of reception is depicted in clear language. They open a visual comprehension for Inez to be able to make decisions that affect her life personally and her relationships and interactions with others. These revelations guide in determining the path for her to take. They speak of every day simple matters and also reveal profound spiritual truths. The visitation of angels, the dreams and the visions are presented in biblical similitude. Their main function is as messages to the body of Christ. They are given to her so that she may be able to write the vision and make it plain. Every person regardless of age and belief will enjoy accompanying her on the interesting road she travels.
To God be the glory for the things he has done. He has done great things. I bring you greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This book is written under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. It begins with memories of my struggle as a child learning to survive living in a life of poverty, where my mother did everything she could to take care of her children. It also depicts my enthusiasm to strive to be a breadwinner at an early age. The recording of the dreams started from a dream in which the Spirit spoke to me. Its sole purpose is to encourage those who have made a conscious decision to live according to the word of God that they are not alone. We are going to have trials and tribulations in this walk of life. Don't give up. God is always there with you. Even during the most difficult challenges of your life. Jesus said I will never leave you nor forsake you. I will be with you until the very end. Although we cannot see him, He has a way of revealing Himself to us. The assurance that God is with you is shown by the manifestation of how he places his angels around you to protect, encourage, and minister to your every need. In this book, you will read about the times in my life which God has revealed himself to me through angelical beings spiritually and physically. Through struggles and life challenges, they have been with me all the way. They were either by vision or physical existence. Hold on to your dreams and keep the vision alive. “Hebrews 13:5 says, Let your conversation be without covetousness; and be content with such things as ye have: for he hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee.
Throughout recorded time people have been fascinated by dreams and their meanings. Tribal societies valorize knowledge obtained from dreams and respect possession as a channel for revelation. In contrast, implicit in Western intellectual thought is an image of the human as a non-social atom with a unitary and rational mind, which turns dreaming into an epiphenomenom or, for Freud, a neurosis in miniature. Integrating materials from anthropology, post-Freudian psychoanalysis, social evolution, and the social psychology of Mead, Cooley, James, and Sullivan, this book offers a view of the self and the psyche that provides meaning to the views of traditional peoples on dreams, possession, and the loss of self.