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The Jewish Dream Book

The Key to Opening the Inner Meaning of Your Dreams

Vanessa L. Ochs with Elizabeth Ochs
Illustrated by Kristina Swarner

8 x 8, 128 pp, Full color illus., Deluxe Quality Paperback w/flaps, 978-1-58023-132-9

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Find Inspiration and Spiritual Understanding in Judaism's Ancient
Traditions of Dream Interpretation
This engaging, entertaining, and informative bedside companion will help you open up your dreams and discover the meanings they may hold for you.
The Jewish Dream Book invites you to integrate the spiritual wisdom of Judaism’s past into your life today by honoring your dreams and striving to uncover their hidden messages. Exploring the Bible, Talmud, and other ancient sources, it will introduce you to inspiring, easy-to-use rituals and practices.
Included are diverse topics covering everything you’ve ever wondered about dreams and dreaming:
• Uniquely Jewish ways to bless and honor your dreams
• Transforming a bad dream into a good one
• How—and why—to keep a dream journal
• How to encourage enlightening, productive, and healing dreams
• Guidelines for being a dream interpreter
• Historical dream interpretations
• Dream symbols and their meanings
• How to link your dreams to Torah
"A wonderful book, rich in ideas and information.  The night I finished reading it, I had vivid dreams filled with meaning."
Rabbi Karyn D. Kedar, author of God Whispers: Stories of the Soul, Lessons
of the Heart
and Our Dance with God: Finding Prayer,
Perspectives and Meaning in the Stories of Our Lives
"This book is now on the top of the stack on my nightstand. It’s my new source to help me realize my dreams."
Rabbi Kerry M. Olitzky, co-author of Restful Reflections: Nighttime Inspiration
to Calm the Soul, Based on Jewish Wisdom
"Set[s] the stage for individuals to tackle their own dreams from a Jewish perspective…. Can clear a new pathway to self-knowledge."
Jewish iPhone Community
"Part history, part dream manual, part spiritual guide, The Jewish Dream Book is delightful...Should intrigue anyone interested in dreams as a route to self-knowledge."
Timothy D. Wilson, author of Strangers to Ourselves: Discovering the
Adaptive Unconscious
"With practice, following the exercises in this book can help you open your intuitive channels to the important yet subtle messages from your inner spirit."
Stephen A. Rapp, author of Aleph-Bet Yoga: Embodying the
Hebrew Letters for Physical and Spiritual Well-Being
Elizabeth Ochs is a student at Brown University. Her writing appears in God Within: Our Spiritual Future—As Told by Today’s New Adults (SkyLight Paths).
Kristina Swarner is the award-winning illustrator of Yiddish Wisdom and Yiddish Wisdom for Parents (Chronicle).  She lives in Chicago.


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