Announcing publication of Sweet Georgia Pam’s 1st book-
33 Ways to Work with Your Dreams
There are many dream dictionaries out there in the world and there are many fabulous books on the market about the psychology of dreaming. This book is neither of those things.
It is a compact, quick-reference resource to use alongside your favorite dream dictionary or complete dream guide book!
After more than a decade of experience studying the dreaming mind and working with people’s dreams, I’ve decided that THIS is the resource that the dreaming world needs!
It is not a thick, heavy, lengthy read about the history of dream work or about the psychology of the dreaming mind.
Nor is it my personal account of dream work or how dreams have proven to be a powerful source of my own inner voice.
It is not a dream journal or a dream dictionary, either.
It is a collection straight out of my personal toolkit of 33 different ways to approach and work with a dream. These are techniques that I have used successfully with individual dreamers and with dream groups.
Throughout my path to becoming a spiritual director specializing in helping people learn to use their nighttime dreams to fuel deep, reflective innerwork, I encountered this question a lot- what’s your favorite dream resource?
Every time someone asked me, I was stumped. I could not hold up one book and say, “This. This one is the book you should read if you want to know what your dreams mean.” It’s not that I hadn’t been looking.
Dream dictionaries and psychology books line my bookshelves. Over the years I have curated quite the dream-y library.
BUT, I found that the dream dictionaries are best served all at once like a buffet of options to research a single dream with;
and complete dream guides usually prove to be too thick to slog through more than once.
So, I came up with my own book to answer that question.
In this book I share 33 various lenses through which to inspect a dream and its symbolism. By applying the ideas in this book to your dreams, and with practice, you’ll learn how to soften your gaze when inspecting a dream and how to look for those waking life associations that your dream is hinting at.
And what’s more, it can be used alongside the other dream resources because I cut out the heavy reading and went straight for the most useful suggestions. I widdled the content down to the ideas you need without the distraction of the rest of the story.
It is mighty and it is portable!
Carry this book around with you, night and day, and you’ll have at your fingertips what took me more than 10 years to collect!
33 Ways to Work with Your Dreams is the book you need to take your dream work to the next level.
Are you a frequent dreamer? Keep this book on your nightstand and use it as soon as you wake up with a fresh dream.
Do people share their dreams with you all the time? This book is perfect for on-the-go dream talk. It is slender and lightweight enough to fit, un-noticed, in your purse; and it is packed with enough content to provide months of dream direction and reflective innerwork for you and your friends.
Are you in a dream group? Bring this resource to your next gathering for added layers of depth!
Have a dream friend who doesn’t need another dream dictionary? 33 Ways to Work with your Dreams is brand new on the market and only available through a few venues right now! Giving this book as a gift would be the perfect addition to any avid dreamer’s collection.