Dreams are a great source of healing. Often they will exaggerate to get your attention.
This book is an attempt to help people realize the importance of dreams in our daily lives.
When I lost my beloved husband of 42 years, grief took on an aspect I did not imagine. I had grieved more for my dogs than for human beings. My husband’s walking on left me staggering in unexpected ways, ways in which I could not have prepared myself. It was as if the world had blown up and me with it. The pieces are still falling out of the sky. And yet, I have learned so much in the two years of sorrow. I have lost, but I have also gained.
Once again a dream gave me strength to go on.
Perhaps you have a question you would like to have answered. The answers can come at any time, in many ways. The answer just peeks out at you from a book, a movie, from a conversation, from Nature or from Life itself. The answers will come. The thing to do is to stay tuned in for three or four days. People often have dreams that help point the way. Some dreamed an answer.
Dreams have helped me make decisions, make moves, act on things I wanted to do but kept putting off. Dreams can be real lifesavers. With this book, I wish you… Happy Dreaming!
And then there are the Dreamers among us who have dreams, visions and hallucinations thrust upon them by the Universe. It is these people for whom I have written this book.
The paperback Buffalo Dreams: on the importance of dreams in our daily lives, is available to buy on Amazon.
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It's wonderful! It is truly amazing! Trace, BHB founder