Be the Dreamer
Not the Dream
A Guide to 24-Hour Consciousness
Available at amazon, B&N, and iTunes
for Kindle, Nook, and iPad
Illustrated with original paintings by
well-known Norwegian artist Peter Esdaile
Be the Dreamer Not the Dream is the revised e-Book version of Dreams for Dummies.
a savvy, sophisticated, and comprehensive guide to expanding your
dreaming skills. In it you'll learn to apply the information
from your dreams to your waking reality for greater inspiration,
creativity, spiritual growth, healing—and for just plain FUN!
Learn to expand your 24-hour consciousness, work with a dream diary,
effectively seed new dreams, and increase your dream recall ability.
When you can understand the affect your subconscious and superconscious
mind have on your dreams, you'll be much clearer in interpreting
your dreams—and finding gifts in even the scariest and most
Penney Peirce gives you a thorough
and penetrating understanding of your "other worlds" — what she calls the "dream zones" — and shows you how to
use the wisdom of these higher dimensions of yourself
to live a fuller, more successful life. You'll discover the interrelationship
between night dreams and waking "dreams," omens,
Be the Dreamer Not the Dream will show you many interesting techniques for using dreams to
enhance creativity, improve your relationships, find your life purpose
and stay on purpose, make clear decisions, heal yourself emotionally
and physically, and growth spiritually. In addition, you'll learn
to work with kids and their dreams, and to start a dream support
Dreams for Dummies
$19.99, 356pp, 7-1/2"x9-1/4"
Foreword by Carol Adrienne
Technical Reviewer: Jeremy Taylor
(Wiley Pubishing, 2000)
Available in French.
OUT OF PRINT
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Dreams for Dummies
$4.95, 128pp, 2-3/4"x3-1/4," hardback
(Running Press, 2001)
$12.99, 320pp, 5"x7"
Technical Reviewer: Dr. Marcia Emery
(Wiley Publishing, 2008)
in Dutch and Bulgarian.
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Part 1: OPEN YOUR DREAM
Chap 1: Facts about Dreams
Chap 2: Building the Dream Habit
Chap 3: Keeping a Dream Diary
Part 2: EXPLORE YOUR DREAMSCAPE
Chap 4: Dreaming Full Time
Chap 5: Your Two Dream Views
Chap 6: Navigating Your Dreamscape
Part 3: SEE WHAT DREAMS MAY
Chap 7: Dreams of Life on Earth
Chap 8:Dreams of the Life Beyond
Chap 9: Dreaming While Awake
Part 4: DECODE YOUR DREAMS
Chap 10: Uncovering Dream Meanings
Chap 11: Finding the Secrets in Symbols
Chap 12: Deeping Your Dream Work
Part 5: MAKE YOUR DREAMS
Chap 13: Dreams and Your Life Work
Chap 14: Dreams and Relationships
Chap 15: Dreams and Healing
Chap 16: Dreams and Creativity
Chap 17: Dreams and Spiritual Growth
Chapter 18: Kids' Dreams & Dream Groups
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Kids and their Dreams
a Dream Group!
A Dream Study Group is a great way to
spend some colorful, entertaining, and meaningful time with friends.
By sharing dreams and finding various angles on interpretation,
group members gain deeper self-understanding and facilitate their
intuition development process. By using both Dreams for
Dummies and Dream Dictionary for Dummies,
the group can follow along with the chapters and do the exercises,
then use the dictionary for interpretation of the resulting dreams.
Participants keep track of their dreams and
personal process in a journal, and even do art projects like vision
boards. Results often open new levels of self-expression. The group
provides a safe, supportive environment in which to open inner knowing
and take risks in sharing personal insights. As groups continue,
it's common to even begin to have group dreams!
Tips for Creating a Successful Dream Group
Penney wrote this dream dictionary
to modernize many dream meanings to align with current trends
in higher awareness. At the same time, the symbol meanings contain
great common sense.
This book is unique
as dream dictionaries go: each definition is written
so you can interpret the dream symbol at the physical, emotional,
and mental-spiritual level. By examining the fullness of each
symbol you can reach a deeper understanding of what your inner
self is saying to you. Reading about each symbol becomes a wonderful
intuitive process in itself!
This fun and fascinating guide
shows you not only how to interpret your dreams, but how to remember
them, and even how to make a dream work for you.
The book contains seven chapters,
in addition to an A-to-Z list of dream symbols and their meanings.
You'll learn to:
• Recognize your dream
• Remember dreams more
• Create and use a dream
• Interpret your waking
• Focus your dreams to
problems and make decisions
The book's handy 5x7 format makes it perfect for your
bedside or to take along when you travel!
Here are a couple sample definitions:
• Physical: You're looking at a problem with your energy
flow or circulation. You are focusing on a blockage in your body,
or an obstacle in a project or your personal growth process. You
aren't ready to deal with something yet and must "go around"
or seek a different course of action.
• Emotional: You are afraid to confront something or
someone directly and are seeking a way to avoid a conflict. You're
making excuses to distract yourself from feeling uncomfortable
You must revise your plans. You've reached an impasse where a
way of thinking isn't getting results anymore, and you must improvise
and use your imagination to reinvent yourself. Your soul is moving
you in a new, surprise direction.
• Physical: You are grinding your teeth or there
is a potential tooth problem. You are examining the subtle balances
in your body and life that maintain health. You are focusing on
confidence, competence, assertiveness, aggression, and your ability
to cut through or bite through tough or confusing situations.
You are looking at your ability to engage and accomplish things:
"I can sink my teeth into it," or I've "bitten
off more than I can chew." Loose teeth or losing your teeth
indicates you're losing power, courage, your grasp on a situation,
or the ability to succeed. A gleaming white movie-star smile indicates
you are putting on a show, or someone is too seductive.
• Emotional: You're self-conscious about your appearance
and self-worth. Losing teeth means you fear looking foolish, being
embarrassed, unattractive, getting older or impotent, or you refuse
to face reality and are retreating to infancy. You've lost self-respect.
Biting or being bitten means you feel angry and defensive.
• Mental-Spiritual: You are looking at how you
articulate and express yourself. Rotten, yellow, or decaying teeth
link to lies, insincerity, lack of character, and untrustworthiness.
Swallowing a tooth means you may have to "eat your words."
Start a Dream Group