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You Can Understand Your Dreams - Change Your Thinking Change Your Life - cover

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You Can Understand Your Dreams - Change Your Thinking Change Your Life

David Fontana

Publisher: Watkins Publishing

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A practical guide to using our dreams to bring greater fulfilment into our waking lives. Drawing upon traditional Jungian analysis and techniques developed for his dream workshops, the late Professor David Fontana presents a series of nearly 30 exercises designed to improve the quality of dreams by making them more vivid and revealing, opening a path of step-by-step self-discovery and self-enrichment.

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