A dream can become part of our daily health practice
This book goes beyond lucid dreaming, and can become your lifelong guide.
Most of us tend to dismiss the importance of our dreams. Even if we sense a deeper meaning, we often really can’t say what a dream symbolises or see how it connects to the important parts of our everyday life. The Tibetan Art of Dream Analysis by Dr Nida Chenagtsang reveals how, for over a thousand years, Tibetan dream masters have been able to see the deeper link between the dream world and the waking one. Through them we can better understand why our night dreams can offer clear signs of health warnings or inner conflicts. They can even foretell of events yet to happen, such as death, a birth, or other harbingers of wealth and happiness. This new edition also provides a useful list to classify dream symbols and their hidden meanings. It also offers a helpful series of easy to read case studies. Those interested in going beyond just understanding what a dream might mean will find very detailed, step-by-step approaches as practised by yoga masters long ago, which are still effective today. For the truly committed this book holds out the ultimate goal of spiritual enlightenment for someone prepared to undertake the rigorous journey of an adept dream yoga practitioner. A rich and rewarding path for those disciplined enough to do it.
Authors: Dr Nida Chenagtsang, Tam Nguyen, and edited by Evelyn Quek
This paperback is a 2013 edition. 147 pages. Contains sacred text which may require transmission.
For a companion book to read why not consider The Tibetan Art of Good Karma by Dr Nida Chenagtsang, recently republished in English? It’s also available at tanadugshop.com. We also have right now a special two book offer for 2014 – go to the Two Book Offer link below.