The Enneagram Guide to Waking Up - Beatrice Chestnut, PhD & Uranio Paes, MM
At the end of life dreams can help start important conversations and encourage the resolution of old wounds. They provide a welcome sense of dignity in their sharing and often help those who are dying move confidently toward an unknown future.
Dreams at the Threshold provides simple instructions on how to listen with a caring, respectful curiosity to our own dreams and the dreams of others. Discover how these important messages can provide the gift of peace and the courage to say goodbye. Just one shared dream can bring lasting com- fort to those who are dying and to the community around them.
"Superb in discussing preparation for death."―Library Journal (starred review)
"The great gift of this book is its warm-hearted simplicity."―Robert Moss, author of Conscious Dreaming
"This book is written with love, interest and conviction. Jeanne's aim is to teach us the importance of dreams for those in contact with the dying and the people closest to them. Easy to read and understand. Do not hesitate to seize this opportunity in discovering another tool for accompaniment."―Monique Séguin, co-author of Dreams and Death
"Through artful weaving of dreams . . . Jeanne Van Bronkhorst has created a beautiful guidebook both for professionals who work with end-of-life patients and for laypersons who will face this inevitable transition in their own lives and the lives of loved ones."―Tallulah Lyons, M.Ed., author of Dreams and Guided Imagery
"Jeanne Van Bronkhorst's Dreams at the Threshold is an important contribution to this neglected dimension."―Larry Dossey, MD, author of One Mind