Dreams are capable of causing immense insights, creative bursts, bringing messages from loved ones, and have tremendous healing potential. With this book you will learn the power of your dreams and how to guide them.
In the world of dreams, inventors have discovered techniques to solve problems, scientists have conjured new medicines to heal the sick, artists have created poetry, plays, and songs. Many people have reported being visited by loved ones in heaven to bring messages of healing or warnings to prevent an upcoming disaster. Stories of precognitive dreams—some filled with wonder and hope while others foretell impending misfortunes—have been recorded for centuries.
In The Awake Dreamer, readers will learn how to utilize the dream state to expand their consciousness, reach out to loved ones in heaven, and use their sleep state to fully realize their soul’s potential. The book is comprised of stories, research, exercises, and techniques designed to show readers a whole new side to what it means to dream, including how to:
- Receive and give ancestral healing through our dreams
- Find the treasures of self-discovery buried in these scary experiences
- Invite healing dreams into your lives and request assistance
- Practice lucid dreaming, astral travel, and past life dream recall
- Remember your dreams better
With these skills you can become a Soul Traveler who has dreams that are very different from the average dreamer.
“Samantha's book answers so many questions about the night life of us human beings. It un-ravels the mysteries that we wake up with, trying to understand our dreams, our soul's travels, past life information and healing. I'm going to recommend this book any chance I get.” —Echo Bodine, author of How to Live Happily Ever After Life
“The Awake Dreamer is packed full of fascinating stories, exercises, and techniques to help you recall and work with your dreams. It’s well-written, authoritative, helpful, and healing. I thought I was well-read on the subject of dreams but learned a great deal from this remarkable book. It is essential reading for anyone interested in exploring their dreams.” —Richard Webster, author of several books including Guardian Angels and Spirit Guides and Angel Guardians
“If you've ever felt your dream life was uncharted and even at times choppy waters, Samantha Fey is the captain you've been waiting for to help you navigate the mysteries and magic found within them.” —Ryan Singer, writer, comedian, host of Me and Paranormal You and creator of the Crystal Eyes App
“This practical guide will help you with your own dream interpretation and to utilize the dream state as an active participant to skillfully journey to find answers, receive guidance and connect with deceased loved ones as you learn to elevate your dreams.” —Bryn Blankinship, author of The Limitless Soul
“In The Awake Dreamer, Samantha Fey takes us into some fascinating nooks and crannies of the dreaming mind, while exploring the dreamscape's relationship to out-of-body states, healing, and astral travel.” —Lex 'Lonehood' Nover, author of Nightmareland: Travels at the Borders of Sleep, Dreams, and Wakefulness
“Dreamland is the realm of many of our most magical experiences, ranging from psychic epiphanies to communicating with ancestors, loved ones, and angels. Many of my own most profound ancestral experiences, for instance, have occurred in dreams. I’m so grateful to Samantha Fey for The Awake Dreamer, which eloquently provides insightful tips and information for enhancing and facilitating the dreaming process, enabling myself and so many others to journey further into ancestor work, as well as our other magical endeavors.” —Judika Illes, author of Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells, Pure Magic, and other books
“The Awake Dreamer covers what messages dreams are trying to send, and shares how to cultivate more meaningful dream time. Encompassing prophetic dreams, dreams of past lives, communion with spirits, and lucid dreaming, the book notes ample potential for learning and growth during ‘resting’ time. It includes exercises geared toward using one’s dreams to solve problems, communicating with departed loved ones, and remembering more of one’s dreams.” —Foreword Reviews