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Writing in The House of Dreams: Unlock The Power of Your Unconscious Mind Paperback – 11 Sep 2017
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A cracking read... astounding! The dream journey is insightful and dramatic and leads beautifully into the writing exercises. ~ Lesley Howarth, award-winning author
Jenny carefully weaves the threads of her own life in Shetland and in Cornwall with her knowledge of psychology, anthropology, myths and therapy, and builds a fascinating book for dreamers and for writers. ~ Penny Dolan, Awfully Big Reviews
It is so smart and so refreshingly original. You don’t know where the journey is going to take you or what is coming next. I love that! ~ Sian Morgan, author and psychologist
It's very exciting that the extraordinarily beautiful, creative and individual ideas Jenny has shared for years in dream workshops and conversations with friends have finally got a chance to be shared with the world at large. ~ Liz Kessler, New Your Times bestselling author
This is an astonishing book. I don’t think I’ve read another like it. It’s a book of writing exercises and advice on how to write – but, equally, exercises and advice on how to live another life, in your dreams. ~ Susan Price, award-winning author
How lovely - the idea of enjoying dreams for what they are, without the need for instant interpretation - just a gradual opening to deeper understanding, and how our inner life can enrich both writing, and day to day existence… I was surprised at how quickly my dream recall came back to me after a long gap from recording my dreams. ~ Josephine Gabriel, writer and blogger
An unusual blend of autobiography, psychology and insights into the creative process centring around the gifts offered by our dreams. I found it fascinating and informative from beginning to end. ~ Victoria Field, writer and poetry therapist
About the Author
Since her first book was published in 1994, Jenny Alexander has written about 150 books for children and adults, articles in magazines including Mslexia, The Author and Junior Education, several interactive CDRoms and a writing app. Jenny teaches workshops on the art and craft of writing fiction, non-fiction and memoir, for everyone from complete beginners to published authors. She has worked for national organisations such as The Arvon Foundation, The Society of Authors, The Scattered Authors’ Society and The Writing Retreat, as well as a wide variety of local groups, from home-educated children to people in the workplace. Some of her workshops include creative dreaming and imagework.
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If you thought dreams can only be interpreted or forgotten then this is just the book to prove how fascinating and important they can be to your life. 'Writing in the House of Dreams is packed with fascinating and imaginative techniques and is a must-read for anyone who wants to discover the creative potential of their dreams.
A thoroughly enjoyable read, it's given me better insight of how I can connect my sleeping thoughts with my conscious thinking, and given me creative ideas for everyday life. Dreaming has never been so much fun!
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