A Dream-Guided Meditation Model and the Personalized Method for Interpreting Dreams presents a model for meditation that counselors can use with clients regardless of gender, race, national origin, religion, age, or marital status. Using the model, readers can, if they wish, learn to interpret nighttime dreams. Even readers who choose not to learn to interpret their dreams may find that the meditation model assists with dream guidance.
Brief Bio: Evelyn M. Duesbury Preface Ethics Statement Introduction Section A: The Meditation Model 1. The Dream that Brought the Dream-Guided Meditation Model 2. Stage One-Quiet Your Whole Body 3. Stage Two-Slow Your Breath 4. Stage Three-Still Your Thoughts and Listen to Become Aware of Your Still State 5. Potential Result of Using the Dream-Guided Meditation Model: Become Conscious of the Higher Self Potential Within Your Being, a Presence in All Human Beings Section B: When and Where to Meditate 6. When to Meditate 7. Where to Meditate Conclusion Summary of Lessons Presented in this Book Appendix A: One Hundred Year Turn of the Twenty-first Century Coincidence Appendix B: Caveat on Bad or Worrisome Dreams Edward Bruce Bynum