Tap into the magic of your dreams and discover better, more balanced sleep with this revelatory new book from Melinda Powell, Director of the Dream Research Institute.
We spend a third of our lives sleeping and, as new research would suggest, almost all of that is spent dreaming. Despite this, very few of us try to explore the messages that our brain is projecting, or try to use this knowledge in our everyday lives.
In The Magic of Dreams, psychoanalyst and Director of the Dream Research Institute, Melinda Powell, teaches us how to better remember, understand and interpret the dreams we have, and shows us how we can use this to improve our waking life.
As well as analysing the importance of dreaming for our sleeping brains, Powell discusses the role of light, landscapes, space and people within our dreams, examines the role of nightmares, dispels some common misconceptions and gives readers the tools to unpick these symbols, improve their mental wellbeing and discover better, more balanced sleep.
Melinda Powell is Director and Co-founder of the Dream Research Institute (DRI), which promotes research into the relationship between dreams and physical, psychological and spiritual wellbeing. She is also a Director of the Management Committee of the Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy Education (CCPE) and was previously Vice President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD). She has researched extensively into the area of lucid dreaming, developing and teaching courses on the theory and writing pieces on that and dream practice for a variety of publications. Born in Southern California, she has lived in Poland and Switzerland, and now resides in the UK near Oxford.
Self-help & practical
Sleep & dreams