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Cloudskipper Dreaming - The Great Dream By Storm Khandro Moon
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The Great Dream is a fusion of Aboriginal Australian dreamtime storytelling and Tibetan Bon dream yoga practices. In the first part 'The Dream of Creation', Cloudskipper dreams of a five colored... More > rainbow (similar to the rainbow serpent of the Aboriginal Dreamtime), each color represents an element from the Bon tradition. In part two 'How the Stars Were Made' he introduces his friends from the dreaming to the new earth and provides them with guides in the form of beings of light. Next in 'How the Clouds Were Made' he uses sea foam to create a cloud, which provides much needed rain. In the fourth story, 'How the Moon Was Made' his friend Brolly Bird (a Crane) loses her necklace. Cloudskipper visits his cloud friend and is given a piece of cloud which he forms into the moon. The moonlight helps them to find the necklace. Finally 'The First Rainbow' takes the story full circle. Brolly Bird dances for the clouds to thank them for the Moon, the cloud's joy and laughter creates a rainbow.< Less
The Great Dream By Storm Khandro Moon
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The Great Dream is a fusion of Aboriginal Australian dreamtime storytelling and Tibetan Bon dream yoga practices. In the first part 'The Dream of Creation', Cloudskipper dreams of a five colored... More > rainbow (similar to the rainbow serpent of the Aboriginal Dreamtime), each color represents an element from the Bon tradition. In part two 'How the Stars Were Made' he introduces his friends from the dreaming to the new earth and provides them with guides in the form of beings of light. Next in 'How the Clouds Were Made' he uses sea foam to create a cloud, which provides much needed rain. In the fourth story, 'How the Moon Was Made' his friend Brolly Bird (a Crane) loses her necklace. Cloudskipper visits his cloud friend and is given a piece of cloud which he forms into the moon. The moonlight helps them to find the necklace. Finally 'The First Rainbow' takes the story full circle. Brolly Bird dances for the clouds to thank them for the Moon, the cloud's joy and laughter creates a rainbow.< Less
Dreaming Under The Tuscan Moon By Carin Holmqvist
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DREAMING UNDER THE TUSCAN MOON is a book about a dream group in Florence, Italy. It is a step-by-step guide that helps us remember our dreams, understand the messages they bring, and learn to act on... More > those messages. We explore ways in which dreams can be used as tools for inner growth, and how they can ultimately help us to become more aware, even at night while we sleep. The book tells the stories of four of the women in the group, of their daily lives, and of their dream worlds during periods of great personal transition. They share with us the ways in which their dreams helped them to make decisions and gave them strength and comfort during moments of confusion and change. We learn how their dreams brought them to a deeper understanding of themselves, and how the dreams actually "knew it all", long before they themselves consciously did. The dream-work in this book is based on knowledge from the modern Western world's dream research, as well as the ancient teachings of the Dream Yoga from the Far East.< Less
Dreaming Under The Tuscan Moon By Carin Holmqvist
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DREAMING UNDER THE TUSCAN MOON is a book about a dream group in Florence, Italy. It is a step-by-step guide that helps us remember our dreams, understand the messages they bring, and learn to act on... More > those messages. We explore ways in which dreams can be used as tools for inner growth, and how they can ultimately help us to become more aware, even at night while we sleep. The book tells the stories of four of the women in the group, of their daily lives, and of their dream worlds during periods of great personal transition. They share with us the ways in which their dreams helped them to make decisions and gave them strength and comfort during moments of confusion and change. We learn how their dreams brought them to a deeper understanding of themselves, and how the dreams actually "knew it all", long before they themselves consciously did. The dream-work in this book is based on knowledge from the modern Western world's dream research, as well as the ancient teachings of the Dream Yoga from the Far East.< Less