Read Dreaming the Divine: Techniques for Sacred Sleep by Scott Cunningham Free Online
Book Title: Dreaming the Divine: Techniques for Sacred Sleep|
The author of the book: Scott Cunningham
ISBN 13: 9781567181920
Format files: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
The size of the: 7.88 MB
Edition: Llewellyn Publications
Date of issue: October 8th 1999
Reader ratings: 3.8
Loaded: 185 times
Read full description of the books Dreaming the Divine: Techniques for Sacred Sleep:
"Dreaming the Divine "by Scott Cunningham (previously published as S"acred Sleep: Dreams & the Divine) "is one of the most unique books ever published on dreams. Most authorities agree that dreams are very important for those on a spiritual path. This book shows you how to push beyond the boundaries of ordinary dreaming, and introduces you to the concept of making sleep a spiritual act.
This process is known as "dream incubation" or "sacred sleep." The technique was practiced in dream temples around the ancient world, including those in Egypt, Babylon, Greece, and Rome. Dream incubation is the process of creating sacred dreams for a specific purpose: healing, advice, glimpses of the future, protection, conception of children, battle plans, and a host of other reasons. Now you can learn this technique in "Dreaming the Divine.
"Tucked inside this book, you'll find practical and simple techniques for receiving sacred messages in your dreams, including:
- How to prepare for sacred sleep
- Dream rituals and spells to achieve your sacred sleep goals
- The meanings of dream symbols seen during sacred sleep
- Dream messengers and deities from numerous cultures
- Natural sleep-inducing techniques including prayer, special baths, special foods to eat and others to avoid, herb teas, scented pillows, aromatherapy, and several others
- How to remember and record your sacred sleep dreams.
Seeking communion with the divine through dreams is one of the oldest forms of personal spirituality. Sacred sleep is one way to remove spirituality from the hands of the "experts" and place it where it belongs: in the hearts, minds, and dreams of everyday people. Get "Dreaming the Divine "and make your dreamtime special.
Read information about the authorScott Douglas Cunningham was the author of dozens of popular books on Wicca and various other alternative religious subjects. Today the name Cunningham is synonymous with natural magic and the magical community. He is recognized today as one of the most influential and revolutionary authors in the field of natural magic.
Scott Cunningham was born at the William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, USA, the second son of Chester Grant Cunningham and Rose Marie Wilhoit Cunningham.
The Cunningham family moved to San Diego, California in the fall of 1959. The family moved there because of Rose Marie's health problems. The doctors in Royal Oak declared the mild climate in San Diego ideal for her. Outside of many trips to Hawaii, Cunningham lived in San Diego until his death.
Cunningham had one older brother, Greg, and a younger sister, Christine.
When he was in high school he became associated with a girl whom he knew to deal in the occult and covens. This classmate introduced him to Wicca and trained him in Wiccan spirituality. He studied creative writing at San Diego State University, where he enrolled in 1978. After two years in the program, however, he had more published works than several of his professors, and dropped out of the university to write full time. During this period he had as a roommate magical author Donald Michael Kraig and often socialized with witchcraft author Raymond Buckland, who was also living in San Diego at the time. In 1980 Cunningham began initiate training under Raven Grimassi and remained as a first-degree initiate until 1982 when he left the tradition in favor of a self-styled form of Wicca.
In 1983, Scott Cunningham was diagnosed with lymphoma, which he successfully battled. In 1990, while on a speaking tour in Massachusetts, he suddenly fell ill and was diagnosed with AIDS-related cryptococcal meningitis. He suffered from several infections and died in March 1993. He was 36.
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Add a comment to Dreaming the Divine: Techniques for Sacred Sleep
Read EBOOK Dreaming the Divine: Techniques for Sacred Sleep by Scott Cunningham Online free
|Download Dreaming the Divine: Techniques for Sacred Sleep PDF:||dreaming-the-divine-techniques-for-sacred-sleep.pdf|