A New Title from Michelle Belanger, Psychic Dreamwalking: Explorations at the Edge of Self

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Psychic Dreamwalking (Weiser Books, October 2006) takes readers on an adventure into the subconscious world of dreams, territory that no amount of psychology or research has fully charted. This absorbing account beginning with the author’s own first experience of dreamwalking in a school bus as a child, both explains the phenomenon and teaches the techniques of dreamwalking.

Psychic Dreamwalking (Weiser Books, October 2006) takes readers on an adventure into the subconscious world of dreams, territory that no amount of psychology or research has fully charted. This absorbing account beginning with the author’s own first experience of dreamwalking in a school bus as a child, both explains the phenomenon and teaches the techniques of dreamwalking.

Readers will learn to set up a dream space and a dream gate, to harness their dreaming mind to visit distant family members, pass vital messages to friends, and even learn to start secret trysts with a lover! Nobody knows exactly what happens when we dream, but practicing dreamwalking can and will open a whole new world in which the connections between ourselves, our spirit selves, and others, the meaning of dreams, and the relationship of dreaming to other energy work and magick becomes clear.

“Every night, our physical bodies shut down, and we are free to roam the pathways of mind and spirit. Most dreamers never reach beyond their own internal realms, content to watch the play of images that results as our minds process information from the previous day. But we are all connected, even on the level of dreams. Carl Jung observed this and called it the ‘collective unconscious.’ His contemporary, Sigmund Freud, observed that the mind is more receptive to psychic phenomenon in dreams. This is not to say that each and every dream leads us outside of ourselves to the dreamspace, but the gate is there, should we choose to walk through it,” writes Michelle Belanger.

Psychic Dreamwalking is candid, readable, and informative. Belanger’s erudition and easy style take the reader into a fascinating world where travel takes on a whole new meaning and “meaning” becomes evident in a way that it simply can’t in our waking lives.

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Michelle Belanger is a prolific individual involved in a number of areas of creative expression. Her non-fiction works include The Psychic Vampire Codex (Weiser Books, 2004), Sacred Hunger (Dark Moon, 2005), and Psychic Dreamwalking (Weiser Books, 2006). She is co-author of The Vampyre Almanac (Sanguinarium Press, 2000), and V: the Book of the Strigoi Vii (Aangel Publishing, 2003). Her fiction includes The Enchanted Wood (Shadowfox, 1996), These Haunted Dreams (Dark Moon, 2006) and the forth-coming Incubus Chronicles. A talented vocalist, she can also be heard on URN's Desecrated Ashes and Dancing with the Demigods, Nox Arcana's Winter's Knight, and the forthcoming solo album, Blood of Angels. You can find her online at http://www.michellebelanger.com.

Psychic Dreamwalking by Michelle Belanger; Published by Weiser Books; Publication date: October, 2006; Price: $14.95; ISBN 1-57863-386-9; Paperback; Category: New Age/Dreamwork; Available at bookstores everywhere or through the publisher at (800) 423-7087, or http://www.weiserbooks.com.

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