Mendota Heights, MN (Vocus) March 12, 2010
Author Joseph L. Stefani believes that a person’s experiences—activities, relationships, activities, learning, challenges, contentions, and problems—each contribute to his mental, physical, psychological, and spiritual development. In his book, The Dream Channel, he explains various aspects of the twenty-four Tools of Living that people all have in common, yet are constantly treating subjectively in agreement with their differing and sometimes unstable needs, desires, emotions, and values.
The Tools of Living, as they apply to and from one’s dreams, enable a person to translate the contents of the drama from an array of seemingly confusing sights, sounds, and motions, to a meaningful, satisfying, and beneficial message of approval, advice, support, encouragement, direction, spiritual practical guidance, faith, and assurance. Over one hundred sixty tools are used in dreams; dramas meant for one individual only – private and personal dramas. Specifically, each dream molds and relates to matters of life in harmony with temperament, intelligence, frames of mind, dispositions, affections, traits, lifestyle, foibles, habits, peculiarities, and particular tendencies— as well as of other individuals with whom we come in contact, or by whom we are affected.
Finally, there is an end to the search for the method of interpreting dreams. The Dream Channel not only teaches how to understand the dream language, but how to use it to mold the future into success.
About the Author
Born in Windsor, Ontario, Joseph L. Stefani graduated with an Education/English Degree from Wayne State in Detroit. Within months, he was conscripted to serve two years in the U.S. Army during the Korean conflict. Subsequently, he moved to the Twin Cities area and, with help from Above, found a fitting and rewarding thirty-one year tenure with Univac (Unisys). He is now retired.
The Dream Channel * by Joseph L. Stefani
Tools of Living
Publication Date: May 26, 2009
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 311 pages; ISBN 978-1-4257-6476-0
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 311 pages; ISBN 978-1-4257-6572-9
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