This empowering book puts dreaming firmly into the medical arena. In ancient times dreams were used to diagnosis, but this has long been lost. Now scientific research is starting to show how precognitive dreams can give early warning of pathology. This book contains personal stories from the author’s project with breast cancer women and those with other illnesses. With a brief guide on how to collect and interpret dreams, this is mainly a forceful collection of accounts which back up the research and show how many people survived serious illness because dreams pointed the way to treatment and medication that saved their lives.
288pp, 228 x 151 mm, Paperback, 2018, RRP £14.99