This little book about what the author calls “Dream Image Work” contains some new approaches to making sense out of our nocturnal journeys. Many of these artistic essays tell us about different types of dreams and demonstrate the process of decoding them using an interactive, anti-intellectual technique.
Deborah DeNicola is a poet and writes lyrically about the disguised projections and metaphorical meanings of images by feeling them somatically in the body. There is much to learn here about the author’s own healing of her father complex, and yet the healing through dream work is universal and can easily be applied to other complexes that both haunt and tease us into personal growth. A perceptive introduction to Jungian thought with respect for DeNicola’s mentor, analyst and author Robert Bosnak. This is a personal book that expands into the collective. Universal spirit, individual soul and the unconscious mind is accessible, alive, and transcendent within these pages.