Dreamwork as a Spiritual Practice

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dreamtheatresThis is just a note to let you know about an article I wrote for a wonderful online magazine  titled elephant journal (lower case caps on purpose!) that was published yesterday.  If you haven’t been to elephant journal before, you might want to take some time to browse around. They have excellent writers and articles on many topics.
If you follow me on twitter and/or Facebook you probably already know about this, but it occurred to me this morning that I could let my blog followers know via a quick post here.
I hope you’ll check it out and share it with like-minded friends if you like it.
Thank you so much for following my work.  You are all so dear to me and I appreciate you more than I can say.  🙂
Here’s the link:  I hope you enjoy it!  http://www.elephantjournal.com/2013/10/going-against-the-current-dreamwork-as-spiritual-practice-jean-raffa/
If you’re interested in knowing more about Jungian dream work you can find my book Dream Theatres of the Soul at Amazon.

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