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Dreaming the Divine: Techniques for Sacred Sleep

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This text explains a ritual system designed to secure dreams from personal deities, based on the techniques of antiquity as well as personal experience. It also offers an in-depth guide to recalling and recording dreams, interpreting them and determining whether they are of divine origin.
Paperback, 360 pages
Published October 8th 1999 by Llewellyn Publications (first published October 1st 1999)
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Ragnell
Sep 11, 2010 Ragnell added it
Recommends it for: pagans, wiccans
Recommended to Ragnell by: amazon
For me, Cunningham was the doorway into Wicca, so I'm likely to read justa bout any book he puts out. This one's rather basic, best for it's historical information on how ancient pagans performed incubation. He gives pretty good advice on building a dreambook, and a basic ritual recipe, so it's good for Wicca 101 level too, but mostly it reads as a sales pitch for adding incubation to your religious practice. This is pretty much all he can do, though, because the insights gleamed from dreams are ...more
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The history of how many cultures viewed Sacred Sleep as a means to communicate with the Gods is fascinating. Then he writes about how we can make Sacred Sleep part of our spiritual life.
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Scott Douglas Cunningham was the author of dozens of popular books on Wicca and various other alternative religious subjects. Today the name Cunningham is synonymous with natural magic and the magical community. He is recognized today as one of the most influential and revolutionary authors in the field of natural magic.

Scott Cunningham was born at the William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michi
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