Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Dreams and Premonitions - Amy Newmark, Kelly Sullivan Walden

About the Book:

Sixth sense, gut feeling, instinct. Whatever you call it, sometimes we have no logical reason for knowing something—but still we know it. In this collection, you’ll read 101 stories of intuition, insight, and inspiration that will amaze you and encourage you to tap into your own inner wisdom

We all have the ability to tap into our intuition, but often find it hard to do. Dreams and premonitions are often the way our intuition or our faith in the beyond manifest. You will be awed and amazed by these true stories from everyday people who have experienced the extraordinary. The 101 stories in this book will enlighten and encourage you to listen to your dreams and your own inner voice.

My Thoughts:

There are people who spend a lot of time trying to decipher the meaning of their dreams. I’m not one of them. (But, I've heard from a number of people who have had premonitions through dreams, and I do believe they happen.) To me they’re only dreams; some wonderful, some scary and some just weird – and with the first light they’re mostly gone.

This book is full of stories that offer another view. In these stories people were warned about some upcoming disaster, others were helped through some difficult time of their life, through a dream. A few were visited by a deceased relative who gave them timely advice and encouragement. Most are amazing accounts and some almost unbelievable. Whether you see dreams as important enough to decipher or just dismiss them as soon as your head is off the pillow, you will be intrigued by many of the stories in this book. I wonder though, if we really can 'tap into our intuition'. Seems to me it's more a gift that only some people possess.


In exchange for an honest review, Simon and Schuster and Shelton Interactive provided me with a copy of this book.

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