Acknowledgments Introduction: Point of View 1. The Divine 2. Some Basic Considerations 3. Dreaming about the Divine 4. Dreams of Help, Comfort, and New Life 5. Dreams of Energy 6. Bad Dreams about the Divine 7. Tiffany's Transformation 8. Grace's Grace-Filled Journey 9. Transference and Spiritual Connection 10. Coming Home 11. Dreams: The Divine Connection Notes Bibliography Index
A practicing Jungian therapist, Bonnelle Lewis Strickling is also Chair of Philosophy at Langara College and Clinical Associate of Psychology at Simon Fraser University.
"Bonnelle Lewis Strickling has written a compelling book that illustrates powerfully the point that, as Jacques Derrida said, it is when we are 'hoping, sighing, dreaming' that we give form to what is really going on in our hearts, that we give shape to our deepest desire beyond desire. A beautiful and moving work." - John D. Caputo, author of Philosophy and Theology "The texture of this work is intellectually stimulating, emotionally engaging, and spiritually brave. It also reflects the author's own deep psychospiritual journey." - Jeremy Taylor, author of The Living Labyrinth: Exploring Universal Themes in Myths, Dreams, and the Symbolism of Waking Life "Strickling creates a totally original, yet deeply satisfying approach to the psychospiritual dynamics of dreaming and provides excellent practical methods for helping people develop a fruitful, open-ended dialogue with the dreaming imagination." - Kelly Bulkeley, author of Visions of the Night: Dreams, Religion, and Psychology