“An amaryllis adorns her desk. The beautiful, open flower is pink. Shocking pink. Vibrant pink… I want the pink flowers for myself.
‘Pink, the feminine color. Pink, t the restitution of the neglected, damaged portion. Pink, he flowering of the female self, the soft side, the intuitive side,
‘The dream was a remedy encapsulated in an image rather than in a pill.” — Dreams and the Wisdom Within
Part memoir, part scientific manual, part spiritual guide, Dreams and the Wisdom Within weaves a compelling narrative of the healing, transformative power of dreams. Drawing on decades as a journalist and her personal experience with dreams, Joyce Lynn offers a three-step healing blueprint and envisions a future of health care with dreams at the core.
Dreams and the Wisdom Within empowers women, those most often disenfranchised by traditional medicine, custom, and mores.
From primitive times through the healing temples of early Greece and the holy books of the Near East to the Age of Enlightenment when reason trumped spirituality, dreams held prominence in thriving civilizations. Historic events in the evolution of consciousness suppressed the viability of dreams, limiting their influence for generations.
Joyce revives dreams as a mandatory modality in our daily lives. The stories she tells extract dreams from the confines of religion, psychotherapy, and New Age customs, making dreams, studded amulets of ancient cultures, fashionable once again.