DREAMS: God's Forgotten Language by John A. SanfordDREAMS: God's Forgotten Language by John A. Sanford

DREAMS: God's Forgotten Language

byJohn A. Sanford

Paperback | March 8, 1989

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First published twenty years ago, this revised edition of John Sanford's classic exploration of the psychological and spiritual significance of dreams draws on the work of C.G. Jung to show how dreams can help us find healing and wholeness and reconnect us to a living spiritual world.

Featuring a new preface by the author and using case histories from his own experience as a counselor, Dreams traces the role of dreams in the Bible, analyzing their nature and examining how Christians, through fear and the constraints of dogma, have come to reject the visions through which God speaks to humanity, making dreams -- in Sanford's words -- "God's forgotten language."

John A. Sanford, a Jungian analyst and Episcopal priest, is the authorof The Kingdom Within, Invisible Partners, Healing and Wholeness,Dreams and Healing, Evil: The Shadow of Reality, What Men Are Like,and The Strange Trial of Mr Hyde. He lives I in San Diego, California.
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Title:DREAMS: God's Forgotten LanguageFormat:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.47 inPublished:March 8, 1989Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:006067055X

ISBN - 13:9780060670559

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First published twenty years ago, this revised edition of John Sanford's classic exploration of the psychological and spiritual significance of dream draws on the work of C. G. Jung to show how dreams can help us find healing and wholeness and reconnect us to a living spiritual world. Featuring a new preface by the author and using case histories from his own experience as a counselor, 'Dreams' traces the role of dreams in the Bible, analyzing their nature and examining how Christians, through fear and the constraints of dogma, have come to reject the visions through which God speaks to humanity, making dreams--in Sanford's words--'God's forgotten language.'