Join Dreamshield Today With Theresa Chaze – Listen Online Anywhere in the World

Dreamshield (Alysa Braceau) is a freelance journalist who writes for newspapers and magazines. She has a Healing Practice and gives workshops about the Art of Dreaming and Dream Healing.

The Sorcerer’s Dream is her first book about this extraordinary way of learning. About this first publication she says, “The theme of these past four-and-a-half years have been the sorcerer’s tradition. I have carefully recorded my personal experiences which finally led to this book. Apart from that, writing it has given me great pleasure. The Sorcerer’s Dream has become more than a personal account because the interested reader is presented with the technique to learn and practice the North American tradition of the Art of Dreaming (the skill of conscious dreaming) him/herself.”
The riveting autobiographical account The Sorcerer’s Dream written by Dreamshield takes readers into the world of mastering conscious dreaming. This book, that follows in the traditions of Carlos Castaneda and others, gives a new approach to the traditional training of women sorcerers. To read the first chapter go to http://www.dreamshield.nl

Tune at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze on July 11 at 5:00 pm eastern to learn more about Native American healing from Dreamshield. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to receive a reading or ask questions. The phone number is (347) 324-3745. The interactive chat room is available on the show’s page.

Described as a woman who has the courage to play with dragons, Theresa Chaze has gone where fools and angels fear to tread and has flourished.  To read the treatment of her military series, Operation Home Base and excerpts of her screenplays go to her site at www.theresachaze.com
Courage isn’t the lack of fear, but the ability to set it aside and  focus on what is truly important

Understanding the Art of Dreaming with Alysa Braceau, author of The Sorcerer’s Dream

Carolyn Howard Johnson shares information about The Sorcerer’s Dream by Alysa Braceau (Dreamshield) on her blog – http://thenewbookreview.blogspot.com/2010/06/practitioner-describes-art-of-dreaming.html

We invite you to join s on the virtual tour for The Sorcerer’s Dream by Alysa Braceau (Dreamshield). The full schedule can be seen at https://bookpromotionservices.com/2010/05/03/sorcerers-dream.  You can learn much more about Dreamshield and her work on her website – www.dreamshield.nl. The book can be ordered on Amazon – http://www.amazon.com/Sorcerers-Dream-Dreamshield-Alysa-Braceau/dp/1609101561. SPECIAL OFFER – Every time you post a comment on any tour post – you will be entered into a drawing for a $35 Amazon gift card — so, share your thoughts with us.

Moonlight Lace Mayhem Blogs About The Sorcerer’s Dream by Alysa Braceau, Dreamshield

Margay Roberge shares her thoughts about The Sorcerer’s Dream by Alysa Braceau (Dreamshield) on her blog — http://moonlightlacemayhem.blogspot.com/2010/06/twilight-thursday_24.html

We invite you to join s on the virtual tour for The Sorcerer’s Dream by Alysa Braceau (Dreamshield). The full schedule can be seen at https://bookpromotionservices.com/2010/05/03/sorcerers-dream.  You can learn much more about Dreamshield and her work on her website – www.dreamshield.nl. The book can be ordered on Amazon – http://www.amazon.com/Sorcerers-Dream-Dreamshield-Alysa-Braceau/dp/1609101561. SPECIAL OFFER – Every time you post a comment on any tour post – you will be entered into a drawing for a $35 Amazon gift card — so, share your thoughts with us.

Deborah DeNicola is a Guest at Ask Wendy

Author, freelance writer, and blogger Wendy Burt presents “10 Questions for Deborah DeNicola, The Future That Brought Her Here.” — http://askwendy.wordpress.com/2009/11/01/10-questions-for-deborah-denicola-the-future-that-brought-her-here

Don’t miss this glimpse at a gifted and fascinating author. Here is a snippet of the interview.

The book contains medieval history, science, and occult mysteries as well as a personal story of healing from my father’s death when I was an adolescent. It’s also about creative process and dreaming and dream image work. At the end I come to some conclusions about where human evolution is going and ways to be in the world, living the ideals of A Course in Miracles. It actually took me 8 years to write and I started it as a novel because I was an “academic” and didn’t want to step out of the metaphysical closet. The story and writing the story helped me come to terms with some of these experiences.

For more information about this blog tour, please see: http://virtualblogtour.blogspot.com/2009/10/future-that-brought-her-here-by-deborah.html

For more information, or to buy this book and receive up to 20 bonus gifts, please visit: http://www.thefuturethatbroughtherhere.com

Joyce Anthony Kicks off Deborah DeNicola’s Blog Tour

Joyce Anthony introduces The Future That Brought Her Here, the new spiritual memoir by poet, author and professor Deborah DeNicola. — http://joyce-anthony.blogspot.com/2009/11/future-that-brought-her-here.html She writes:

A poet, dream analyst, and college professor DeNicola writes about her struggle to live in the ordinary world of academia while honoring the competing call of the creative and the spiritual.

For more information about this blog tour, please see: http://virtualblogtour.blogspot.com/2009/10/future-that-brought-her-here-by-deborah.html

For more information, or to buy this book and receive up to 20 bonus gifts, please visit: http://www.thefuturethatbroughtherhere.com

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