Friday 30 October 2015

Reviews of the book "Always Dreaming"

Recent book reviews for Always Dreaming:

"Always Dreaming is a unique addition to the fascinating process of dream interpretation...Rivinus considers dreams mystical and spiritual, but also practical, because all dreams contain valid messages...(He) weaves selected case studies across chapters so the reader gets to know how the interpretation techniques he teaches work with different types of dreams and different kinds of dreamers. He also speaks to the folly of ignoring compelling dreams..."
--Julia Ingram, best-selling author of The Messengers--

"...the importance of David's work is that he shows us a way to move dreaming from an unconscious process to a conscious one. When the messages behind the personal events in our lives sink home, we can consciously take the reins of the seemingly wild subconscious forces within us. If we act on this new understanding, it changes us. We are then no longer the character in some drama. We become the author of the play."
--Doug Marman, author of It Is What It Is--The Personal Discourses of Rumi--

You can read Doug's whole review at:

"...really thorough with helpful examples (and some amazing stories), and step by step guidance for working with our everyday life conflicts and disturbing incidents as if they were waking dreams, and finding equally valuable insights in them, inviting us to needed change in our lives...I highly recommend this book."
--Zoe Newman, author of  Lucid Waking


  1. Good review and very good book.


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