When dreams are more
Review posted by Joyce Anthony at 6:01 AM
Alysa Braceau is searching when The Sorcerer’s Dream opens. What exactly she hopes to find isn’t clear, but when she meets Running Deer, she knows he holds the answers. The Sorcerer’s Dream is Ms. Braceau’s spiritual journey from seeking to what she terms finding the Totality of the Self.
Reading first-person accounts is often difficult because they have a tendency to isolate the reader, rather than give them a point of reference to empathize with the author. This is not the case with The Sorcerer’s Dream. Dreamshield writes with such emotion you can literally feel her reaching out and pulling you in to share her journey. Her words come through with a lyrical quality that borders on being poetic.
As you follow Dreamshield on her spiritual quest, you start seeing glimpses of your own path. This isn’t to say the reader’s path is the same one; rather the reading places the reader in a spiritually open position that is perfect for discovering roads that may have been previously hidden. If the reader is also a Dreamer, this connection becomes much stronger. This book is not only Dreamshield’s journey, but can also be the catalyst that the reader is seeking.
Alysa Braceau does not hold back on what she shares. Her thoughts and feelings throughout the journey are put forth without hesitation. You feel the author is a woman comfortable within her own skin, and this comfort creates a trust that frees the reader to fully experience what is written. This is a book for anyone who feels the calling to be more, experience more and to live fully.
The Sorcerer’s Dream rates seven colors on The Rainbow Scale.
A short pitch on where to buy The Sorcerer’s Dream
The Sorcerer’s dream, an initiation into the sorcerer’s world and mastering conscious dreaming. Buy it at:
The book can also be ordered on Amazon – http://www.amazon.com/Sorcerers-Dream-Dreamshield-Alysa-Braceau/dp/1609101561 and everywhere they sell books