Thoughts about The Sorcerer’s Dream by Immortalitly and beyond

Immortly Cafe (http://immortylcafe.blogspot.com) shares thoughts about my book The Sorcerer’s Dream. The story of my initiation into the sorcerer’s world and mastering lucid dreaming. It takes you throughout the magic realms of the unknown and gives a new approach to the traditional training of women sorcerers.

Immortly Cafe: This book isn’t exactly what I thought it was going to be, but it was a great tale. I think I was expecting more of a direct approach to conscious dreaming. What it is though, is a memoir if you will, of Alysa’s own experience as she learns the Native American techniques to lucid dreaming. It follows Alysa’s teachings with the help of her guide and mentor, Running Deer.

Her experiences as she learns Shamanism is incredible. From her first dream to reaching the second reality, it was amazing to realize the actual meanings behind her dreams. The course of recognizing and facing your fears, some of which you don’t even realize you have. Alysa did a great job explaining her journey and it’s a great guide to follow to recognizing the meaning behind your own dreams.

The journey doesn’t stop at lucid dreaming, but also includes spiritual healing as well. If you are interested in conscious dreaming and the road traveled to reach totality, then you will thoroughly enjoy this book.

I give The Sorcerer’s Dream **** (4) Stars. Well done Alysa.

Thank you very much Immortly Cafe!
Alysa Dreamshield

Win a copy of the Sorcerer’s Dream
During my book tour from September 7 to October 29 you go to my website and type in ‘book giveaway’ in the question area and you will be entered in the drawing on October 30.
Good luck everyone!

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:
http://www.booklocker.com/books/4654.html

The book can be ordered on Amazon – http://www.amazon.com/Sorcerers-Dream-Dreamshield-Alysa-Braceau/dp/1609101561 and everywhere they sell books

Website: http://www.dreamshield.nl
Blog: http://dreamshield.wordpress.c

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