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Night's Corridor: How to Use Your…

Night's Corridor: How to Use Your Dreams for Guidance, Hope, and…

by Cindy McGill

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0983693625, Paperback)

You only get one shot at life. What are you going to do with it? Is fear, anxiety, or just plain busyness keeping you from experiencing the life you were made for?

Everyone daydreams about what they want to be when they grow up...a firefighter, a doctor, a teacher, a beauty queen. Night dreams also help us understand who we are. Properly interpreted, dreams bring guidance, hope, and power to achieve what may seem impossible.

Sleep is so much more than just a time to rest your body. If you pay attention, it's also a time to receive messages that can help you when you are awake. Why waste one-third of your lie only sleeping? Use that time to receive information that you need to live a more successful, satisfied life!

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