I HAD THE CRAZIEST DREAM LAST NIGHT
Twelve creative explorations into the genius of the night mind.
This is by far the most creative book on dreams out there.
When was the last time you read a book
that felt like a dream and nudged you to the deepest part of your being?
A pure delight for the senses and the imagination,
this book will appeal to all those who seek to know more about their dreams.
Open any page and let the adventure begin.
Daniel Deslauriers, Ph.D.
Director East-West Psychology Program
California Institute of Integral Studies
Playful, artful, delightful, insightful… with black and white images that leap off the pages and goad us into wakeful explorations of the hidden landscapes of the dreaming mind. The author’s genius in merging artwork with terse but right-to-the point directions and questions is astounding and enormously productive in the hide-and-seek game of mining for dream meaning. A creative feast for the eyes and rich food for the mind, this book is a treat and a treasure!
Past President and Executive Officer of the International Association for the Study of Dreams
Victoria’s latest work, “I Had the Craziest Dream Last Night” is not only a true artistic pleasure but a serious guide to working with and understanding your dreams. As a reader, you are drawn immediately by the art and design from page to page suddenly realizing that you are in the midst of an important experience in the understanding of your dreams and yourself. As a dreamworker you quickly recognize the no-nonsense, solid but fun multi-disciplinary dream approaches that the book is leading your through. This is not just a book but a piece of educational art, a centerpiece for discussion, something that belongs on the coffee table not just the bookshelf.
Bob Hoss, MS, author of Dream Language,
Officer and Past President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams,
founding Director of the DreamScience foundation,
and host of Dream Time Radio on VoiceAmerica.
In her distinctive book I Had the Craziest Dream Last Night,
Victoria Rabinowe has created a truly unique visual aid
to helping dreamers feel liberated and empowered in exploring their dreaming imagery.
She encourages the viewer to undertake their own creative forays
to capture the mysterious adventures we experience,
and the nocturnal landscapes to which we all journey, each night.
She then provides some very useful guidelines
to help sort out, classify, and process the contents
of the rich cornucopia of material discovered by the dreamer.
Robert L. Van de Castle Ph. D.
Professor Emeritus University of Virginia Health Sciences Center
Author of Our Dreaming Mind , Co- author( with Calvin Hall) of The Content Analysis of Dreams
On every page I’m thinking “try that!”.
What’s so wonderful is the impact —
really brilliant instant communication via the dynamic word-and-image format that’s perfect for dreams!
I know this book is going to reach a lot of people and have a big impact on them.
No excuses accepted — we CAN work with our dreams! Your drawings are so energetic, your language so accessible, your ideas so doable and your point of view so meticulously helpful, it’s a huge achievement.