The Newcomer’s Guide to the Invisible Realm

In celebration of the first Waking the Dreamer Within Festival, Laura wrote this book to bring dream reading to a wider audience. Part memoir, part guide, Laura offers easily accessible  information on dreams in general, as well as specific dream symbols.

The Newcomer’s Guide to the Invisible Realm by Laura K. Deal

Explore the realm of dreams and imagination, where your dream symbols speak to you in metaphor and the world provides signs and symbols to guide you.

In the Invisible Realm, you’ll develop your compassion and intuition, and once you recognize the signposts, find your way to greater conscious awareness and a more awakened life.

“The Newcomer’s Guide to the Invisible Realm” includes discussions of dreams and their meanings, synchronicity, oracles, poetry, and imagination. An extensive appendix explores specific dreams and dream symbols.

For those who are curious, this book provides an accessible introduction to the Invisible Realm.

About the Author: Laura K. Deal

Laura K. Deal is a certified Dream Work Facilitator through the Marin Institute for Projective Dreamwork and will help you understand the deeper meanings of your dreams.

Here’s what people are saying about it:

“Laura K. Deal has given us an exquisitely clear, true, sensitive, and completely useful book about how, (& why!), to explore this world of emotional, creative, psychically charged reality that always lies just beyond the edge of what we ‘see’ consciously.  The Newcomer’s Guide to the Invisible Realm is not to be missed!” Reverend Jeremy Taylor, D. Min., Co-founder and Past President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, and Founder-Director of the Marin Institute for Projective Dream Work

“Laura K. Deal is a warrior of the ‘unseen world,’ a consummate champion for truth and purpose. This spiritual handbook is a phenomenal resource to humankind.” –Billie Ortiz, Workshop Facilitator, Dream Training Mentor, and Professional Dreamworker

“I love the intelligent yet simple way you describe these ethereal concepts in a loving and non-judgmental way. No dogma, just personal experience with the divine.”  –Brenda Ferrimani, Dream Artist