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Thursday, June 24, 2010

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The Sorceror's Dream

I have always been interested in all things meta-physical, whether it's the probability that ghosts exist or how our dreams effect our waking lives, so when I was presented with the opportunity to read and review this book, I jumped at the chance. I've always considered myself a rather spiritual person, but in a broader sense than what you learn about in Sunday school; I think this has a lot to do with my fascination for my Native American roots, which I am still exploring to this day. So the fact that Dreamshield connects with Running Deer, a North Americ
an Indian "Man of Knowledge," was a major factor in my interes
t in this book.

I have to say that this is the type of book that cannot be rushed. You really owe it to yourself to take your time to lose yourself in it, to become part of the experience. In so saying, I must admit that I am still losing myself in it, but I am truly enjoying the experience. Perhaps I will resurface at a later date with a more in-depth view of the book, but for now I leave you with this: If you are interested in the power of dreams or the realms of magic, if you're curious about what the title of this book really means or just want to read one woman's fascinating story, you might want to give The Sorcerer's Dream a try.

We invite you to join us on the virtual tour for The Sorcerer’s Dream by Alysa Braceau (Dreamshield). The full schedule can be seen at You can learn much more about Drea

mshield and her work on her website – The book can be ordered on Amazon – SPECIAL OFFER - Every time you post a comment on any tour post - you will be entered into a drawing for a $35 Amazon gift card -- so, share your thoughts with us.

About The Sorcerer’s Dream: An Initiation into the Sorcerer’s World

This is the autobiographical story of a young woman bumping into the enigmatic sorcerer Running Deer and her initiation into the sorcerer’s world and mastering conscious dreaming. It takes the reader throughout the magic realms of the unknown and gives a new approach to the traditional training of women sorcerers.

The riveting autobiographical account The Sorcerer’s Dream written by Dreamshield takes the reader throughout the magic realms of the unknown and mastering conscious dreaming. This book, following the traditions of Carlos Castaneda and others, gives a new approach to the traditional train

ing of women sorcerers.

The author describes her initiation into the surrealistic world of dreaming and magic, following the teachings of ‘Man of Knowledge’ Running Deer. In the heart of Amsterdam, a thrilling stride unfolds in obtaining the knowledge of the Second Reality on the way to the ultimate goal: finding the Totality of the Self!

The combination of unusual instructions and experiences within the sorcerer’s world and the level-headedness of a very Dutch woman offers the reader excitement and contemplation on the way to the source of this reality, finding the ultimate self through the experiences and understanding of Dreamshield herself. Up until the last page the reader remains intrigued whether Dreamshield will reach her goal.

Right by the author’s side or facing her stands the character of Running Deer. Sometimes mysterious, then challenging, strict as a guru, or vulnerable as a visitor in a foreign country. However, the precise description of these distinctive steps on the road to her initiation stand like milestones in the landscape of this unique history.

About Alysa Baceau, Dreamshield

Dreamshield (Alysa Braceau) studied social work and is a freelance journalist who writes for newspapers and magazines. She has a Healing Practice and gives workshops about the Art of Mastering Conscious Dreaming and Dream Healing.

2 Moonbeams (comments):

Alysa Braceau said...

Hi Margay,

Thank you for your interest in my book and for the nice posting!

Best dreaming wishes:)

Margay Leah Justice said...

Alysa, it was my pleasure!