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I like to say that this book took me 61 years to write. I was a skinny, asthmatic, nerdy ADD kid who made it through grade and prep school, studied zoology and anthropology in college, worked in small-time show business for a couple of years, was a technical writer for a small computer firm, wrote a novel and had it rejected by fourteen publishers, got a Masters Degree, became a full-time spiritual seeker for six years in two or three different groups and travelling extensively in India and South America, got a PhD, taught successful noncredit meditation courses, got married and never had children, worked about seven years as a drug counselor in various settings while teaching yoga, meditation, and doing dreamwork, and for about ten years taught courses in religion and spirituality as an adjunct professor of Religious Studies. In chronological order my spiritual pedigree involves Episcopalianism, Transcendental Meditation, the Vedanta Society, Sufism, Zen Buddhism, and agnostically oriented self-inquiry (TAT Foundation)—but most of all, running through all of it, Bhakti Yoga (devotional Hinduism), along with some Catholicism. I don’t know if my book can help anybody, but it sure helped me to write it. It is the result of years of observation of different spiritual settings, of absorbing and pondering many teachings firsthand, and of closely examining my own and many others’ innumerable experiences.  If I had seen anything like this book before, I never would have bothered. To all the helpers and teachers I’ve learned from, my gratitude! Concerning the dreamwork, in graduate school I did study Jung and psychology of religion; I have read dream dictionaries and most of the important writers in the field; had many varied dream experiences, managed to do some dream circle work in substance abuse clinics, and currently do dreamwork in my hometown. But I could not possibly do this if I hadn’t spent decades analyzing my own dreams, often with help, and overcame many obstacles as a result; and if I had not worked over the years with many therapists and spiritual teachers who themselves value dreams as a means of self-exploration and guidance. With all that, I seem to have a talent for helping others understand what their dreams are saying.
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David Low, M.S. PHD
I like to say that this book took me 61 years to write. I was a skinny, asthmatic, nerdy ADD kid who made it through grade and prep school, studied zoology and anthropology in college, worked in small-time show business for a couple of years, was a technical writer for a small computer firm, wrote a novel and had it rejected by fourteen publishers, got a Masters Degree, became a full-time spiritual seeker for six years in two or three different groups and travelling extensively in India and South America, got a PhD, taught successful noncredit meditation courses, got married and never had children, worked about seven years as a drug counselor in various settings while teaching yoga, meditation, and doing dreamwork, and for about ten years taught courses in religion and spirituality as an adjunct professor of Religious Studies. In chronological order my spiritual pedigree involves Episcopalianism, Transcendental Meditation, the Vedanta Society, Sufism, Zen Buddhism, and agnostically oriented self-inquiry (TAT Foundation)—but most of all, running through all of it, Bhakti Yoga (devotional Hinduism), along with some Catholicism. I don’t know if my book can help anybody, but it sure helped me to write it. It is the result of years of observation of different spiritual settings, of absorbing and pondering many teachings firsthand, and of closely examining my own and many others’ innumerable experiences.  If I had seen anything like this book before, I never would have bothered. To all the helpers and teachers I’ve learned from, my gratitude! Concerning the dreamwork, in graduate school I did study Jung and psychology of religion; I have read dream dictionaries and most of the important writers in the field; had many varied dream experiences, managed to do some dream circle work in substance abuse clinics, and currently do dreamwork in my hometown. But I could not possibly do this if I hadn’t spent decades analyzing my own dreams, often with help, and overcame many obstacles as a result; and if I had not worked over the years with many therapists and spiritual teachers who themselves value dreams as a means of self-exploration and guidance. With all that, I seem to have a talent for helping others understand what their dreams are saying.
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