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Reclaim Your Dreams

One of the bloggers that I follow, Jonathan of Illuminated Mind has recently released an eBook called Reclaim your Dreams which I have had the privilege of receiving a free review copy of.

I have read the eBook and must say I am very impressed. Having been a fan of Jonathans blog for some time, I enjoy his writing style and found his book equally easy to read and digestible.

The ideas in the book are definately worth reading, and focus on following your heart as opposed to the status quo. It aided me in making some upcomming decisions as a student about which courses I plan to take in the future, and I certainly plan to do some of the exercises in the book to make my decisions even easier.

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The valuable information made it an excellent read, especially when combined with the fairly light approach Jonathan takes to a heavy subject, preventing it from being difficult to read. Having had the chance to read it to decide whether I felt it was worth featuring, I will soon be going back over the book again trying to suck out every valuable piece of information in it for my own life! I have been very impressed, and would definately point you over to Jonathans blog, Illuminated Mind, to see what you think of his ideas and if you like the look, take a look at purchasing the eBook.

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22 Responses to “Reclaim Your Dreams”

  1. Definitely worth taking a look at, especially after your glowing endorsement of both the Illuminated Mind blog, which I’m opening in another tab as I’m typing this comment, and the Reclaim Your Dreams eBook.

  2. Very interesting. I love knowing what my dreams mean and I think that these books could come in very handy, even though sometimes know what they mean can be a little intimidating and scary.

  3. man and van says:

    brilliant stuff, i would pay hefty sums for those..

  4. used tires says:

    Just the title alone makes that book stand out to me, it’s a very powerful title name, and it makes it be a book that I would likely want to read for sure!

    Till then,

    Jean

  5. Thanks, I will take a look at his book and let you know what I think of it.

  6. As a recent retiree I am now trying to reclaim my dreams. I am just having trouble remembering them.

  7. This seems like a wonderful read. I think I’ll check it out this weekend!

  8. Twin XL says:

    I love the book title, think I’ll check it out. I’d also like to get a couple of copies for some co workers of mine. ;)

  9. Mr Waterbed says:

    Will check out this book soon…. If you are looking for a perfect sleep then try a waterbed!

  10. I always have the most strangest dreams, well the ones that I can remember, would be interesting to see how and what they mean. This book looks very interesting, and hopefully a good read.

  11. Another timely post. I especially like when he talks about giving yourself permission to dream again. So many of us have a hard time with this issue.

  12. I think a lot of people commenting are confusing the type of dreams this post is discussing. This post is about life dreams/goals…not about subconscious nighttime dreams. If you want to remember your nighttime dreams, just make a point of giving yourself some extra time in bed between when you wake up and when you get up. Reclaiming your life dreams is more about following your heart and organizing your life to make your dreams more attainable.

  13. It’s always great when you find a book like this just at the right time in your life!

  14. I’ll have to check out this book when I get a chance later today. Definitely looks like a worthwhile read.

  15. gas card says:

    I think this book pretty much stands for my favorite quote “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams” I like what he has to offer, about getting away from the monotony of the grind..etc.

    -Randy

  16. Johnathan’s E-book is really informing and must I say intriguing. I recommend it too. Really nice find if you guy ever read it.

  17. From reader responses its seem like that the book have some great to read, i would give a try to it very soon.

  18. Kolorowanki says:

    I could really use something like that because choosing courses next semester will be pretty difficult for me. I don’t know if I should focus on working an taking easier courses or not.

  19. Thanks, I will take a closer look at his book and let you know what I think of it.

  20. Ubieranki says:

    I definitely should read this sounds good for me. Thanks for sharing

  21. This post is about life dreams/goals…not about subconscious nighttime dreams. If you want to remember your nighttime dreams, just make a point of giving yourself some extra time in bed between when you wake up and when you get up

  22. When confronted with a life decision, I always fall back on a term I heard Joseph Campbell say frequently, “follow your bliss.”