"[Dreams] reveal insights, deepen wisdom, and often catalyze healing…. This book is highly recommended."
―Larry Dossey, MD, author, Reinventing Medicine and Healing Words: The Power of Prayer and the Practice of Medicine
"In this revolutionary book, Frankiel and Greenfeld have rescued dreaming from its exile into the realm of psychology and restored it to its home in the domain of the soul…. A must-read for every dreamer."
―Connie Kaplan, author, The Woman's Book of Dreams: Dreaming as a Spiritual Practice
“For spiritual seekers who are looking for ways to enlarge their spiritual practice … this book offers traditional and creative insights.”
―Rabbi Lori Forman-Jacobi, coauthor, Sacred Intentions: Morning Inspiration to Strengthen the Spirit, Based on Jewish Wisdom
“A wonderful way to enter into the worlds of the night.”
―Nan Fink Gefen, author, Discovering Jewish Meditation: Instruction and Guidance for Leaning an Ancient Spiritual Practice
About the Author
Tamar Frankiel, PhD, is recognized as one of the leading teachers of Jewish mysticism today. She teaches Jewish mysticism and comparative religion at the Academy for Jewish Religion, Los Angeles, and is the author of many books, including The Voice of Sarah: Feminine Spirituality and Traditional Judaism. She is coauthor of Minding the Temple of the Soul: Balancing Body, Mind, and Spirit through Traditional Jewish Prayer, Movement, and Meditation and Entering the Temple of Dreams: Jewish Prayers, Movements, and Meditations for the End of the Day (both Jewish Lights). She lectures frequently on topics of Jewish mysticism. Frankiel lives with her husband and five children in Los Angeles.
Judy Greenfeld is second invested cantor at Temple Emanuel in Beverly Hills, California. She leads the New Emanuel minyan, a weekly progressive prayer service.