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Only a dream? Only a coincidence? Only one’s imagination? Dream expert Robert Moss says no. It’s only through dreams, coincidence, and the workings of the imagination that humans can journey to the world beyond the obvious one, a world where they awaken to who they are and what they are meant to become. The Three “Only” Things offers practical suggestions, tested in Moss’s workshops and consultations, for tapping the life-altering power of the subconscious mind. In clear language, Moss explains the nine powers of dreaming, including solving problems and understanding relationships; the nine rules of coincidence, such as “things happen together” and “setbacks offer opportunity”; and the seven uses of imagination, including “seeing” the future through visualization. Entertaining examples from noted dreamers such as Winston Churchill, Abraham Lincoln, and Mark Twain show how respected figures have used the power of dreams not only in their own lives, but for the greater good.

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