Dream Horses Coloring Book Marjorie Sarnat Let Dream Horses take your creativity to a new levelas. Dover Publications, Inc. Mineola, New York.
Author: Marjorie Sarnat
Publisher: Dover Publications
Category: Games & Activities
From the bestselling artist of Creative Cats come these 31 majestic, full-page illustrations. Marjorie Sarnat portrays horses as symbols of beauty, romance, and freedom in images of breathtaking breeds with flowing manes, draped with garlands, running through fields of wildflowers and along the shore, and in other idyllic settings. Pages are perforated and printed on one side only for easy removal and display. Specially designed for experienced colorists, Dream Horses and other Creative Haven® adult coloring books offer an escape to a world of inspiration and artistic fulfillment. Each title is also an effective and fun-filled way to relax and reduce stress.
Funny and charming, Dream Horse by Janet Vokes is the extraordinary story of a woman who defied the snobbery of the racing world to breed a champion, and a remarkable horse who brought a community together.
Author: Janet Vokes
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The moving true story of an ordinary Welsh woman who dreamed of breeding a race horse, and Dream Alliance, who defied the odds to become a champion and brought a community together. Janet Vokes was running the bar in her local working men’s club in the small Welsh mining community of Cefn Fforest when she fixed upon the idea of breeding a racehorse. Why shouldn’t a working-class horse take on the wealthy high-flyers and compete in the ‘sport of kings’? Her mind set, she bought a mare for £350, paired her up with a pedigree stallion and helped to create a syndicate of twenty-three residents from her village – each paying £10 a week – to raise the resulting foal, Dream Alliance. He may have grown up on an allotment but Dream had immediate star quality, beating all the odds to compete at Ascot, Aintree and even the Cheltenham Festival. But when a terrible injury brings his racing days to a standstill, the syndicate is forced to make a vital decision not just about his career, but his life. Heart-warming, inspiring and incredibly moving, Dream Horse by Janet Vokes is the extraordinary story of a woman who defied the elitism of the racing world to breed a champion, and a remarkable horse who brought a community together.
Dream. Horses. When I was thirteen I found two horses. The shining one calls itself, Keeper of Lights. The wild one calls itself, Never Tame Me.
Author: C.E. Greer
Publisher: University of Iowa Press
Containing more than a hundred poems by seventy-four poets of twenty-two nationalities, Say This of Horses represents the abundance of poems about horses that have been written throughout the ages and around the world. Whether probing the ages-old connection between horses and humans, the immediate physical presence of horses, or the metaphysical elements of these magnificent animals, this collection celebrates the horse as what Maxine Kumin calls “our enduring myth, the repository for our love and terror.” Divided into six sections, Say This of Horses considers horses in a multitude of times and places. “Antiquity” explores the forging of the earliest mythical ties between horses and humans. “Here, Now” places horses in the present, where their physical presence is most acutely felt. “Esssence” explores the metaphysical qualities of horses. “Harnessed” contains a selection of poems about horses in war, at work, and in sport and recreation. “Mirrors” shows them as imaginative symbols. Finally, “Lenses” moves into the realm of abstraction and fantasy. The selections within this far-reaching collection are joyous, moving, erudite, and at times profoundly sad. Poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, W. S. Merwin, Tess Gallagher, Yusef Komunyakaa, Pablo Neruda, Anne Sexton, Wallace Stevens, May Sarton, Jane Kenyon, and James Dickey, among many others, are sure to delight and surprise readers familiar with or just exploring the rich literature on horses. Contributors include: Guillaume Apollinaire, Gwendolyn Brooks, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, C.E. Greer, Donald Hall, Joy Harjo, Imru’ al-Qays, Ted Kooser, Philip Larkin, Ann McCarthy de Zavala, Rainer Maria Rilke, Patiann Rogers, William Carlos Williams
She'll give molasses to some of her horses and not to others. She'll keep track of everything in a notebook ... I dream up horses so real I can smell horse.
Author: Dandi Daley Mackall
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Horse-crazy fourth-grader Ellie James constantly dreams about having a horse of her own, and God finally seems to have answered her prayers, but not with the gleaming black stallion she has been longing for.
Author: Rachel G. Norment, M.A.Publish On: 2013-09-20
What are our own ideas about and reactions to the animal in real life as well as in the dream? Horses Horses in our dreams may be domesticated—almost pets ...
Author: Rachel G. Norment, M.A.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Through Rachel Norment’s Dream Explorations: A Journey in Self-Knowledge and Self-Realization, you can • learn contemporary methods of dreamwork inspired by Carl Jung and developed by Montague Ullman, Jeremy Taylor, and many others; and • discover the deep inner wisdom you have within yourself that can guide you towards spiritual growth and physical and psychological health and wholeness—toward becoming the person you are meant to become. “Rachel Norment’s Dream Explorations … is a gift to us all! The combination of her careful attention to her own dreams over decades and her keen eye for the dreams and insights of other dreamers has produced a work of great depth, wisdom, and inspiration. It is a joy to read.” —Jeremy Taylor, D.Min., cofounder and past president of the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) and author of The Wisdom of Your Dreams “In this valuable and highly readable book, longtime dreamworker Rachel Norment offers us her collection of dream treasures with instructive reflections on common symbols and dream themes. This book clearly illustrates the rewards of a lifetime of dreamwork to guide and heal our lives.” —Chelsea Wakefield, Ph.D., LCSW, psychotherapist and author of Negotiating the Inner Peace Treaty: Becoming the Person You Were Born to Be “Serious dream workers and seekers after self-knowledge will be delighted by this book. Rachel’s practical insights … into her personal symbols and themes are sure to bring light and guidance to anyone’s inner explorations. I highly recommend it.” —Jean Benedict Raffa, Ph.D., author of The Bridge to Wholeness, Dream Theatres of the Soul, and Healing the Sacred Divide
While her dream horses need no bridles or saddles, only simple ropes to guide them, they are snuggly confined in this image, tracing a mandala as they move ...
Author: Constance Bovier
Publisher: Balboa Press
Dream Animal Wisdom comprises the experiences of 22 dreamers and their encounters with personal dream creatures ranging from the domestic and familiar to the wild and mysterious. An inviting entryway to the realm of instinct and embodied energy, this richly detailed book serves as a primer for the novice and encouragement for the experienced dreamworker. Part I focuses on the specific animals most commonly met in dreams, while Part II highlights the ways in which an intriguing variety of creatures appear in order to manifest significant themes. Throughout the book, readers will accompany courageously honest dreamers as they alternately resist, evade, welcome and embrace their animal visitors, ultimately integrating the practical and profound messages their special creatures have come to convey.
Dream Horses Dreams-Come-True It was the nightgown — the long dark blue flannel one with small black and white horses running on it.
Author: John Mogan
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Max, a compassionate boy, solves problems through reason and daring. Sacha, understanding the language of animals, takes their part against skeptical adults. Their stories are told in a magical reality.
The wild horse racing through our dreams may be the wind horse of spirit, or vital essence, that needs both to run free and to be harnessed to a life path ...
Author: Robert Moss
Publisher: New World Library
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
LEARN TO MANIFEST YOUR HEART’S DESIRES Growing Big Dreams is a passionate yet practical call to step through the gates of dreams and imagination to weather tough times, embark on travel adventures without leaving home, and grow a vision of a life so rich and strong it wants to take root in the world. Vitally relevant today more than ever, dreams are a tool available to all. Robert Moss is a cartographer of inner space, equally at home in Jung’s psychology and shamanic journeying. The compelling stories, playful activities, and wild games he provides are designed to lead you to manifest a life of creative joy and abundance. You’ll learn to connect with your inner imagineer and become scriptwriter, director, and star of your own life movies, choosing your preferred genre and stepping into a bigger and braver story. Great artists, mystics, and shamans know that there are places of the imagination that are entirely real. Moss shows you how to get there.
Author: Michael R. EdelsteinPublish On: 2013-08-14
An unconscious thought of whores caused horses to appearin a dream. (This hackneyed psychoanalytic idea was copied in the notorious dream in The Sopranos, ...
Author: Michael R. Edelstein
Publisher: Open Court
More people are in psychotherapy than ever before. Yet most of them have no idea of the vast differences between the hundreds of various schools of therapy. Therapy Breakthrough is the first book to clearly explain the theories and practices of the two big camps: Psychodynamic or PD therapy and Cognitive-Behavioral or CB therapy. PD therapists believe that emotional problems are caused by hidden forces in our unconscious minds, forces that cannot be observed directly and that resist being uncovered. CB therapists, by contrast, maintain that the roots of people’s emotional and behavioral disturbances can be identified by direct questions, and these problems can then be tackled by straightforward techniques. Therapy Breakthrough is written from the standpoint of CB therapy. Using psychological research, philosophy, and common sense, it argues that PD therapy is founded on mistaken theories of the mind, and explains how to apply CB methods directly to your own problems.
We are on horse-back, but my horse is too small and weak. My legs are almost touching the ground. This dream captures in a simple little metaphor the ...
Author: Stephen Larsen
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Mythology is the universal tongue of human imagination. As a tool for self-discovery, mythology is also a way of gaining access to the secrets of the psyche. The Mythic Imagination is a quest for the ancient source of vision and meaning in the world of dream, myth, and archetype. In the footsteps of Joseph Campbell, Stephen Larsen guides the reader on a journey through the mythic landscape of the psyche. His insight is that all of us, at one time or another, are engaged in creating personal mythologies that reflect the larger myths of the culture and our own deepest desires and aspirations. This book is a guide for bringing the deeper mythic structures of experience into awareness, for learning to recognize the archetypal content embedded in our dreams and daydreams, feelings, beliefs, relationships, conscious creations, and behavior. Student and authorized biographer of Joseph Campbell, Larsen teaches us how to bring myth into our lives. Reissue of the Bantam bestseller.
Subsequently, Manette's desire for a horse of her own began to haunt her dreams. One morning she came to me with a special request.
Author: Callie Smith Grant
Where do we turn when work is draining, a friend lets us down, or we can't take any more news stories or political controversies? We turn to animals. We watch and share heartwarming videos of animals and the people who love them. For over a decade, Callie Smith Grant has been helping people celebrate our animal friends with her delightful collections of stories, and she's back with more true stories for horse lovers. With contributions from both well-known and up-and-coming writers, this heartwarming collection is the perfect way for animal lovers to decompress and remember God's good gift to us in the majestic, calming, inspiring, and even silly horses he created. Horse owners, horse lovers, and horse dreamers will adore these uplifting true stories.
Author: Patricia A. JohnstonPublish On: 2016-08-17
Work-animals that are unrestrained, such as bulls, cows in herds, horses grazing, ... The ideal dream-horse may be freely grazing in the fields, ...
Author: Patricia A. Johnston
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
This volume brings together a variety of approaches to the different ways in which the role of animals was understood in ancient Greco-Roman myth and religion, across a period of several centuries, from Preclassical Greece to Late Antique Rome. Animals in Greco-Roman antiquity were thought to be intermediaries between men and gods, and they played a pivotal role in sacrificial rituals and divination, the foundations of pagan religion. The studies in the first part of the volume examine the role of the animals in sacrifice and divination. The second part explores the similarities between animals, on the one hand, and men and gods, on the other. Indeed, in antiquity, the behaviour of several animals was perceived to mirror human behaviour, while the selection of the various animals as sacrificial victims to specific deities often was determined on account of some peculiar habit that echoed a special attribute of the particular deity. The last part of this volume is devoted to the study of animal metamorphosis, and to this end a number of myths that associate various animals with transformation are examined from a variety of perspectives.