Dreams & Visions: The Lost Language Of God

What is it?

The 2010 audiobook Dreams & Visions: The Lost Language Of God on compact disc (CD) by Dr. Mark Chironna.

What is it about?

Here is the description of this audiobook from the back cover itself:

God is still speaking to us in our dreams and visions, but it is important to understand the correct way to interpret them.

Your dreams and visions unfold a story line that needs to be viewed in the same way and with the same wonder as you would view a production on stage, or on the silver screen, or a mystery novel, or a work of art.

Dream interpretation involves both art and skill and requires an appreciation, respect, and honoring of the dreams in the same way that you approach artistic and inspirational expressions.

In this series, Dr. Chironna takes you through the in-depth process of understanding and interpreting the language of God in your dreams and the visions you may see in your prayer time.

Final Thoughts

Maybe last year my coworker Mrs. BJ gave me this audiobook, which was a donated item or discarded item, because she had heard that I was interested in dreams; which was nice of her.

At first I thought that it was a DVD until I finally opened it, to my surprise it was an audiobook on CDs, there were 4 CDs but it was surprisingly short.

I was surprised by this audiobook, it is something that Christians and even none Christians can listen to, and so it is not afraid to use science as well and it warns of some of the common mistakes made when Christians and even non-Christians try to interpret dreams.

Unfortunately this audiobook was too short and was not able to really go into detail enough for me to learn how to apply the things that were mentioned, and so it would probably be better if this were a written book that was longer and / or a video that was longer.

It was still better than I had expected, and so thank you Mrs. BJ.

The end,

-John Jr

By John Jr

Hello, I am John Jr, welcome.

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