Dreamworkers: Journeying through Dreams with author Meredith Smith

A Non-Fiction worthy of Ten out of Five Stars.

Dreamworkers: Behind the Veil of Nightshift Dreams was a book that really resonated with me. Meredith Smith explains how dreamers travel on the astral plane, providing help and healing to those who have departed, and finding answers to our own inner questions. To some, this is the stuff of fantasy. To those who have experienced visions they cannot quite describe, and seen things that cannot be logically explained, this book is another way of saying, “Ah! I’m not alone after all.”

I often awaken after having long, drawn-out visions wherein I visit deceased loved ones. I wake up exhausted, as if I had spent the entire night traveling. At the same time, I am comforted, because I know my loved ones aren’t far away—they are with me always. Behind the Veil of Nightshift Dreams is perfect for anyone who has had these unique experiences. And if you are looking for some sign that your loved ones are still with you, here it is. They are there, and you can visit them.

The author draws from her own personal experiences, as well as from the experiences of others, to paint a truly beautiful and relatable picture of what really happens to us when we journey to those far away realms in our sleep.

Have you dreamt of your deceased father? Visited your grandmother while you slept? Or have you dreamt of highly detailed places, with people you have never seen before in your waking life, all of whom you can describe perfectly upon waking?

You’re probably “working the nightshift.”

Dreamworkers: Behind the Veil of Night Shift Dreams takes the reader on a journey through the dream realms far beyond the visible. As the reader journeys through these dreams, they awaken to the world of the dreamer working the Night Shift. Dreamworkers is a collection of dreams from people all over the world. We traverse astral realms as we provide guidance and healing to the departed.

Dreamworkers is meant to assist others in exploring the realm of their dreams, to bring the invisible into the visible, and to shed light on those of us who are always in service within our dream state. Through this collection of dreams and research, the author works toward a lofty goal: to reach out to those of us whose existence lies on the thin boundary between waking and dreaming.

Meredith Smith is a natural medium and a very down-to- earth woman; an amazing and credible combination. Her work with Night Shift dreams answers questions we’ve all had about a type of dream experience almost never talked about. Don’t miss this breakthrough book!

–Gillian Holloway, Ph.D. author of The Complete Dream Book. (Lifetreks.com)

Meredith Smith is an intuitive dreamer who explores beautiful realms within the invisible. I have observed her evolve into a dedicated knowledgeable guide for many dreamers. It does not surprise me that she wrote this book; she was meant to open the doors and lift the curtain for dreamers to see clearly through their dreamtime.

–John Rehak L.P.C., CDCC III (clearmind.net)

About the Author

Thanks to over 35 years of personal experience and exploration in the dreaming realm, Meredith Smith naturally receives messages from the dream realms to help guide others through their own personal healing process. She has studied and trained in dream Interpretation, archetypes & symbolism, past life regression & hypnosis, Shamanic energy work, and Usui Reiki via workshops, classes, and trainings.

Meredith Smith is an intuitive reader of dreams, images, spirits, and energy— with her specialized training entwined with her own natural gifts — she believes that dreams are pieces to one’s own personal soul’s journey (past, present, & future), Meredith Smith guides each dreamer through the process of putting together the symbolic pieces of their amazing magical travels through the astral realms. She is a dream translator, a dream intuitive, a dream traveler, a spirit rescuer, an empath, and a energy healer; Meredith speaks in dreams.

Visit Meredith’s Website | Buy in Print or on Kindle | Oaklight Publishing


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