Sweet Dreams Cards: Night-time affirmations before bed by Rose Inserra
Connect with your dreams, develop your intuition, and become fully present in your waking life with these inspiring Sweet Dreams mini cards.
Dreams offer insights into your innermost self and connect you to the realm of spirit, magic, and intuition. Each beautifully illustrated card in this deck contains messages and affirmations to guide you through each day and connect you to your deepest, inner wisdom.
Simply choose a card and read the message before you go to sleep, or when you wake to bring insight to a particular question. Or simply let the card be your guiding light toward peace, light, and love. Your dreams will guide you during your waking life to connect with your deepest emotions–to inspire, heal, and manifest all that you desire.
(Anna Jedrziewski Retailing Insights)
About the Author
Rose Inserra is a published children’s author of over 60 books. Her books are published by leading international publishers as well as trade publishers, marketed in Australia and internationally. She has been listed in the Notable Children’s Books and short-listed for the Environment Award for Children’s Literature in Australia.
Rose has also written her best selling book, Dictionary of Dreams, which has sold over 500,000 copies. Writing the book on dreams and their meanings has given her awareness of the importance of self-discovery through dreaming. She has helped a number of clients interpret their dreams in her capacity of a dream group facilitator and is a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams.
Other outlets for Rose’s expertise have been though radio, seminars, guest columns in print media.
Creativity has always been a huge feature of Rose’s role as author, editor, and coach. Her studies in creativity coaching with a renowned American creativity coach, Eric Maisel, Ph. D has enabled her to teach her clients the latest techniques in accessing creativity. The program has been particularly successful with writers who are blocked or simply overwhelmed with their projects.