CHARLESTON, S.C., July 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- When Americans finally get the chance to go on vacation they do so with high expectations: they often seek good times, relaxation, the chance to sleep in, opportunities to bond with family members, and relief from daily stress. But what if vacation time could do even more by benefiting you after you return home?
Justina Lasley is a renowned dream expert who says vacations are the perfect time to slow down and listen to our own internal wisdom. "One week won't change your life unless you gain new insight and wisdom," she observes, and the way to do that is to pay full attention to the dreams you have each night you are on holiday. Otherwise, she points out, you will find yourself right back where you were before you took time away from responsibilities and challenges at work and home.
Lasley is the author of the new book, Wake Up to Your Dreams: Transform Your Relationships, Career & Health While You Sleep (Launch date: Aug. 5, 2015).
With wisdom and experience, she can talk about the following:
- How to stop sleeping through your creative genius.
- What your nightly dreams are trying to tell you about your waking life.
- How to have fun and increase family bonds and understanding by discussing dreams at breakfast.
- Tips for using your dreams to improve your career, health and/or relationships.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Justina Lasley is founder and director of the Institute for Dream Studies, an internationally recognized program that promotes the understanding and value of dreams. She holds a master's degree in Transpersonal Psychology with an emphasis in Dream Studies and is the author of several books on dreams. Her 25 years of study and professional experience as an educator, speaker, and therapist make her a well-known expert in the field of dreams. She has presented workshops and lectures throughout the US and internationally. Lasley is a regular guest on ABC WCIV-TV's Lowcountry Live! and has been featured by USA Today, the Maggie Linton Show on Sirius XM, WEEU 830-AM, Charleston Magazine, Natural Health, and many others.
AVAILABILITY: South Carolina, nationwide by arrangement and via telephone
CONTACT: Justina Lasley, (843) 884-5139; Email
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