Very night in my dreams
Every Night I Dream of Hell by Malcolm MackayFrom the award-winning author of The Glasgow Trilogy comes Every Night I Dream of Hell, a dark and thrilling Glaswegian crime drama.
Nate Colgan would be the first to admit that his violent reputation makes him very good at his job--and bad at everything else. After eighteen years spent working on the sidelines of Glasgows criminal underworld, theres no question hell accept the central position that Peter Jamiesons organization offers him, despite his better judgment. The organization isnt as strong as it once was: its most powerful members are either dead or behind bars, including Jamieson himself, and the time is ripe for change.
Chang begins with an execution--a message for Jamiesons supporters--which promptly sets the various factions within the organization against one another. Colgans position as security consultant means his duty is clear: idneitfy the killer and find out whos willing to seize power, even if it means igniting a war. Meanwhile, on the other side of the law, DI Michael Fisher conduscts his own investigation into the murder. Both men cant help but wonder: Why do these events coincide with the return of Zara Cope, the mother of Colgans child, a disreputable woman with an uncanny ability to attract trouble and troublemakers?
A dark and thrilling crime drama, Every Night I Dream of Hell takes us deep into a world of violence, fear and double-crosses.
Every night in my dreams
How to Control Your Dreams
Ever wonder why you keep having the same dream over and over again, what your nightmares actually mean and why some dreams seem downright wacky? For most of us, dreams are a mystery. They make little sense — if we can recall them in the first place. Here, psychotherapist Jeffrey Sumber , who studied global dream mythology at Harvard University and Jungian dream interpretation at the Jung Institute in Zurich, provides insight into some of the most common questions about dreams. A: While it is biologically the case that we all dream at some point in our sleep , there are those who adamantly claim they do not and have never before dreamed. Some folks have resistance to facing the growth content offered by our unconscious through our dreams.
What does My Heart will go on mean?
While some dreams fade after a day or so, I can recall many of them months or years after. I assumed everyone could as well until my senior year of high school, when we did a dream unit in psychology class. The teacher asked us to raise our hand if we could recall our dreams every morning when we woke up. In a class of over 20 students, I was one of only two people to raise their hand. I was shocked. Was this a good or bad thing? These questions about dreaming remained years later, when I was well into my 20s.
As bizarre as some of the images and themes may seem, dreams are our subconscious way of working through things that are troubling us, or that are unsettled, while we sleep. Many books have been written explaining the symbolism found in them. While there is some discrepancy or multiple meanings for some of the dream symbols, most remain consistent. Understanding them can help an individual see the bigger picture and find greater meaning in their dreams. In this respect, here are some dream quotes, dream sayings, and dream proverbs from some of the great — and surprising minds — of our time. Read them to understand more about your dreams and the nature of your reality. But in waking life, too, we continue to dream beneath the threshold of consciousness, especially when under the influence of repressed or other unconscious complexes.
Ever wish you could ice skate across a winter sky, catching crumbs of gingerbread, like flakes of snow, on your tongue? How about conquering a monster in a nightmare, bouncing between mountain peaks, walking through walls, or reading minds? Have you ever longed to hold the hand of someone you loved and lost? If you want to fulfill your fantasies, or even face your fears, you might want to try taking some control of your dreams try being the operative. People practiced in lucid dreaming—the phenomenon of being aware that you are dreaming while you are asleep—claim that the experience allows adventure, self-discovery, and euphoric joy. Others can control their emotional reactions, but not their surroundings.