Welcome to The Nightmare Encyclopedia
Posted 03 January 2006 - 04:16 AM
Posted 03 January 2006 - 09:32 AM
I can tell you that there are more books in the works (and likely there always will be). I have at least two more coming out in 2006.
I could certainly see putting together a giant collection of ghost encounters one day. The great thing about researching the supernatural is that you will never run out of material. Each mystery I explore seems to open the door to several others.
Thanks again for reading!
Posted 03 January 2006 - 09:26 PM
Posted 04 January 2006 - 07:12 PM
Hi MsJacqui. Yes they are available in Australia. They are distributed through Brumby Books down under. http://www.brumbyboo...chWord=Belanger
You can't order directly from their Web site, but if you call your local bookseller, they can order the titles from Brumby if they're not already in stock.
Posted 05 January 2006 - 06:18 AM
Cheers from Downunder
Posted 04 March 2006 - 12:33 PM
cheercoach05, I've studied many paranormal phenomena that seem to happen in and around the sleep state. To understand some of the phenomena, I needed to better understand our sleep state and dreaming. Dreaming is one of those mysteries that we take for granted. Everyone dreams, but so few of us pay attention to our dreams and try to understand what they might mean for us. The more I studied, the more hooked I became. I love picking apart and delving into things that are unexplained, dreams and nightmares seemed like a great topic to cover next.
I didn't realize you had written books as well. I'm real interested in reading this book in particular as well as the Dream encylopedia. I have to buy Dr. Bell's book first and as soon as I get some wedding expenses paid I'll grab a few of yours. I'm glad Chris Richardson suggested I check out the forum.
Take care, Michelle
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Posted 11 October 2006 - 10:52 AM
It's certainly very rare for a person to have never had a nightmare. In general, the older we get, the less we have them. Nightmares plague children most often because kids are processing so much information all of the time it can be overwhelming.
We all deal with issues in our life in different ways. Not having nightmares isn't necessarily a sign that you're not processing your life correctly. Maybe you're getting the message of your dreams easily so your subconscious doesn't need to "scare" you with the message. Just a thought.
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