Ruth-Inge Heinze’s timely book, explores the role of the visionary realm in her own life as well as in the life of others. It is a timely contribution that provides guidance as to how to connect with our visionary faculty.
Throughout this book, Ruth-Inge laments the lack of visions in the contemporary era and spends considerable time defining and describing visions and the role they play in individual and social transformations. She observes how incarnating her visions and dreams kept her alive, giving her the strength to continue her work. Her childhood feeling of “interconnectedness” gave her a standard gauge against which to measure later experiences as to whether or not they were genuine.
Stanley Krippner comments on the book:
Ruth-Inge was a transformative force in the lives of many people, and it was remarkable to read of her own transformations over time.
Discussion of visionary experiences during breath work, contemplation, dreams, music, dance, swimming, and vision quest through autobiographical descriptions and research literature.
Publisher: ReVision Publishing (August 15, 2014)