Psyche’s Dream

A Dragon’s Tale

by R. J. Cole



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/27/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 160
ISBN : 9781663214935
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 160
ISBN : 9781663227270
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 160
ISBN : 9781663214942

About the Book

The story is of a young man’s coming of age and his discovery of his true nature and calling by taking on an ancient series of seemingly dangerous and impossible alchemical tasks like those confronted by the mythological Greek gods Psyche who wields the magic of intuition and love and Apollo the god of light and darkness, healing, and the slayer of dragons. He learns how to face demons that hide in the netherworld of his unconscious and masters the techniques to overcome them. Included in his training is a set of 12 ancient laws presented by a mysterious magus that leads him into the real magic of life. Here a young boy discovers that the greatest treasure of a person does not exist outside themselves but within. By the end of the story the reader too will know what magic is and how to open themselves to its wonders.

About the Author

RJ Cole is a certified Educational Psychologist, trained dream analyst, and author of four books on dreams and their meanings. He has over 35 years of working with thousands of people from all over the world who have shared their dreams through his blog: and website: 6/16/2021: R. J. Cole is a retired educational psychologist who worked with adjudicated youth in juvenile detention centers and children’s shelters throughout California, and with children diagnosed with severe emotional disturbance and autism, and their families. In Santa Clara County, California, during the 1980s through to the early 2000s, Cole established several day treatment classrooms on regular-education school campuses using the regular classroom and public-school campus environment as part of the children’s therapy with the goal of shifting their response to the reality of the school and social experience. This bucked the trend of the day, where emotionally disturbed students were taught in centers away from their normal peers. It was during this time that Cole started delving into the magical world of dreams and using students’ dreams as both a diagnostic and therapeutic tool to help enter the children’s realities, often with great success. Cole has written four books on the theme of dreams and their meanings and application plus several academic manuals on affective education, behavior management, and meditation. Cole currently lives in California with his wife, Fran, and continues to share and read the dreams of his family members and of the many thousands across the world who have sent him their dreams through his blogs and websites.