-San Francisco Chronicle
"ONE OF THE MOST ENLIGHTENING BOOKS OF THE YEAR."
-Kelley Bulkley, Ph.D, former president of the Association for the Study of Dreams
"From dealing with recurrent nightmares to discovering how dreams may connect us to the Divine, WHERE PEOPLE FLY AND WATER RUNS UPHILL is a life-changing and potentially world-changing work ... an unfoforrgettable journey into the knowable unknown."
-Richard Woods, O.P., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pastoral Studies, Loyola University
"MUCH MORE THAN ANOTHER 'DREAM BOOK'...A CREATIVE, HOPEFUL, CONSTRUCTIVE APPROACH TO LIFE."
-Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., author of The Mythic Path
"Jeremy Taylor has done it again! In The Living Labyrinth he continues his exploration of the mythic world, this time focusing on symbolism in waking life as well as in dreams. In so doing, Taylor identifies the universal themes that, at deep levels of the psyche, unite all humankind. This book is a beacon of home in a fragmented world filled with war and conflict. It deserves to be widely read, and its message needs to be pondered and applied."
-Kelly Bulkeley, Ph.D., former president, The Association for the Study of Dreams, author of An Introduction to the Psychology of Dreaming
"Jeremy Taylor is one of our greatest guides into the fascinating world of myths and dreams. This new book showcases the incredible breadth of Taylor's experience, the brilliance of his mind, and the warm sensitivity of his heart."
-The Dream Tree News
"Writing in his usual elegant and engaging style, Jeremy weaves a fascinating thread between dream symbolism, mythology and the power of archetypal energy....Roving the mythological gamut from the Great Mother to the Divine Child to vampires and aliens, Jeremy illustrates how folktales, symbols and metaphors are not just stories and images, but living patterns of consciousness...."
-Rich Veitch, Roaring Rick Press
"As a blue-collar dreamer, I got a lot out of the book. My understanding of dreams and psychology is pretty good, but since it is built on a lifetime of hands on experience rather than a post doctorate, there are big gaps in my education, and I found Living Labyrinth a gold mine of information and material that immeasurably fleshed out my sometimes incomplete grasp of the archetypes."