Nancy J. Myers is drawn to spiritual experience but always keeps at least one foot in the material world. She lives with her husband, Victor, in a house in the woods in southwest Michigan, USA, where she retired in 2012 after a career as an international teacher and writer/editor for the nuclear disarmament and environmental movements. Most recently she was communications director of the Science and Environmental Health Network, where she helped developed policy around the precautionary principle and guardianship of future generations, as described in her book, The Dream Matrix.
Her blog, the practical mystic, covers the gamut of her daily experience as a writer and editor for great causes; grandmother; world traveler; Midwestern Mennonite; and lover of books, other cultures and languages, nature, and God.
Nancy J. Myers takes us on her journey of discovery into the deep, rich world of communal dreaming. The two women in the story Nancy tells find and forge a spirituality that is their own as individuals but becomes shared in their friendship as they tell their dreams, then grows far beyond that to become a gift to their communities.