The Dream Book: Symbols for Self-Understanding

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NewCentury Publishers, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 192 pages
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We spend a third of our lives sleeping, After all, there has to be some part of our day when we stop talking and just listen.Dreams give us more than surrealistic landscapes and a cow or two descending from a cloud.They provide the knowledge and the tools we need to have happier, more fulfilling lives.Aside from Carl Jung, Betty Bethards couldn't find a dream master she felt comfortable with. But Jung hadn't supplied her with a glossary of dream symbols. So she channeled her own glossary, with the help of her guidance.That glossary became "The Dream Book: Symbols for Self Understanding" and today, it is the best selling book on dream analysis in existence.People will not go on a trip without it. And it has a permanent place on thousands of bedside tables throughout the world. In short, this is a very loved book.But more than that, it helps you keep to your life plan, showing you some of the choices you've made as being unwise and some as going in the right direction. Betty tells us all dreams are positive-so right away, you are ahead.

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Review: Dream Book: Symbols for Self-Understanding

User Review  - Lynne - Goodreads

There were some lovely insights and some useful information in this book, especially in the way in which the author presents a comprehensive guide to dream symbols. However, overall it was a bit too ... Read full review

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User Review  - Marina - Goodreads

Excellent guide, loved it! Read full review

About the author (2001)

Betty, who left us in 2002, was a renowned mystic who not only shared her gifts, but lived by them. She was an author, lecturer, teacher, and someone known as the "Common Sense Guru."Her teachings came with one proviso; That people would regard her merely as a teacher and not a crutch, and that they would take her teachings and run with them. Her mission was that everyone be their own guru.

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