The dreamer's workbook: a complete guide to interpreting and understanding dreams

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Sterling Pub. Co., Jan 1, 1989 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 240 pages
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Gain a better understanding of your conscious existence by learning to read the messages that come to you in your sleep. A series of exercises takes you through the stages of remembering, recording, interpreting, and even influencing your dreams, and a comprehensive A-Z dictionary explains the meanings of hundreds images. All types of dream are discussed, including those that are precognitive, healing, archetypical, messages, and nightmares. Entries from actual dream diaries explore the hidden meanings of the various dream-forms. 240 pages, 8 1/4 x 11.

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This is part of my dream interpretation library. I love interpreting dreams. Although the section on dream symbols is negligible, after reading a couple chapters, you'll have an effective method for training yourself to have lucid dreams as frequently as you want. Fun! Read full review

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Dee was a respected dream psychologist.

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